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Bomb The Bass: Into The Dragon (Rhythm King)

Review by Push, Melody Maker, 15 October 1988

IT'S IMPOSSIBLE to know where to begin with Bomb The Bass. Tim Simenon, part joker, part scientist, part funny, furry hat, doesn't know either, even ...

Bomb The Bass: Smiley's People

Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 3 December 1988

THE PHENOMENAL SUCCESS OF BOMB THE BASS THIS YEAR HAS USHERED IN A PLETHORA OF DJ CUT RECORDS WHICH ARE NOW ASCENDING THE CHARTS. EVERETT ...

Bomb The Bass: The Hawth Centre, Crawley

Live Review by Paolo Hewitt, New Musical Express, 10 December 1988

PUMP UP THE CONCEPT ...

Bomb the Bass: Tim Machine

Interview by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 9 February 1991

War broke out just as BOMB THE BASS released their first single for two years and the censors swooped. Now TIM SIMENON goes under his ...

Bomb The Bass: Subterania, London

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 18 May 1991

THE TRANSFORMATION is now complete. Tim Simenon has finally shaken off the last vestiges of novelty-type pop stardom and embraced a glorious future-funk noise. Anyone ...

Bomb The Bass: Seasonal Adjustment

Interview by Push, Melody Maker, 13 July 1991

TIM SIMENON shuts his eyes, shakes his head and through gritted teeth describes the last Bomb The Bass single, 'Love So True', as "a total ...

Bomb The Bass: Unknown Territory (Rhythm King)

Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 17 August 1991

WE NEED a new category – something like "progressive dance", or prog funk – to describe the new post-aciieed groups like 808 Slate, Bass-O-Matic and ...

Acid House: '88 State

Retrospective and Interview by Andy Crysell, New Musical Express, 25 April 1998

Disco biscuits, gurning, raves, sartorial bonkersness, and, um, Guru Josh! The ACID HOUSE scene brought us many things when it exploded in 1988; it also ...

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