LCD Soundsystem-Best Of 2010-Cee Lo Green

Issue 57/January 2011
Clash Magazine issue 57
Featured in this issue…

LCD Soundsystem James Murphy self destructs

It’s the end of LCD as we know it. James Murphy faces up to his future as his massive dance juggernaut comes to a halt, theorizing on the paths he’s likely to follow and how to stay true to himself.

Best Of 2010 Year end round-up

Top 40 Albums, Best Newcomers, Best of Electric Selection, A Decade In Hip Hop

Cee Lo Green The lover man opens his heart

Larger than life and with the pipes to match, Cee Lo is still reeling from his time atop the charts. But just how is he surviving such massive global attention?

Chrissie Hynde J.P., Chrissie and the Fairground Boys

In other amorous couplings, The Pretenders’ legendary frontwoman found the perfect musical partnership in her former beau, and tells us all about it.

Sean Lennon The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

Pairing up with his girlfriend for their latest project, Lennon’s love makes for beautiful listening. Clash meet the pair high above London.

Miles Kane Exclusive fashion shoot

The former Rascal and Last Shadow Puppet discusses the pressures of going solo.

Shy FX The original gangster

On taking jungle to a crossover audience and why a visit to his barber changed his life.

Album Spotlight

The Who - My Generation

The Who’s debut album, ‘My Generation’, came after the band morphed from Beatles copyists to figureheads of teenage England amid a controversial management takeover and riotous live performances.

Personality Clash

David Rodigan Vs Alex Paterson

Dancehall DJ David Rodigan gets his chat on with The Orb’s Alex Paterson.

Regulars
  • Write On Stornoway look back on their amazing year
  • Ones To Watch Three breaking bands you really should know about.
  • Royal Academy Reviews Four snow songs given the academic treatment
  • Swan Song Alice Cooper considers his last day on Earth.
  • Stalker Ten things you never knew about Bruce springsteen.
  • Electric Selection Your regular injection of the fi nest dance music
Album Reviews
  • Daft Punk
  • Kanye West
  • Starkey
  • Simian Mobile Disco
  • Iggy Pop And James Williamson
  • The Orb & Youth
  • The Greenhornes
  • Duffy
  • Swedish House Mafia
  • Tanlines
  • Shackleton
  • Bobby Conn

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