Blitz Club DJ and New Romantic pioneer Rusty Egan talks to Andrew Twambley about drumming with Rich Kids, his soundtrack to the new Sky documentary ‘Blitzed’ about The Blitz, his admiration of The Glitterband and how brought Madonna to the UK,
Midge Ure speaks to Andrew Twambley about next year's Voice and Visions tour, being in both The Rich Kids and Thin Lizzy, Live Aid and Ultravox.
Glen Matlock speaks to Andrew Twambley about the Sex Pistols, the Rich Kids, his solo career and his forthcoming UK tour with David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick.
80's pop star Kim Wilde tells Nick Dent-Robinson of how an internet recording of her singing her debut single 'Kids in America' to her fellow travellers on her way home after an evening out in London relaunched her musical recording and her new album 'Here Come the Aliens'.
Glen Matlock speaks to Denzil Watson about his years with the Sex Pistols, working with Iggy Pop, his recent gigs with Heaven 17 and his current solo acoustic tour
Dark Dark Horse
Dave Goodwin speaks to ex-Kyte and current Maybeshewill member Jamie Ward and Kids in Cars singer James Stafford about their Leicestershire-based electronica duo Dark Dark Horse and 'Centuries', its debut album
Ignition is a Kent-based record label and distribution service , with a self-proclaimed mission "to help hardcore kids get the music they want at affordable prices". Label co-owner and Rydell guitarist Milo talks to Ben Howarth about its first two years
Slam Dunk Festival
Leeds University Refectory, Leeds, 25/5/2009
While finding much to admire in the performances of bands such as Me Vs Hero, We Are Kings and the show-stealing Kids in Glass Houses, Kelly Smith finds one day Leeds punk pop festival overcrowded and badly organised
Notwist, Themselves and Styrofoam
Slim's, San Francisco, 15/4/2003
In what was a unique evening, drawing together "a crowd of indie kids, skaters, hip - hop head and Brit -poppers", Chris Jones enjoys an eclectic San Francsico show featuring Styrofoam, Themselves and the much acclaimed Notwist
Heavy Metal Kids
In our 'Re: View' column, in which our writers examine albums from the past, Tom Fogarty reflects on 'Kitsch', the 1977 third album from the Heavy Metal Kids, whose singer the late Gary Holton was one of the stars of the classic television series, 'Auf Weidersehen, Pet'
Ghosts of Princes in Towers
In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look back on albums from the past, Jon Rogers reflects upon former Sex Pistols' bassist Glen Matlock next band the Rich Kids' 1978 only album, 'Ghosts of Princes in Towers', which has been recently reissued on CD
In the latest in our 'Re : View' series, in which our writers re-examine on albums from the past, Jonjo McNeill writes about the impact on him of the Boo Radleys 1996 avant-garde nasterpiece, 'C'mon Kids'
In the latest in his regular monthly poetry column 'Evidently Spencertown', Spencer Robertshaw writes about parenthood in 'Kids'
Kids in Glass Houses
At the Bournemouth Opera House Katie Anderson photographs up-and-coming Cardiff rock band Kids in Glass Houses supporting Funeral for a Friend on a tour across Britain