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The Libertines

Profile and Interview by Paul Elliott, Q, August 2002

Patriotic punk whelps. They're having a "giraffe". ...

The Libertines interviewed at the 100 Club, Oxford Street, London, October 4th 2002

Interview by Ben Myers, unpublished, October 2002

IT WAS A crisp autumn day when The Libertines arrived back in London to play the penultimate show of a 26 date tour at the ...

The Libertines: Englishmen Abroad

Interview by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, December 2002

Those respected gentlemen of Albion, The Libertines, chose to limber up for Christmas with a typically debauched tour of mainland Europe. And, considering they fully ...

'We Believe In Melody, Hearts And Minds': The Libertines

Profile and Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Guardian, The, January 2003

PETE DOHERTY and Carl Barat – joint singers, guitarists, songwriters and ideologues of east London-based quartet the Libertines – are having an argument about an ...

Sun, Sea, Sangria, Skag… The Libertines: Roxy Discoteca, Valencia

Live Review by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, January 2003

Is Spain ready for the sex and drugs-fuelled invasion of The Libertines? ...

The Libertines: England Expects

Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, March 2003

They're British punk's greatest hopes, yet they still live in a flat with no gas or running water. Welcome to the darkly romantic world of ...

Kate Moss' Prince Alarming: Pete Doherty

Profile and Interview by Edward Helmore, Vanity Fair, July 2005

IT'S 9 PM AT the Boogaloo in north London and Gerry O'Boyle, the proprietor of this dingy pub, says Kate and Pete are on their ...

The Liberation Of Carl Barat: Dirty Pretty Things

Report and Interview by Jenny Valentish, Inpress, June 2006

IT'S LIKE THE dressing room of the Ziegfield Follies in here. Members of Dirty Pretty Things are shimmying around the photo studio, trying on jackets, ...

The Libertines: Confessions Of A Blagger: Carl Barat's Threepenny Memoir Reviewed

Book Review by Ben Myers, Quietus, The, October 2010

Carl Barat's new tome doesn't shrink away from embracing ugly self-truth — and according to Ben Myers, is subsequently far worthier of praise than the ...

The Libertines: There Are No Innocent Bystanders

Film/DVD/TV Review by Kate Allen, unpublished, May 2011

THE glittering embers of hope for a Libertines reunion were simultaneously stoked and dashed last week at the premier screening of The Libertines — There ...

Writing To Reach You

Overview by Graeme Thomson, Word, The, March 2012

Because sometimes the only way musicians can actually talk to each other is by writing songs ...

The Libertines: Hyde Park, London

Live Review by Kate Allen, Disorder, July 2014

Don't look back into the sun... ...

see also Babyshambles

see also Dirty Pretty Things

see also Pete Doherty

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