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Siouxsie & The Banshees on their imperial phase in the ’80s: “We pushed ourselves beyond the realm of safety”

In 1979, Siouxsie & The Banshees came back from the dead. Abandoned mid-tour by disgruntled band members, they recruited innovative drummer Budgie and virtuoso guitarist John McGeoch – and recorded a trio of classic albums, including their 1981 masterpiece, Juju. But at what price?

The Replacements on their (im)modest beginnings: “We had nothing to offer but piss, vinegar and songs”

As a new boxset celebrates the ’Mats earliest recordings, we return to Minneapolis at the start of the ’80s to explore their (im)modest beginnings. Join us in the basement of 3628 Bryant Avenue, where things are about to get loud

Ray and Dave Davies on the Everly Brothers: “A spark of life that stays in the grooves”

With the death of Don Everly, time has finally been called on The Everly Brothers. We reflect on the pioneering music made by Don and his brother Phil, while Ray and Dave Davies recall the impact the Everlys had on a generation of musicians.
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