- 8 years ago
Playing tracks by
Life Without Buildings, Interpol, Romeo Void, Pretty Girls Make Graves, Red Monkey and more.
“By summer 1977, punk had become a parody of itself. … The vanguard that came to be known as “post-punk” saw 1977 not as a return to raw rock-’n-roll but the chance to make a break with tradition, and defined punk as an imperative to constant change. … [They] dedicated themselves to fufilling punk’s uncompleted musical revolution.”
—Simon Reynolds, from Rip It Up And Start Again
This mix collects some of my favorite post-punk (and post-punk-esque) tracks, from the heyday of 1978–82 up through the present-day revival. The tracks aren't in chronological or any other order, just one that sounded good to me.
(This mix has a sequel, “Blackout/Whiteout”.)