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Prince’s Revolution in MOJO

It’s 1989, I’m 13, and perhaps the only thing that rivals my love for music is my obsession (since abated) for superhero comics. And 1989 is a good year to be a fan of superhero comics, as Tim Burton’s much-anticipated … Continue reading

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THEE OH SEES / NATALIE PRASS / VENUE CLOSURES

Hello, One thing you need to know about me is, I’m really bad at updating my website. SO, in last month’s MOJO, I raved at length about Natalie Prass’s new album, The Future And The Past, which every home should … Continue reading

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SMASHING PUMPKINS in KERRANG!

Hey! I have a cover feature on Smashing Pumpkins in the latest issue of Kerrang!, on newsstands now, tracing the group’s history upon news of their forthcoming reunion tour and album. So buy it, it’ll be something to read during … Continue reading

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Jack White in MOJO

                                    So many reasons to buy the new MOJO: Keith Cameron’s fab, in-depth interview with Neil Young and profile of the grunge grandpapa … Continue reading

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LED ZEPPELIN cover feature in PLANET ROCK

Hello! Planet Rock magazine‘s sixth issue hits newsstands (an Americanism, but as I grew up reading Stan Lee’s Bullpen Bulletins I’m sticking with it, thank you) today. Led Zeppelin are on the cover – all four covers, actually (gotta catch … Continue reading

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KNOW YOUR ENEMY essay in new KERRANG!

Hey! With the assistance of Phearless Phil Alexander (which, as you’ll learn tomorrow, will be a recurring theme this week), I wrote an essay on the importance of protest music in today’s uniquely terrifying age in the latest issue of … Continue reading

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Young Fathers in MOJO / Lots of METAL in the Guardian

Happy New Year! Last December, on what felt like the coldest day of the year, I visited the cosy studio of inspired, Mercury-winning Edinburgh idiosyncrats Young Fathers to discuss their deftly perverse new LP Cocoa Sugar. I had so much … Continue reading

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