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Lo Fidelity Allstars

Lo Fidelity Allstars

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Lo-Fidelity Allstars: Allstars In Your Eyes

Report and Interview by Neil Mason, Melody Maker, 18 October 1997

LO-FIDELITY ALLSTARS are gonna be massive. Who says? They do. And we agree. We join them on the UK tour everyone will claim to have ...

Arab Strap, Campag Velocet et al: Breezeblock Rockin' Beats

Report by Andy Crysell, New Musical Express, 9 May 1998

Take an assorted bunch of like-minded skunk rockers, big beaters and eclectic groovers, ply with brain-curdling tequila'n'ale cocktails, and then put them out LIVE! on ...

Mind Blowing!: Lo-Fidelity Allstars: How To Operate With A Blown Mind (Skint) *****

Review by Andy Crysell, Vox, June 1998

Violently impressive debut from the new pop/funk/rap/punk/techno/everything else heroes ...

Lo-Fidelity Allstars: The Cockpit, Leeds

Live Review by Dave Simpson, Melody Maker, 20 June 1998


Out To Lurch: Lo-Fidelity All-Stars' How to Operate with a Blown Mind

Review by RJ Smith, The Village Voice, 19 January 1999

MAYBE THE SWELLEST thing about the first wave of electroboogie funk in the early '80s, 'Planet Rock' and the Jonzun Crew, Space Invaders and all ...

Big Beat: Dance Music From England With a Dark Side

Report by Simon Reynolds, The New York Times, 7 March 1999

BIG BEAT, a boisterous hybrid of hip-hop and house music, is currently the most popular dance style in Britain. ...


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