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Scissor Sisters

Scissor Sisters

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Scissor Sisters

Profile by Carol Cooper, The Village Voice, 4 June 2003

NO ONE-SENTENCE summation (no matter how correct or clever) really does justice to the Scissor Sisters. As a girdle-tight, piss-elegant rock unit unafraid to play ...

Scissor Sisters: Cut to the New York dolls

Interview by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 2 January 2004

Our critic goes to the cutting edge of glam as she meets Scissor Sisters, the band most likely to in 2004 ...

Fun with Filth: Scissor Sisters

Report and Interview by Paul Lester, The Guardian, 9 January 2004

They come from New York's shock art scene and they write songs about drugs, drag queens and cruising. Paul Lester meets clubland's hottest new act, ...

More Originality Please: The BRITS

Report by Gavin Martin, Daily Mirror, 10 February 2005

THE BRITS Awards Panel must be relieved that their 25th Anniversary coincided with a revival in the fortunes of new UK music makers. ...

Scissor Sisters: Ta-Dah

Review by Dan Gennoe,, 18 September 2006

IN 2004, NYC glitter ball funsters Scissor Sisters were, without question, Britain's most reliable source of pop hits. ...

The Scissor Sisters: Trafalgar Square, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 18 September 2006

THE FACT THAT New York's Scissor Sisters can fill Trafalgar Square and still, relatively speaking, not get arrested back home should be a matter of ...

Scissor Sisters: Ta-Dah (Polydor) ****

Review and Interview by Paul Lester, Uncut, October 2006


Scissor Sisters: O2 Arena, London

Live Review by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 30 July 2007

SCISSOR SISTERS' last hurrah before retreating to New York to start work on album No 3 should have been a camp carnival. ...

Siouxsie to Ana Matronic: 'I Get The Voodoo Thing. My Dad Milked Snakes'

Interview by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 7 September 2007

Scissor Sister Ana Matronic idolises Siouxsie – so we brought the two together to discuss punks, parents and the male ego. By Caroline Sullivan ...


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