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Interview by Barbara Ellen, The Observer, 31 October 1999
Both "spokesmen" for their respective generations, it's perhaps unsurprising that the men behind the Jam and Oasis became friends. Here, they talk frankly together for ...
Live Review by Neil Kulkarni, Melody Maker, 2 September 1995
IT'S POURING OFF ME. Pure f***ing rage. See, the enemy isn't hoary rockers. It isn't Britpoppers, soul-sincerity dullards or synthetic chart popsters, although they all ...
Essay by Jon Savage, The Guardian, 4 July 1997
Pop music is booming, right? British bands are taking over the world, right? Wrong. The yobbish lads of Brit rock are about to hit the ...
Interview by Elaine Cusack, Guitar, February 1995
JUST WHO do Gene think they are? Appearing out of nowhere last spring, the London-based quartet produced three highly contagious singles, had journalists fawning all ...
Live Review by Lucy O'Brien, Q, February 2000
Oasis's American concerts provided tantalising glimpses of their sprightlier, less bald new direction. Lucy O’Brien was there. ...
Report and Interview by Dave Thompson, Alternative Press, 1997
HE'S A DIFFICULT bugger, everyone says so. David McAlmont said so, as he walked away from a potentially chart-topping partnership, complaining the guitarist was ...
Review by Stuart Maconie, Q, June 1994
TO USE the vernacular of our friends in the American therapy industry, today's music business is not "a nurturing environment". One might use the expression ...
Interview by John Robb, Melody Maker, 14 October 1995
NORTHERN UPROAR are the latest rock 'n' roll delinquents from Manchester. JOHN ROBB — who produced the B-side to their debut single! — hails the ...
Report by David Sinclair, Rolling Stone, 9 March 1995
IS THE NEWEST WAVE FROM THE U.K. A WASHOUT? ...
Retrospective by Wayne Robins, Copper, 30 November 2020
THERE IS A Saturday Night Live sketch from 1996 in which then Prime Minister John Major (Mike Myers) partakes in the traditional 15 minutes of ...
Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, January 1998
What a shoddy old year it's been for Oasis. Only six million copies of Be Here Now shifted. Only voted The Best Act In The ...
Interview by Max Bell, Vox, November 1994
Mr Cholmondley-Warner may not have rated Blur good enough for the Mercury Music Prize, but Damon Albarn isn't losing sleep over it — hit singles, ...
Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 9 May 1998
So you thought SHED SEVEN were boring? Hah! Well that was before the band's first ever interesting interview. Hold on to your seats, you're in ...
Interview by Simon Price, Melody Maker, 14 October 1995
Oh, how they laughed when MM plucked MENSWE@R out of obscurity and put them on the cover in February. The laughter stopped when the Swe@r ...
Overview by Barney Hoskyns, Musician, July 1996
"Oasis must die. Do not buy Oasis records. They will come to rape and pillage our women and invade America."(Courtney Love on the Net, early ...
Profile and Interview by Martin Aston, Select, March 1996
A STANDARD semi-detached on Oxford's fashionably downbeat Cowley Road appears an unlikely HQ for the UK's "hottest new band" (copyright the typically finger-not-on-the-pulse Today newspaper) ...
Interview by Caitlin Moran, Melody Maker, 4 February 1995
"THE THING IS, we won't let anyone down." ...
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 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 ...
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