‘Utterly radical, subversive and alien’: the untold story of Irish post-punk Get the Album Read the article on The Independent

Original Article The Irish Examiner LIKE so many good things in life, it started as a happy accident. Dublin composer and visual artist Stano was working in his studio with harmonica player Brian Palm when Palm began to tell an anecdote. Stano asked if he could record the story and…

Read More

Volume 2 of Dan Hegarty’s ‘Buried Treasure’ has just hit the shelves, check out his piece on ‘Blind Sound’.

Read More
Oct 11, 2012
Wreckage Reviews

ALTERNATIVE+PRESS of October ’94 By Dave Segal The Western world is lousy with bands meshing industrial guitar damage with dance beats. Maybe five percent are worth the aluminium on which they’re pressed. In this genre, lreland has produced Therapy? but by their third album they’ve drastically blanded out and…

Read More

The revolutionary Threats’ synths-player was always challenging in the creatively-loaded, dangerous early 1980s by Michael Mary Murphy   Stano, punk, polyglot   Brief Background Stano’s first musical expressions exploded in the embryonic mayhem of Dublin’s punk movement. No other musician from that era has produced the range, quality and…

Read More