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Reprisal (2003)

Sweet - Reprisal

Often acclaimed in their lifetime fire and brimstone industrial post-goth rockers Swans are back in the public eye with the re-release of their 'Children of God', 'World of Skin' and 'Swans of Dead' CDs. Jon Rogers finds little to feel joyful about



Pretty Things
Interview Pretty Things - Interview

Lisa Torem speaks to Phil May from legendary 60's group the Pretty Things about his band's history of over fifty years and their new album ‘The Sweet Pretty Things (Are in Bed Now, Of Course…)’

Paul Clerehugh
Interview Paul Clerehugh - Interview

Nick Dent-Robinson talks to former Sweet and Toy Dolls guitarist and restaurateur Paul Clerehugh about his Oxfordshire-based musicians' pub, the Crooked Billet

Jon Allen
Interview This Will Destroy You - Interview

Winchester-based singer-songwriter Jon Allen speaks to Spencer Robertshaw before a show in Leeds about his latest solo album, 'Sweet Deceit'

Interview Posies - Interview

The Posies have recently returned with their first album in four years, the sour-sweet ‘Blood/Candy’. Singer and guitarist Jon Auer talks to John Clarkson about it and his and his band mate and co-songwriter Ken Stringfellow’s successful long musical partnership of over twenty years

Sweet Billy Pilgrim
Interview Sweet Billy Pilgrim - Interview

Critically acclaimed rising London-based trio Sweet Billy Pilgrim have just released their second album, 'Twice Born Men'. Singer Tim Elsenburg speaks to John Clarkson about it and how his band have taken their impossible-to-replicate studio album into the live setting

Interview Copenhagen - Interview

Evocative and haunting, Copenhagen are one of the more unorthodox bands based in London. Dominic Simpson speaks to members Neil Henderson and Kirsa Wilkenschildt about the group's confessional, orchestral baroque sound and their new album, 'Sweet Dreams'

Jesse Sykes and the Hereafter
Interview Miscellaneous - Interview

One of the rising stars of alt.country , Jesse Sykes' new band the Sweet Hereafter was born out of a troubled past, and features former Whiskeytown guitarist Phil Wandscher. John Clarkson speaks to her about its debut album, 'Reckless Burning'

An American Starlet
Interview An American Starlet - Interview

An American Starlet is a new act from San Francisco, which has recently self- released its debut album 'Sweet Country Lullabies from An American Starlet' on its own Starletsweb label. The group, which was born out of the ashes of two other Bay Area band

Regulations and the Sweet Janes
End Hits, Ottawa, 30/10/2006 Regulations - End Hits, Ottawa, 30/10/2006

In the basement of Ottawa record store End Hits Andrew Carver watches Scandinavian punks the Regulations and local band the Sweet Janes play exuberant sets


Neil Innes
How Sweet To Be An Idiot Neil Innes - How Sweet To Be An Idiot

In our 'Re: View' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, Tommy Gunnarsson finds something for almost everyone in Neil Innes' 1972 debut solo album 'How Sweet To Be An Idiot', which is being reissued in an expanded version.


Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll
July 2012 Miscellaneous - July 2012

Ben Howarth in 'Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll' writes about Sweet Billy Pilgrim's new album, 'Crown and Treaty', which has proved to be an instant classic

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