Related Artists

Show more artists

Related Articles for: the smiths

  1. Tuborg Festival Blogger @ O2 Wireless

    ... winner ventures forth Reviews So the O2 Wireless Festival. Spanning four days at Hyde Park, London. The usual ... Playboys”, and the hits continued, closing with The Smiths’ “How Soon Is Now?” and “What She Said”, to raucous applause ...

    Read full article
  2. Tuborg Reader Review - Arcade Fire

    ... ------------------------------------------ Following the procession up the hill to finally arrive at the Victorian grandeur of ... Neon Bible – and the not so – the band covering The Smiths, New Order, and The Clash attentively and with such panache that the ...

    Read full article
  3. Morrissey - Years Of Refusal

    ... 40s, everything he has released has been dissected with the accuracy a vegetarian would cringe at. So enter ‘Years Of Refusal’, ... the album to great effect. Almost 25 years after The Smiths swept the country off its feet, turning everyone casually vegetarian and ...

    Read full article
  4. Black Kids Interview

    ... Features Within hours Regi Youngblood, the pensively spoken, fuzzy toped, cool cat from pop sensation Black Kids will ... any others? R: Yeah they’re all old school, The Smiths, Stone Roses, Suede and Cinerama, like that kind of stuff. C: ...

    Read full article
  5. Frequency Festival - Part Two

    ... to a truly spectacular barrage of noise. Meanwhile, along the sides of this vast hanger, numerous tired souls manage to sleep right ... the last few days, and one smaller room where we catch the Smiths’ Andy Rourke gently knocking out a few old Madchester classics via the ...

    Read full article
  6. Moshi Moshi – 10 years of the sublime Underground

    Possibly the finest UK indie Features Possibly the finest UK indie to have grown up over the last 10 years Moshi Moshi is the ... Moshi: ELO and Neil Diamond, Daft Punk and Lil Louis, The Smiths and My Bloody Valentine, Bob Dylan and Bill Callaghan, Pavement and the ...

    Read full article
  7. Six Pack - February 2009

    The month's best LPs including The Prodigy, Lily Allen and Trail of Dead... Features ... the ClashMusic.com review: “Almost 25 years after The Smiths swept the country off its feet, turning everyone casually vegetarian and ...

    Read full article
  8. Top Ten - Festival Rumours

    ... Features It seems no sooner has the last tent been abandoned amongst a sea of mud, topped with sporadic Kate ... IT YET BABY - 2007 Twenty years after splitting, The Smiths reportedly turned down nearly £3million to reform for last year’s ...

    Read full article
  9. In The City - Best of the Rest

    ... Features Continuing his trawl through the talent fest that was this year's In The City, James Masters picks out some ... tune “God Dammit Leroy” which follows the well worn Smiths / Killers’ take on modern guitar bands but Linda’s Nephew return to ...

    Read full article
  10. Schneider TM

    ... heart" Features Returning with the long-awaited follow-up to 2002’s ‘Zoomer’, Schneider TM’s creator ... acclaimed covers such as ‘Light 3000’, his take on The Smiths’ ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’, he was suggested as a ...

    Read full article

Pages