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Lisa Stansfield

Interview: Lisa Stansfield

by Serena Kutchinsky

Back in the early ’90s, Lisa Stansfield was nigh on ubiquitous. The success of All Around The World made her a household name and her…



Interview: Morcheeba


It’s all change for Morcheeba. After making their name in the late ’90s with soulful singles such as The Sea, original singer Skye Edwards has...

Interview – Pink


“I want to stay as a singer. I don’t want to lose my voice completely.” Pink, ne Alecia Moore, is having trouble adjusting to her...

Interview: Sam Obernik


Sam Obernik the vocalist seeped into clubland’s consciousness in 2002 with Tim Deluxe’s It Just Won’t Do – but she’s been around a while longer...

Interview – Switchfoot


With their fourth studio album, Californian surfers Switchfoot have struck gold.Well, double-platinum to be precise, because The Beautiful Letdown has sold two million copies in...

Interview – Zoe Birkett


Pop Idol made stars of Will Young, Gareth Gates and Darius – and now the highest placed girl is set for planet pop.Fourth-placed Zoe Birkett,...

Interview – JJ72


We meet up with JJ72 on their tour bus outside The Grand Theatre, Groningen, Holland, a few hours before they go on stage for EuroSonic...

Interview: Caliban


Since their emergence from the German underground in the late ’90s, Caliban have worked tirelessly to spread their music throughout their homeland, across Europe and,...


Flipron


Flipron are a four-piece band that produce an otherworldly collision of bittersweet melody and vaudeville panache.The band’s debut album Fancy Blues And Rustique Novelties features...

London Theatre Preview: Autumn 2005


London Theatre Preview, Autumn 2005Two Thousand Years by Mike Leigh, one of London’s theatre highlights this autumn.(Photo: John Haynes)The buzz and fuss of the Edinburgh...

Q&A: Jah Wobble


Since founding and subsequently splitting from Public Image Ltd, the band John Lydon joined following the death-and-destruction break-up of The Sex Pistols, bassist Jah Wobble...

Spotlight: Pavement – long live the underground


You may have heard the name once or twice, perhaps mentioned briefly in glossy music magazine, but the legacy began by 1980’s lo-fi recordings by...


Interview: James Yorkston


Edinburgh-based singer/songwriter James Yorkston’s music leans towards acoustic folk that has something of a timeless quality to it. Yorkston is supported by his group The...

Interview – Fairport Convention


When Fairport Convention tentatively formed in the house of guitarist and vocalist Simon Nicol in 1967, it may have seemed inconceivable to them that in...

Interview – The Calling


Los Angeles five-piece The Calling established themselves with the radio friendly rock sound of Wherever You Will Go.After a break of nearly three years, they’re...

Interview – Annie


If you haven’t heard much of Annie yet, it’s likely you will before too long.She’s been named the act to watch this year by the...

Interview – Death Cab For Cutie


Death Cab for Cutie are in the middle of the most important year of their careers to date.Having switched from an independent label to Atlantic,...

Interview – Gabrielle


When Gabrielle Bobb released her debut solo single in 1993 singing, “Dreams can come true,” she probably should have included the word “wildest” at the...

Interview – Jamie Cullum


To say that the last few months have been a whirlwind for Jamie Cullum would be an understatement on a par with saying that Gordon...