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Dan Gennoe

Dan Gennoe

Dan Gennoe is a London-based freelance journalist & author. He's written features, interviews and reviews for the likes of Esquire, GQ, Arena, FHM, Q Magazine, Mojo, Red, Time Out, The Independent and The Mail On Sunday. Dan also writes books, both fiction and non-fiction, and has ghost written the odd celebrity biography.

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Aaliyah: I Care 4 U

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, 2003

THE GRIEF and shock that gripped the R&B fraternity after Aaliyah Houghton's death in a plane crash in 2001 was more than just sorrow for ...

Christina Aguilera: Back To Basics (RCA)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, August 2006

OF COURSE, the downside to success is that all those people who really do know better suddenly become reluctant to say "No". Even when they ...

Christina Aguilera: Stripped (RCA) **

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, January 2003

Mini pop diva reinvents herself as Pink. ...

Shola Ama: Soul Satisfaction

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Flipside, 1999

The girl who was discovered singing on a tube station at the age of 15, picked up 2 MOBOs and 1 Brit award, and scored ...

Anastacia: Anastacia (Epic)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, March 2004

FOR ANASTACIA, the three years since her second album Freak Of Nature confirmed her as the owner of the biggest set of lungs in pop, ...

Ashanti: Saviour Of The Ballad

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Q, August 2002

"LEAVE!" Ashanti Douglas is not amused. ...

Erykah Badu: New Amerykah Part One (4th World War)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, March 2008

IN 1997, from out of nowhere, Erykah Badu delivered one of the most significant albums of modern R&B. ...

Bat For Lashes: Two Suns

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, April 2009

CONCEPT ALBUMS are always a bad idea. Fact. Concepts take over; lyrics, melodies, songs merely a way of fulfilling them. The concept of Natasha "Bat ...

Victoria Beckham: Victoria Beckham

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2001

It's vocoder-a-go-go as Posh Spice gets personal ...

Natasha Bedingfield: Unwritten

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2004

SO IT'S OFFICIAL. Natasha Bedingfield is no longer just Daniel's little sister. That 'These Words' going to No.1 made chart history – making her and ...

Chris Brown: Exclusive

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, November 2007

IN THE ABSENCE of an identity of his own, 16-year-old Chris Brown borrowed Usher's for his self-titled 2005 debut. ...

Chris Brown: Chris Brown

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, February 2006

IN BROAD TERMS, the great and good of R&B can be split into two camps: those rewriting the rules of modern music, and those doin' ...

Busta Rhymes: A Drink With Busta Rhymes

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Esquire, 2003

ESQUIRE: What's your poison? ...

Mariah Carey: The Emancipation Of Mimi

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, April 2005

IN TRUTH, there's nothing more entertaining than watching a celebrity having a breakdown. ...

Mariah Carey: E=MC2 (Island)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, April 2008

MARIAH CAREY is famous for many things, but until now, being depressing wasn't one of them. ...

Ciara: Fantasy Ride (RCA)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, May 2009

AS MOVES GO, Ciara enlisting Justin Timberlake to help take her from niche R&B starlet all the way to the top of the charts was ...

Kelly Clarkson: Breakaway

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, July 2005

IT'S SAID THAT American's do everything bigger and better than everyone else. While, in most instances the second part of the claim is a matter ...

Coldcut: Ninja Tune: Way Of The Ninja

Profile and Interview by Dan Gennoe, 7, 2000

TEN YEARS AGO COLDCUT DECIDED THEY'D HAD ENOUGH OF TOP OF THE POPS AND SET-UP UP NINJA TUNE. XENCUTS, THE ORGY OF FREE-THINKING DECKS, BEATS ...

Dashboard Confessional: The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2002

IF THE "EMO" fraternity need a hero, Florida's Christopher Carrabba, aka Dashboard Confessional, is their man. Hurling a barrage of poetic abuse and violently chugging ...

Craig David

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Front, 2000

With The Artful Dodger and a cry of "Re-e-wind, the crowd say bo selecta!" Craig David boinked his way up the Christmas charts. Only God, ...

The Decemberists: The Crane Wife

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, January 2007

THE DECEMBERISTS are the brainchild of Portland-based songwriter Colin Meloy. Meloy's interests include eighth century poetry, singing in a North American-oldie-worldie-British-accent and prog rock. If ...

Eels: Shootenanny!

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, June 2003

EELS MAINSTAY E is a misunderstood man. Even his name is misunderstood – E apparently being Mark Oliver Everett's childhood nickname (all his friends were ...

Faith Evans: The First Lady (Capitol/EMI)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, 2005

UNFORTUNATELY FOR Faith Evans, no matter what she does nor how well she does it, her career will never be able to hold a candle ...

Faithless: Re-Perspective

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2002

AS THIS COLLECTION of reworked tracks from last year's Outrospective album makes all too clear, Faithless don't wear remixes well. So reliant are their songs ...

Faithless: Forever Faithless

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, May 2005

FAITHLESS'S SHOWINGS in the singles charts might not bag them as one of the biggest players of the '90s dance boom, but with 10 million ...

Faithless, John Martyn, Sister Bliss: Sister Bliss & John Martyn

Interview by Dan Gennoe, 7, February 2001

SHE'S THE FIRST LADY OF HOUSE, HE'S A LIVING FOLK LEGEND. SHE LIKES GOSPEL, HE LIKES JUNGLE. THEY ARE THE ODD COUPLE AND THEY'RE TAKING ...

Fatboy Slim: Why Try Harder – The Greatest Hits

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, June 2006

AS NATIONAL institutions go, few are as loved as Norman Cook. Taken to the nation's heart as much for the not-afraid-to-make-a-fool-of-himself attitude of his Hawaiian ...

Feeder: Echo Park (Echo ECHCD34)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, May 2001

Monster Munch: Will still leave you feeling hungry half an hour later. ...

Fergie: The Dutchess (Polydor)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, October 2006

IN THE case of the miraculous rebirth of the Black Eyed Peas, the question of just who reinvented who is one of chicken and egg ...

Foo Fighters, Nirvana: Monster of Rock: Dave Grohl

Profile and Interview by Dan Gennoe, Mail On Sunday, September 2007

DAVE GROHL IS TIRED. Pulling a back-crunching, jaw-cranking comedy stretch, he twists, grits his immaculate white teeth and let's out a little squeak. Finished, he ...

Fun Lovin' Criminals: Lock, Stock & One Smokin' Criminal

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Flipside, 1999

From the mean streets of New York to the palm trees of Hawaii, Flipside talks herbs, pasta, cocktails, garlic and garbage with Fun Lovin' Criminal ...

Goldfrapp: Felt Mountain

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, October 2000

OWING NO SMALL debt to an era when chilling strings and abstract electronica followed Michael Caine’s every move, and French pop was effortlessly romantic, the ...

Goldie Lookin' Chain: Safe As Fuck (Atlantic)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2005

THE PROBLEM WITH jokes is that they're only really funny the first time round. Nowhere is this truer than in music. ...

CeeLo Green: Cee Lo Green: Cee Lo Green And His Perfect Imperfections

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2002

Goodie Mob star scores another homerun for the Atlanta hip hop massive ...

Hard-Fi: Stars Of CCTV

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, July 2005

IF THE '90s indie-revolution taught us anything, it's to never get carried away. Just because it's part of a movement doesn't mean it's good. ...

Paris Hilton: Heir Raising: Paris Hilton: Paris Hilton (Warners) ***

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, September 2006

Not just an over-exposed millionairess, then. ...

Jamiroquai: A Funk Odyssey

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2001

JAMIROQUAI/JAY KAY has shrugged off many a jibe about his disco-funk devotion – not to mention hats, dancing... But if 16 million album sales haven't ...

Jamiroquai: Jay Kay: The Esquire Interview

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Esquire, 2001

THERE ARE DOGS and there are dogs. The two German Shepherds growling and baring teeth on the drive of Jay Kay's Buckinghamshire estate, are the ...

Jay Z: The Life And Times Of Jay-Z: An Interview

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Flipside, 1999

REMIND SHAWN CARTER, aka Jay-Z, that his last long player, Vol.2...Hard Knock Life, which spawned the Annie-sampling single of the same name, sold 5 million ...

Jay Z, R Kelly: R. Kelly & Jay-Z: Unfinished Business

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, October 2004

R. KELLY AND JAY-Z. Whichever way you cut it, it's an odd pairing. ...

Jennifer Lopez: Rebirth (Epic/Sony)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, February 2005

THE UNIVERSAL MAULING of 2003's dire rom-com Gigli must have come as something of a shock to Jennifer Lopez. It was the first clear sign ...

Joan As Policewoman: Joan As Police Woman: Real Life

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2007

FOR JOAN WASSER, having to defer her debut due to viola playing commitments with Antony And The Johnsons, Rufus Wainwright and Scissor Sisters was probably ...

The Jonas Brothers: Jonas Brothers: A Little Bit Longer

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2008

FOR THE UNINITIATED, the Jonas Brothers are the American Busted. Three nice middle class boys who've come to kick identikit, squeaky clean bubblegum pop into ...

Joss Stone: Mind, Body & Soul (Relentless/Virgin)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2004

ONLY six months ago Betty Wright was famous. A Grammy winning, soul singing, star of the '70s and '80s. Now she's just referred to as ...

Alicia Keys: As I Am

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, November 2007

THERE HAS to be a point where the wheels come off Alicia Keys' wagon. No one can be that good at everything. ...

Alicia Keys: The Diary Of Alicia Keys

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, January 2004

FOR ALL THE international superstars and great songs latter-day R&B's spawned, its tally of indispensable albums is shamefully low. ...

Avril Lavigne: Let Go

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, September 2002

A 17-YEAR-OLD skate chick with the face of a rebellious angel and attitude to match, singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne should be the answer to every record ...

John Legend: Get Lifted (Sony BMG)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, January 2005

WHILE R&B and hip hop albums are notoriously hit and miss in the quality stakes, for the last six years at least, there has been ...

Lemar: The Reason

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, November 2008

OBVIOUSLY LEMAR doesn't have Estelle's phone number. Shame. He could have called her for advice before setting off for America to record his fourth album. ...

Leona Lewis: Spirit (Sony BMG)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, November 2007

EASILY THE MOST significant thing about Leona Lewis's debut album is how long it's taken to appear. ...

Lil' Kim: The Naked Truth (Atlantic)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2005

IF TIMING IS everything, Lil' Kim's couldn't be much worse. ...

Jennifer Lopez: This Is Me…Then (Epic)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2002

Actress/diva switches on the autopilot ...

Jennifer Lopez: J.Lo

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, 2001

R&B’s ALL THE rage, yet memorable tunes like Sisqo's 'Thong Song' are few and far between. First single, 'Love Don't Cost A Thing', with its ...

Jennifer Lopez: On The 6

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 1999

Popstar/actress' debut album where she tried to topple Gloria Estefan. She didn't. ...

Madonna

Retrospective by Dan Gennoe, Q Icons, Fall 2004

THE EXECUTIVES at MTV must have thought God himself was shining a light on them. In 1984, for the first Video Music Awards, they needed ...

Madonna: American Life

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, April 2003

AS A single, Madonna's 'American Life' is both a clever cultural statement and a crushing disappointment. ...

Missy Elliott: The Cookbook (Atlantic/Goldmind)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, 2005

IN HER nine year career, Missy Elliott's barely put a foot wrong. And she's not about to start with album number six. ...

Moby: Last Night (Mute)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, May 2008

FOR A MINUTE there, it looked like it had all gone horribly wrong for Moby. The underground techno geek who shot from basement club obscurity ...

Alanis Morissette: The Collection (Maverick/Warners)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, December 2005

FEW ARTISTS manage to make a perfect album, let alone one which defines an era, changes the face of music and makes them the voice ...

Mr. Scruff: Mr Scruff: Trouser Jazz

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2002

A DEVOTEE OF jumble sale chic, Andy "Mr.Scruff" Carthy's curious cut'n'paste creations – made famous-ish by the vintage jazz scatting of single 'Get A Move ...

Mystery Jets: Twenty One

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, March 2008

BY THEIR OWN admission, the second album from Eel Pie Island's favourite young sons, Mystery Jets, is a very different record to 2006's Making Dens. ...

Nas: I Am… (Columbia)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 1999

1999: the year rap's most potent force joined the rank and file ...

Nelly: Sweat/Suit

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2004

ANYONE WHO bought Guns 'N' Roses' Use Your Illusion I and II knows that an artist releasing two albums at the same time is rarely ...

Outkast: OutKast: Idlewild

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2006

ANYONE FEARING that the Day-Glo brilliance of 2003's triple Grammy winner, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, might have marked the height of the Atlanta duo's R&B powers ...

Paolo Nutini: These Streets (Atlantic)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, June 2006

LOVE OR LOATHE the likes of James Blunt and David Gray — and by all accounts there are plenty on both sides of that particular ...

Phoenix: Alphabetical

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, June 2004

WHEN FRENCH POP did the unthinkable and became cool, Phoenix found themselves on the ones to watch list. Disappointingly they never got off it. The ...

Pink: I’m Not Dead

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, Spring 2006

AFTER INSTIGATING the '80s rock revival currently sweeping the hit factories of US pop, it's only fair that Pink should now get to be its ...

Pink: Killer Queen: Pink: Try This (Arista/BMG) ****

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, December 2003

Come in, Madonna, your time is finally up ...

Elvis Presley: Elvis: 2nd To None

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, October 2003

WHEN IS IT time to say no more, enough's enough? When does the careful reordering, repackaging and re-releasing of an icon's back catalogue become merciless ...

Prince: Musicology

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, April 2004

BEING A PRINCE fan is a thankless task. Second only to waiting for the return of Jesus himself, waiting for the greatest pop innovator of ...

Prince: The Man With No Name

Retrospective by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2004

NOTE: Article from a special edition of Q: 50 Years of Rock 'n' Roll 1954-2004 From Elvis to the Beatles ...

Finley Quaye

Interview by Dan Gennoe, 7, Summer 2000

HIS SUN-BLESSED DEBUT, MAVERICK A STRIKE, ESTABLISHED HIM AS A UNIQUELY GIFTED DUB-POP GENIUS. THE SUCCESS THAT FOLLOWED REPORTEDLY DROVE HIM TO THERAPY. WITH ANOTHER ...

Rihanna: A Girl Like Me (Def Jam/Mercury)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, April 2006

THINGS have moved fast for Rihanna since the Caribbean club strut of her debut single, 'Pon De Replay' became the car window shaking sound of ...

Rihanna: Good Girl Gone Bad (Def Jam/Mercury)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, June 2007

SOMEONE, somewhere is suddenly taking Rihanna a lot more seriously. Maybe it's the consistency with which her short career has delivered hits — step forward ...

Robin Thicke : Robin Thicke: Something Else (Star Trak/Interscope)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, October 2008

THAT ROBIN THICKE is a gifted singer and songwriter was never in question; last album, 2007's The Evolution Of Robin Thicke made his talents abundantly ...

Scissor Sisters: Ta-Dah

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, September 2006

IN 2004, NYC glitter ball funsters Scissor Sisters were, without question, Britain's most reliable source of pop hits. ...

S Club 7: Best… The Greatest Hits of S Club 7 (Polydor) ***

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2003

One final reminder that there really ain't no party like an… ...

S Club 7: Sunshine (Polydor) ****

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2001

Children In Need's favourite popstars finally move into Spice World. ...

Sia

Interview by Dan Gennoe, 7, 2001

Last year Sia, with a little help from Prokofiev, caused a unanimous dropping of jaws with her hip hop infused single taken for granted. A ...

Sia Interview

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Making Music, 2001

"PEOPLE USED TO SAY I looked like her and I used to be mortified." Sia, the diminutive Australian singer who injected a much need dose ...

Sia: Some People Have Real Problems (Monkey Puzzle)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, January 2008

FROM THE knowingness of her third album's title, to its resurgent positivity and rediscovered humour, it's clear that things are looking up for dysfunctionally seductive ...

Sia: She Should Be So Lucky

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Independent, The, February 2004

In 2000, Sia was hailed as the best thing to come out of Australia since Kylie. It proved a lot to live up to, she ...

Jessica Simpson: A Public Affair

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, February 2007

IF WISHING MADE it so, Jessica Simpson would be the biggest pop star on the planet. ...

Elliott Smith: New Moon

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, May 2007

IT'S A TESTAMENT to the immense songwriting genius of Elliott Smith that even his decade old cast-offs are worth hearing. It's also a massive relief. ...

Britney Spears: Britney

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2001

The all-American girl shows what she's really made of ...

Gwen Stefani: Girl Powered: Gwen Stefani: Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (Interscope/Polydor) ****

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, January 2005

The new first lady of pop has arrived ...

Stereophonics: The Stereophonics Interview

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Making Music, 1998

THE MINDS OF the Stereophonics are obviously somewhere else. As they're ushered through the rain from the tent where they've been signing autographs since finishing ...

Joss Stone: Joss Stick: Joss Stone

Interview by Dan Gennoe, Mail On Sunday, 2008

JOSS STONE is smoking a fag. Crouched on the pavement outside the BBC's Maida Vale studio, a grey cardigan pulled around her, a skinny roll-up ...

Swing Out Sister: Somewhere Deep In The Night

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, Spring 2002

'80s chart stars baulk the nostalgia circuit for Zero 7's atmospheric dimension. ...

Take That: Beautiful World (Polydor)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, November 2006

AND SO it is, Take That are resurrected. A pop band reborn. Not just with an anniversary exploiting greatest hits and a reunion tour, but ...

Take That: Never Forget: The Ultimate Collection (RCA)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, November 2005

SADLY, POP BANDS NEVER come to a happy end. And the bigger the band, the more painful the split. ...

Robin Thicke : Robin Thicke: The Evolution Of Robin Thicke (Star Trak/Interscope)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, July 2007

WHATEVER ELSE Robin Thicke is, he's not the "next Justin Timberlake". Nor is he "going to change music", as claimed by his current mentor and ...

Sandi Thom: Smile… It Confuses People

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, June 2006

EVEN WITH everyone now claiming to have been "discovered" on the internet, the story of latest overnight-online-success, twenty-four year-old Sandi Thom, is still pretty fantastic.  ...

TLC: 3D

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, January 2003

Atlanta R&B trio's ill fated fourth album ...

Martina Topley-Bird

Interview by Dan Gennoe, GQ, July 2004

MARTINA TOPLEY-BIRD'S debut album, Quixotic, has been a long time coming. So long in fact, that it's become the stuff of myth, with rumours of ...

Emiliana Torrini

Report and Interview by Dan Gennoe, Voyager, Winter 2004

"IT WAS MY absolute first experience of the healing power of music," says pocket-sized Icelandic-Italian singer Emiliana Torrini of her achingly beautiful second album, Fisherman's ...

KT Tunstall: Eye To The Telescope

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, December 2004

ANYONE WHO SAW the Scottish singer's TV debut, performing 'Black Horse And The Cherry Tree' on Later... With Jools Holland can't fail to have been ...

UNKLE: End Titles… Stories For Film (Surrender All)

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, August 2008

EXACTLY A DECADE ago, Psyence Fiction, the debut album from Mo' Wax label boss James Lavelle and his then musical partner DJ Shadow, stood as ...

Usher: Confessions (Arista)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, March 2004

MAKE NO MISTAKE, when it comes to R&B, Usher Raymond is a pro. His dedication to his art could never be questioned. ...

Velvet Revolver: And Now Let's Go Over to the Leather Report: Velvet Revolver

Profile and Interview by Dan Gennoe, Mail On Sunday, March 2008

IF THERE'S A definition of a rock star, Scott Weiland is it. The ever-present Aviator sunglasses; the hip-jutting swagger; the slow croak of an LA ...

Kanye West: 808s & Heartbreak

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, November 2008

AROUND THE RELEASE of last album, 2007's Graduation, something changed with Kanye West. The most infectious and commercially astute voice in hip hop added to ...

Wheatus: Hand Over Your Loved Ones

Review by Dan Gennoe, dotmusic.co.uk, August 2003

WHEATUS' BRENDAN B. Brown may have a whiny voice and sing comical, throwaway songs about mean people, but he's not stupid. Far from it. He ...

Amy Winehouse: Frank (Island) ****

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, December 2003

19-year-old Londoner gives polite jazz a slap. ...

Zero 7: Zero Tolerant

Interview by Dan Gennoe, 7, May 2001

HENRY BINNS & SAM HARDAKER'S FIRST TWO EPS PEGGED THEM AS THE BRITISH AIR. THEY WERE JUST THE TIP OF A VERY ETHEREAL ICEBERG. THEIR ...

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Way Of The Ninja: Ninja Tune Records

Retrospective and Interview by Dan Gennoe, New Routes, 2003

Dan Gennoe visits the HQ of boundary pushing independent record label Ninja Tune and views their break beat blueprint for world domination. ...

Rough Trade: The Second Coming

Profile and Interview by Dan Gennoe, British Council New Routes, 2006

IN THE WORLD of independent record labels, Rough Trade is a bona fide living legend. Born in the late '70s from the West London record ...

The Second Coming of Rough Trade

Report and Interview by Dan Gennoe, New Routes, Spring 2006

IN THE WORLD of independent record labels, Rough Trade is a bona fide living legend. Born in the late '70s from the West London record ...

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