Shane MacGowan Announces First Ever Art Book, ‘The Eternal Buzz And The Crock Of Gold’

Musician, artist, frontman, creator and punk icon Shane MacGowan announces his first ever art folio book The Eternal Buzz and The Crock of Gold, published by Rain Street and Infinitum Nihil and due for release in April 2022. The limited edition book cracks open the door to a treasure trove of Shane’s sketches, paintings, self-portraits, wild impressionistic compositions and playful character studies, set alongside handwritten lyrics, stories, photographs and abstract snippets dating back to Shane’s childhood and journeying through six decades of punk and Irish revelry. 

Savages’ Jehnny Beth Reveals Video For ‘Flower’, Announces Release Of Book ‘Crimes Against Love Manifesto’ (C.A.L.M)

Songwriter, singer, and multi-disciplinary artist Jehnny Beth has released a brilliant video for her new song, ‘Flower’, today. The video, which was helmed by acclaimed director Anthony Byrne (Peaky Blinders), is Jehnny Beth’s second cinematic collaboration with Byrne; the first was the video for ‘I’m The Man’, which was lauded by the New York Times for its “bravado and tenderness.”

‘Tales Of Aggro’ By Matteo Sedazzari Gives A Voice To The Unheard Denizens Of Shepherds Bush

We last spoke to Matteo Sedazzari back in 2016, about his book, ‘A Crafty Cigarette’, a fictionalised account of growing up Mod in Surrey. Now he’s back with ‘Tales Of Aggro’, a collection of short stories about “The Magnificent Six”, a group of friends who live in the Shepherds Bush area of London. We took the chance to ask Matteo about the book, its inspiration, and what’s next.

New Book ‘Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett To The Dark Side Of The Moon” By Bill Kopp To Be Released February 15, 2018!

Available February 15, 2017 from Rowman & Littlefield Publishing is Bill Kopp’s new book ‘Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett to the Dark Side of the Moon.’ In celebration of the 45th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon, Bill Kopp explores ingenuity with which Pink Floyd rebranded themselves following the 1968 departure of Syd Barrett. Not only did the band survive Barrett’s departure, but it went on to release landmark albums that continue to influence generations of musicians and fans.