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This Is Memorial Device NZ: Part 1

March 24, 2017 | by Faber Social

 A Special Podcast by Bruce Russell (Xpressway/The Dead C et al) Bruce Russell has long been one of the key catalysts in post-punk and underground mus…

Palfest Social

March 23, 2017 | by danpapps

Faber Social is proud to present a night in celebration of the annual Palestine Festival of Literature. The touring festival brings international lite…

Meet Me In The Bathroom

March 22, 2017 | by danpapps

Faber are excited to announce Meet Me In The Bathroom the definitive history of New York’s post-2001 musical revolution, for publication on August 3rd…

Trailer: The 2023 Triptych

March 21, 2017 | by Faber Social

Last night two DVDs were gaff-taped on to a wall on the Kingsland Road. At 10.31 the first DVD was discovered. At 10.54 the second was found. Now digi…

‘I Dared Him To Lick It But He Drew The Line At That’

March 17, 2017 | by Faber Social

I Dared Him To Lick It But He Drew The Line At That: Peter Solly went to Israel with Sam Shreds where he stuck an ancient artefact down his pants. I w…

Tonight All About Robert Quine

March 17, 2017 | by Faber Social

Tonight All About Robert Quine: Tam Gracie says that once upon a time everyone in Airdrie was in awe of Danny D’Angelo. The best solo ever recorded is…

Goldie by Chelone Wolf

All Things Remembered, the forthcoming Goldie memoir

March 16, 2017 | by Faber Social

Who better to tell the story of the gentrification of a musical genre than the man who started out as Jungle’s most streetwise ambassador and went on…

Anthropoid & UFO

March 8, 2017 | by Faber Social

David Keenan on Anthropoids in Airdrie: There was a great short-lived Industrial synth group who came out of Airdrie in 1983 called Anthropoid & U…

Faber social website launch

Freshly juiced: the new Faber Social website launches

March 8, 2017 | by Faber Social

We’re excited to announce the new Faber Social website. It represents our editorial commitment to the finest writing about, and from within, the world…

The two best hippy albums are So Far and Mass In F Minor

March 7, 2017 | by Faber Social

Untitled: Richard Starkey’s famous poem that he put to music under the name The Beguiled never had a proper title but it was all about hippy music at…

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