2K was a short-lived (23 minutes, actually) alias of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty under which they released their single Fuck The Millennium in 1997.
Unseen 2K Photographs By Perou From “Craziest Photoshoot Ever”
British photographer Perou recently shared a couple of photographs of Bill and Jimmy from their 2K period in 1997 from what he recalls being one of the most fun shoots he ever did, including some never-before seen pictures of the pair.
(note that even though some of the latter activities are attributed to K2 Plant Hire Ltd. they still hark back to the events surrounding 2K, hence they are all filed under this section) The Barbican Performance The Millennium Crisis Line On 10th October full-page adverts appeared in The Guardian, inviting…
Confusion Incorporated (A Collection Of Lies, Hoaxes And Hidden Truths)
Confusion Incorporated is a compilation of stories and journalistic output of English writer Stewart Home, though the term “journalistic” should probably be taken with a grain of salt in this context. During his career he produced various parody pieces whose truthfulness is questionable at best (and non-existant at worst), sometimes…
Fuck The Millennium
Fuck The Millennium is a one-off comeback single to celebrate the crapness of comebacks, released under the short-lived 2K alias. Bill Drummond’s 45 features a lengthy first-hand retelling of the how’s and why’s.
Disco 2000: Nineteen New Stories From The Last Hours Of 1999
Disco 2000 is a collection of short stories edited by English music journalist Sarah Champion. The book features (mostly) original contributions by various different authors including Pat Cadigan, Grant Morrison, Robert Anton Wilson, and Douglas Coupland.
45 compiles some of Bill’s short stories previously released in From The Shores Of Lake Placid and adds a wide range of new ones as well.