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Defunkt: Trax, New York

Live Review by Roy Trakin, Melody Maker, February 1980

EVEN THE decidedly old-wave, uptown industry water-hole Trax has caught the Funk Flu that's hit this borough like an epidemic. People are dancing to progressive, ...

Defunkt, the Raybeats, James Chance: Funky, Punky and Chic

Report and Interview by Roy Trakin, Melody Maker, March 1980

The Raybeats and Joe Bowie's Defunkt are working on New York's newest fusion: a post-No Wave music in which James Chance's punk meets George Clinton's ...

Defunkt: Embassy Club, London

Live Review by Ian Penman, New Musical Express, June 1981

Make my funk the D-funkt ...

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Interview by Kris Needs, ZigZag, August 1981

SCREAM or be screamed at. MOVE or be removed. TAKE what you can or be taken, LOOK out or be looked for. Make them dance, make ...

Defunkt: The Life and Death of Romance

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, May 1982

Neo-realist funkt, anyone? Joe Bowie describes his big city reggae to Richard Cook. ...

Defunkt: Too Fierce For Radioland

Interview by Kris Needs, ZigZag, June 1982

Joe Bowie, singer-songwriter-trombonist-leader talked to Kris Needs and Killing Joke bassist Youth. ...

This Defunkt Life

Interview by Lesley White, Face, The, August 1982

According to Joe Bowie, only his trombone and his funk-jazz band Defunkt stand between him and the imminent nuclear apocalypse. LESLEY WHITE talks to the ...

Defunkt: Albany Empire, London

Live Review by Mick Brown, Guardian, The, July 1983

DEFUNKT ARE in the anomalous position of being an American band playing in a singularly American style who find themselves prophets without honour — or ...

see also Punk-Funk All Stars

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