Afternoon Bites: Alan Moore on “Fashion Beast,” Kate Christensen, Japanther’s Book, Factory Floor, and More


“Their sinewy self-titled debut for DFA now orients Factory Floor along an axis of artists that embrace industrial, post-punk, disco, acid, avant-garde minimalism, electro, dub and– most crucially– the dancefloor, without being beholden to any one genre.” Andy Beta reviewed Factory Floor’s new album at Pitchfork.

Alan Moore talked Fashion Beast on the BBC.

Blonde Art Books is releasing a book by Japanther.

Peter Murphy created a playlist for his novel The River and Enoch O’Reilly.

Henry Review has footage of Kate Christensen reading from Blue Plate Special.

The Austin Chronicle is fond of new indie press A Strange Object.

Seattle punk and indie types share the influence Kathleen Hanna has had on their lives & work.

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