Post-punk

then and now by Gavin Butt

Written in English
Published: Pages: 301 Downloads: 638
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Subjects:

  • Punk culture,
  • Post-punk music,
  • Punk culture and art,
  • History and criticism,
  • Counterculture,
  • History

About the Edition

Focusing on the production of post-punk art, film, music, and publishing, this book offers new perspectives on an overlooked period of cultural activity, and probes the lessons that might be learnt from history for artists and musicians working under 21st century conditions of austerity. Includes contemporary reflections by those who shaped avant-garde and contestatory culture in the 1970s and 1980s, alongside contributions by contemporary artists and scholars. Focusing on the UK, US, Brazil and Poland, the book provides critical perspectives on post-punk then and its relation to the aesthetics and politics of cultural production today.

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Gavin Butt, Kodwo Eshun and Mark Fisher
The Physical Object
Pagination301 pages
Number of Pages301
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27221504M
ISBN 101910924261
ISBN 109781910924266
OCLC/WorldCa936532687

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Rip It Up and Start Again is the first book-length exploration of the wildly adventurous music created in the years after punk. Post-punk book Renowned music journalist Simon Reynolds celebrates the futurist spirit of such bands as Joy Division, Gang of Four, Talking Heads, and Devo, which resulted in endless innovations in music, lyrics, performance, and style and continued into the early eighties with the Cited by: A new officially sanctioned Joy Post-punk book book is on the way.

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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Music Best Sellers. An exhaustive, day-by-day diary-like study of modern music, "Post Punk Diary" details every day of Punk's existence in the early s with the minutiae of musical history, graphics, and photographs.

"It's a top-notch fan book""Rolling Stone".5/5(2). Punk & Post-Punk is a peer-reviewed academic journal aimed at the international communities engaged with punk and post-punk subcultures. It explores the music, fashion, politics and culture of punk that were established during the mid-to-late s and developed through the ensuing years and decades.

"Vague" began, as it happened, a few months after "England's Dreaming" left off: in the post-punk diaspora of late Turning nineteen years old in sunny Salisbury, Tom Vague began by featuring local punk bands as well as all the major acts that passed through or nearby - the Banshees, the Cure, the Post-punk book, Joy Division, Red Krayola, the Gang of Four, Clash, Adam and the Ants.

The first half of the book explains the lofty intellectual and musical ideals the drove bands such as Public Image Ltd., Pere Ubu, Joy Division, Gang of Four, and the Pop Group, while the more fractured second half explains how this post-punk movement spawned goth, neo-psychedelia, synth pop, 2-tone, the new romantic scene, and Post-punk book the New /5.

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combines a close reading of the lates music press discourse with musical analyses and theories of identity to unpack post-punk’s status as a genre. Mimi Haddon traces the discursive foundations of post-punk across publications such as Sounds, ZigZag, Melody Maker, the Village Voice, and the NME, and presents case studies of bands including Wire, PiL, Joy Division, the Author: Mimi Haddon.

This is a repress of a previously released book by British writer Simon Reynolds, perhaps best known for Rip It Up and Start Again, the definitive book on the post-punk Post-punk book.

Totally Wired is a companion-piece to that book, collecting interviews Reynolds conducted with many of the artists featured in Rip It Up, with a few overviews of post-punk sub-genres tacked on to the by: 8.

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What Is Post-Punk. combines a close reading of the lates music press discourse with musical analyses and theories of identity to unpack post-punk’s status as a genre.

Mimi Haddon traces the discursive foundations of post-punk across publications such as Sounds, ZigZag, Melody Maker, the Village Voice, and the NME, and presents case.

Not all post-punk theories and ideas emanated from academia, though. Well read, self-educated, and driven by the desire to innovate, Ian Curtis of Author: Iain Ellis. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Harley Loco: A Memoir of Hard Living, Hair, and Post-Punk, from the Middle East to the Lower East Side by Rayya Elias at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

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comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Post-punk is a term that most immediately relates to a period of cultural production that ran from the late s to the mid s. A difficult term to pin down in the categorising stakes, ‘post-punk’ most specifically recalls a musical genre typified by agitated and spiky sounds.

While this can be attributed to innumerable bands (Magazine, The Fall, Gang of Four) it is the hollow and. Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpunk – is a book by Simon Reynolds on the post-punk musical genre and era.

It was first released in the UK in April by Faber & Faber. The US edition was published by Penguin Books and released in February It is a shorter version, with several chapters either removed or condensed, and without the large number of illustrations in the UK edition.

Post-punk (originally "new musick") is a broad type of rock music that emerged from the punk movement of the s, in which artists departed from the traditional garage rock template of punk to pursue a variety of radical sensibilities.

Emboldened by punk's energy but determined to break from rock cliché and subvert conventions, post-punk artists experimented with sources such as electronic. Honey, I was born with one" / Lydia Lunch interviewed by Dominic Johnson --Being in a band: art-school experiment and the post-punk commons / a lecture by Gavin Butt --"On the one hand the state is funding you and enabling your existence, on the other hand, your whole shtick is to rebel against it": post-punk and Poland / a talk by Agata.

This weeks genre is post punk. With its roots in the mid to late s, post-punk emerged alongside the initial Punk Rock explosion in the United Kingdom. While retaining punk rock's focus on trimming away excess, post-punk tends to place more importance on creating atmosphere and usually has more complex songwriting than punk rock.

Most of the essential bands have been name-checked already. Wire, Gang of Four, PiL, Sonic Youth, Joy Division, Minutemen, and so on. I want to highlight two and add a third.

Pere Ubu invented post-punk when punk was still in its infancy. They sta.The post-punk bands took on the youthful energy of revolt and disregarded of most other musical influence of the punk rock bands.

The do-it-yourself ideal was also much more strongly embraced by the post-punk bands than by the early punk rock bands, that. Tom Kavanagh's book, 'ECC. Photographs From Offset Festival ,' is a photo documentary of the ECC Stage and Offset Festival that captures some visuals of the DIY post-punk movement.

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