Bubble World | Craig Schüftan

With Craig Schüftan

The post-punk era in UK pop music was characterised by intense studio experimentation, a new sense of rock's possibilities as a means of social and political change, a re-thinking of rock rhythm under the influence of dub and disco, and some of the worst singing ever committed to tape. For Bubble World's October showcase, curator and author Craig Schüftan explores why "bad" post-punk vocals sound so good with a talk and mix of music featuring some of the flattest, sharpest, wobbliest vocal performances he can find from the period.