Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins was behind the kit for one of the most iconic groups of the late ’70s and early ’80s. Now he’s got together […]Continue reading »
THE WILD BUNCH – New Book Tells The Story Of Massive Attack, Trip Hop And The Influential ‘Bristol Scene’
Emerging from the Bristol Party scene of the late 1980s, Massive Attack have been hailed as one of the most original and influential groups the […]Continue reading »
New Book ‘Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett To The Dark Side Of The Moon” By Bill Kopp To Be Released February 15, 2018!
Available February 15, 2017 from Rowman & Littlefield Publishing is Bill Kopp’s new book ‘Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett to the Dark Side of the Moon.’ In celebration of the 45th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon, Bill Kopp explores ingenuity with which Pink Floyd rebranded themselves following the 1968 departure of Syd Barrett. Not only did the band survive Barrett’s departure, but it went on to release landmark albums that continue to influence generations of musicians and fans.Continue reading »
Thomas Dolby is indeed a Connector. His book, ‘The Speed Of Sound’ is on the surface the story of his life to date: the first half about his music, and the second about his life as a pioneer in the computer industry in Silicon Valley.
Dig a little deeper though – and it won’t have to be too deep, and you realise that it’s really about his connections.Continue reading »
Carrie Hope Fletcher is a twenty four year old English author/musician/actress/blogger and YouTuber. She has released many books such as ‘All I Know Now’, ‘On The Other Side’ and ‘Winter’s Snow’. Carrie has amassed over 640,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel, ItsWayPastMyBedtime.Continue reading »
A fan of horror? Are zombies your thing? Then check out ‘The Enemy ‘by Charlie Higson.Continue reading »
We’ve caught up with Matteo Sedazzari, author of ‘A Crafty Cigarette: Tales Of A Teenage Mod’ and asked him six quick questions.Continue reading »
With a foreword by punk poet John Cooper Clarke, and a subtitle of ‘Tales Of A Teenage Mod’, you start out with a good idea of what to expect from Matteo Sedazzari’s story of a half English half Italian boy growing up in the leafy Surrey suburbs.Continue reading »