Art by Chris Adams
An interview with Irvine Welsh
Lollipop has a long history of making fun of stupid people, stupid trends, over-hyped movies, TV shows, bands, and anything else we see.
A nice little retrospective of an underrated band whose entire catalog you’d never bother to pick up. Over and out, captain. Bleep.
This LP is virtually an aural ice sculpture. Not that it sounds inhuman, exactly – it’s coolly synthesized, but not coldly synthetic.
Plastiscene have been seeing stars, awright – their names are Noel and Liam, of Oasis fame, fortune, and everything that goes with it.
An interview with Anton Newcombe
According to the press release, Pure Sugar are “an art thing,” “a love thing,” “a sex thing,” and “a way of life.” Thanks for telling me.
The idea behind these guys is that they combine good ol’ fashioned guitar rock with the techno-ambient-electronic pulse of the fewtcha.
As far as band names go, Haircut 100 has to be one of the daftest that anyone’s come up with, ever. This is the legacy that Nick Heyward has left us.
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