Punk & Post-Punk 8.3 is now available
Monday, October 07, 2019

Punk & Post-Punk 8.3 is now available

Intellect is happy to announce that Punk & Post-Punk 8.3 is now available!


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Aims & Scope


Punk & Post-Punk is a peer-reviewed journal for academics, artists, journalists and the wider cultural industries. Placing punk and its progeny at the heart of interdisciplinary investigation, it is the first forum of its kind to explore this rich and influential topic in both historical and critical theoretical terms.


Issue 8.3



Russ Bestley




‘There’s nothing I can do’: Bad faith and the narrative maintenance of ethical identifications

Edward Avery-Natale


Côté punk: Marc Caro 

Michelle Scatton-Tessier


Hypervisibility in Australian punk scenes: Queer experiences of spatial logics of gender and sexuality

Megan Sharp


Who remembers post-punk women? 

Jessica Blaise Ward


The Top of the Poppers sing and play punk 

Russ Bestley


‘I hold the key to the sea of possibilities’: Patti Smith Group and the occult 

Jarek Paul Ervin 




A politics of memory: An interview with Mark Sinker 

Rupert Loydell


Fun, fashion, faith and flamboyance: An interview with Bev Sage 

Rupert Loydell 




Omar Higgins 1981–2019 

Paul Mego Book 




A Hidden Landscape once a Week: The Unruly Curiosity of the UK Music Press in the 1960s–80s, in the Words of Those Who Were There, Mark Sinker (2018)

Kevin Quinn


Soap the Stamps, Jump the Tube: A Story of Punk, Motorbikes, Witchcraft, Sandwiches, Squats and Sewing, Gail Thibert (2018) 

Mike Dines


Dayglo! The Poly Styrene Story, Celeste Bell and Zoë Howe (2019) 

Russ Bestley


Album Review


Electrical Language: Independent British Synth Pop 78–84 

Russ Bestley 


Exhibition Review


Punk Lust: Raw Provocation 1971–85, Museum of Sex (MoSEX), New York, 29 November 2018–30 November 2019 

James F. Anderson