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Sex Pistols’ Matlock to give noisy songs soft treatment

Glen Matlock was the original bass player for the Sex Pistols. The singer/songwriter left the band in 1977. He will play a double bill with Sylvain Sylvain as part of his Acoustic Anarchy Tour at The Linda on Friday. (photo: Roger Sargeant)
Glen Matlock was the original bass player for the Sex Pistols. The singer/songwriter left the band in 1977. He will play a double bill with Sylvain Sylvain as part of his Acoustic Anarchy Tour at The Linda on Friday. (photo: Roger Sargeant)
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Glen Matlock is known for some pretty abrasive music — from his ongoing solo work, to bands such as the Rich Kids, The Philistines and, of course, the seminal English punk band that started his career and the careers of many punks the world over — the Sex Pistols. The singer and songwriter, who played bass with the Sex Pistols from its founding in 1975 until he left the group in early 1977, plus all ...


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