Simon Critchley reflects on Punk and Nihilism

From an interview with 3:AM Magazine
Simon Critchley
'Punk was the watershed, what took place before seems remote. It’s difficult to relate to progressive rock of the early Seventies, whereas it’s easy to relate to The Clash or whatever. That’s strange, a cultural shift took place and we’re still there on some level.'

3:AM Magazine has interviewed British philosopher Simon Critchley, who shares his thoughts on underground literature, punk, and nihilist philosophy: you can read it here.