• Rock Against Racism rebel music

    Rock Against Racism rebel music

    30.04.78 Victoria Park, Hackney, London. The Clash, Tom Robinson Band, X-Ray Spex, Steel Pulse, Patrik Fitzgerald. The first Rock against Racism Carnival in glorious dayglo.  The Nazis? No Freedom, N…
  •  Jam Down In The Tube Station At

    Jam Down In The Tube Station At

    Sleeveprint: Weller Foxton & Buckler 1978 The Jam played their last live performance on 11 December 1982. Three decades on their explosive mix of Weller's lyrics wth Foxton and Buckler driving th…
  • Clash English Civil War

    Clash English Civil War

    Inspired by the original Give 'Em Enough Rope album cover artwork, our unique design features the song 'English Civil War' - a dystopian view of England more relevant than ever with the resurgence of …
  • Jam All Mod Cons

    Jam All Mod Cons

     All Mod Cons, The Jam's third album, released in November '78, is widely regarded by most fans as their very best. With the stand-out tracks, Down in the Tube Station at Midnight, 'A' Bomb in Ward…
  • Clash Tommy Gun

    Clash Tommy Gun

    November '78. The Clash release their second album, Give 'Em Enough Rope. For those who heard it back then and can stil hum the tune to 'Tommy Gun’ it seems just like yesterday, and we have the st…
  • Clash 1977

    Clash 1977

    In April 1977 The Clash released their debut album, with Strummer, Jones, Simonon and Chimes kick-starting the punk'n'politics mix that in a short time they turned into Revolution Rock, to become for …
  • We Shall Overcome 2018

    We Shall Overcome 2018

    10% OF EACH SALE DONATED TO WE SHALL OVERCOME  Our fourth annual We Shall Overcome T-shirt for this excellent initiative, raising thousands of pounds for local food banks, homelessness and anti…
  •  Billy Bragg Revolution

    Billy Bragg Revolution

    "The Revolution is just a T-shirt away" Billy Bragg

    Sleeve print: Life's Still a Riot 1983-2008 Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the release of Billy's debut album, Life's a Riot with Spy vs Spy. Featuring the line from ' Waitinf for the Great L…
  • Clash Garageland

    Clash Garageland

    "I don't want to hear about what the rich are doing, I don't want to go to where, where the rich are going." Strummer's words match our sentiments exactly. Imagine the type of people you would meet…
  •  Jam Eton Rifles

    Jam Eton Rifles

    "Thought you were clever when you lit the fuse, Tore down the House of Commons in your brand new shoes." The Jam

    Sleeveprint: Buckler, Foxton & Weller  The Jam played their last live performance on 11 December 1982. Three decades on their explosive mix of Weller's lyrics wth Foxton and Buckler driving the rh…
  • Clash Play Loud

    Clash Play Loud

    Janie Jones, White Riot, Remote Control, London's Burning, Career Opportunities, and plenty more too. Few lasted much more than two minutes. All became instant anthemic classics. Our design provides b…
  •  Fairytale Of New York

    Fairytale Of New York

    "And the boys from the NYPD Choir were singing Galway Bay and the bells were ringing out for Christmas Day." Macgowan. MacColl, Finer, Trench. 25.12.1987

    Christmas 1987. The Pogues, with guest vocalist the sublime Kirsty MacColl release surely the definitive alternative Christmas anthem Fairytale of New York In NYPD navy blue, with the authors of th…
  • Pistols EMI Anarchy in the UK

    Pistols EMI Anarchy in the UK

    26 November 1976 - The Sex Pistols' debut single Anarchy in the UK is released on EMI. Less than two months later EMI drop the Pistols after their infamous swearing while being interviewed by Bill …
  • Bob Dylan A-Changin

    Bob Dylan A-Changin

    Arguably Dylan's greatest of greatest hits. His '64 song was destined to become an anthem of the 1960's youth revolt for civil rights against war. The times didn't change as much as Dylan and the r…
  •  Dmitri Shostakovich

    Dmitri Shostakovich

    "The opening bars of the ballet Football, Second Movement of Opus 66" Dmitri Shostakovich

    A classic player, Shostakovich composed himself before recording a masterpiece of a move in front of his adoring fans. Unisex size small (36 inch chest/90 cms)  Available as listed in drop-down m…
  •  Edward Elgar

    Edward Elgar

    "We banged the leather for goal! " With original music written in Elgar's hand

    Best known for his Land of Hope and Glory Elgar's beloved Wolves have enjoyed less of the latter in recent years. But when Elgar was a fan in the late 1890's they had just enjoyed their first FA Cup w…
  •  Woody Guthrie

    Woody Guthrie

    "Work more and better, work by a schedule, wash teeth if any, shave, take bath, eat good fruit.vegetables/milk, drink very scant if any, write a song a day, wear clean clothes, look good, shine shoes, change socks, change bedclothes often, read lots good books, listen to radio a lot, learn people better, keep rancho clean, don't get lonesome, stay glad, keep hoping machine running, dream good, bank all extra money, save dough, have company but don't waste time, send Mary and kids money, play and sing good, dance better, help win war, beat fascism." Woody Guthrie

    For Christmas 1941 at the height of World War Two Woody Guthrie composed a collection of New Year resolutions, or 'rulins' as he called them. Poetic in composition, richly personal, passionate in thei…
  • 1915 Matilda

    1915 Matilda

    "How well I remember that terrible day How the blood stained the sand and the water And how in that hell that they called Suvla Bay We were butchered like lambs at the slaughter Johnny Turk he was ready, he primed himself well He chased us with bullets, he rained us with shells And in five minutes flat he'd blown us all to hell Nearly blew us right back to Australia But the band played Waltzing Matilda As we stopped to bury our slain We buried ours and the Turks buried theirs Then we started all over again."

    And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda was originally written and recorded by Eric Bogle before being later famously covered by The Pogues. The shirt is strictly unofficial. Unisex sizes small (36inc…
  • Pistols Flowers in the Dustbin

    Pistols Flowers in the Dustbin

    Perhaps the Pistols' most infamous release, coinciding with the '77 Royal Silver Jubilee, was God Save the Queen. Inspired by the most poignant line in the song, 'We're the Flowers in the Dustbin', a…
  • Pistols Holiday in the Sun

    Pistols Holiday in the Sun

    The fourth and final Sex Pistols single, Holidays in the Sun, by the original line up (Sid having replaced Matlock) sums up with wry observation what at the time was the New World Order, but now is d…
  • Police and Thieves (Clash mix))

    Police and Thieves (Clash mix))

    The Clash are best known as one of the pioneers of punk. But right from the start they showed a huge interest in different musical forms. Their cover of reggae hit 'Police and Thieves' was one of the …
  • Police and Thieves (Original mix)

    Police and Thieves (Original mix)

    The Clash are best known as one of the pioneers of punk. But right from the start they showed a huge interest in different musical forms. Their cover of reggae hit 'Police and Thieves' was one of the …
  • Clash Bored With the USA

    Clash Bored With the USA

    In 1977 the Clash were singing that they were so bored with the USA. So quite what they would have made lyrically and graphically of Trump goodness only knows! In truth The Clash loved the culture of …
  • We Shall Overcome 2016

    We Shall Overcome 2016

    The first We Shall Overcome weekend in 2015 numbered 250 gigs in 123 villages, towns and cities raising over £125,000 in cash, food, clothes and bedding for those hit the hardest by austerity. Philos…