V/A - Postcards Vol 3: DIY & Indie Post Punk From England 1979-1981 [vinyl]

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Post-punk (originally called new musick) is a broad musical genre that emerged in 1977 in the wake of punk rock. Post-punk musicians moved away from punk's traditional elements and raw simplicity, adopting instead a broader, more experimental approach that included a variety of avant-garde sensibilities and non-rock influences. Inspired by punk's energy and DIY ethos, but determined to break with rock clichés, artists experimented with styles such as funk, electronic music, jazz and dance music; dub and disco production techniques; and ideas from art and politics, including critical theory, modernist art, film and literature. These communities have produced independent record labels, visual art, multimedia performances and fanzines. These three compilations are by no means 'Best Of' or collections of chart hits. They are compilations that endeavour (and we think they do well) to take a wide-ranging look at the UK and American post-punk scene in the years from 1978 to 1984, but here almost everything stops in 1981, giving space to bands and artists that almost always didn't make it beyond the 45 rpm mark. A representation of the true 'Outside of Everything' of the era.


A1 Take It - Taking Sides
A2 Take It - How It Is
A3 The Sods - Negative Positive
A4 The Sods - No Pictures Of Us
A5 Trance - Time Devours
A6 Walking Floors - No Next Time
B1 Schizoid - White House
B2 Walking Floors - Removal
B3 X Defektors - Why Free Myra Hyndley
B4 Zeitgeist - Sniper
B5 Zeitgeist - Yellow Fidgets