Sunday, 2 February 2020


Brexit is finally here, with the UK leaving the European Union on Friday, January 31. At the end of 2019, Jah Wobble gathered up a Who’s Who of British Post-Punk to record protest song “A Very British Coup,” including his old PiL bandmates Keith Levene and Richard Dudanski (they all played on PiL’s Metal Box), plus The Pop Group’s Mark Stewart, Killing Joke’s Youth, with Screamadelica producer Andrew Weatherall behind the boards. “A Very British Coup” was released as a vinyl-only 12″ but now with the day upon us, the single and a few remixes will be released digitally on Friday. You can watch the video for the song now:

Read More: Jah Wobble, Mark Stewart & more team for anti-Brexit song “A Very British Coup” |

The eagle-eyed amongst you will have also noticed that the Gonzo Multimedia websites have changed and are in a process of flux, so there are no individual sales links at the moment. But check out for a thing of wonder

There is - in the pipeline - a hunky-dory, all singing, all dancing, Gonzo Publications website which will feature all the Gonzo Books, the magazine, the blog posts, and everything else, but – once again – I am doing the coding for it and in the inevitable scramble to deal with everything else that I am having to deal with at the moment, not ignoring the emotional fallout from mother’s funeral only a fortnight ago, everything is delayed.

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