|Name Genevieve McGuckin||Role Musician|
|Similar People Harry Howard, Rowland S Howard, Anita Lane, Lydia Lunch|
These Immortal Souls: Panic Moon live in Melbourne 1996
Genevieve McGuckin is a musician and songwriter who was born and raised in Brisbane and later, moved to Melbourne, Australia. She was a founder of These Immortal Souls and has collaborated with fellow founder Rowland S. Howard, and The Birthday Party.
- These Immortal Souls Panic Moon live in Melbourne 1996
- These Immortal Souls Marry Me live in Melbourne 1996
These Immortal Souls - Marry Me - live in Melbourne, 1996
McGuckin was a founding member of These Immortal Souls and has been a long-time collaborator (musically and romantically speaking, at various points) of Rowland S. Howard. She co-wrote two tracks ("Capers" and "Ho-Ho") on The Birthday Party's debut LP Prayers On Fire. She performed on the Rowland S. Howard and Lydia Lunch cover of "Some Velvet Morning", and on Lunch's Honeymoon In Red LP, where she contributed the song "Three Kings". While in These Immortal Souls (1984 to 1998) she played piano and organ, and wrote music and lyrics on both their albums and a single. She also played organ on, and wrote the music for, the song "Silver Chain" on Rowland S. Howard's solo album Teenage Snuff Film. She lived in London and Berlin from 1980 to 1994 and now lives in Melbourne, working in film graphics, web design, and animation. She was the graphic designer on the 2000 film Chopper.
Recently, she has been playing piano and organ in Luxedo and Vera Cruz. She has also played on an LP by The Devastations.