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A Love Supreme - Clash Magazine

Here’s an article I wrote about John Coltrane’s album, A Love Supreme.  The original can be found here.

Around the time he started taking heroin (because Charlie Parker took heroin),  526 more words


Death Cab For Cutie: Kintsugi (for Clash magazine)

The last time we heard from Death Cab For Cutie life – as the matinee jaunt of Codes And Keys closer ‘Stay Young Go Dancing’ put it so nauseously – was sweet, with frontman Ben Gibbard high on marriage and making music that reflected it, cloying and vapid and wholly forgettable. 496 more words


INTERVIEW: The Age Of L.U.N.A. [and a motivational ramble]

Back in Feb, I caught up with a very cool London collective called The Age Of L.U.N.A (L.U.N.A. being an acronym for Living Under No Authority) on behalf of music magazine, CLASH. 567 more words

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Clash: "Insurgent" review

please click the image above to read my review of “Insurgent” as part of Clash Magazine’s Film Column

James Luxford

Next Wave: Yak

“We’ve recorded lots but we’re just holding it back,” begins Oli Burslem, frontman of London’s Yak, an exciting trio of upstarts that are still shrouded in mystery surrounding their early days, speaking to Clash while putting some last minute touches to the band’s debut single ‘Hungry Heart’, out now via Fat Possum. 382 more words


Clash Magazine: "Blackhat" review

please click the link above to read my review of “Blackhat” for Clash Magazine’s film column.

James Luxford

Clash: "A Bad Romance: Valentine's Film Fails" feature

Please click the screenshot above to read “A Bad Romance: Valentine’s Film Fails” for Clash Magazine. It’s a selection of the worst couples or romantic storylines in film history, to which I contributed the section on “Star Wars: Episode II”.

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