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Power To The Furries! Gruff Rhys Speaks

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, July 2003

Welsh wunderkinder the Super Furry Animals return this week with the fabulous Phantom Power. Cardiff’s furriest bard talks to Barney Hoskyns about love, war and ...

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Super Furry Animals: "We've never taken acid"

Interview by David Bennun, Melody Maker, July 1996

…So why is Super Furry Animals' new video set in a multi-coloured chemistry lab? How come their ancestors wore pointy hats on visits to castles? ...

Super Furry Animals

Profile and Interview by Ben Thompson, MOJO, August 1996

BT: Listening to your debut album Fuzzy Logic, there seems to be a hint of British '60s psychedelic legends Dantalion's Chariot about it. ...

Super Furry Animals: Scream! Latvia! Scream!

Report and Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, July 1997

 ...that's right, Latvia, 'cos SUPER FURRY ANIMALS are heading your way, and they've got new single 'The International Language Of Screaming' and STEVEN WELLS with ...

This Must Be The Place: Newport, Bristol, Walthamstow, Colchester: Everybody's Talking About... The True Significance Of Location

Book Excerpt by Ben Thompson, 'Seven Years of Plenty' (Gollancz), October 1998

"A recent article in the New York Times proclaimed Newport as The New Seattle..." Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 13 December, 1996 ...

Super Furry Animals: "I like the idea of creating cultural havoc"

Interview by Robin Bresnark, Melody Maker, January 2000

Wide open spaces, mountains and free-thinking cultural revolutionaries — no wonder SUPER FURRY ANIMALS love Spain's Basque country. What's more, the feeling's mutual. ...

Super Furry Animals: Mwng/Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci: The Blue Trees

Review by Art Sperl, Rock's Backpages, December 2000

THE DREARY Stereophonics notwithstanding – isn’t Kelly Jones just the alt.britrock Bryan Adams? – there’s definitely something in the Welsh water that’s, well, different: a ...

Super Furry Animals

Guide by Jeremy Gluck, launch.com, Summer 2000

ELECTRIC, ECCENTRIC and fiercely nationalist, Wales' Super Furry Animals – comprising Gruff Rhys (vocals, guitars); Dafydd Ieuan (drums); Cian Ciaran (keyboards); Guto Pryce (bass); and ...

Rings Around Cardiff: Super Furry Animals

Report and Interview by Gavin Martin, Daily Mirror, 2003

TEN YEARS INTO their magnificent career, Cardiff’s Super Furry Animals are indisputably Britain’s indie-rock kings. ...

Super Furry Animals: Phantom Power

Review by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, Summer 2003

IT MAKES some kind of super furry sense that Phantom Power - coming after the homegrown, lo-fi Mwng and the big-budget, all-bells-and-whistles Rings Around The ...

Super Furry Animals: Love Kraft

Review by Barney Hoskyns, Observer, The, August 2005

THE FIRST SOUND on Love Kraft is a splash caused by Super Furry Animals guitarist Huw "Bunf" Bunford plunging into a Spanish swimming pool. An ...

Super Furry Animals: Roundhouse, London

Live Review by Jude Rogers, Guardian, The, November 2007

THERE IS A theory tumbling around that the Super Furry Animals are the Welsh Beatles. ...

Still Light Years Ahead: Super Furry Animals

Interview by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, May 2009

"WYCHWOOD IS OUR first festival this year," Super Furry Animals' singer Gruff Rhys informs me. "We're committing to only playing outside from now on. Especially ...

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