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Manchester International festival announce bill for 2015"
Manchester International festival has announced it’s 2015 programme. It’ll include acts as diverse as: Gerhard Richter, Arvo Pärt, Björk, Ed Atkins, FKA twigs, Douglas Gordon, Hélène Grimaud, Charlotte Rampling, Nico Muhly, Paris Opera Ballet, Wayne McGregor, Olafur Eliasson, Jamie xx, Maxine Peake, Antony, Justin Fletcher, Arca, Invisible Dot Ltd, Damon Albarn, Rufus Norris, Moira Buffini and […]
Top 10 fave albums from Echo And The Bunnymen legend Will Sergeant : number 7"
7. In The Land Of Grey And Pink: Caravan When I was a kid twelve or so I used to listen to Liverpool’s Radio City in bed sometimes on a little transistor radio. The DJ at the time would play the track Golf Girl every night for some reason. I loved it’s quirky little trombone […]
Will Sergeant’s top 10 favourite albums : number 8"
8. Foxtrot: Genesis Sorry John don’t want to give you a punk rock heart attack! But this is a very important album to the development of my mind. The early Genesis albums opened up lot’s of possibilities with song writing. Even though they are down as progressive rock I see them as lot more than […]
Top 10 favourite album of Bunnymen legend Will Sergeant : number 9"
9. Another Green World: Brian Eno I saw Eno when he was in Roxy Music, and being someone who is always looking for the easy way out, I was drawn to the fact that he didn’t play that much, he pissed about with a Revox reel to reel machine he also twiddled a joystick on […]
Top 10 fave albums from Echo And The Bunnymen legend Will Sergeant : number 10"
10. Low: David Bowie I was already a massive Bowie fan when this came out I had all the Albums. Bowie and my other favourite space alien Brian Eno teamed up to create this strange concept of an album. Featuring some vocals with no words (just the sound of Bowies voice is enough) engulfed in […]