It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. (Reade points out that it was her money, as well as Wilson’s, that funded Factory Records’ first ever vinyl release, a sampler that included Joy Division and the Durutti Column; she is also dismissive of the Hacienda’s acid house revolution. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. In it, against a haunted, bleakly desolate landscape, two men carry on a sort of primal, hand-to-hand combat, eventually ending in one of their deaths. First video coming this Thursday. ), The archive is great: we hear the band’s first stuttering interviews, Hannett’s twiddling of a bass sound, Wilson’s brilliant pontification. The result of almost two years’ work by the team at indie production house Cup & Nuzzle, this is a detailed, brilliantly researched documentary series. On Friday the 21st of June, YouTube will host a premiere event in London for a selection of these new Joy Division videos, featuring a panel between Stephen Morris, Matt Everitt, Orian Williams (producer of Control), Feargal Ward and … Joy Division are commemorating the 40th anniversary of their debut LP Unknown Pleasures with “Unknown Pleasures: Reimagined”, a collaborative project helmed by the band’s visual coordinator, Warren Jackson, that will see 10 directors create “filmic re-imagining of the music in 2019” for every track on the record that was originally released 40 years ago on June 15th, 1979. Introducing ‘Unknown Pleasures: Reimagined’. And nearly four decades on from singer Curtis’ suicide, eleven directors have just been commissioned by coordinator Warren Jackson with the task of revivifying the songs on Joy Division’s debut long-player, by crafting new visual accompaniments – the first of which has just seen the light of day. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. All Rights Reserved. Watch the reimagined video for Joy Division’s “I Remember Nothing” below. Based on new and exclusive interviews with Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert and Peter Hook, this series captures those vivid moments that tell their tale like never before. Not only does it boast interviews with all the surviving members of the band (which, as Hooky fell out with everyone, is no mean feat of intra-band negotiation), but also with those who are often forgotten, such as Lindsay Reade, Tony Wilson’s first wife. Sign up now for The BlackList. No Wave was driven by a DIY ethic, combining B-movie and Avant Garde genres to create new and vibrant American art films. And indeed, Icelandic directorial duo Helgi & Hörður have made a striking new video for “I Remember Nothing,” one that most poignantly carries on the band’s aesthetic manifesto. Fitting with the song’s intensity, the video shows two men in a simulated wrestling match that plays more like a contemporary, abysmal dance of sorts. Be warned: this is a long listen, taking eight episodes to get to Blue Monday, but it’s compelling throughout. Certainly, Anton Corbijn‘s existential photos of the band, on through to his chilling, posthumous video for “Atmosphere,” and his 2007 Ian Curtis biopic Control, have all played a significant part in conveying that indelible image. Silky Psyche Stuns with New Single “Tilted Rituals”, Death Pop Duo VOWWS Debut Their Cable Access Video for “Stay Where You Are”, Detriti Records Founder’s Dark Synth Project Ascending reveals its Experimental VHS for “E tu reagisci”, Bowl Cuts and Part Human Dive into a New Wave Daydream in their Duet “Degeneration M”, Artistic Post-Punk and Romantic Synthpop in Take Me With You’s “Stranger”, Darkwave Duo Schonwald are Lost in the Mist with “Fall Appart”, Deathrocker Gene Woolfolk Unveils New Synthpop Project Dream Tent, Tis the Season of the Witch in West Wickhams’ “Who’s Out There” and “The Ghosting Effect”. That’s what is special about bands. Go vinyl, if you can, though. “I preferred it when it was quiet,” she says. Amos Poe is currently painting robots.Socials:Facebook by the pressure,The territories marked,No longer the pleasure,Oh, I've since lost the heart.Corrupted from memory,No longer the power,It's creeping up slowly,That last fatal hour.Oh, I don't know what made me,What gave me the right,To mess with your values,And change wrong to right.Please keep your distance,The trail leads to here,There's blood on your fingers,Brought on by fear.I campaigned for nothing,I worked hard for this,I tried to get to you,You treat me like this.It's just second nature,It's what we've been shown,We're living by your rules,That's all that we know.I tried to get to you,I tried to get to you,I tried to get to you,I tried to get to you.