Tag: John Robb

MARK STEWART – Song For Ewe

“”The Crackdown” by Cabaret Voltaire reminds me a lot of Sayak Valencia’s “Gore Capitalism”, especially how Mallinder describes this state brutality as a “tool of necroempowerment” with the destruction of the body as a kind of capital accumulation.”

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CAN “THE SINGLES” REVIEW – HOLGER CZUKAY RIP

“With the help of legendary TV producer and magazine collector/curator James Hyman, we came up with the madcap plan of filming the already veteran Holger frantically doing links to videos above the car noise on a tiny traffic island in the middle of Hawley Crescent while being mildly bibbed and heckled. It kind of worked!”

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GREG KEEFFE of biG fLAME – Song For Ewe

“In the early 80s I squatted in derelict social housing project in Manchester called Hulme – I lived in this Crescent- shaped modernist block, which was basically empty except for a few punks/weirdos and some Dreads…. Every sunny evening the Dreads would put the speakers on the balcony and blast Jah Rastafari across the bleak post-industrial collapsoscape.”

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