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Felt: More Than A Feeling

Interview by Jon Wilde, ZigZag, August 1984

John Scott Wilde in cahoots with Lawrence of Felt ...

Felt: The Strange Idol Pattern And Other Short Stories (Cherry Red)

Review by Martin Aston, Melody Maker, November 1984

THERE IS A singular atmosphere to Felt's music. Their dreamy guitar excursions are a pure extension of mood, not intent, and as such have no ...

Felt: Thames Polytechnic, London

Live Review by Robin Gibson, Sounds, May 1985

FELT ALWAYS make music from a magic carpet. Tonight, though, they had to fight to stay aboard; their starry-eyed, uniquely shy pop constantly mauled by ...

Felt: Primed Canons

Interview by Bill Prince, New Musical Express, October 1985

"I just love beautiful things..." BILL PRINCE interrogates Lawrence on the immortal carvings and primitive future of FELT. ...

Felt: Felt Tips

Interview by Chris Roberts, Sounds, November 1985

Chris Roberts asks Felt, are you lonesome tonight? ...

Felt: Poem Of The River (Creation)

Review by Neil Taylor, New Musical Express, July 1987

THE MOST FASCINATING aspect of the band Felt is Lawrence's insatiable urge to constantly free-fall the perimeters of his creative ability. ...

Felt: Dingwalls, London

Live Review by Keith Cameron, Sounds, July 1988

FELT, IF NOT a maligned band, are certainly underrated by a great many people, while far less adept '60s archivists like Primal Scream are praised ...

Felt: Too Much Monkey Business

Interview by Bob Stanley, Melody Maker, December 1989

THE RECENT ME AND A MONKEY ON THE MOON LP WAS FELT'S LAST SHOT, THE COMPLETION OF A 10-YEAR PLAN, THE PRE-DESTINED END OF THE ...

Scents & Sensibility: Felt: Bubblegum Perfume (Creation)

Review by Bob Stanley, Melody Maker, June 1990

WHEN IT COMES TO individuality and wilful peversity, Lawrence's only rival is Prince. In ten years he guided Felt through ten LPs and ten singles, ...

Felt/Denim: There Can Be Only One Lawrence — Meticulous Genius, Confounded.

Profile and Interview by Mick Houghton, MOJO, February 2003

IN 1986, WHEN Felt signed to Creation Records, stories quickly circulated about the oddness of the band's leader. ...

"I Want Lou Reed To Kick Me Down The Stairs" — Lawrence Interviewed

Interview by Jude Rogers, Quietus, The, April 2012

Indie-pop outsider extraordinaire Lawrence — the Felt/Denim/Go-Kart-Mozart frontman who turned 51 last month — talks to Jude Rogers about sounding like Nicki Minaj and his ...

see also Denim

see also Go Kart Mozart

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