Interview with Ian McCulloch (2014)
Nick Dent-Robinson speaks to Ian McCulloch from Echo and the Bunnymen about his band's new album, 'Meteorites'
Les Pattinson talks to Anthony Strutt about his twenty years as bassist with Echo and the Bunnymen and joining his latest band, the Wild Swans
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 23/5/2018
John Clarkson at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh watches Echo and The Bunnymen play a gripping set which finds them reinterpreting for a new album their back catalogue with a strings section.
Brixton Academy, London, 9/12/2010
At the Brixton Academy in London, Anthony Strutt watches Echo and the Bunnymen in a nostalgic, but perfect set play back-to-back their first two albums, 'Crocodiles' and 'Heaven Up Here'
Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, 30/11/2003
It is 25 years since Echo and the Bunnymen first formed. On a Greatest Hits tour to celeberate this, and the re-release of their first five albums, Anthony Strutt watches them roll back the years in great style
London Riverside Studios, 8/3/2003
At the recording of the first episode for the second series of music show 'Re : Covered', Anthony Strutt is shunted from pillar to post, but enjoy short sets from Ian McCulloch, Athlete and new girl singer Harry
Guildford, Surrey, 21/7/2002
Anthony Strutt enjoys a perfect day out at his first ever Guilfest and sets from Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook ; Cure tribute band the Cureheads plus two of his favourite bands of all time Echo and the Bunnymen ....
London Royal Festival Hall, 3/2/2002
Anthiny Strutt finds Echo and the Bunnymen, despite a sick Ian McCulloch, in great mform on the second night of a British tour to promote their new album 'Live in Liverpool'j
Ten Songs That Made Me Love... (2020)
In our series, in which our writers celebrate ten songs that made them love a favourite band or artist, Cila Warncke raises a glass to Liverpudlian post-punks Echo And The Bunnymen
The Fountain (2009)
Maligned latest album from Echo and the Bunnymen, which despite unimpressing much of the group's hardcore fan base, is very much a grower
Excellent eissue of Echo and the Bunnymen's 1980 classic second single, 'Rescue Me'
Me, I'm All Smiles (2006)
Fantastic live album, recorded at the Shepherd's Bush Empire last year, from the ever durable Echo and the Bunnymen, and which features a selection of classic singles and also some of their more obscure numbers
Scissors In The Sand (2006)
Enjoyable new single from Echo and the Bunnymen, the title songs of which was one the highlight tracks from their last album 'Siberia'
In The Margins (2005)
Second single from Echo and the Bunnymen's new 'Siberia' album, let down slightly by its uninspiring choice of B sides
Stormy Weather (2005)
Strong first single from Echo and the Bunnymen off their new album 'Siberia'
Immediately classic and definitive new album from Echo and the Bunnymen, their fourth since their reformation in 1997
'Flowers' is the album by the Bunnymen that truly carries on from where they left off in 1987, when they split up shortly after releasing the eponymous album, which is known to most hardcore fans as t
Echo and The Bunnymen guitarist Will Sergeant talks about Poltergeist, the new 70's progressive rock-influenced/post rock instrumental group, that he has formed with his main group's former bassist Les Pattinson, and their debut album, Your Mind is a Box (Let Us Fill It with Wonder)’
Anthony Strutt speaks to ex-Echo and The Bunnymen keyboardist, Paul Fleming, about his years with the band, and ‘Towers’, the industrial-influenced second album of Baltic Fleet, his solo project
Marie Hazelwood chats to Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Eva Petersen about her infamous former band the Little Flames, and forthcoming debut solo album which she was written and recorded with Echo and the Bunnymen's Will Sergeant
St Vitus Dance
Irish band St Vitus Dance have released after an absence of over twenty years their second album, 'Glypotheque'. Singer and guitarist Noel Burke speaks to Anthony Strutt about it and his time in the intervening years fronting Echo and the Bunnymen
The predominantly instrumental side project of Paul Fleming, the keyboard player with Echo and the Bunnymen, Baltic Fleet has just released its eponymous debut album. Anthony Strutt talks to him about it and how the bulk of tracks were written on the road when the Bunnymen were touring America
A producer on his girlfriend ex-Cocteau Twin Elizabeth Fraser's new album, Damon Reece has also drummed with Echo and the Bunnymen, Spiritualized and helped to found Lupine Howl. He talks to Anthony Strutt about his interesting career.
Gillian Fish reflects on the career of Britpop band Cast, whose four first albums are about to be re-rleased in double CD editions
(Supported by John McCullaugh and the Escorts), Electric Circus, London, 19
With strong support from the teenage John McCullaugh and the Escorts, Gillian Fish watches the reformed Cast play an impassioned set at the Electric Circus in London
Marie Hazelwood takes photographs of John Power, the front man with reformed Britpop act Cast, at a gig at the O2 Academy in their native Liverpool
Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire,, 4/7/2013...7/7/2013
Nick Dent-Robinson is impressed by Oxfordshire's Cornbury Festival, which saw headline performances from Van Morrison, Echo and the Bunnymen and Squeeze, as well as excellent sets from 'Downtown Abbey' actress Elizabeth McGovern's band Sadie and the Hotheads and Scottish duo Hunter and The Bear
Brixton Academy, London, 9/12/2010
Anthony Strutt at the Brixton Academy in London watches New York-based singer-songwriter Kelley Stoltz play an impressive support slot for his favourite band of all time, Echo and the Bunnymen
Ben and Jerry's Summer Sundae
Clapham Common, London, 31/7/2006
Anthony Strutt has an enjoyable day out at Ben and Jerry's Summer Sundae in London, which featured sets from Badly Drawn Boy, Echo and the Bunnymen, Larriken Love and the Pipettes
Metro, London, 28/6/2006
Anthony Strutt is reminded of the the swagger of Echo and the Bunnymen and the Hope of the States as he is blown away by a show by leeds five piece iLIKETRAiNS at a show at the Metro in London
Dave Goodwin in 'Vinyl Stories' makes another epic delve into the world of vinyl as he raids Moscow Circus' lead singer/songwriter Jonathan Beckett's record box and finds Echo and The Bunnymen, REM, The Blue Nile and other twelve inch treats