Penny Rimbaud joins the New Banalists Orchestra

Announcing a new track by Penny Rimbaud:
‘Mammon’ taken from The New Banalists Orchestra The Politics of Envy.

From the band’s website:

We the new banalists, have formed an orchestra to proclaim our manifesto.

TASTE IS A FORM OF PERSONAL CENSORSHIP.
DENY THE POLITICS OF ENVY
TECHNIQUE IS A REFUGE OF THE INSECURE
SHADOW WAR

The New Banalists Orchestra is

JOHN SINCLAIR
PENNY RIMBAUD
MARK STEWART
YOUTH
DAVID TIBET
ZODIAC YOUTH

Digital Download Album £4.99 available from 25th July. (pre-order now for delivery on the 25th)

Purchasers of the new edition of The Idler – No.44 ‘Mind Your Business’ (also includes Penny Rimbaud’s latest essay, “Birth of a Notion – A Thousand And One Ways To Forget Yourself”) can download the album for free.

Six truly amazing tracks featuring:

1. Penny Rimbaud: Mammon
2. Mark Stewart: Politics of Envy
3. Zodiac Youth: Reality is a Construct
4. David Tibet: Conspiracy Born
5. John Sinclair: Testify
6. Youth: Seattle
with contributions from Eve Libertine (ex-Crass), Keith Levine (PiL) and Howard Marks (‘Mr Nice’).  Music by Youth & Michael Rendall. Penny also guests on the title track featuring Mark Stewart.

Thanks.

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Allison teamed up with John Loder as the very first Southern employee back in 1985 when they had the idea of starting up a record distribution company. Prior to that she published a fanzine (Savage Pink), played in bands, promoted shows, ran a venue (for about a week before the mayor shut it down), worked at a record distributor, and generally fought the punk wars. Now she is the owner & chief pot washer of Southern.