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RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX355O2
April 11, 2017
Punk community members dance during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March...
Bandung, Indonesia
Punk community members dance during punk music festival in Bandung
Punk community members dance during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FX
April 11, 2017
A punk community member enjoys a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March...
Bandung, Indonesia
A punk community member enjoys a punk music festival in Bandung
A punk community member enjoys a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FM
April 11, 2017
Punk community members mosh during punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March...
Bandung, Indonesia
Punk community members mosh during punk music festival in Bandung
Punk community members mosh during punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FL
April 11, 2017
Punk community members seen during punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March...
Bandung, Indonesia
Punk community members seen during punk music festival in Bandung
Punk community members seen during punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FG
April 11, 2017
A punk community member sings during punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March...
Bandung, Indonesia
A punk community member sings during punk music festival in Bandung
A punk community member sings during punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FF
April 11, 2017
Punk community members dance during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province,...
Bandung, Indonesia
Punk community members dance during punk music festival in Bandung
Punk community members dance during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FE
April 11, 2017
A punk muslim vocalist sings with the crowd during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java...
Bandung, Indonesia
A punk muslim vocalist sings with the crowd during a punk music festival in Bandung
A punk muslim vocalist sings with the crowd during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
RELIGION-INDONESIA/BAND
RTX352FC
April 11, 2017
Punk community members dance during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March...
Bandung, Indonesia
Punk community members dance during punk music festival in Bandung
Punk community members dance during a punk music festival in Bandung, Indonesia West Java province, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Beawiharta
USA-SXSW/
RTX31EXZ
March 17, 2017
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
Austin, UNITED STATES
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SXSW/
RTX31EXX
March 17, 2017
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
Austin, UNITED STATES
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SXSW/
RTX31EXW
March 17, 2017
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
Austin, UNITED STATES
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SXSW/
RTX31EXV
March 17, 2017
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
Austin, UNITED STATES
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest...
The Japanese punk rock garage quartet Otoboke Beaver perform at Maggie Mae's at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SXSW/
RTX312AD
March 15, 2017
The Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla at the South by Southwest (SXSW)...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla, SXSW 2017, in Austin
The Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SXSW/
RTX312AC
March 15, 2017
The Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla at the South by Southwest (SXSW)...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla, SXSW 2017, in Austin
The Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SXSW/
RTX312A3
March 15, 2017
The Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla at the South by Southwest (SXSW)...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla, at SXSW 2017, in Austin
The Japanese action comic punk band Peelander-Z performs at the Valhalla at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Film Interactive Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTGJL
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTGJK
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG0N
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River...
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, speaks at an event tr which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG0D
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River...
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, speaks at an event tr which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG03
November 26, 2016
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son...
London, United Kingdom
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, was burnt...
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZQ
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZE
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZD
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFXS
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWR
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWI
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWH
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWF
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFVO
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre (L), the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre addresses the media before burning a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River...
Joe Corre (L), the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, addresses the media before burning a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFVD
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre waits to be burnt on a boat on the River Thames,...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, waits to be burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFUY
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFUV
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IX
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, is photographed as he speaks at a press conference...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, is photographed as he speaks at a press conference...
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, is photographed as he speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IW
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IV
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IT
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IS
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IR
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IQ
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IP
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
GERMANY-BERLIN/NIGHTLIFE
RTSOEYZ
September 19, 2016
People dance at the "Roller Skate Disko" at the club SO36 in Berlin, Germany, September 5, 2016. SO36,...
Berlin, Germany
The Wider Image: Berlin: the party goes on
People dance at the "Roller Skate Disko" at the club SO36 in Berlin, Germany, September 5, 2016. SO36, which is located in Berlin's Kreuzberg district, made its name as a punk venue, and now hosts a variety of music and events. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke SEARCH ÒBERLIN NIGHTLIFEÒ FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-LEISURE/BAR
RTX2CLGD
May 03, 2016
Owner Li Chi (C) poses with his staff on the stage of Mao Live House after its last public concert night...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
Owner Li Chi (C) poses with his staff on the stage of Mao Live House after its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CHINA-LEISURE/BAR
RTX2CLGB
May 03, 2016
The logo of Mao Live House is seen on a bar during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing,...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
The logo of Mao Live House is seen on a bar during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CHINA-LEISURE/BAR
RTX2CLG8
May 03, 2016
Visitors take pictures of themselves at Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
Visitors take pictures of themselves at Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
Staff members and some visitors remain at Mao Live House after the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
Fans enjoy the band called Suffocated performing on the stage of Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
A girl shows her tattoos that she said reads "The God" in Tibetan, at Mao Live House during its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
Lai Jinrong, a guitarist with the heavy metal band Logic Out of Control (C, holding poster) poses with staff of Mao Live House after the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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Owner Li Chi chats with his staff and remaining visitors at Mao Live House after its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
A girl uses her phone at Mao Live House during its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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A member of staff wears a t-shirt with the logo of Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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Mega Souls perform on the stage of Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The Wider Image: Last night at Beijing's Mao Live House
Fans enjoy the band called Mega Souls performing on the stage of Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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Yuanlei Liao, the singer of hardcore band called Thank Ray, performs on the stage of Mao Live House during...
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Yuanlei Liao, the singer of hardcore band called Thank Ray, performs on the stage of Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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Drinks are made at the bar of Mao Live House during its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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A man sleeps among music instruments at Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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A girl uses her phone at Mao Live House during its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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A girl uses her phone at Mao Live House during its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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People gather outside Mao Live House during its last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 23, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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Fans enjoy the band called Suffocated performing on the stage of Mao Live House during the club's last public concert night in central Beijing, China April 24, 2016. Mao Live House, a prominent live rock music venue in Beijing, shut its doors on the weekend, the latest closure to hit China's rock music scene. Owner Li Chi said the club, popular among fans of punk, metal and alternative rock since it opened nine years ago, was forced to close due to tighter rules on live performances. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "MAO LIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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