Issue 35

Featured in this issue…

The Prodigy “We are upfront aggression!”

Keith, Liam and Maxim are back, with a new label, a new album, and a new outlook, to prove that rumours of their demise have been GREATLY exaggerated…

The View The truth behind the tearaways

The Dundonian tearaways had a quiet 2008, recharging their batteries after a manic couple of years, and recording a new album. Now they’re back, and they’re raring to go…

Grandmaster Flash Lessons from the old skool

The hip-hop pioneer and all-around legend is back.

Elbow The inside story of an amazing year

Guy Garvey reflects on quite a year for the boys from Bury.

Octave One Welcome to techno's family affair

It’s a family affair for Detroit’s Burden brothers.

Beirut March of the Zapotecs

Beirut - AKA Zach Condon - is actually from America, he makes Eastern European influenced folk music, and recorded his album in Mexico.

Nickel Eye Strokes man goes it alone.

Strokes' bassist Nikolai Fraiture on his new folk influenced project

Album Spotlight

The Jam – ‘All Mod Cons’

In 1978, to a backdrop of tribal youth cultures and economic crisis, The Jam came of age with the release of their third album, ‘All Mod Cons’.

Personality Clash

Esser Vs Andy Bell

Wonky pop soloist Esser tackles Erasure’s Andy Bell.

  • Write On White Lies on hype
  • Rock and Rules Peter Hook
  • Royal Academy Reviews This month, songs of luuuuurve.
  • Private Passions Children’s books and Power Rangers
  • Stalker Morrissey
  • Polls Apart Nice set of euphemisms, mate!
Album Reviews
  • Various Production
  • Lily Allen
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Dark Was The Night
  • Aidan Moffat & The Best Ofs
  • War Child
  • Morrissey
  • Jesse Rose
  • The Prodigy
  • Hauschka
  • Spider and the Flies
  • Circlesquare

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