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Steven Daly

Steven Daly

Steven Daly became a contributing editor at Vanity Fair in May 1999. Prior to that, he was a contributor to Rolling Stone, Interview, and Spin, where he served as music editor from 1991 to 1992. He also served as the U.S. cultural correspondent for BBC Radio 1 from 1994 to 1997. Daly is a co-author of Alt.culture (HarperCollins, 1995) and of The Rock Snob's Dictionary (Broadway, 2005).

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Bush: Nirvanawannabes

Profile and Interview by Steven Daly, Rolling Stone, 18 April 1996

Steve Albini is working on their next album, and their lead singer is pals with Courtney Love. Does that make them a band to ridicule ...

De La Soul: Cool Hip Hop: De La Soul De-flowered

Interview by Steven Daly, Spin, May 1991

Declaring that De La Soul Is Dead, the beat-box beatniks turn ornery. Have they lost the plot? Or are they writing it? STEVEN DALY explains. ...

Primal Scream: Totally Stoned

Report and Interview by Steven Daly, Rolling Stone, 16 June 1994

PRIMAL SCREAM return to rock roots with Give Out but Don't Give Up. ...

Britney Spears: Inside the Mind (and Bedroom) of America's Teen Queen

Profile and Interview by Steven Daly, Rolling Stone, 15 April 1999

The child navigates becoming a woman while the former Mousketeer courts worldwide fame ...

The Sugarhill Gang: Hip-Hop Happens: The Sugarhill Gang's 'Rapper's Delight'

Retrospective and Interview by Steven Daly, Vanity Fair, November 2005

Released in 1979, the single 'Rapper's Delight' launched hip-hop as a multi-billion-dollar phenomenon. The opportunistic 15-minute track also revived the career of its producer, a ...

Tricky: On the Edge

Interview by Steven Daly, Rolling Stone, 14 November 1996

Each year, Rolling Stone looks to the far edges of rock & roll in search of new artists who march to the beat of a ...

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