• Flying Nun broadcast

    16 Mar 2012, 4:59 de Uhwelluh

    A three-hour show drawing on tracks from the first 15 years of the Flying Nun record label in roughly chronological order.

    3/11/12 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm AZ time

    1-Coalminer’s Song – The Gordons
    2-Billy Two – The Clean
    3-Something New – The Stones
    4-Crisis After Crisis – The Verlaines
    5-Maybe – Tall Dwarfs
    6-Rolling Moon – The Chills
    7-Ambivalence – Pin Group
    8-Obscurity Blues – Great Unwashed
    9-Hey Man – Alpaca Brothers
    10-You Say You – The Verlaines
    11-Others Way – DoubleHappys
    12-This Is The Way – The Chills
    13-Time Away – Goblin Mix
    14-Better Than Before – Sneaky Feelings
    15-Cactus Cat – Look Blue Go Purple
    16-The Boy With The Sad Hands – Jay Clarkson
    17-She Speeds – Straitjacket Fits
    18-Left Turns Right – This Kind of Punishment
    19-Night Of Chill Blue – The Chills
    20-The Slide – Tall Dwarfs
    21-North By North – The Bats
    22-Batwing – The Terminals
    23-Windy Day – Stephen
  • Interview with Gilles Yepremian

    9 Mar 2011, 8:41 de crow00

    Interview Transcript from Issue 13 & 14 of the fanzine D.A.S. (Doors Appreciation Society-UK)

    PART ONE (Issue No. 13 1994) of an Exclusive in depth interview with Gilles Yepremian, the man who befriended Jim Morrison during his last few weeks in Paris.

    Interview by Alan Rourke April 1994

    Q. How long have you been living in Paris?

    A. I was born in Paris.

    Q. What did you study at college?

    A. I studied law.

    Q. And what is your current job?

    A. I'm a manager of a French group called "Urban Sex" and we play sometimes in England – in Bath, Leeds and the International Festival Theatre in Birmingham and in London at the G.L.C. The last party was for the G.L.C.

    Q. Okay, can you tell me the story of how you met Jim in Paris and the time you met Jim and Pam on other occasions?

    A. It was four months before my 21st birthday. I was in this club, it was the rock scene of Paris at that period, Jim was completely drunk. …
  • Luke Haines: Bad Vibes

    11 Ene 2009, 2:24 de MileStyle

    For the past fifteen years Luke Haines has been producing a solid body of music in a number of different guises, the best known of which is The Auteurs. If you haven’t heard of him, it’s because his musical destiny is to forever sit on the periphery of the music scene. There was a time, in the early days, however, where he sought success but saw the ascending star of his band cruelly bumped aside in favour of the musical phenomenon of the mid-nineties, .

    Since then Haines’ career has been willfully contrarian, turning out radio friendly ditties about missing children, airplane accidents, and the rotten underbelly of British life, all served up with a dose of irony and venom. That he has taken that venom and placed it in a memoir, Bad Vibes (2009) is an exciting prospect, and its subtitle, Britpop and My Part in its Downfall, practically guarantees he won’t mince his words, given previous soundbites on the movement in the press.