Gang of Four

Gang of Four

English post-punk group

Band

English post-punk group:

Andy Gill - Vox, guitar
Jon Finnigan - Drums, vox
John Steerry - Vox
Thomas McNeice - Bass, vox

Gang of Four on KCRW

Dance Punk innovators Gang of Four, lead by Andy Gill, have a new album that re-imagines the group from the ground up.

Gang of Four

Dance Punk innovators Gang of Four, lead by Andy Gill, have a new album that re-imagines the group from the ground up.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Gang of Four defined the early English post-punk era and have inspired countless bands to this day. After fifteen long years, they've recorded a brand new album which they will perform, along with some of their classics, for Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am.

Gang of Four

Gang of Four defined the early English post-punk era and have inspired countless bands to this day. After fifteen long years, they've recorded a brand new album which they will perform, along with some of their classics, for Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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