Issue 62/June 2011

Featured in this issue…

The Italian Job Rome

One Italian composer. One pioneering producer. One plucky chanteuse. One prolific rock icon. ‘Rome’ is the product of four incredible personalities and one shared passion. Clash reveals the full story of an intrepid album that spans continents, decades, genres and age groups.

Burning Ambitions Friendly Fires

The British dancefloor stalwarts have returned - but they’re a little different from before. Clash caught up with the threesome as they attempt to infiltrate the mainstream...

One More For The Dreamers The Stone Roses

The Stone Roses were hailed as geniuses upon the release of their 1989 debut. Five years later, after court cases, protracted sessions and personality clashes, their second album threatened their whole reputation and career. This is the story of their ‘Second Coming’.

Watch The Scene Lady Chann

Lippy, feisty, and blazing a stage near you soon: up close and personal with Britain’s number one dancehall queen.

All Aboard Pete And The Pirates

Take five Reading boys, add a couple of guitars and a pinch of self deprecation and what do you get? A Donna Summer-inspired second album?!

Can't Be Caged Three Trapped Tigers

Unleashing the wickedly brutal beats of the enigmatic trio.

Electronic Fairytales Amon Tobin

The Brazilian electro-innovator is remodeling real life. Clash ventures into his synthesized visions.

Album Spotlight

Marvin Gaye - What's Going On

Personality Clash

Hip-hop supremo Afrika Bambataa meets Brit youngster DELS

  • Write On Wild Beasts' Hayden Thorpe
  • In The Works Bombay Bicycle Club
  • Royal Academy Reviews Robot songs
  • Swan Song Donovan
  • Stalker Dusty Springfield
  • Electric Selection Beats, bleeps and techno geeks
Album Reviews
  • TV On The Radio
  • Dutch Uncles
  • Three Trapped Tigers
  • Miles Kane
  • Beastie Boys
  • Mercury Rev
  • Wild Beasts
  • Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi
  • Fleet Foxes
  • Friendly Fires
  • Austra
  • Mona

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