THE DEFINITIVE REISSUE OF MARK STEWART'S DEBUT SOLO ALBUM LEARNING TO COPE TO COWARDICE


'Learning To Cope With Cowardice' is to be given a definitive reissue by Mute Records alongside 'The Lost Tapes', a newly discovered cache of unreleased material.

'Learning To Cope With Cowardice' will be released on Mute on double vinyl, double CD and as a limited edition double clear vinyl (with a percentage of the vinyl sales going to the Mercy Ships charity) on 25 January 2019.

Listen to ‘Paranoia’, the first taste of what to expect from The Lost Tapes via the embed above

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NEW LAY LLAMAS TRACK FEATURING MARK STEWART

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'Thuban' - the new record by Lay Llamas featuring 'Fight Fire with Fire' w/ Mark Stewart is out now on Rocket Recordings

"‘Fight Fire With Fire’ takes the album is somewhat of a different direction with a spoken word from the Pop Group’s Mark Stewart. This dystopian track develops science fiction-style narrative making political points about a world where human of genetic variance are pitched again each other. It is intense and sinister… you really need to listen to it to understand the full drama here." Psych Insight Music

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MARK STEWART FEATURES ON NEW TEXTBEAK RECORD

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Mark Stewart features on 'Chimera', 'Forever Now', 'Information Medicine' & 'Soft Paranoia', a brace of new tracks taken from 'Sick For Songs A Season Eats', the debut album by Mike Textbeak

Produced by John Fryer (This Mortal Coil, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Fad Gadget)

'Sick For Songs A Season Eats' also features Janine Rainforth (Maximum Joy), Peter Hope (Hoodoo Talk w/ Richard H. Kirk), Yvette Winkler (Vaselyne), Searmanas, Android (Missile Command), Tim Smith (Lestat) & Bestial Mouths

Released June 28th

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MARK STEWART CONTRIBUTES TO SOUND COLLAGE PROJECT MA/68


Mark Stewart has contributed to Alan Dunn's MA/68, a sound collage premiered last month at Liverpool's Time Tunnel Festival.

'In Paris in May 1968 Vangelis left his studio to gather streets sounds while at the end of the month The Beatles began work on their landmark assemblage Revolution 9. Fifty years on, MA/68 revisits these with a sound collage for Tannoys featuring street recordings and slogans from Je suis Charlie, Welcome to the Dark Ages, Mark Stewart of The Pop Group, Aston Academy, The Band of Holy Joy, Louis Malle's Milou en Mai, Marijampole Capital of Culture event, International Women's Day and art students from Leeds Beckett University, University of Central Lancashire, Wirral Metropolitan College and Liverpool John Moores University.'

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MARK STEWART ON BRISTOL MUSIC: SEVEN DECADES OF SOUND TRAILER

A trailer featuring a text by Mark Stewart for ‘Bristol Music: Seven Decades of Sound’, a new exhibition on the history of the Bristol music scene put together by M Shed (Bristol Museums) & 2 Degrees West:

‘The scene since the late 1950s has been nothing but eclectic. Artists from Acker Bilk, The Pop Group and The Wurzels to Rita Lynch, Way out West and This is the Kit, are just a handful of acts that hail from our harbourside city. Bristol Music: Seven decades of sound will take stories told by people all over the city to celebrate and debate Bristol music.’

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