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Matthew Sweet: In Reverse

Review and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, December 1999

AFICIONADOS OF clean, clever, honed American pop have had to make do with meagre rations of late. Thank God that 1999 has at least produced ...

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Matthew Sweet: Sneaky…

Report and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, September 1992

Has Matthew Sweet quietly gone and made one of the best rock albums of the year? ...

Matthew Sweet: Danger Isn't His Middle Name...

Interview by Joss Hutton, Bucketfull of Brains, 1996

Last Autumn saw Matthew Sweet return to London to promote his chirpy Blue Sky On Mars (Zoo Entertainment/BMG) album, Joss Hutton and Joe Presedo caught ...

Matthew Sweet on Mars

Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Rolling Stone (Germany), 1997

MATTHEW SWEET is proud to be Pop. It wasn’t always that way. "It used to be that I was afraid of Pop", says Sweet, earnestly. ...

Matthew Sweet: In Reverse (Zomba)

Review and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Guardian, The, May 2000

MATTHEW SWEET began the '90s with the much-feted Girlfriend, an album of angular, bittersweet power pop markedly different from the meaty rage of Nirvana and ...

Byrd Brains: Matthew Sweet and R.E.M.’s Peter Buck Ponder Country-rock’s Finest

Review and Interview by Bud Scoppa, Revolver, Spring 2000

The Byrds:(Untitled/Unissued)ByrdmaniaxFarther AlongLive at the Fillmore West – February 1969 ...

Revisiting Rainy Day: Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs get Under the Covers

Interview by Steven R Rosen, LA CityBeat, April 2006

THERE ARE THOSE who say, with good reason, that 1984's Rainy Day is one of the great L.A. pop albums. And while not a sequel, ...

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