New and revised edition of David Keenan's England's Hidden Reverse to be published this November
David Keenan talks about the reasons behind the closing of the Glasgow underground music shop he ran with Heather Leigh
A phenomenology of transgression in industrial music, by the journalist, author and co-owner of Glasgow’s Volcanic Tongue
Wire writer and Volcanic Tongue founder starts Alice Zinc to release music that represents a "radically deconstructed tongue".
Wire contributor and Volcanic Tongue co-owner talking in Austria as part of day of talks on the idea of success in music.
Lou Reed died on 27 October, 2013. David Keenan remembers him.
Previously unpublished essay commissioned to celebrate The Wire's 300th issue
Following Chris Cutler's response to Kenneth Goldsmith's filesharing Epiphany, David Keenan looks at the fallout from music's shifting economy, from the perspective of his webshop and record shop Volcanic Tongue.
This review originally appeared in The Wire 195 (May 2000).