On this episode, I take a closer look at the final years of one of the best rock band of all time, the Clash. While some fans and critics dismiss them, a new book called We Are the Clash: The Last Stand of The Only Band That Mattered is in progress that aims the right some wrongs. Co-author and Washington D.C. social activist Mark Andersen, who by the way, introduced Fugazi at their first ever show at the Wilson Center in 1987, joins me to discuss the Clash and the kickstarter campaign to get the book going. Also, Montreal turntablist Kid Koala is at the Luminato Festival in Toronto this week with a special version of his Space Cadet show, bringing his graphic novel to live in a really unique way.
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