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American Music Club

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Ace of Clubs: American Music Club

Interview by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, January 1988

IF YOU’VE EVER walked down a big city street and narrowed your vision to exclude everything except the garbage, savouring the contradiction between wealth and ...

American Music Club: Psycho Thriller

Interview by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, March 1989

MARK EITZEL, OF American Music Club, a self proclaimed 'fuckin mess', a man who's spoken before of being 'doomed to sing' and living in terror ...

Club Class: Fly AMC to California

Interview by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, March 1989

"ELEKTRA WERE GONNA give us a 300,000 dollar distribution deal through Frontier so we had full artistic control. Then they saw a video of an ...

American Music Club: Join Our Club

Interview by Keith Cameron, NME, March 1993

"I SAY A lot of stupid things," Mark Eitzel stares directly into Boy George's eyes and for a moment is very sombre. ...

American Music Club: 'Club for Zeroes'

Interview by Andrew Mueller, Melody Maker, March 1993

AMC MAKE MUSIC for losers, loners, early-hour fuck-ups and late-night wasters. Perfect for us, really. ...

Q&A with American Music Club

Interview by Michael Goldberg, Addicted To Noise, November 1993

"EIGHT MONTHS AGO nobody would pee on us," says Mark Eitzel, singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist for San Francisco's American Music Club. "And now people ...

American Music Club: Wishing the World Away

Interview by Michael Goldberg, Addicted To Noise, December 1994

THE FIRST TIME I met American Music Club singer, songwriter, and leader Mark Eitzel, he arrived at San Francisco's boho South-of-Market Soma Cafe on a ...

American Music Club: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London ***

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, May 2004

AMERICAN MUSIC CLUB was always a select establishment. Appealing to connoisseurs of the darkest underground rock, the San Francisco group's principal attraction was always Mark ...

The Golden Age of American Music Club

Report and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, March 2008

MARK EITZEL sounds very chipper – not at all the lugubrious character that comes across in his songs. With the release of American Music Club's ...

see also Mark Eitzel

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