The Durutti Column
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David Byrne, Durutti Column, Hugo Largo: ICA Benefit, Cambridge Theatre, London
Live Review by Barbara Ellen, New Musical Express, 9 July 1988
SATURDAY NIGHT, time yet again to support the arts at the second gig of the weekend to support the ICA and celebrate its 40th birthday. ...
A Certain Ratio, Durutti Column, Section 25, Blurt: ICA, London
Live Review by Chris Bohn, New Musical Express, 28 June 1980
THE FACTORY roadshow has taken to bringing their own clown to put on between acts, his name's Kevin Hewick and he attacks his dopey revelations ...
The Durutti Column: Columnar Collusions
Interview by Dave McCullough, Sounds, 16 August 1980
DURUTTI FRUTTI, THE DAVE McCULLOUGH FLAVOUR OF THE MONTH ...
The Durutti Column: Manchester University
Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 15 December 2003
THE DURUTTI COLUMN were the first signings to Factory Records before the label went all Joy Division-shaped. Frontman Vini Reilly co-wrote Morrissey's first solo hit ...
Durutti Column: Valuable Passages (Factory)
Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 3 January 1987
SOMETIMES, WHEN you're kept rooted at one spot by something, you stay. None the more sure about what it was that pushed you there, yet ...
The Durutti Column: Without Mercy (Factory)
Review by Martin Aston, Melody Maker, 8 December 1984
SO MUCH contemporary music strives to conquer eager hearts and incite itchy feet with bombastic crescendoes and prolific sloganeering, substituting the possible with the obvious, ...
The Durutti Column: the Emaciated Line Between Art and Ambience
Interview by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 2 February 1980
Max Bell spends a day at the Factory with The Durutti Column ...
The Durutti Column: The Return Of The Durutti Column (Factory); Jorma Kaukonen: Jorma (RCA Import)
Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 12 January 1980
West Coast comeback shock ...
The Durutti Column: Riverside Studios, London
Live Review by Neil Taylor, New Musical Express, 15 September 1984
SIXTY FOOT up in the Riverside gantry, amongst the clutter of microphones, lights, and soundmen, we witness the return of The Durutti Column. A grand ...
Into The Valley! The Deeply Vale Festival
Retrospective and Interview by Rob Hughes, Uncut, January 2015
1978. Hippies and punks come together at an idyllic free festival near Rochdale: "It was a really transformative moment!" ...
Anthony Wilson: Renaissance Manc
Interview by Stuart Maconie, New Musical Express, 30 November 1991
FACTORY: aloof, elegant, misunderstood Mancunian home of Joy Division, New Order, Happy Mondays, possibly the coolest record label in the world — but there are ...
see also Ed Banger & The Nosebleeds
see also Invisible Girls, The
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