Ever since their late-'80s beginnings in the Washington, D.C., hardcore punk scene, Fugazi have been celebrated for their uncompromising approach to music.
Political disaffection is baked into Fugazi's very name.
'The Argument' came after Fugazi's most important work, but it stands up as one of their best records.
Fugazi's second record, 'Steady Diet of Nothing,' was released in July 1991.
Ian MacKaye and Steve Albini had a conversation for the Kreative Kontrol podcast, which delves into the two hardcore icons’ memories in the punk scene.
For the first handful of years of their musical career, Fugazi spent relatively little time making albums.
About 50 customers at a Los Angeles record store were treated to a surprise performance by recently reunited Swedish hardcore punk band Refused.
Fugazi frontman Ian MacKaye's Dischord Records is one of the most important in indie history and it's still going strong.
Ahead of its Nov. 18 release on Dischord Records, Fugazi are streaming their ‘First Demo.'
Fugazi originally handed out free cassette copies of their 'First Demo' at shows in the late '80s -- and now they've done the 21st century version of that with one of the songs on the upcoming reissue.