Pinch, punch, first of the month – no returns (unless you really feel like it, and if you do, please be my guest).
T.S. Eliot said that April is the cruellest month (I always struggled with the… 284 more words
By CARL GLATZEL, Editor
David Sylvian, former frontman for the highly influential post-punk band Japan (1977-1983), surprisingly held certain jazz artists in high regard. Upon starting his solo career, Sylvian brought with him his unique vocal talents, strong songwriting abilities and his unrelenting interest in experimentation. 543 more words
David Sylvian has always remained something of an enigma. As lead singer of Japan, whose electronic sounds and peroxide-pop tendencies pre-empted the new-romantic movement by at least a couple of years (a long time in the late ‘70’s), Sylvian’s unique and unassuming vision would ultimately pave the way for so many other bands who would come to flourish throughout the more commercially plastic post-punk era. 685 more words