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Themen | 003/2024 (16.02.2024)
  • THIS MUST BE THE PLACE TALKING HEADS’ 30 GREATEST SONGS
    When TALKING HEADS reunited briefly last September, it both reaffirmed their unparalleled status as art-rock pioneers and drew a line under their complicated history. As the band prepare to reissue their influential run of albums, DAVID BYRNE, JERRY HARRISON, TINA WEYMOUTH and CHRIS FRANTZ – accompanied by a handful of collaborators, contemporaries and admirers – talk us through 30 of their greatest songs, charting an innovative musical journey from the twitchy minimalism of their early recordings to the expansive, panglobal alchemy of their imperial phase. “We weren’t going to adopt the traditional rock’n’roll stances,” Byrne tells Sam Richards. “So we thought, in our own modest way, we’ll do something that speaks to us…”
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Themen | 004/2024 (15.03.2024)
  • TAKING BACK CONTROL
    With his SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS band, NICK MASON is on a mission to save the potent, foundational music of PINK FLOYD. In doing so, he aims to reassert the Floyd’s historic creative path from three-minute pop fantasias and cosmic-progressive freakouts to the transitional epiphanies that led to The Dark Side Of The Moon. As he prepares to lead the Saucers back out on tour, Mason and his co-conspirators – aka “the jolly Floyd” – dig deep into the band’s years of questing. “In Pink Floyd, we didn’t have a clue what we were doing half the time,” Mason tells John Lewis. “What we did have was an abundance of ideas.”
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Themen | 005/2024 (19.04.2024)
  • VELVET GOLDMINE
    “So Long 60s”. “It’s Gonna Rain Again”. A band called Rungk. “Carmen Miranda backed by The Velvet Underground.” Foolscap notebooks. “Kellogg’s Corn Flakes packets and a wet bag of crisps.” Just how much do we really know about THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS? As a new boxset prepares to dig deep into DAVID BOWIE’s 1972 masterpiece, Peter Watts maps the Starman’s secret history – via outtakes, alternate versions, rediscovered recordings and abandoned track listings – in the company of his closest collaborators and confidants. Stand by for shocking truths about a certain doomed extraterrestrial rock star… “There was no concept!”
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Themen | 007/2024 (14.06.2024)
  • NIGHTS OF THE LIVING DEAD
    Dead & Company start a 24-date residency at The Sphere in Las Vegas. Celebrating, we revisit 20 classic Grateful Dead shows, spanning their countercultural era to post-Jerry. Bob Weir reflects, “We found adventure in music.”
  • EVOLUTION IN THE HEAD
    I-Ching diaries and conceptual countries, FBI surveillance and the Lost Weekend – 1973 marked a period of intense personal chaos for JOHN LENNON. Amid all this turbulence, however, he found creative sustenance with Mind Games – an album steeped in cosmic benevolence, emotional heft, introspection and, most importantly, love. As a new expanded edition shines a light on Lennon’s working methods, Peter Watts discovers an artist at a crossroads, looking inside himself for ways to move forward. “It’s my dad getting back on track, after a very experimental and volatile period,” says Sean Ono Lennon. “At times it went a bit out of control…”
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