374 articles found. Page 8 of 19. | Advanced Search
Interview by Robin Gibson, Sounds, 3 September 1988
What are THE PROCLAIMERS — Proddie libs, camp Stalinists or just a pair of swotty geeks? ROBIN GIBSON finds that ugly is only skin deep, and if ...
Review by David Quantick, NME, 11 March 1989
THE COVER OF The Style Council's most blatantly angry single, 'Walls Come Tumbling Down', bears not a picture of rioting or the Prime Minister on ...
Interview by Steven Wells, NME, 13 May 1989
Why does MR OSBOURNE bite the heads off small animals? Ozzy can. Get it? Is Oz a fat geriatric bastard who'd be better off playing ...
Live Review by Jack Barron, New Musical Express, 20 May 1989
HOUSE SEARCH ...
Review by Jon Wilde, Melody Maker, 9 June 1990
FOOL'S GOLD ...
Interview by Stuart Maconie, New Musical Express, 2 February 1991
Where would today's corpse-violating moshing madmen be without grebo gurus MOTORHEAD? Where indeed, cackles decent, fun-loving working class Tory and all-round smart geezer Lemmy and ...
Interview by Betty Page, Vox, March 1991
Exploiter or exploited? Rock Bitch or just bitched at? Either way Wendy James just lurrves the attention and the dosh. Betty Page probes for ...
Profile and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1991
"I ENJOY staying here," says Jim Kerr, the broth of his Glasgow accent as thick as ever. His upturned palms take in not only ...
Interview by Stephen Dalton, Vox, September 1991
A Top 20 Single in Britain, feted in the USA and Japan...Suddenly Carter are hot. But it's been a long, hard haul for this duo ...
Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, October 1991
Here he comes again: "pop's political conscience" in his dilapidated trousers and sensible shoes, worthily correcting the unenlightened and uplifting the downtrodden with his unsubtle ...
Profile by Martin Aston, Q, July 1992
AS SELF-EFFACING drummer Stephen Daly said, Orange Juice were "the smartest band on the island at the time. We had no affiliation with anyone ...
Report and Interview by Chas de Whalley, Vox, October 1992
Since their birth in the mid-'70s, independent labels have progressed from the bedroom to the boardroom. Now the majors are muscling in on the act ...
Live Review by Mat Snow, Q, May 1993
Songs in the key of Angst Minor. ...
Blur, David Bowie, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, Clash, The, Gallon Drunk, Jam, The, Kinks, The, Madness, Pet Shop Boys, Pogues, The, Rolling Stones, The, Sex Pistols, The, Small Faces, The, Suede, The The, Who, The: London: Ditty Old Town
Overview by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, 22 May 1993
From The Kinks to Carter, Bowie to Blur, the Small Faces to Suede, British pop groups have eulogised, mythologised, criticised, glamorised, immortalised, romanticised and agonised ...
Essay by Stephen Dalton, Vox, June 1993
Ever since Woody Guthrie scratched "This Guitar Kills Fascists" on his six-string, musicians have exploited rock's confrontational possibilities, from anti-racism to sexual revolution, in a ...
Report and Interview by Sheryl Garratt, The Face, July 1993
Hailed as a spokesman for the E generation, Jon Marsh is now following a path few would have predicted. With a much-underrated new album receiving ...
Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, October 1993
He split Britain's most loyally supported rock band to form a collective specializing in weedy white sould and ersatz jazz. He created "a Motown for ...
Interview by Dave Thompson, Alternative Press, October 1993
Go ahead. Hate this band, it's the cool thing to do. The punk rockers hate them because they've "sold out"; the mainstream hates them because ...
Profile and Interview by Kodwo Eshun, i-D, November 1993
Carleen Anderson was a member of James Brown's band. Then she sang with the Young Disciples. This month she releases her passionate solo debut — ...
Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 24 November 1993
ANYONE WHO doubts that a little fatherhood can be a dangerous thing should have been at the first of Paul Weller's two sold-out London gigs. ...
back to LIBRARY