Bastille Day Anarchy in the UK
All about Punk now, a visual account of the chaos we're heading to, the soundtrack of revolt, the art of discontent.
I live in North London, somewhere beyond the North Circular, on a large main road, where nothing ever happens.
I come from a Western suburb of Paris where I lived on a large main road where nothing ever happened.
I have been into Punk since 1978 and living in London for over three decades.
I published a best-selling fanzine called Open Up And Bleed from 1998 to 2000. It was included in the Thames & Hudson anthology Fanzines published in 2010. I co-edited two Sniffin' Glue issues with Mark P. and collaborated to live recordings, books, CD booklets and compilations.
I've had a song of love and scorn named after me by Menace, Suburban Queen.
I went through a devastating breakdown around that time which nearly killed me, thanks to some false prophets of punk. It put a stop to all activities in relation to Punk. I lost everything. I'm glad to say that years after the police was called and I have started to take action against those who deserve to be called criminals. And I shall not stop.
Concluding that Facebook is no place for any kind of interesting and meaningful exchange, I have decided to create this website on 14th July 2017 'cause I believe Punk is an ongoing revolution, unlike any other youth movements.
I went live on 18th July but I shan't have a Facebook account. Instead, you can share my home page on yours and send me your thoughts by email, see Contact
The Suburban Queen
Bauhaus students, Germany, 1929