Oasis-Kaiser Chiefs-Cold War Kids

Issue 31
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Oasis The Ultimate Rock And Roll Band

Clash was invited down to Oasis' privtae West London rehearsal space ahead of their forthcoming World tour and sat with each member to discuss this new era.

The Kaiser Chiefs "It's hard to persuade people that we're good!"

Behind every bruise is a quip. Rather, there is for the anecdotal tidal wave that is The Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson.

Stephen Stills Cancer, Obama and the long lost Hendrix duet

Best known as one quarter of the world's most successful supergroup, Stephen Stills is about to leave his friends at home and go it alone.

TV on the Radio Rewriting the musical handbook

Brooklyn's TV On The Radio are not your average band. For many, TVOTR are one of the most innovative and forward thinking bands in the World today.

Cold War Kids Probing the minds of the indie outsiders

How apt that a band named after Stalin should return to the musical fray as old rivalries are renewed between East and West...

Led Zeppelin Meet the real John Bonham

The death of John Bonham in 1980 signalled the irrevocable split of Led Zeppelin - so intrinsic was the drummer tothe band's sound that the three remaining Zeps wouldn't even consider carrying on with a replacement.

Psapp Clash chats to the German duo

"Galia's have a special resonance". Carim Clasmann - the male, non singing half of Domino recording act Psapp - is talking about the buttocks of his musical partner Galia Durant.

Album Spotlight

The Who - Quadrophenia

With internal bust-ups and tranquilizer overdoses punctuating a continuous creative power-struggle, The Who’s ‘rock opera’ Quadrophenia pushed the definition of a concept album to its limits.

Personality Clash

Los Campesinos! Vs Broken Social Scene

Tom Campesinos!, songwriter and guitarist of Cardiff’s indie-rockers Los Campesinos! has always cited Canadian super group Broken Social Scene as one of his big time influences and heroes. On only their seventh gig, the UK band supported them and they have been friends ever since.

Regulars
  • Write On Jon Savage on 80s Electro
  • Rock And Rules Velvet Revolver's Duff McKagan
  • Royal Academy Reviews Rock brothers face scholastic ears
  • Private Passions A Guy Called Gerald
  • Stalker Bob Dylan; the man, the myths
  • Polls Apart Fashion deviants in music
Album Reviews
  • Oasis
  • The Stills
  • Thievery Corporation
  • Dark Captain Light Captain
  • James Yuill
  • Asian Dub Foundation
  • The Dears
  • Bloc Party
  • The Kaiser Chiefs
  • The Walkmen
  • Peter, Bjorn & John
  • Kano

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