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Kula Shaker

Kula Shaker

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Kula Shaker and the New Psychedelia

Report by Sylvie Simmons, Rolling Stone, 1996

BRITPOP’s ‘60s revivalism has brought in its wake all manner of cosmic hoo-hah. Hallucinogens have taken over from cigarettes-and-alcohol as the switched-on Englishman’s millenium-blues-buster of ...

Kula Shaker: K (Parlophone)

Review by Neil Kulkarni, Melody Maker, 14 September 1996

I'VE JUST BEEN informed by that porridge-faced wanker, Simon Mayo, that Kula Shaker are "the next Oasis". Of course, the obvious questions don't even get ...

Kula Shaker: They Camelot, They Saw, They Conquered

Interview by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, 21 September 1996

They rave about King Arthur And The Knights Of The Round Table, elevated consciousness and all things mystical. They predict — oh lordy! — imminent, ...

Kula Shaker: Heaven's Promise

Interview by Susan Corrigan, i-D, October 1996

A case of right band, wrong planet? ...

Kula Shaker: The Kilburn National, London

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, December 1996

JUST WHEN we’d accepted that Camden Town was the new Jerusalem and Noel and Liam God’s chosen, just when we declared we were glad to ...

Aerosmith and Kula Shaker On The Road

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, July 1997

The raddled and the fresh-faced. The stellar and the starry-eyed. The seen-it-all and the wannabes. Perhaps, harsh to say, the past and the future. It ...

Kula Shaker: Cool, karma & collected

Interview by Chris Roberts, Vox, May 1998

Those mystical'n'magical types, KULA SHAKER are back, and this time they're watching what they say. Which is no surprise after their last round of foot-in-mouth ...

Mum's the word

Overview by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 15 June 1998

They maybe rock icons, mad, bad and dangerous to know. But somewhere, some long-suffering woman remembers them in nappies. Caroline Sullivan on that great institution, ...

Kula Shaker: Peasants Pigs & Astronauts (Columbia) ***

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, March 1999

FOR A WHILE in 1996 it looked as though Kula Shaker were being watched over by the pantheon of gods and other bods portrayed on ...

Crispian Mills: Big Mouth Strikes Again

Profile and Interview by Tim Cooper, The Independent, 24 September 2007

Ten years ago, Kula Shaker's Crispian Mills revealed an admiration for the swastika, and the band imploded. Now they're back, and the lead singer is ...


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