CLUAS Writers: profile of Ken Fallon
Despite entering this world with the terrible handicap of being born with a pumpkin for a head, Ken Fallon has gone on to become the undisputed Irish authority on quantum physics and multiverse theory. Second only to Stephen Hawking, Fallon is currently working on an equation that, if successful, will bring about the instantaneous death of Derek Mooney and all other RTE television personalities while at the same time generating free beer for the entire population of the world. Fallon is doing this, along with writing pretentious reviews for Cluas, while still holding down a totally non-music related job in the financial services sector in Dublin.
Joined CLUAS: December 2002
Broadcast, Red House Painters, Mark Kozelek, Kraftwerk, Mogwai, Slayer, Gillian Welch, The Knife, Apparat, Ms.John Soda, Slint, Stina Nordenstam, Massive Attack, Boards Of Canada, Aphex Twin, Low, The Notwist, MC5, My Bloody Valentine, Telefon Tel Aviv, My Brightest Diamond, Midlake, The Cinematic Orchestra, Kid 606, Errors, Husker Du, Sugar, Slowdive, Pugwash, Pink Floyd, Ann Scott, American Music Club, Phillip Glass, Explosions In The Sky, The Books, Ulrich Schnauss, Willard Grant Conspiracy, Lali Puna, Mum, Tarwater, The Field, Bat For Lashes, Other People's Children, Seabear, Arab Strap, The Cure, Faust, Feist, Labradford.
Dead Man's Shoes, Irreversible, Seven, In The Soup, The Big Lebowski, A Bout De Souffle, In The Mood For Love, Night Of The Hunter, Team America, American Beauty, Hidden.
John McGahern, Michel Houellebecq, Nick Hornby, Patrick Kavanagh, JG Ballard, Mikhail Lermontov, Douglas Coupland, Cormac McCarthy, Christopher Hitchens, Patrick McCabe.
Some of Ken Fallon's articles published on CLUAS:
- Battles (live in Dublin) (May 2008)
- Slint (Dublin, August 2007)
- The Aftermath (Mullingar, July 2007)
- Cat Power (Dublin, May 2007)
- Ann Scott (Mullingar, February 2007)
- Pugwash (Mullingar, March 2006)
- Mark Kozelek (Dublin, November 2005)
- Mercury Rev (Dublin, March 2005)
- American Music Club (October 2004)
- PJ Harvey (Dublin, September 2004)
- Sun Kil Moon (Dublin, June 2004)
- Cathal Coughlan (Dublin, March 2003)
- Doves (Dublin, December 2002)