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808 State: Interview with Graham Massey

Interview by David Hemingway, Record Collector, February 2005

THE APHEX TWIN'S Rephlex imprint is to release a duo of 'acid house' remixes of New Order tracks on 13 September. 'Blue Monday (So Hot ...

Aim, Rae & Christian: Grand Central: Label of Love

Profile by David Hemingway, Record Collector, February 2004

THE UK'S PREMIER soul label, Grand Central, has released music by a hip-hop artiste who cites the Smiths as his greatest influence, a future-funk musician ...

Belle And Sebastian: Belle and Sebastian: Trop Belle Pour Toi!!

Report and Interview by David Hemingway, Ian Watson, New Musical Express, August 1997

Once again, Glasgow has provided the world with something special. Belle and Sebastian will become one of the most important bands of the '90s. Oh ...

Matthew Herbert

Interview by David Hemingway, unpublished, 2002

House producer Matthew Herbert has made music from underwear, rodents and lazer eye surgery, remixed artists as disparate as Serge Gainsbourg and Moloko and is ...

Matthew Herbert, Matmos, Nymphomatriarch, Ultra-red, Matt Wand: Music From Unlikely Places: Nymphomatriarch, Matmos, Matthew Herbert, Ultra Red, Matt Wand

Review by David Hemingway, Guardian, The, April 2002

NOEL GALLAGHER may attribute Oasis's success to having simply written unpretentious, uncomplicated songs on his guitar, but not everyone shares this fascination with six strings. ...

M83

Profile and Interview by David Hemingway, XLR8R, July 2004

THOUGH THEY DESCRIBE their modus operandi as prosaically as "We do one layer of keyboards, then another, then another," M83 create a music that is ...

Kurt Ralske, Ultra Vivid Scene: Kurt Ralske: An Interview

Interview by David Hemingway, unpublished, March 2002

AUTHOR'S NOTE: This was intended as the basis for a feature in Alternative Press. It's never been previously published. ...

Smog

Profile and Interview by David Hemingway, Record Collector, July 2000

DESPITE WIELDING an acoustic guitar and piano, Bill Callahan of unrivalled miserabilists Smog happens to be one of America's most relevant music makers. With last ...

Wiley

Interview by David Hemingway, unpublished, September 2003

A transcript of an interview that subsequently became an XLR8R feature ...

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