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The Very Things/The Sugarcubes: Camden Workers Social Club, London

Live Review by Jane Solanas, New Musical Express, October 1987

IT WAS A pretty respectable turnout considering that the Camden Workers Social Club is hardly a familiar location for gigs. ...

The Sugarcubes: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, January 1988

LIKE EVERYONE else. I expressly came to worship, to be defeated, to drench their names in a prolix of hopelessly imprecise euphoria. Unhappily, though, it ...

Rock From Reykjavik: Behold Bjork and her Sugarcubes

Interview by Gerrie Lim, Exposure, September 1988

THEY COME FROM a land of ice and snow, where volcanic peaks and photogenic glaciers surround settlements given to fish factories and sundry cottage industries, ...

The Sugarcubes: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Icecubes from Sugarland

Interview by Mat Snow, Sounds, December 1988

Paying the price of fame and fortune, The Sugarcubes have talked and I smiled themselves through a seemingly endless round of interviews and gigs. Now ...

Sugarcubes: Yule Never Björk Alone

Interview by Chris Roberts, Melody Maker, December 1988

THE SUGARCUBES' BID FOR WORLD DOMINATION IS ALMOST COMPLETE. FOR CHRISTMAS THEY'LL BE RETURNING HOME TO ICELAND TO START RECORDING THE FOLLOW-UP TO THE LIFE'S ...

The Sugarcubes: 'World Domination or Die!'

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, October 1989

Such is the manifesto of Iceland's Sykurmolar, internationally more familiar as The Sugarcubes. And to this end they have invested funds from their rapidly increasing ...

The Sugarcubes: Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!

Review by Tom Graves, Rock & Roll Disc, November 1989

IT IS THE JOB of the P.R. people at record companies to shove this week's newest big thing down the throats of a hungry music-buying ...

The Sugarcubes: Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!

Review by Martin Aston, Q, November 1989

THE SUGARCUBES may have plucked their second album title from Wind In The Willows's whimsical pages but the quote has an altogether more serious import: ...

Sugarcubes: Shout To Lunch

Interview by David Quantick, New Musical Express, January 1992

"It is too cold in this country," sighs Einar Orn. "Cold and damp." He sips at his warming Guinness. Bjork Gudmundsdottir giggles to herself over ...

The Sugarcubes: Nordic By Nature

Interview by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, March 1992

Hamsters of the gods, inventors of hip hop, Phil Collins fans extraordinaire… life's still too good for reality on the planet of The Sugarcubes. Stephen ...

The Sugarcubes: Still Crazy after all these Beers

Report and Interview by Bruce Dessau, Vox, September 1992

IF IT'S 4.30 on a Friday afternoon, it must he Reykjavik. Actually, it turns out to be Keflavik, 40 minutes away from Iceland's capital city ...

see also Björk

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