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Comment by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, February 2003
Barney Hoskyns, co-author of The Mullet: Hairstyle of the Gods, hails Mullet Rocks!, a new compilation of bodacious bi-level hard rockers. Below we feature cool ...
Report and Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 25 March 1978
"Their quarters were filled with counterfeit sleep" Stephen King, The Shining ...
Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Detroit Metro Times, 14 August 2002
IT'S A SUNNY spring morning in the Motor City but the wind whipping across the Detroit River makes it feel a lot more like winter. ...
Interview by Norman Jopling, Cream, June 1973
BUTLER'S MUSIC Workshop is upstairs in a tatty warehouse building in Chicago's South Side, very near Chinatown and uncomfortably near Lake Michigan so it gets ...
Interview by Andy Schwartz, New York Rocker, June 1979
A WAS LOST. He pulled the Toyota over to the curb, parked, and flicked on the overhead light to check his road map. Should he ...
Amboy Dukes, The, Cannibal & The Headhunters, Chocolate Watch Band, The, Bobby Fuller Four, The , Good Rats, The, Remains, The, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, Seeds, The, Shadows Of Knight, The, Standells, The, 13th Floor Elevators, ? and the Mysterians, Knickerbockers, The, Electric Prunes, The: The A-Z of Punk
Overview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 17 July 1976
THE ORIGINAL idea behind this A-Z was to try and provide a guide to 'punk' as it's now generally understood, i.e. as much a question ...
Interview by Eric Weisbard, Spin, February 1996
POLITICAL OPPORTUNISTS MAY HAVE BRANDED TRENT REZNOR MORALLY REPUGNANT, BUT YOU BRANDED HIM SPIN'S ARTIST OF THE YEAR. SENIOR EDITOR ERIC WEISBARD JOURNEYS TO REZNOR'S ADOPTED ...
Retrospective and Interview by Kris Needs, MOJO, June 2006
In 1971 Manhattan, five teenage toughs in make-up, tried to kick-start the punk revolution. By 1976 the New York Dolls seemed finished, poleaxed by drugs, ...
Interview by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, 7 May 1977
Television's Tom Verlaine talks to Caroline Coon in Houston ...
Report by Byron Coley, New York Rocker, January 1979
"Louis bided his time, isolating Spain diplomatically, and acquainting his fellow rulers with the term devolution." — Encyclopedia Britannica Vol. VI, p. 1093 ...
Retrospective and Interview by Rob Hughes, Record Collector, January 2014
It's easy to forget how big an explosion Frankie Goes To Hollywood caused in the '80s. Rob Hughes peers through the cracked windows of the ...
Special Feature by Various Writers, Rock's Backpages, December 2009
NOTE: Some of these lists are ordered but many writers opted simply to provide lists in either alphabetical or no particular order. Some couldn't think ...
Interview by Ben Edmonds, MOJO, August 1996
To R.E.M.s Michael Stipe, she is "one of the premier artists of my lifetime Ive blindly stolen from her for years." To Bob Dylan, ...
Guide by William Higham, Rock's Backpages, August 2001
Chiming and choogling, winsomely pretty and archly melodic, freshfaced and faux-naif... yep, it's that formidable sub-genre POWER POP, a blissful marriage of melody and energy ...
Interview by Cameron Crowe, Playboy, September 1976
HE WAS ONCE a scruffy, honey-haired folk singer. Then an adamantly bisexual balladeer. Then a spacey, cropped-red-haired androgynous guitarist backed by a band called the ...
Interview by Fred Mills, Harp, January 2006
IN MID-2004 Robert Pollard announced he'd be shutting down his band of 21 years, Guided By Voices, following the release of the group's fifteenth full-length, ...
Retrospective and Interview by Ben Edmonds, MOJO, January 2000
Their cry was first heard in 1959. The Isley Brothers are about to enter their sixth decade of pop stardom. They inspired The Beatles, employed Hendrix, funked-up Neil Young and ...
Interview by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, The Guitar Greats (BBC Books), 1983
In 1969, The Who toured Britain, dragging around a support act who were, to say the least, an unknown quantity to all but a very ...
Book Excerpt by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, 'The Record Producers', 1982
THE YEARS BETWEEN 1971 and 1975 were tucked between psychedelia on the one hand and punk rock on the other, and while they featured country ...
Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, unpublished, Summer 2007
NOTE: This is a vastly expanded version of the Mitch Easter feature, "Perfect Sound Forever," written for issue #76, of Magnet, published summer 2007. Interviews ...
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