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Last Look at Eden (2009)


Appealing tongue-in-cheek latest album from much maligned 80s soft rock bestselling act, Europe


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Interviews

Interview Elli De Mon - Interview

Italian blues musician Elli de Mon speaks to Julie Cruickshank about her dazzling new album 'Countin' the Blues', upon which she covers early female blues artists,, as well as her punk and garage influences and playing the blues all over Europe.


McCookerybook and Rotifer
Interview Part 1 McCookerybook and Rotifer - Interview Part 1

Ahead of the release of their delightful collaborative EP 'Equal Parts', songwriters Helen McCookerybook and Robert Rotifer discuss the 'completely joyful' experience of recording over two days in August and their desire to use the EP to transcend the divisions between the UK and Europe brought on by Brexit.


Graham Nash
Interview Graham Nash - Interview

On a recent visit to America, Nick Dent-Robinson took the opportunity to catch up again with iconic songwriter, rock hero and former Hollie, Graham Nash – who was about to embark on a Summer tour of the UK and Europe.


Luxury Stranger
Interview Luxury Stranger - Interview

Nottingham-based alternative rock outfit Luxury Stranger speak to Dave Goodwin about their new line-up, intensive touring schedule and playing Europe.


Sea and Air
Interview Sea and Air - Interview

Malcolm Carter talks to Eleni Zafiriadou and Daniel Benjamin from Greek/German duo Sea and Air about their haunting new album 'Evropi' which tells of a homeless family travelling through Europe


Tom Bridgewater
Interview Tom Bridgewater - Interview

Owen Peters talks to Tom Bridgewater, the owner of Europe’s leading Americana label Loose Music, about his label’s lengthy history


Garland Jeffreys
Interview Garland Jeffreys - Interview

Lisa Torem speaks to acclaimed singer-songwriter Garland Jeffreys about his long musical career, latest album 'Truth Serum' and forthcoming tour of Europe


Upper Class Recordings
Interview Miscellaneous - Interview

Upper Class Recordings is a small Toronto-based low budget indiepop record label that is becoming increasingly well-known and established in Europe. Label boss Gareth Jones speaks to John Clarkson about its increasing profile


Sziget Festival
Budapest, 8/8/2007...15/8/2007 Miscellaneous - Budapest, 8/8/2007...15/8/2007

The Sziget Festival in Europe has grown over the last fifteen years to being one of Europe's largest music festivals. New writer Marton Nagy watches mixed performances from acts such as the Killers, the Good, the Bad and the Queen, the Hives and Hungarian acts Bridge to Solace and Idoru


Lou Reed
Hammersmith Apollo, London, 1/7/2007 Lou Reed - Hammersmith Apollo, London, 1/7/2007

Lou Reed has recently been touring Europe with his bleak early 1970's masterpiece, 'Berlin', and both a choir and brass and strings section. John Clarkson finds that it has lost none of and impact almost 35 years on from its original release and the New York rocker on fantastic form


Willard Grant Conspiracy/Steve Wynn
Dingwalls,, London, 9/5/2006 Willard Grant Conspiracy - Dingwalls,, London, 9/5/2006

The Willard Grant Conspiracy recently toured Europe to promote their new album 'Let It Roll' with frontman Robert Fisher's fellow Californian Steve Wynn as a support act. Anthony Strutt watches both bands play passionate sets at Dingwall's in London


Bluetones
Exeter University Lemon Grove, 18/5/2003 Bluetones - Exeter University  Lemon Grove, 18/5/2003

Often written off unfairly in the ongoing backlash against Britpop, the Bluetones recently completed a 50 date tour of Europe. Ben Howarth at the 46th date comes away highly impressed


Czars
London Borderline, 8/10/2002 Czars - London Borderline, 8/10/2002

One of the most popular bands on former Cocteau Twins' guitarist Robin Guthrie's Bella Union label, Denver's the Czars recently played an extensive tour of Europe. Olga Sladeckova catches them on a hot night at the London Borderline


Photoscapes
New Model Army 4 New Model Army - New Model Army 4

In the remaining three parts of his revealing six part photographic montage and history, Russell Ferguson continues to chronicle New Model Army 90's hardcore fanbase which followed the band as it toured across Britain and Europe


Photoscapes
New Model Army 1 New Model Army - New Model Army 1

In the latest in our 'Photoscapes' series Russell Ferguson's revealing six part photographic montage and history , three parts which are showing this month, three parts next month, chronicles New Model Army 90's hardcore fanbase which followed the band as it toured across Britain and Europe


Tales from the Sound Desk
The European Invasion Part 2 Miscellaneous - The European Invasion Part 2

In the second and final part of his account of touring Europe with a rising indie band, Phil Vincent writes of two nights in the Netherlands, and trying to maintain order with his drunken group


Tales from the Sound Desk
The European Invasion Part 1 Miscellaneous - The European Invasion Part 1

In the opening instalment of a new episode in his 'Tales of the Sound Desk' series, sound engineer/tour manager Phil Vincent tells of travelling across Europe with a rising indie band, and a fraught first day surviving lost passports, a dodgy van and Rotterdam's lack of parking facilities


Laibach
Film from Slovenia/Occupied Europe Nato Tour 1994 Laibach - Film from Slovenia/Occupied Europe Nato Tour 1994

Consecutively released with their 'Videos', controversial Slovenian act Laibach's two part 'Film from Slovenia/Occupied Europe Nato Tour 1994' helps to make further sense of their myth. Dave Toynton finds it brilliant stuff


Holidays in the Sun
Profile Miscellaneous - Profile

The most well known punk festival in the UK, Holidays in the Sun year after year attracts punk fans from all over Europe. With this year's festival taking place in Blackpool in July, Alex Halls talks to founder Jennie Russell-Smith about what to expect







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