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The Mo-dettes: Fast, Loud, Pretty

Profile and Interview by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 18 August 1979

MET THEM ON A Monday, the Coca Cola spilt over the tape machine, and my MRX2 Oxide 45 mins each side @ 1 7/8 i.p.s. ...

The Mo-dettes

Interview by Kris Needs, ZigZag, December 1979

"WE DON'T WANT to be a cult," says Kate, the guitarist.It's Mo-dettes. Not Modettes. ...

The Mo-dettes: The Bridge House, Canning Town, London

Live Review by Garry Bushell, Sounds, 9 February 1980

THE TYPE of people who write about The Mo-Dettes in the music mess (and wrap them up in their own self-conscious hypes and silly self-deceits) ...

Women in Rock: Cute, Cute, Cutesy Goodbye

Interview by Deanne Pearson, New Musical Express, 29 March 1980

Exploited for the last two decades as dumb but pretty decorations in rock, some girls now demand and deserve musical respect — but some girls ...

Mo-dettes: Mini Metro

Interview by Deanne Pearson, Trax, 11 February 1981

Mix, Match 'n' Make-Up On The Fashion Underground ...

The Mo-dettes: The Story So Far (Cherry Red)

Sleevenotes by Alex Ogg, Cherry Red, December 2008

THE MO-DETTES first emerged towards the end of 1978, after guitarist Kate Korus (aka Katherine Corris, formerly of the Slits) and drummer June Miles-Kingston met ...

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