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Mental Beat #1 Fanzine (Spring 2014)

Issue 0 was cool, Issue 1 is even cooler! Printed in black and blue on white paper, Mental Beat offers us an interesting mix of old and new rock’n’roll in both English and Italian: Interview with The… 90 more words


the more you ignore me the closer I get: why the silent treatment doesn’t deter

Being a natural extrovert with the ‘gift of the gab’ and a penchant for volume, I’ve never been one to really appreciate silence – something my family, friends and teachers will all attest to! 620 more words


John Cooper Clarke and Morrissey

Just a slightly Manchester gig. Magazine had one of the great punk singles, Shot By Both Sides. For this gig though, it’s not Clarkey but the bottom of the bill Nose Bleeds that are of interest. 175 more words


The Smiths - The Smiths (1984)

The Smiths were one of those completely original sounds that came out of Manchester that seemed to have no precedent sonically in a tie when everyone was going electronic. 552 more words

Alternative Rock

day 17/ morrissey

a poem about pop culture. I chose the smiths aka Morrissey.
From Marr to Morrissey
Alone on a grey evening
You fill my senses with welcome… 48 more words

Cassette Covers

I ditched the cassettes themselves years ago (poor middle child, then, between vinyl and CDs), but I hung on to the covers; liking how they made for a handful, an interesting stack of cards. 106 more words

Family History

The 30 Harshest Musician-on-Musician Insults in History

[Editor's note: While your Flavorwire editors take a much-needed holiday break, we're revisiting some of our most popular features of the year. This post was originally published August 15, 2011. 946 more words


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15. Elvis Costello on Morrissey “Morrissey writes wonderful song titles, but sadly he often forgets to write the song.”