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Florence And The Machine, Let’s Eat Grandma, Garbage …Weekend Reads

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Let’s Eat Grandma

It’s fair to say Let’s Eat Grandma have been busy on the interviews front, as our weekly in-depth music features round-up demonstrates. Words were also penned about Florence And The Machine, Garbage, Run DMC, William Doyle (FKA East India Youth), Hatchie, Snail Mail, Mammút, Travis, John Coltrane, Morrissey, The Kinks, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Junglepussy and slowthai.


NPR: Florence Welch Is Thankful For Her Messy Teenage Years: ‘It Formed Me’ (Ari Shapiro)

NME: Shirley Manson reflects on fame, a cancer scare, ‘Version 2.0’ and what’s next for Garbage (Andrew Trendell)

Guardian: Let’s Eat Grandma on moving their music beyond the macabre (Alexandra Pollard)

Best Fit: Let’s Eat Grandma are here to confuse you (Steven Loftin)

Dork: Falling into Let’s Eat Grandma (Liam Konemann)

DIY: Listen Up: Let’s Eat Grandma (Will Richards)

Independent: The man who changed his mind: Why Fran Healy invited a journalist who hated Travis to make a film about them (Dave Pollock)

Noisey: The Rebirth of William Doyle, the Artist FKA East India Youth (Tom Connick)

Best Fit: Mammút have conquered Iceland and now it’s time for the world to hear them (Thomas Hannan)

Drowned in Sound: ”That would be  my utopia, a place where music talks back”: DiS meets Jenny Hval (Jasper Willems)

Guardian: A protest party is a fine riposte to the poisonous parody Morrissey is now (Simon Hattenstone)

Dork: Hatchie: “I’m still figuring it out” (Chris Taylor)

Independent: Ray Davies: ‘Everybody’s haunted by a secret’ (Roisin O’Connor)

Guardian: ‘We like a party!’ – why is Scottish pop so potent? (Sylvia Patterson)

Drowned in Sound: Down With The Kings: DiS meets Run DMC (Brian Comey)

DIY: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever: “People seem to find a lot of nostalgia in our music” (Will Richards)

Guardian: ‘It’s about time’: the black and Asian bands ‘decolonising’ British indie (Darren Loucaides)

Crack: slowthai: The Prince of Northampton (Joe Zadeh)

London in Stereo: Junglepussy interview (Katie Thomas)

The Quietus: How Did A Major Label Manage To Lose A John Coltrane Record? (Ted Gioia)

Upset: Snail Mail: “A lot of people don’t understand that being a woman isn’t a genre” (Sam Taylor)

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