Red Hot Chili Peppers-Matthew Herbert-Ryan Adams

Issue67/November 2011
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Red Hot Chili Peppers

It's a dizzying and confusing experience looking through the roll call of past and present Chili Peppers, but it's the constant throughout that's proven the key to their existence. Almost 30 years after their band's accidental formation, Anthony Kiedis and Flea are the glue that keeps it together...

Matthew Herbert

The sample-delic maverick has forged a musical album from a pig. And it's instrumental protest music. We step into the shit to find out why.

Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams is a changed man. The former alt.country wild child is now a picture of serenity. As Clash digs deeper, it seems loneliness and grief are at the core of his recent quietude.

Death Grip

Introducing the most visceral and essential hip-hop we've come across in years: Death Grips are raging against the machine.

Modeselektor

The boisterous Berlin duo increase their bothering of genres, make one of the year's finest dance albums in the process.

Steve Reich

At 75, Steve Reich stands as one of the most influential and innovative composers in modern music. Continuing his inclination towards the darker side of inspiration, his latest work is a personal, affecting and provocative interpretation of 9/11. Clash meets the man with the unfathomable mind.

Tony Bennett

Still going strong at eighty five, there is a little that perennially cool crooner hasn't seen or done. As he returns to duet with some famous friends, we trace his colourful past to discover the secrets behind his success.

Album Spotlight

Stevie Wonder - Songs In The Key Of Life

Personality Clash

Morrissey vs All The Young

The outspoken legend that is Morrissey gets in touch with his favourite newcomers All The Young

Regulars
  • Private Passions Theophilus London
  • In The Works The Maccabees
  • Rock And Rules Glen Campbell
  • Stalker PJ Harvey
  • Write On Jeffrey Lewis
  • Swan Song The Kills' Jamie Hince
Album Reviews
  • Rustie "Glass Swords"
  • The Whip "Wired Together"
  • Wilco "The Whole Love"
  • Justice "Audio, Audio, Audio"
  • We Were Promised Jetpacks "In The Pit Of The Stomach"
  • Lanterns On The Lake "Gracious Tide Take Me Home"
  • Zola Jesus "Conatus"
  • M88 "Hurry Up. We're Dreaming"
  • Noel Gallagher "Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds"
  • Tom Waits "Bad As Me'
  • Matthew Herbert "One Pig"
  • New Look "New Look"

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