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40 years after it first emerged from the New York underground scene, the Punk movement continues to excite and inspire. "Professor of Punk" Vivien Goldman has brought together Geoff Travis, Daniel Miller, Charles Shaar Murray and Toby Mott to discover a less well-known side of the movement, the stories of the many Jews among its key players and innovators.

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40 years after it first emerged from the New York underground scene, the Punk movement continues to excite and inspire. "Professor of Punk" Vivien Goldman has brought together Geoff Travis, Daniel Miller, Charles Shaar Murray and Toby Mott to discover a less well-known side of the movement, the stories of the many Jews among its key players and innovators.

Saturday, 1 March 2014

40 years after it first emerged from the New York underground scene, the Punk movement continues to excite and inspire. "Professor of Punk" Vivien Goldman has brought together Geoff Travis, Daniel Miller, Charles Shaar Murray and Toby Mott to discover a less well-known side of the movement, the stories of the many Jews among its key players and innovators.

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