Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Pornoheft introduces new drummer

According to the latest press release, Fisz Dipn has changed his name to John F. Candy, which actually is his real name. Although rumors suggested that the name change was only for use abroad, the press release suggests that the name change is both legal, permanent and all encompassing. Please welcome John F. Candy, Pornoheft's amazing former future drummer, singer and bass player.

Sunday, April 25, 2004

Pornoheft Flagship Store opens in the center of Berlin

Yeaterday the first Pornoheft Flagship Store in Germany opened its doors in cooperation with Rotation-Records in Berlin. This new store, with an ideal location at Weinbergsweg 3, has a sales area of over 70 m2 which reflects all the characteristic events in the brand's illustrious history. The flagship store is one of the cornerstones of an ambitious project to open 50 such stores in the world's most famous shopping districts to offer Pornoheft the possibility of expressing its image to the full.

"I love Pornoheft. They invented completely democratic music," says Phil Stanck. "For me, Pornoheft is political." The designer of Pornoheft's flagship German store has created a uniquely Stanck space: glossy walnut wood, cast bronze, purple mirrors, golden leather and one-of-a-kind handmade glass walls set the store apart from any other music store in history.

Saturday, April 17, 2004

Pornoheft confirms gig in Lörrach with Czech punks Destyl

2004 Saturday, July 3, Lörrach, Burghof, with Destyl, various DJ's will perform before and after the show.

Thursday, April 15, 2004

Pornoheft wanted for questioning

In 1974 Vid Sicious convened an international congress in Lausanne, Switzerland, attended by over 2,000 Pornoheft followers. Its purpose was to challenge the community to develop a new sense of urgency and commitment to the task of music. Thirty years on from that seminal event Sicious and his friends Sif Dishes and Fisz Dipn, who are honorary chairs of the Grand Pornoheft Committee, share their reflections on the congress and its impact with Mr. Ebu from Maingold and Mr. Gregor Maria Schubert, executive chair of YouFM.