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Bang was a short-lived magazine from Future Publishing in the UK. It was published for only 10 issues in 2003/4.

The Deftones: Deftones (Maverick)

Review by Neil Kulkarni, Bang, June 2003

FOR ALL THE horseshit rock bands come out with about "maturity", "creative steam" and "progression", the true measure of whether or not their freshest opus ...

The White Stripes: White Stripes: Brixton Academy, London

Live Review by John Doran, Bang, June 2003

JACK AND MEG STRIPPED THE BLUES DOWN TO ITS BARE BONES, FLESH-WOUNDING 8,000 SCREAMING FANS OVER TWO NIGHTS AT LONDON'S BRIXTON ACADEMY ...

Radiohead: Alarms and Surprises

Interview by Neil Kulkarni, Bang, July 2003

With the albums Kid A and Amnesiac, Radiohead achieved the seemingly impossible and brought uncompromisingly experimental music to the arena-going masses. However, their latest, Hail ...

Moby

Interview by Chris Roberts, Bang, September 2003

IN FRONT OF US, a giant woman, a sort of Earth Goddess, made out of grass. We're told it's a woman; looks like King Kong. ...

Damon Albarn, Blur, Graham Coxon: Blur: The Great Escape?

Profile and Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Bang, December 2003

Blur are no longer the centre of Damon Albarn's world and he says he finds the idea of turning into a career band like U2 ...

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