From her voice to her clothes, hair, and makeup, Siouxsie Sioux has always looked and sounded different. Artists ranging from Björk, Florence And The Machine, … 1,335 more words
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On May 30th 1980, Siouxsie and the Banshees released “Christine”, as the second single from the album “Kaleidoscope”.
The album itself heralded the arrival of Banshees 2.0, with former Magazine guitarist John McGeoch, and drummer Budgie joining the permanent line-up. 148 more words
I was quite late jumping on to the Siouxsie And The Banshees train. I was a fan of Top 40 music for many years, before branching out in 1987 (thanks to my new friend, Michael) into more Alternative music (called Modern Rock back in the day). 723 more words
“Nothing else than music, love and skateboarding,” is the underline that Jules Cassignol’s expose to literally break the ice, to ignore the howling wind that blows the litter as the rain flows while waiting for the spring to finally arrive in the Western world. 1,112 more words
The new issue of Q is a photo spectacular, featuring 75 stunning pages of classic rock’n’roll imagery. We hear the amazing tales behind classic, rare and unseen pictures of Bowie, Blur, PJ Harvey, Nirvana, Amy Winehouse, Radiohead, U2, Bjork, Morrissey, Kate Bush, Joy Division, Florence & The Machine, Oasis, Manics, Skepta, Cat Power and many, many more from the photographers who took them. 85 more words