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Martha and The Muffins

Martha and The Muffins

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Martha and The Muffins: Greetings From Echo Beach

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 1 March 1980

THE TECHNIQUE is worn but fairly efficient. A pop music group assembles, shapes up, plays gigs, acquires some sort of following, signs with a record ...

Martha and the Muffins: The Marquee, London

Live Review by Betty Page, Sounds, 1 March 1980

ON THE strength of just one single, Martha And The Muffins have had the usual, obvious names thrown at them as influences: B52s, XTC, Blondie, ...

Martha and the Muffins

Interview by Jon Young, Trouser Press, April 1981

SPOT THE one that doesn't belong: (a) rock 'n' roll, (b) aggression, (c) rationality, (d) energy. Normally, of course, you'd say that being rational has ...

Martha and the Muffins: The Channel, Boston, Mass.

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, Record, July 1983

Martha and The Muffins In The Art-Funk League ...

Where Are They Now? Martha and the Muffins

Retrospective by Martin Aston, Q, February 1996

ONCE, CANADIAN new wavers Martha And The Muffins were "far away in time", via 'Echo Beach', Number 10 in March 1980. ...

One Hit Wonders: Martha and the Muffins' 'Echo Beach'

Retrospective and Interview by Kieron Tyler, MOJO, April 2006

MARTHA AND the Muffin's moodily reflective 'Echo Beach' is a new wave perennial, but somehow the Toronto band failed to score a follow-up British hit, ...


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