Originally run on PennyBlackMusic. Interview and feature by David McNamee in Hull, who later (briefly) became editor of Plan B Magazine. WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE MUSIC PRESS? It died a death. After reading Laura Branch’s recent interview with Alexander Bailey of the indie label Radio Khartoum, I was reconciled to the notion of label as auteur. […]
This reminds me of Steve Gullick – and that will never make me unhappy.
Sometime soon, I need to wake myself up. This abject surrender, this kissing with my eyes open, serves me no good whatsoever.
This is the cold moonlight, the guitar picking out gentle beauty amid the red sky’s forked lightning.
There is so much that exists within the canon of pop music that I cannot even begin to dream of.
Years later we were still talking about that night.
Damn. The Dirtbombs have a new album coming out. Damn. You know how exciting that is? Damn. Have you actually heard it? DAMN!