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O.Children – Interview

Interview with a darkly-influenced band, weaving a web of gothic rock and noise

Written by Ian Steadman

The first thing that you'll notice about O.Children is that voice. Their singer sounds like he's singing from the crypt - hell, the whole band sound like they're howling from some horrible netherworld. Their indebtedness to the production style of the late 80s is clear (just stick on 'Floodland' by the Sisters of Mercy to see exactly how much), but their sound owes just as much to more modern exponents of shoegaze and noise rock.

An introductory note here: When I first 'got' music, when it became something more than a tinny backing tune on the radio on the school run, it was the 80s that I fell in love with. I would stay up late listening the epic squall that opens Bauhaus' 'In The Flat Field' over and over again; or I'd search the web for grainy videos of Joy Division performing before they were canonical; or I'd even stay to the very end of Nick Cave's solo set at… read more

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Alex Box: Ugly Beautiful

Annroy Gallery, Kentish Town, London

Written by Becky Cope

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Loverman – A Live Review – Prom Night of the Living Dead

Hoxton Bar and Kitchen, 28th September 2009

Written by Katie Weatherall

From out of the late 80s/early 90s shadows, Loverman launch their ‘Human Nature’ EP amongst the Shoreditch elite at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen with all the swagger befitting an underground […]

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Written by Katie Weatherall

Monday 5th October, Fuck Buttons, Rough Trade East The excellent, abrasive yet sublimely melodic electronic duo, Fuck Buttons, who we reviewed last week, play cuts from their much-anticipated Andy ‘great […]

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Written by Paul Hanford

I have a friend who trend spots for a jean company and she’s always mentioning that if you want to find out what the kids are going to be wearing […]

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Written by Katie Weatherall

Monday 21st September: FrYars, Rough Trade East, London FrYars is winsome 19 year old, Ben Garret – and all-round Amelia’s Magazine favourite – who makes synth-drenched compositions of a Patrick Wolf-come-Pet […]