• ON/OFF: MARK STEWART - Pop Group to Maffia

    16 Mar 2009, 13:50 by miss-boner

    THE EAST END FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE PREMIERE OF

    ON/OFF: MARK STEWART

    POP GROUP TO MAFFIA

    Dir. Toni Schifer 2009

    Date 28/04/09

    Location: Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End road, E1 4UJ, 19h

    Party feat. DJs Adrian Sherwood, Toni Schifer & Russell Haswell: The Rhythm Factory at 16-18, Whitechapel Road, E1 1EW, 22h



    The East End Film Festival is proud to announce the premiere of "ON/OFF: Mark Stewart - Pop Group to Maffia" Directed by Toni Schifer, (Crippled Dick Hot Wax!, Monitor Pop), this documentary gives us a unique insight into one of the most innovative and inspirational artists of the last thirty years. Exclusive interviews and footage of Mark travelling and performing as well as interviews with those who have worked with him, (inc. Adrian Sherwood, Keith Leblanc, Daniel Miller), and those who have been inspired by him, (inc. Nick Cave, Massive Attack). This means we finally get a chance to learn about this true outsider from the regular music industry.
  • Mark Stewart - New Album out in April 2008!

    26 Jan 2008, 14:53 by miss-boner

    Mark Stewart: New studio album Edit

    In time for spring 2008, a legend who left a lasting mark on the world of music returns with a new studio album: Mark Stewart. Created and recorded between London, Vienna, Bristol and Berlin, Stewart’s sixth full-length release, Edit, marks a welcome return to his solo career after numerous collaborations with, among others, Tricky, Massive Attack, Chicks On Speed, Adult and Primal Scream. To accompany the release, Mark will embark on a global tour in 2008.

    As teenage front man and mastermind of seminal Bristol post-punk legends The Pop Group (1978-80), Stewart already used his microphone as a weapon. In an era that saw public opinion and perception tainted by Thatcher, Reagan and the Cold War, The Pop Group emerged as one of Britain’s most radical exponents of new music and quickly gained notoriety well beyond the British Isles. Their until then unheard mix of punk, funk, dub, jazz and noise, countered by Mark Stewart’s scathing political slogans and lyrics (We Are All Prostitutes)…
  • Mark Stewart - New Album out in April 2008!

    26 Jan 2008, 14:53 by miss-boner

    Mark Stewart: New studio album Edit

    In time for spring 2008, a legend who left a lasting mark on the world of music returns with a new studio album: Mark Stewart. Created and recorded between London, Vienna, Bristol and Berlin, Stewart’s sixth full-length release, Edit, marks a welcome return to his solo career after numerous collaborations with, among others, Tricky, Massive Attack, Chicks On Speed, Adult and Primal Scream. To accompany the release, Mark will embark on a global tour in 2008.

    As teenage front man and mastermind of seminal Bristol post-punk legends The Pop Group (1978-80), Stewart already used his microphone as a weapon. In an era that saw public opinion and perception tainted by Thatcher, Reagan and the Cold War, The Pop Group emerged as one of Britain’s most radical exponents of new music and quickly gained notoriety well beyond the British Isles. Their until then unheard mix of punk, funk, dub, jazz and noise, countered by Mark Stewart’s scathing political slogans and lyrics (We Are All Prostitutes)…
  • Mark Stewart - New Album out in April 2008!

    26 Jan 2008, 14:53 by miss-boner

    Mark Stewart: New studio album Edit

    In time for spring 2008, a legend who left a lasting mark on the world of music returns with a new studio album: Mark Stewart. Created and recorded between London, Vienna, Bristol and Berlin, Stewart’s sixth full-length release, Edit, marks a welcome return to his solo career after numerous collaborations with, among others, Tricky, Massive Attack, Chicks On Speed, Adult and Primal Scream. To accompany the release, Mark will embark on a global tour in 2008.

    As teenage front man and mastermind of seminal Bristol post-punk legends The Pop Group (1978-80), Stewart already used his microphone as a weapon. In an era that saw public opinion and perception tainted by Thatcher, Reagan and the Cold War, The Pop Group emerged as one of Britain’s most radical exponents of new music and quickly gained notoriety well beyond the British Isles. Their until then unheard mix of punk, funk, dub, jazz and noise, countered by Mark Stewart’s scathing political slogans and lyrics (We Are All Prostitutes)…
  • Mark Stewart - New Album out in April 2008!

    26 Jan 2008, 14:53 by miss-boner

    Mark Stewart: New studio album Edit

    In time for spring 2008, a legend who left a lasting mark on the world of music returns with a new studio album: Mark Stewart. Created and recorded between London, Vienna, Bristol and Berlin, Stewart’s sixth full-length release, Edit, marks a welcome return to his solo career after numerous collaborations with, among others, Tricky, Massive Attack, Chicks On Speed, Adult and Primal Scream. To accompany the release, Mark will embark on a global tour in 2008.

    As teenage front man and mastermind of seminal Bristol post-punk legends The Pop Group (1978-80), Stewart already used his microphone as a weapon. In an era that saw public opinion and perception tainted by Thatcher, Reagan and the Cold War, The Pop Group emerged as one of Britain’s most radical exponents of new music and quickly gained notoriety well beyond the British Isles. Their until then unheard mix of punk, funk, dub, jazz and noise, countered by Mark Stewart’s scathing political slogans and lyrics (We Are All Prostitutes)…
  • Bim Sherman - Miracle

    12 Jun 2007, 04:22 by jvglion