All things tagged as: Post Punk


Gig: The Monochrome Set

The Monochrome Set are an English post-punk band originally formed in 1978 from the remnants of a college group called The B-Sides (whose members had included Stuart Goddard, later known as Adam Ant).[1][2] The band is notable for its witty lyrics, the laconic delivery of lead

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Gig: Killing Joke

Killing Joke are an English post-punk group which formed in October 1978 in Notting Hill, London, England. Founding members Jaz Coleman (vocals, keyboards) and Geordie Walker (guitars) have been the only constant members.

A key influence on industrial rock, their early music was described by critics Stephen Thomas ... Read on


Review: Zun Zun Egui

Manchester is ablaze with nostalgia, and as usual is having trouble letting go of it’s past and moving forward (although if the future is WU LYF then I can hardly blame them really). I am, of course, referring to that big reunion event that everyone’s talking about. It seems ... Read on

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Gig: Kong

SEE TICKETS: 0870 264 3333 /

And over the counter at Piccadilly Records, Oldham St.

“If you like Shellac

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Gig: Underground Railroad

Formed five years ago in Paris, Underground Railroad released their debut album ‘Twisted Trees’ on One Little Indian in the summer of 2007 – a ferocious squall of a record crystallising the band’s love for post-punk and New York’s No Wave scene, it won them a passionate following through its ... Read on


Gig: Wild Palms

Wild Palms are:

Darrell Hawkins (guitar)
Lou Hill (vocals & other stuff)
Gareth Jones (bass)
James Parish (drums)

from Southgate/Chatham, UK.

In existence little over a year, the London quartet’s striking debut single ‘Over Time’, and a run of dates with Good Shoes at the end ... Read on


Gig: Chapel Club

Chapel Club is a London, UK post-punk / shoegaze quintet: Lewis Bowman (vocals), Michael Hibbert (guitar & keyboards), Alex Parry (guitar), Liam Arklie (bass guitar) & Rich Mitchell (drums). Formed in the church of St Luke Old Street’s shadow (summer 2006), where – twice or thrice weekly – after nearby ... Read on

Gig: The Red Jumpsuit Aparatus

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is an American rock band that formed in Middleburg, Florida.

The band was started by childhood friends Ronnie Winter, Thomas Amason, and Duke Kitchens in an AP music theory class which they shared in 2003. After members from Thomas, Duke and Ronnie’s other bands joined them, the ... Read on