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  1. John Lydon Interview - Part 2

    ... each other. Poetry in motion! Rather than sterile words on a page. I see so many modern bands ignore that capability. There’s very many of ...

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  2. Four Tet Interview

    ... The fact that it probably says folktronica on my Wikipedia page, means that it’s around to stay. It’s become a story in itself.” ...

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  3. Andrea Parker

    ... nothing new. When she was just a child she hit the front page of a local Kent newspaper as a grubby and wild-eyed-kid being forced under ...

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  4. Clashmusic.com Vs Scroobius Pip

    ... and check out more of our coverage at our Off Guard Gigs hub page HERE . ...

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  5. Freak Out: Frank Zappa

    ... a newspaper in London,’ Frank interrupted, ‘nearly every page had stories of violence.’ ‘That’s true, but, compare the ...

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  6. Audiobulb - Label Q & A

    ... of compliments on a daily basis. If you look at our myspace page http://www.myspace.com/audiobulb you will find 500 positive comments! ...

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  7. Share The Joy: Vivian Girls

    ... it’s one of your favourite bands. We’re all on the same page when it comes to that. If that isn’t the way you’re making music then ...

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  8. Rock and Rules - Donovan

    ... lose your edge in a way, because the whole thing about the page on the Internet is one thing but the beautiful page of your magazine is another. What is the tool the arts bring to us? ...

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  9. Little Joy - Clash Q&A

    ... Check up on Little Joy’s movements on their MySpace page. The album ‘Little Joy’ is out now on Rough Trade, and the single ...

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  10. Alexis Korner

    ... other.” It was witnessing those two on stage when Jimmy Page (having jammed with Korner on-stage himself) knew he’d found his musical ...

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