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13 Questions with Paul Simpson

When punk burst out of London and into the provinces back in the late 70s, a schism developed quite quickly.  There seemed to be two ways to go when it came to forming a band. Firstly there was the standard thrash approach popularised by the 2nd wave of punk bands, such as The Lurkers, and […]

My Bloody Valentine’s Isn’t Anything

Legend has it that the band were existing on an average of two hours sleep a night during the recording. Something that Bilinda Butcher says contributed to the album’s dream-like sounds and the almost there quality of the vocals .

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