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Mozart, Puccini, Bizet, and McLaren

Interview by Glenn O'Brien, Artforum, December 1984

MALCOLM McLAREN is a new sort of artist, your Barbarian Renaissance Man, the missing link between Leonardo and Conan. He has been the enfant terrible ...

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Malcolm McLaren: Meet The Colonel Tom Parker of the Blank Generation

Profile and Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, November 1976

MEET MALCOLM McLAREN. He runs a shop called "SEX". He manages a group called THE SEX PISTOLS. He sincerely believes that he and his band ...

A Non-Interview With Malcolm McLaren

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, June 1977

I VISITED THE office of Glitterbest (Sex Pistols management) recently, accompanied by Tony D. (editor of Ripped & Torn fanzine) to try and arrange an ...

Malcolm McLaren

Interview by Johnny Black, unpublished, February 1982

This is the full transcript of the interview, a small (1500-word) version of which appeared in Over 21 magazine in May 1982. ...

Malcolm McLaren: Innovation Or Exploitation?

Interview by Roy Trakin, Musician, February 1982

Malcolm McLaren, the shaker and baker of British punk, turned the Sex Pistols into an epochal event, turned Adam Ant around and now plays Svengali ...

The Most Wanted Man In Pop: Trevor Horn

Interview by Fiona Russell Powell, Face, The, March 1982

"Why does pop music have to be so naff?" asks TREVOR HORN, whose production work for Dollar, ABC and Spandau Ballet is an unequivocal answer ...

Malcolm McLaren: The Man Who Ran Into Ideas

Interview by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, November 1982

"I'M AN artist, I am. I always was and I always will be." ...

Malcolm McLaren: Where The Buffalo Roam

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Face, The, December 1982

• Svengali turned singer Malcolm McLaren has — canny as ever — recorded one of the debut singles of the year, 'Buffalo Gals', after months ...

The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle: How Malcolm McLaren made cash from chaos

Profile by Steve Turner, History of Rock, The, 1983

THERE IS A CERTAIN TYPE OF ROCK MANAGER whose clients become the means to express his own artistic vision: in the late Fifties, Larry Parnes ...

The New Adventures of Malcolm McLaren

Report and Interview by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, January 1983

A MAN IN HIS thirties with a shrill voice and a big, daft hat is telling me how pop music can regain its lost purpose. ...

Malcolm McLaren: The Mud Club, London

Live Review by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, February 1983

ALL THE OLD dances are coming back, you know. ...

Malcolm McLaren

Profile and Interview by Paul Rambali, Face, The, June 1983

IN ANY MODERN dictionary of infamy, the name of Malcolm McLaren would merit a lengthy entry. He has been a purveyor of fetish-wear, an agent ...

Malcolm Mclaren Eats Egg Salad

Interview by John Mendelsohn, Creem, June 1983

Other Pagan Rituals to Follow? ...

Malcolm McLaren: Building Better Bandwagons

Interview by Danny (Shredder) Weizmann, LA Weekly, March 1985

Me on Malcolm: Just in case you’ve been on Pluto or in Fresno for the last eight years, Malcolm McLaren is news with a capital ...

Malcolm McLaren: Fans (Island)

Review by Jeffrey Morgan, Creem, May 1985

MR. MCLAREN, you may recall, is the man who gave us the New York Dolls (USSR red leather incarnation), Adam and The Ants, Bow Wow ...

Malcolm McLaren: Pernicious? Moi?

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, August 1989

IN THE "PIANO BAR" of a Mayfair hotel, portion of club sandwich in one hand, glass of fine red wine in the other, Malcolm McLaren ...

Deep in Vogue: Macolm McLaren Looses Another Musical Mutant

Review and Interview by Danny (Shredder) Weizmann, LA Weekly, September 1989

What time did you wake up today? Six in the morning? Ten? Noon (you lazy good-for-nothing)? Sometime while you were sleeping, probably dreaming about the ...

Pop Will Eat Itself: Cure for Sanity; Malcolm McLaren: Round the Outside! Round the Outside!

Review by Chuck Eddy, Rolling Stone, April 1991

EVER SINCE the Who and the Stones, if not the Revolutionary War, uppity British ironists have made a habit of "elevating" vulgar American pop crazes ...

The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Damned, The Heartbreakers, The Buzzcocks: Destination Nowhere

Retrospective by Johnny Black, MOJO, December 1996

Twenty years ago this month, the Sex Pistols, Clash, Damned, Heartbreakers and Buzzcocks embarked upon the Anarchy Tour. What followed more than lived up to ...

Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Bronx: On The Unlikely Origins Of The UK Hip Hop Movement

Retrospective by Greg Wilson, electrofunkroots.co.uk, 2003

THEY SAY THAT lightening doesn't strike twice, but where there's a rule there's always the exception. Case-in-point concerns that maverick maestro of musical mayhem, Mr ...

Malcolm McLaren 1946-2010

Obituary by Alex Ogg, Rock's Backpages, April 2010

MALCOLM MCLAREN, who died on April 8 aged 64 after a protracted battle with cancer, was punk's self-mythologised circus barker. His custodianship of the musical ...

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