Commercial Communism: Thee Faction – Up the Workers album review

                    WHO said art and commerce don’t mix? What about communism and the music business? These questions don’t seem to bother Thee Faction, a half-theoretical, half-theatrical rock n’ roll outfit from Surrey who pedal socialist propaganda through the medium of rock n’ roll. Bizarre? This is just the beginning. Inspired by the miners’ strikes, they formed in the eighties before (allegedly) disappearing in an anti-capitalist haze behind the Iron Curtain, without ever releasing a single record (read: product). But with a Tory government butchering the NHS and slashing benefits their sudden … Continue reading Commercial Communism: Thee Faction – Up the Workers album review