Mark Stewart was the most caustic provocateur to emerge in the aftermath of British punk rock. In his native Bristol, still in his teens, he corralled the Pop Group, a volatile collective, whose jagged fusion of punk, reggae and funk outflanked punk's first wave for sheer sonic extremity, and pretty much defined what would later be termed "post-punk." Given that the band played many of their key gigs at late-'70s anti-racism/anti-nuclear marches, their music was astonishingly… more »
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