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Interview by John Robb, Louder Than War, 2004

IN 1994 I INTERVIEWED a very new band called Kasabian. Their ambition has since been proven and they have made some of the best modern ...

Kasabian: Field Of Dreams

Interview by Dave Simpson, Guardian, The, June 2004

The true spirit of Glastonbury is alive and well — but you'll find it at a farm in Leicester not Somerset. Dave Simpson meets Kasabian ...


Report and Interview by Sheryl Garratt, Daily Telegraph, March 2005

THERE ARE many ways to reach a rock band's heart. Sex and drugs are the most tried and tested, but I've never found either very ...

Kasabian: Empire (Columbia) ***

Review by Andy Gill, Independent, The, August 2006

LIKE THEIR similarly immodest contemporaries Razorlight, Kasabian talk a good fight — or enough of a good fight, anyway, to make you overlook the shortfall ...

Kasabian: Empire (Sony/BMG) ****

Review and Interview by Paul Moody, Uncut, September 2006

Leicester's dance-rock ruffians continue their plan for global takeover with second album ...

Kasabian: Sweet & Tender Hooligans

Interview by Paul Moody, Uncut, October 2006

With a swaggering new album, and a killer live reputation, megaphone-mouthed Kasabian are a band so in demand that even Pete Townshend is prepared to ...

Kasabian: "We're for all the people stuck in crap jobs"

Interview by Dave Simpson, Guardian, The, December 2006

Kasabian have crossed swords with Keane, the Stones and even Showaddywaddy. But really they're just a bunch of ordinary lads who want to be loved. ...

Kasabian: West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum (Columbia) ****

Review by Andy Gill, Independent, The, June 2009

AFTER THE PATCHY RESPONSE duly bestowed upon the patchy Empire, Kasabian have wisely made a few changes for this much-improved follow-up. ...

Kasabian: Velociraptor!

Review by Ian Gittins, Virgin Media Music, September 2011

KASABIAN HAVE loudly proclaimed their fourth studio album to be a classic. This is no surprise: they always do. ...

Kasabian: Velociraptor! (Columbia) ****

Review by Gavin Martin, Uncut, October 2011

Leicester's psych-lad rockers shine on ambitious fourth ...

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