JANUARY 2023

The Curious Creatures podcast is Lol Tolhurst from The Cure and

Budgie of The Slits / Siouxsie and the Banshees fame, chatting to

various people. They had a chat with me, and you can find Part 1 of

that here

If you've not already read it, you may enjoy Lol's book 'Cured'


Social Media:

Lol - Facebook and Twitter

​Budgie - Facebook and Twitter

Curious Creatures - Facebook and Twitter



JULY 2023

DECEMBER 2022

Two uploads to YouTube channel

​The Dadaists - It's Where The Heart Is (23rd December) and Regan and Bricheno - In The Bleak Midwinter (24th December)

REGAN &  BRICHENO, the new project from Julianne Regan and Tim Bricheno of All About Eve, has its first release on Friday 1st December. Read all about it in PROG  magazine and on the TALES OF THE RIVERBANK  blog.

NEWS / MISCELLANEOUS

OCTOBER 2023

Read more about

that on my blog.

Artwork byKevin Alvir 

MARCH 2023

JUNE 2016 STAR STRUCK EYES  
I co-wrote and provided vocals on a song called 'Star Struck Eyes' which appears on 
Mark Gemini Thwaite's solo album. Mark has been a member of The Mission.


"Julianne Regan’s velvety smooth voice gives the sparkling acoustic arpeggios and suitably subtle atmospheres of “Star Struck Eyes” a sultry, almost ‘80s glam tone that makes for one of the album’s more intoxicating moments."  - Ilker Yücel,  Regen Magazine


"Mark Gemini Thwaite isn’t a self-centred show off on the guitar either...that is why fragile and beautiful tracks like ‘Star Struck Eyes’ (voiced by All About Eve’s Julianne Regan) can coexist with the gothic pomp...' - Johnny H, Uber Rock Magazine.

Wayne Hussey and friends remade of the classic Mission anthem 'Tower Of Strength' in support of key workers dealing with Covid-19 globally.
All proceeds went to charities personally chosen by each contributor to TOS2020.  Visit the TOS2020 website:
www.themissionukband.com

GUESTS INCLUDE: 

Andy Rourke (The Smiths), Billy Duffy (The Cult), Budgie (The Creatures / Siouxsie and the Banshees)  Gary Numan, Jay Aston (Gene Loves Jezebel),  Julianne Regan (All About Eve), Kevin Haskins (Bauhaus), Kirk Brandon (Theatre of Hate / Spear of Destiny), Lol Tolhurst (The Cure / LXB),  Martin Gore (Depeche Mode)  Midge Ure, Miles Hunt (The Wonder Stuff), Rachel Goswell (Slowdive) / The Soft Cavalry), Tim Palmer, Trentemøller.​

The Anchoress includes Martha's Harbour on her album 'VERSIONS'. 

God Is In The TV zine has released 'Pictures of You', a compilation of covers of songs by The Cure in aid of MIND, the mental health charity.


I've contributed cover of The Drowning Man Released on Friday the 4th of August.


Available here.


​​​​SEPT 2019  LE CYGNE NOIR - 'NO RETURN' (Backing vocals) - Taken from the album 'Shadow of a Wrecking Ball'


                                                                                               

My Dreamworld, a co-write with Lilac Haze

is available on all major platforms for streaming (seemingly a necessary evil)  

RELEASE DATE: Friday 1st December on BANDCAMP

and also via Burning Shed.
The Snows They Melt the Soonest and In the Bleak  MidwinterDouble single with 20-page PDF booklet of emails between Julianne & Tim.
https://reganbricheno.bandcamp.com/album/winter-2023 

IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER
Music adapted by Regan and Bricheno (2022), from Holst (circa 1906). Original lyric by Christine Rossetti (1875). Additional lyric by Julianne Regan (2022).
THE SNOWS THEY MELT THE SOONEST
Traditional folk song dating back as far as 1821. Regan & Bricheno.
 

"Teaser" videoHERE

DECEMBER 2023

and digital download.

Again, there's more here on the blog.

​AUGUST 2020ReMISSION INTERNATIONAL

TOS2020 - Julianne guest vocals

JULY 2022

LE CYGNE NOIR  releases three singles: 'Andrew' and 'Skylights', which he sings, and a cover of Doctor! Doctor! (by the Thompson Twins), with Ashton Nyte (of The Awakening) singing lead vocals and me on backing. Available where you would usually have your musical digital needs satisfied.


Purchase and listening links below
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Andrew                                        Doctor! Doctor!                             Skylights     

"The dystopian and somewhat Sci-Fi theme of the work resulted in a deeply, cinematic inspired work. From vintage electronic sounds to psychedelic guitar play, this work sounds a bit like the offspring between Tangerine Dream and Pink Floyd".(Side-Line Magazine)


Oh my the planet is dying on us

We’ve passed the point of no return

And all the fuel you’ve ever burnt

Did you think you’d ever learn?

I watched it on TV, all the plastic in the sea

We’ve been chucking it in there since 1903

There’s nothing more to say.

This irreversible decay, it's here to stay

We are rotting away.

(Lyrics by Le Cygne Noir)