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Sharks’ frontman and 70’s punk influence Steve ‘Snips’ Parsons talks to Eoghan Lyng about their new film documentary, ‘Not A Rock Doc (A Shark’s Tale)’.
Actor Robert Davi speaks to Eoghan Lyng about his other career as a singer and playing a Bpnd villain in ‘Licence to Kill’.
American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jeff Moller talks to Eoghan Lyng about his classic rock-inspired debut album, ‘Sigh Baby’.
Acclaimed solo artist Tim Arnold talks to Eoghan Lyng about his recent diagnosis of autism, and his new album 'Super Connected', which seven years in the making, reflects critically on technology.
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Eoghan Lyng talks to filmmaker and director Michael Lindsay-Hogg about his work on The Beatles' 'Let It Be', 'Brideshead Rvisited' and The Rolling Stones' 'Rock and Roll Circus'.
Eoghan Lyng chats to Nick Drake-influenced pianist Demian Dorelli about his critically acclaimed new album, 'My Window'.
Legendary rock manager Harvey Lisberg chats to Eoghan Lyng about is new memoirs 'I'm Into Something Good' and working with 10cc, Herman's Hermits and The Yardbirds.
Ex-Stranglers singer/guitarist Hugh Cornwell chats to Eoghan Lyng about his recent ‘Moments Of Madness’ LP and upcoming UK and Ireland shows.
Frontman Dave Wakeling talks to Eoghan Lyng about The Beat's political as well as his musical influences and his group's forthcoming British tour.
Singer-songwriter Robyn Hitchcock talks to Eoghan Lyng about his new album 'Shufflemania!' and how both The Beatles and XTC have influenced his work.
Guitarist to the stars - and Ringo Starr - Hamish Stuart brightens Eoghan Lyng’s night with some great anecdotes from the rock era.
Edinburgh-born but now Chicago-based singer-songwriter Chris Connelly talks to Eoghan Lyng about his new concept album 'Eulogy to Christa', which is about the life of Velvet Underground singer Nico.
Squeeze guitarist Glenn Tilbrook talks to Eoghan Lyng about his long songwriting partnership with Chris Difford and the band’s new ‘Food For Thought’ EP.
Eoghan Lyng speaks to Jacknife Lee about Telefis’s second and final album Telefís A Do’, collaborating on it with Echo and the Bunnymen’s Will Sergeant and Microdisney’s Sean O’Hagan, and his friendship with his late bandmate Cathal Coughlan.
Former Microdisney and Fatima Mansions frontman Cathal Coughlan talks to Eoghan Lyng about his new project Telefis and album with Jackknife Lee, political history, musical history and more.
World Party mainman Karl Wallinger looks back on the band’s career from its 1987 inception, focusing on acclaimed 1990 LP ‘Goodbye Jumbo’ which has recently been reissued.
Eoghan Lyng assesses Kenneth Womack's latest book about Beatles road manager Mal Evans.
Eoghan Lyng reflects on Dan Callahan’s ambitious new book about Bing Crosby and some of the other major artists of the 1940 and 1950s.
Eoghan Lyng is impressed by 'Pleased', a new anthology of short stories, each of which have been inspired by The Beatles' 'Please Please Me'.
Eoghan Lyng profiles Italian author Luca Perasi's impeccably researched book on the stories behind Paul McCartney's songs.
Eoghan Lyng examines classic singer-songwriter Andrew Gold’s recently reissued 1997 psychedelic album, ‘The Fraternal Order Of The All - Greetings From Planet Love’,
In our 'Re:View' section, Eoghan Lyng examines a new four CD box set which assesses T. Rex and Marc Bolan's work in the prolific year of 1973.
In the second of two articles Eoghan Lyng finds that George Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ “is the most thoughtful and fully-realised" of all The Beatles' solo debut albums.
In 'Raging Pages' guest reviewer Eoghan Lyng contends that author Dafydd Rees ‘apes the lexicon of the era’ when focusing on the Beatles history in his new book ' The Beatles 1963: A Year in the Life'.
Eoghan Lyng selects ten favourites from Dublin pioneers The Boomtown Rats, moving from punk into New Wave, Eighties pop and the recent comeback album
In 'The Image That Made You Weep', in which our writers write of the personal impact of a photo or image on them, Eoghan Lyng writes of a photo taken at Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach's wedding in 1981.
Eoghan Lyng selects tracks by punk legends The Clash for this month’s edition of 'Ten Songs That Made Me Love...' Following the band’s progress, the cuts chart the outfit’s progress from London upstarts to their incorporation of many of the musical trends that came to define the 1980s.
Remarkable debut album and concept record from Dublin singer-songwriter Keeley, which is about 18-year old German student Inga-Maria Hauser who was murdered in Ireland in 1988
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