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Mekons, The

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The Mekons: Blows Against Individuation

Profile and Interview by Mary Harron, Melody Maker, February 1979

The Mekons insist they're just a by-product of confusion. But 'intervention', a.k.a. 'going commercial', looms. ...

The Mekons: The Group Who Fell To Earth

Interview by Paul Rambali, NME, March 1979

THE MEKONS step down from the space ship of idealism and come face to face with Rock Reality. Can they and the cult of British ...

The Mekons: Manchester Polytechnic, Manchester

Live Review by Mick Middles, Sounds, February 1980

I COULDN'T believe my eyes. ...

The Mekons Story (CNT) 1982

Sleevenotes by Lester Bangs, CNT Records, 1982

THE MEKONS are the most revolutionary group in the history of rock 'n' roll. They are also the finest artists ever to have graced this ...

Strawberry Switchblade/The Mekons: ICA, London

Live Review by Bill Black, Sounds, October 1983

WAS THIS an ICA Rock Week or a DeMob works outing? ...

The Three Jon Langfords

Interview by John Robb, Sounds, January 1989

With The Three Johns and The Mekons, Jon Langford has spent over ten years fighting against the never-ending Top Of The Pops party. John ...

The Mekons

Interview by John Robb, Sounds, September 1989

"EUROPOX!" BELCHES the fat fool on the next table. ...

An Interview with Jon Langford

Interview by Jason Gross, Bangsheet, May 1999

IN THE MIDDLE of yet another tour for the alt-alt-country act the Waco Brothers and on hiatus from his original band the Mekons, Jon "Boy" ...

The Mekons: New York: On The Road '86-'87

Review by Gavin Martin, Uncut, March 2001

LEEDS PUNKS' Cold War-era Country Invasion Of The States in all its ragged glory ...

see also Jon Langford

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