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Big Black: Songs About F****** (Blast First BFFP 19/CD)*****

Review by Neil Perry, Sounds, September 1987

INTO THE BLACK HOLE ...

Steve Albini: Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em

Interview by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, November 1992

Big Black (1981-1987) were one of the most influential bands of the Eighties. Industrial music, 'skronk' rock, New York noisecore, British indiepop, Nirvana, Ministry, Suede, ...

The Hard Golden Tone of Shellac: An Interview with Steve Albini

Interview by Ian Christe, Warp, 1994

MICROPHONE CONNOISSEUR and billiardsman Steve Albini has recorded albums for the Pixies, Nirvana, the Jesus Lizard, and PJ Harvey. He doesn’t know when to ...

Sonic Youth And the Blast First Axis

Essay by David Stubbs, Wire, The, February 2009

AS FAR AS many people were concerned in the 80s, in the UK in particular, rock was a discredited medium. ...

Sonic Youth and the Blast First axis

Retrospective by David Stubbs, Wire, The, February 2013

A previously unpublished essay by David Stubbs, on Paul Smith's Blast First label and Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon's Sonic Youth. ...

see also Steve Albini

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