This UK post-punk (or ‘positive punk’) outfit was notable for creating an almost audible ‘hype’ in the London area before fizzling out just like rapidly. The concentrate of the music group was Michelle Brigandage. Located in Camden, London, both she and partner Richard North have been ‘encounters’ at the start of punk in the middle-70s. Both also went their personal stall, The Artwork Of Stealing, in Camden Marketplace. Michelle could boast of becoming both the 1st in the queue for the 100 Golf club ‘Punk Event’, and to be escorted to medical center within an ambulance by Mick Jones from the Clash. The initial line-up presented Michelle (vocals), Mick Fox (acoustic guitar) and twin brothers Ben (drums) and Scott Addison (bass). Nevertheless, their values in ‘positive punk’ had been savaged by critics, notably in the brand new Musical Express, as well as the music group remaining Michelle with just the name. Richard North, the editor of Kick fanzine (he also published for Zig Zag as Richard Kick and the brand new Music Express as Richard North), was the first ever to become drafted in on bass. His assertion that he cannot play was dismissed by Michelle, who added David Eaves (electric guitar) and Tim Nuttall (drums), before he previously time to claim about any of it. Brigandage Tag 1 acquired collapsed, ironically, pursuing North’s almost infamous ‘Positive Punk’ piece in the NME. However, they proved struggling to capitalize on the live popularity and left small behind to testify with their abilities. The Addison brothers afterwards surfaced in acid-jazz band Corduroy, while Michelle still left the music picture.