Weekend Reads

Daphne & Celeste, Judas Priest, Manic Street Preachers… Weekend Reads



Daphne & Celeste

Daphne & Celeste

Already it’s week two of our new(ish) series of weekendy reads, with links to in depth music feature pieces out there on the interwebs which somehow our writers did not write. You can find an index of this series here.

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i-D: Daphne and Celeste are back… again (Michael Cragg)

Guardian: How an ex-Vegas dancer made the first Cornish-language psych-pop album (Alexis Petridis)

Noisey: The Enduring Humanity of Rob Halford, Metal God (Kim Kelly)

The Quietus: It Burns! It Burns!: 20 Greatest Turkish Psych Tracks (Daniel Spicer)

Clash: Painted With Fire: Manic Street Preachers Interviewed (Robin Murray)

i-D: This Tehran producer spent ten years making an album about extremism (Niloufar Haidari)

Vulture: In Conversation: Julian Casablancas (David Marchese)

NME: Million Dollar Baby (Larry Bartleet)

Guardian: ‘You expect us not to call you out?’ – Camp Cope and the Australian musicians fighting industry sexism (Kate Hennessy)

Noisey: Loyle Carner: “People Are Caught Up in Certain Ideas of Masculinity” (Tom Ward)

Best Fit: The Curious Case of Spector (Elly Watson)

NPR: This Old Dog: Mac DeMarco On Growing Up And Getting Personal (Alexi Horowitz-Ghazi)

The Quietus: Expert Introductions: The Quietus’ Top 40 Genre Compilation Albums (Jennifer Allan et al)

Independent: David Byrne on new album: It portrays the state of America: who we are, who we hope to be, all this kind of thing (Rob Tennenbaum)



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