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Wire – an interview

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Elliott Smith interviewed just before his death – by Rob Haynes

Elliott Smith died just over a decade ago. Rob Haynes interviewed just before his death

Crass interview, on stage in conversation – by John Robb

At Rebellion punk festival in 2010 John Robb interviewed several key figures from the history of punk on stage. The most anticpiated was an interview with Steve Ignorant and Penny Rimbaud formerly from Crass...

Jim Jarmusch, our favourite film director, interview – by Ian Johnston

He said, \'Jim, I cannot stop the rain but I can tell you if it will rain or not.\' I said, \'OK.\' He took this little leather bag out and rolled his bones out onto this table and examined them

Exclusive interview with Delphic – by John Robb

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Shane MacGowan interview

It's a long way to go… to Tipperary, for a pocketful of mumbles and a fucked liver

As a tribute to Captain Beefheart, an interview with The Magic Band from 2004 – by John Robb

Magic Band <strong> In 1994 Captain Beefheart's Magic band reformed for a series of gigs. Instead of being the usual money grabbing cashing in on a legacy...

Patti Smith on stage in conversation by John Robb (audio)

John Robb In conversation with Patti Smith on stage in Sheffield...

Aki from Fun Da Mental reports from Pakistan

As we traveled towards Noshera again, I reflected what I had seen on the previous visit to villages around Ahmanabad a few days before, it was about the worst the floods could get really, what else could water destroy?

Rudimentary Peni interview from 1982 – by Winston Smith

There was this band y'see, who played the most exciting, devilishly quirky punk that many people had ever heard, and who dressed in a way which the majority of those people had least expected them to.

2 7’s Clash the first instalment of Mick Middles epic take on Manchester punk 1977

Two Sevens Clash Dispatches from punk Manchester, 1977 If architecture is frozen music then what, one might feasibly ask, could be evoked by the stark concrete...

Garth Cartwright – by Cathi Unsworth

High Plains Drifter: Garth Cartwright by Cathi Unsworth. ”˜The soul of the US has been beaten black and blue, but I found plenty of it via...

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