I can’t believe it’s been 10 years since I performed a full Crass set at The Last Supper Tour. Here are some photos from when we were in Europe in October 2010.
I’m absolutely gutted to have to tell you that Dave King, who designed the Crass symbol in 1977, has died. He was a bloody good mate and I’ll miss him.
My thoughts and arms reach out to Dionne, his soulmate of many years. But we can all take comfort in the knowledge that a part of Dave is emblazoned on people’s bodies all over the world.
See you later Dave. You’ll never be forgotten. Here’s to you mate.
Steve, 19th October 2019
(Image by Dod Morrison)
This is an interview I did with Punk 77 just before the Feeding gigs at Shepherds Bush in 2007.
Very excited to announce our special guests at:
The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds on 3rd April 2020
1) Interrobang? – http://interrobangband.co.uk/
2) Paul Carbuncle – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwPTvSB935I
The Newcastle Uni, Newcastle on 4th April 2020
1) In Evil Hour – https://www.facebook.com/InEvilHour/
Predators – https://youtu.be/e_o6Skv8CAU
2) GGALLAN Partridge – https://www.facebook.com/geegeeallan/
Ticket link for the shows: https://www.seetickets.com/tour/the-ignorant-tour
Sid and Zillah (Rubella Ballet) Film Steve’s in his bedroom at Dial HouseCrass HQ in 1997 talks about how he started Crass with Penny, touring and releasing records with Crass. Other music projects, Punch & Judy etc. Everything un-cut just as it happened 20 years ago. (Very Funny) This is the director Un-Cut version never before seen in full length.
The IGNORANT TOUR is happening, already planning & rehearsing. I’ll be performing CRASS songs with Jay Bagnall (drummer), Carol Hodge (vocals & keys), Pete Rawlinson (bass guitar) and Pete Wilson (lead guitar).
Tickets are selling fast. London is nearly sold out.
TICKET LINKS for THE IGNORANT TOUR
Scotland Calling https://www.seetickets.com/…/sco…/o2-academy-glasgow/1404352
First ever Crass gig at Huntley street, London. We only just started before they pulled the plug.
To celebrate the fact that One Little Indian are now distributing the Crass Catalogue on behalf of Crass Records, they handed out free Crass Stencils. Here are just a few photos of the results. What did you do with your stencil?
One Little Indian Records is now distributing the Crass Catalogue on behalf of Crass Records.
The albums have been remastered by Alex Gordon and Penny Rimbaud at Abbey Road Studios as close as possible to the sound of the original release “as it was in the beginning”
Review by The Arts Desk: https://www.theartsdesk.com/new-music/reissue-cds-weekly-crass