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(British) Sea Power

(British) Sea Power

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Naval Gazing For Beginners: British Sea Power

Interview by Ben Thompson, The Independent, November 2000

DESPITE ITS GRANDIOSE name, North London indie refuge The Monarch is the sort of venue which often struggles for mythological significance. Yet when British Sea ...

British Sea Power: Night and Day, Manchester

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 24 October 2002

IF TOP OF THE POPS depicts current pop as an endless procession of identically styled wannabes with no discernible individuality, British Sea Power are determined ...

British Sea Power: Northsix, New York

Live Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 26 August 2003

NORTHSIX IS JUST a cinderblock box with cold metal pillars that reach from floor to ceiling, obstructing the view in what would otherwise be ideal ...

British Sea Power: The Decline Of British Sea Power

Review by Nick Southall, Stylus, 1 September 2003

WHAT IS THE POWER of the British sea? An odd thing, for sure. A five-piece from Brighton, guitars and keys and drums and voices and ...

British Sea Power: Rock Needs To Get Back To Nature

Comment by Ben Myers, The Guardian, 20 November 2007

Cities have been done to death. More rock bands should take inspiration from countryside, mountains and rivers - like British Sea Power ...

British Sea Power: The Old Market, Hove

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 26 March 2013

IF ANY CURRENT band could soundtrack Spirit of '45, Ken Loach's new documentary on Britain's post-war spirit of utopian belonging, it's British Sea Power. ...

British Sea Power: Metropolitan University, Leeds

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 11 April 2013

TEN YEARS AFTER THEIR DEBUT, The Decline of British Sea Power, the Brighton-based oddballs remain one of the most quixotic, enigmatic presences in British pop, ...

British Sea Power: From The Sea To The Land Beyond

Film/DVD/TV Review by Luke Turner, The Quietus, 11 December 2013

BRITISH SEA POWER'S rather schizophrenic identity has arguably been their commercial undoing. On one hand there's the indie group capable of writing songs with rousing ...

Sea Power: Everything Was Forever (Rough Trade)

Review by John Aizlewood, MOJO, March 2022

First album since they were British Sea Power. Their seventh in all.  ...


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