Friday, August 28

Ipso Facto to split

Finally it's official: Ipso Facto are to break up. Since everyone involved except lead singer Rosalie Cunningham has already moved on, she has started a new project: it's called Ketu, and it's progressive rock-influenced, which sounds like something we'd like to hear. Sadly, it looks as though Ipso Facto's debut album, and the already-recorded single 'Queen Sophia the Last', will never see the light of day. Their final performance will be in November, possibly as a collaboration with Artrocker magazine - watch this space for more details.

9 comments:

Samantha Valentine said...
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Goodbye Henry Detamble said...

That is sad to hear, I was hoping to see them in the States. However, R O M A N C E is quite great, so fortunately there's still great music being pumped out by those involved.

Thanks for the updates!

Anonymous said...

will they still play offset?

Anonymous said...

will they still play offset?

james.M;; said...

yes, offset's still on. victoria's going to be playing with damo suzuki as well, i hear.

Nancy said...

Though it was somehow bound to happen, it's still sad. Would've liked to see them live. Great they're all involved in other musical projects though.

Ursula 1000 said...

i'm glad i was able to catch their New York show---style&substance...

Anonymous said...

Rosalie seems to be happy working with Howard Devoto - they make an odd couple.

Fedemone said...

Terrible news, I fell really in love with them... Their album on which label should have been out? Mute Irregulars like their last official single? Hope it will come to light nonetheless.
Togheter with Spector Protector, one of my favorites ghost band ever