a little au revoir to Alan Vega, via thoughts on Suicide’s final show in the Barbican last year, and how age and wellness affect performance.
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An interview with Ulrika Spacek for tQ.
It’s been busy since the summer and I forgot to tell you all about it.
Reality Is Strange: An Interview With U.S. Girls (tQ)
Daylight Come: An Interview With Teeth Of The Sea (tQ)
Boundless Intonations: An Interview With Jessica Pratt (tQ)
THREE IN A ROW
Since my last post, I’ve been writing bits and bobs for The Quietus. First up, I interviewed one of my all time favourite bands, Lightning Bolt, about their album Fantasy Empire and the pains of being known.
I also reviewed the National Gallery’s Soundscapes exhibition.
And I also contributed to this Visions review – it’s still London’s best festival. Like if Field Day were inside and not populated by horrible, horrible humans.
Another favourite interview for Crack, this time with Seattle’s Chastity Belt.
Also, the ladies making the outdoors their bidnis.
First, an interview with Tom Vek for Crack Magazine.
Second, a review of Glass Animal’s Zaba.
ON THE SIDE OF ANGEL
Feature/interview with Angel Olsen for Crack Magazine. Also in the physical mag which you can pick up in the kinds of coffee shops that stock free sheet music mags.
She’s a bit grumpy but in a lovely way.
AU REVOIR SIMONE FEATURE/INTERVIEW/PHOTOS on the CRACK website and then in the mag