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Hyde


Interviews


Interview (2019)

Hyde - Interview

Japanese singer/songwriter/producer Hyde talks to L. Paul Mann about his upcoming US tour and new solo album, 'Anti'.


Live

1720, Los Angeles, 26/5/2019

Hyde - 1720, Los Angeles, 26/5/2019

L.Paul Mann watches Hyde bring Japanese keavy metal to a sold out crowd at 1720 Club in Los Angeles.


Related


Profiles

The British Summer Time Festival
The Libertines at Hyde Park Miscellaneous - The Libertines at Hyde Park

Gillain Fish criticises the dismanagement of the British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park in London, which, poorly organised throughout, led to crushing at the Libertines' reunion gig


Live

Rolling Stones
Hyde Park, London, 6/7/2013 Rolling Stones - Hyde Park, London, 6/7/2013

Despite excessive ticket and food prices, Anthony Dhanendran finds much still to admire in the Rolling Stones in the first of two shows at Hyde Park in London to conclude their 50th anniversary tour


Paul McCartney
Hyde Park, London, 29/6/2010 Paul McCartney - Hyde Park, London, 29/6/2010

Anthony Strutt is encapsulated by a superb two and a half hour set of Beatles, Wings and solo tracks at Hyde Park Calling from Paul McCartney


Pretenders
Hyde Park, London, 29/6/2009 Pretenders - Hyde Park, London, 29/6/2009

Anthony Strutt watches the Pretenders in an appearance in support of Neil Young at Hyde Park Calling play an excellent set of both new songs and classic hits


Morrissey
Wireless Festival, Hyde Park, London, 27/6/2008 Morrissey - Wireless Festival, Hyde Park, London, 27/6/2008

Anthony Strutt enjoys a passionate set of classic and some new songs from Morrisey at a one-off appearance at the Wireless Festival in Hyde Park in London


Who
Hyde Park, London, 2/7/2006 Who - Hyde Park, London, 2/7/2006

Anthony Strutt watches rock veterans the Who put on a powerful performance on the second day of London's new Hyde Park Calling Festival


Wireless Festival
Hyde Park, London, 24/6/2005 Codeine - Hyde Park, London, 24/6/2005

At the new Wireless Festival in Hyde Park in London, Denzil Watson watches varying sets from New Order, Moby, the Bravery, Graham Coxon and others


Photography

BST Hyde Park
Photoscapes Miscellaneous - Photoscapes

Darren Aston photographs the Killers, Elbow and Tears for Fears at a BST Hyde Park gig in London







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