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Retrospective and Interview by Simon Reynolds, The Guardian, 24 October 2007
"I COULD HARDLY recognise him at first," says Kevin Ayers. "But there, under that great beard, was Robert and he hadn't changed a bit." The ...
Report and Interview by Ted Kessler, NME, 19 November 1994
Sacre bleurgh! Parisian hoteliers flee through the boulevards as la creme de Brit indie culture — i.e., OASIS, SHED SEVEN, ELASTICA, ECHOBELLY and GENE — ...
Interview by Johnny Cigarettes, New Musical Express, 4 February 1995
The meteoric rise of SLEEPER is matched only by the meteoric speed of singer LOUISE WENER's gob. Anti-feminism, anti-PC, anti-voting but pro shagging, drinking and ...
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 ...
Report by Lesley White, The Face, June 1984
For two days the town slept uneasily, anticipating events prophesied by dark whispers in the roadside inns. As the pilgrims gathered by their tents, huddled ...
Report and Interview by Dave DiMartino, Creem, August 1982
Just A Coupla White Guys Sittin' Around, Makin' Money, etc. ...
Interview by Paolo Hewitt, Melody Maker, 20 March 1982
HAIRCUT ONE HUNDRED suffer white line fever. Paulo Hewitt pops the questions. ...
Interview by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, 28 June 1986
"ALTHOUGH I AM honest, I will deal with an interview with the confidence of GEORGE MICHAEL, POP STAR. And the way I deal with people ...
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 ...
Report by Dave McCullough, Sounds, 15 September 1979
DAVE McCULLOUGH GOES STRICTLY DUBLIN-WISE AND UNEARTHS A BUNCH OF EXCITING NEW SOUTHERN IRISH ACTS ...
Interview by Richard Grabel, New York Rocker, July 1980
OUTSIDE ON Eighth Street, among the pizza parlors and shoe stores, it's early evening. Inside Electric Lady studios, the house that Jimi built, it could ...
Retrospective by Stephen Dalton, Classic Rock, October 2012
"When big money moves in, big money doesn't fuck around…" ...
Retrospective and Interview by Chas de Whalley, Record Collector, 1 September 2004
I FIRST MET U2's manager Paul McGuiness sometime in February 1979. He was on a trip to London doing the rounds of the record companies ...
Retrospective by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 17 July 1982
Who the Hell is ALEISTER CROWLEY and why do pop people keep saying weird things about him? asks Sandy Robertson. ...
Interview by Tim Cooper, The Independent, 26 October 2007
What happens when indie-rockers get together with a Grammy-winning composer? Kaiser Chiefs and David Arnold chat before their Electric Prom tonight. ...
Interview by Susan Corrigan, i-D, December 1994
London lads on the pull or just taking the piss? Blur are this year's Brit pop sensations, defining a bold New Englishness out of smart ...
Retrospective and Interview by David Burke, Classic Pop, June 2018
IT WAS A party staged to express solidarity with the world's most famous political prisoner, while concurrently expressing vehement opposition to an overtly racist system ...
Interview by Ben Thompson, The Observer, 25 April 2004
'I LOVE THE NAME "The Streets",' muses 24 year-old Mike Skinner - at once the mercurial creative-director, canny CEO and flaky spokesmodel of that thriving ...
Interview by Dave McCullough, Sounds, 7 June 1980
Dave McCullough suddenly discovers unexpected subtleties, lurking within 'the tatty tinkle of rude boy muzak'. And not because he's just found out that the Beat ...
Interview by Alan Light, Relix, July 2012
"WITH THE FACES, you never know what's going to happen." It's a theme that comes up again and again in conversation with Ronnie Wood and ...
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