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Adrian Sherwood

Adrian Sherwood

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Adrian Sherwood (2002)

Interview by Andy Gill, Rock's Backpages Audio, April 2002

Producer/record company boss Sherwood talks about his huge array of projects: starting the On-U Sound label; projects and artists such as African Head Charge, Tackhead and Dub Syndicate; making dub records until his friend Prince Far-I's murder; working with Keith LeBlanc, Doug Wimbish and Skip McDonald; remixing Primal Scream's Vanishing Point, and the perils and pleasures of remixing; working with Lee "Scratch" Perry, and artists like Sinead O'Connor; the 'Barmy Army' football songs; his solo album Never Trust a Hippy; recording and technology, and running a label, and quite a lot about kids' football!

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Adrian Sherwood: Ministry of Dub

Interview by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 16 August 1986

Producer ADRIAN SHERWOOD has spent a decade deconstructing and rebuilding music dubwise, from Ministry and New Age Steppers to Mark Stewart, Tack Head and Keith ...

On-U Sound: Circus Attractions

Report and Interview by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, 13 April 1991

This week, the On-U Sound takes its show on the road with 36 acts and five hours of murderous rhythm every night. IAN GITTINS joined ...

Adrian Sherwood: It's My Turn

Profile and Interview by Sheryl Garratt, The Guardian, 24 February 2003

THERE'S NOTHING about the outside of Adrian Sherwood's home in north London to explain why the likes of Sinead O'Connor, Sly and Robbie, Primal Scream ...

Adrian Sherwood is feeling the riddim

Retrospective and Interview by Nick Coleman, The New Zealand Herald, 25 November 2011

NOT MUCH reggae music came out of the Home Counties during the early 1970s, but an awful lot went in. More than you might think. ...

see also On-U Sound System

see also Tackhead

see also Fats Comet


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