Always Different, Always the Same

Always Different, Always the Same Critical Essays on The Fall EDITED BY EOIN DEVEREUX AND MARTIN J. POWER – FOREWORD BY GAVIN FRIDAY With many incarnations, The Fall (1976-2018) were one of the most influential bands to emerge in the British Post-Punk Scene. Their unique sound and distinct iconography have had a lasting impact on music fans and…

Surreal Noir: 14 Sep 22

Tonight’s episode was inspired by seeing Loving Highsmith, so I chose to read at random from Patricia Highsmith’s diaries and journals. Her cahiers (as she always called them) came in two flavours: daily recaps of what she had done and where she had gone and how she felt about it all, and in the more…

Surreal Noir 22 Sep 21

The Equinox brings the monthly return of SURREAL NOIR at NoBounds Radio. This episode brings together another unlikely pair: Alice Rahon and Patricia Highsmith. This episode may sound a little different: cobbled together from the phone and recordings made in hasty moments when I could find a little quiet here at my dad’s. Not easy…

Surreal Noir debuts Monday!

MONDAY! MONDAY! YES, THIS MONDAY! My new radio show debuts Monday! I’m so excited. WHEN: 1800 BST/1300 EDT (also archived after if you can’t slope off work) WHERE: No Bounds Radio WHAT: A program that mixes surreal art, noir fiction and experimental music AKA what’s playing inside my head. Very much a work in progress!…

More #bandcampfriday recs

Put more money in the pockets of creators! Put great sounds in your ears and regain the will to live! Trust me, this round of recs has something for everyone — from power pop that hits you between the eyes to meditative sounds of ethereal longing. Also there are huge back catalogue releases from both…

Bandcamp Friday!

I always have a ton of recommendations for you to buy, so click here and explore. Or see some reviews over at Punk Noir Magazine. You know I won’t lead you astray! Music for every taste. Musicians are struggling with the lockdown — all artists are. Instead of helping out corporations who should be contributing…

Bandcamp Friday Recs

Mountains by Alan Dunn/eleni poulou Alan Dunn (TAPE BRITAIN, tenantspin, FOUR WORDS) and eleni poulou (Honey-Suckle Company, Nohe Noshe, The Fall) present their second collaboration Mountains after their first, Bestow, meandered between Berlin streets and readings from Red or Dead recorded in Lochearnhead. Mountains was originally produced as an edition of only 5 x 12” single-sided…