Interviews

Generation Genocide: John Sinclair (MC5)/ Bermondsey Joyriders

Generation Genocide: Punk doesn’t nurture it preserves! The word ‘Punk’ must retire. Dispossessed from its ancient zeitgeist it bitterly refuses to die, refuses to compromise, and continues to...

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Architects of Rage: Godflesh on Streetcleaner [Interview]

Extreme music godfathers Godflesh reunite after 15 years to play the Streetcleaner album for the eager HMV Forum crowd in Kentish Town....

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Self-image is the beginning and the end of living [Henry ‘Fonzie’ Winkler]

Known to many around the globe as The Fonz from the US TV Sitcom Happy Days, Henry Winkler has struggled with dyslexia his whole life and was recently in London supporting the First News education...

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Caretaker of the Curious: Leyland Kirby

"I think everyone should take more risks constantly, not just musicians" James Leyland Kirby (latterly known as The Caretaker) is a mysterious figure in electronic music. Respected but...

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Outliers in Emotion: Enduser

"I think Dubstep is something that just got out of hand creatively and now it's just a bunch of people ripping each other off" Trebuchet’s love affair with Breakcore continues...

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Interview: Rob Booth from Electronic Exploration Mix Show

Trebuchet’s Sofia Ilyas spoke to Rob Booth of Electronic Explorations, a Download / Podcast show for all electronic music about his method of finding good music...

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Fire Folkers: Van Susans

Sofia Ilyas spoke to Van Susan, a popcore rock band fast on the rise and about to make some noise in your direction, about now and the shiny future.  Trebuchet: Can you tell me about the band,...

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Davide Tiso: Millions of Melodies Erupting

Davide Tiso is the inspired creative mind behind Ephel Duath as well as the truly progressive Manuscripts Don't Burn, why then isn’t he a household name in metal?   During his...

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Henry Rollins: Student Protests Are Great

Henry Rollins talks to Trebuchet about politics and protest ...

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Working Hard Outside the Box With Lingua

"It's a think piece about a mid level band struggling with their own limitations in the harsh face of stardom" – Almost Famous. Lingua are an intriguing band from Sweden. Catching...

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Above the line: Stuart Semple

Trebuchet interviews : Stuart Semple, an established artist who reviews ephemeral media images through his painting, placing them in the context of an emotional historical collage....

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Howard Marks: First there was the Welsh…

Howard Marks has become something of a cult-celebrity. Trebuchet interviews the ex-con about his other 'other' pastime - writing. ...

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Art Music: Remembering Mille Plateaux on the eve of its relaunch

Mille Plateaux, a multifaceted icon of the dot.com musical era and now in 2010 it’s coming back. ...

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Howard Marks: Senor Nice

Howard Marks, ex-dope-dealer extraordinaire and veteran of America’s toughest penitentiary, is tonight treading the boards at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, joint in hand and sounding lethargic....

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Will Ashon: Binaries and Dichotomies

Will Ashon made a name for himself as the founder of UK record label Big Dada, the revolutionary hip hop offshoot of the influential Ninja Tunes label. Concurrent to running the label Ashon is also...

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