Richard Cabut Biography
Richard Cabut (born 29 March 1960) is a British author, journalist, playwright and musician. Educated Dunstable Grammar School to1978, graduating Polytechnic of North London in 1981. A member of the punk band Brigandage more recently co-editor and author of the anthology Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night and authored Dark Entries a novella.
Richard Cabut is a famous Author, who was born on March 29, 1960 in United Kingdom.
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Between 1979 and 1982, Cabut published the punk fanzine Kick. According to Mathew Worley, ‘Kick proved integral to developing a “positive punk” based on a premise of “individuality, creativity, rebellion.”‘ The fanzine also displayed a mystical approach to political culture. ‘Kick suggested an anarchism that was more of a “mystic affair than a political one”, revolving around an “experiment in life”’
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He contributed to Growing Up With Punk (Nicky Weller, Nice Time, 2018), and 100 Club Stories (Ditto Publishing, 2018).
From 1983 to 1987, Cabut played bass in the punk band Brigandage. He played on the cassette album FYM, (FO Records, FO1001, 1984), and on the band’s mini-LP Pretty Funny Thing (Gung Ho, GHLP1, 1986). (12). One track, Angel of Vengeance, featured on the boxset Silhouettes & Statues (A Gothic Revolution 1978 – 1986) (Cherry Red, 2017). Cabut wrote the band’s accompanying sleeve notes. Brigandage is one of the few bands from the 80s positive punk era that, on principle, have refused to reform. He also managed and designed artwork for the band.
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Between 1982 and 1989 Cabut contributed to the UK music press particularly New Musical Express (as Richard North) and ZigZag (magazine) also Offbeat, Siren, and Punk Lives. He has written for the BBC, and contributed to The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph.., Time Out, Big Issue, Artists & Illustrators magazine, The First Post, 3:AM Magazine (also an editor) and the revolutionary art glossy Cold Lips
The positive punk piece was the basis for an episode of LWT’s Friday night arts and leisure series, South of Watford.
A number of Cabut’s plays have been produced and staged in London and nationwide in the UK, including the Arts Theatre, Covent Garden, London, Breads and Roses Theatre, Clapham, the Tabard Theatre, Chiswick, and the Lost Theatre, Battersea.
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With the watershed NME article ‘Punk Warriors’ 19 February 1983. Cabut first used the term ‘positive punk’, to describe a cultish following that was soon to influence goth. As described by Mathew Worley, No Future: Punk, Politics and British Youth Culture, 1976–1984. ‘Richard Cabut (Richard North) was the first to outline the basis of what eventually became codified as “goth”.’
The book was widely reviewed. ‘Punk is Dead shows the transmission of culture as a kind of lucid group dreaming, Kris Kraus, The Times Literary Supplement, 9 January 2018. ‘Richard Cabut… has chosen the theme of punk as a transformative force, a becoming,’ Dickon Edwards, The Wire No. 407, January, 2018. ‘Perhaps the notion to take away is the one of endless possibility’, Kitty Empire, The Observer, 19 November 2017. Author Deborah Levy chose Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night as one of her books of the year in the New Statesman, 17–23 November 2017.
Cabut co-edited Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night. An anthology with contributions from some of punk’s most important commentators and participants including Jon Savage, Penny Rimbaud, Judy Nylon, Jonh Ingham, Barney Hoskyns, Paul Gorman, Ted Polhemus, Simon Critchley and Simon Reynolds. Cabut provided the introduction and further chapters.