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Melt Bannana

February 11th, 2004 · posted by anon · marked as: Interviews

“Melt-Banana will melt your face-off and melt your brain… they’re so hard, that by the conservation of hardness in the universe, you won’t have any hardness left for your cock!” Mike Patton seems to love them, so that’s good enough for me. We decided to check them out when they popped over last autumn [2003]. [...]

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The HorrorPops

February 11th, 2004 · posted by Chris Lever · marked as: Interviews

The HorrorPops came pretty much out of nowhere. There aren’t many bands out at the moment with a upright bass. Fewer still play refreshing rockabilly punk rock, with a heavy nod back to surf, that makes you smile ever single time that you hear their record. It’s like the Teen Idols reformed, improved by about [...]

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Hanin Elias (ex-Atari Teenage Riot)

February 11th, 2004 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

I remember the first time that I heard Hanin Elias’s voice. I was hiding in a friend’s room at his birthday party trying to avoid drunk/ high people. Whilst mooching in their generally poking around things that I shouldn’t be I came across his Atari Teenage Riot CDs. He’d kept going on at me to [...]

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The Gossip

February 11th, 2004 · posted by natalie · marked as: Interviews

Surely no introduction is necessary for the Gossip. Awesome post-Riot Grrrl goodness out of the backwaters of Arkansaw with bass-lines to melt you legs, and lyrics to melt your heart!
RN: You’ve been around as a band for a while now. How’s it going? What have discovered and what lessons have you learnt along the way?
Gos: [...]

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Interview with Zine Authors

February 10th, 2004 · posted by natalie · marked as: Articles · Interviews

I know from experience that zines are quite often put a very long way below bands or record labels in terms of importance within the “scene”. Strangely though it’s the world of zines where there are almost as many girls actively involved as there are boys. It’s certainly far more equal than the number of [...]

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F-Minus

February 5th, 2004 · posted by Chris Lever · marked as: Interviews

Part One – as interviewed by Edd at the London Garage.
RN: Does it surprise you to be able to come all this way and be able to play these kind of venues?
E: It’s weird – I’ll wait to see how many people show up though! But, no, it is weird, the last couple of times [...]

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Alison Wolfe

February 5th, 2004 · posted by natalie · marked as: Interviews

Alison Wolfe to many people is a legend in her own right. she was involved in the riot grrrl movement of the early 90s with her zines, music and other activities, even being attributed the claim of coining the name; and with her band Bratmobile which combines feminism, politics neat little hand claps and having [...]

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Walls of Jericho

November 11th, 2003 · posted by anon · marked as: Interviews

This is a very brief interview with Candace from Walls of Jericho, which we did in Leeds, November 2003, at the Give Up the Ghost/ Walls of Jericho show there.
RN: So being that this is the last day of the tour – how’s it gone?
C: It’s actually been going really good. It’s been really [...]

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Wage of Sin

November 11th, 2003 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

This interview was done in November 2003 over email with Melissa the band’s vocalist.
RN: Can you give one of those brief intro, being that only a select few in the UK will have actually heard of The Wage Of Sin?
Melissa: The Wage of Sin formed in October 2000. Indecision had just broke up and [...]

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Steel Rules Die

October 11th, 2003 · posted by Edd · marked as: Interviews

Interview with Steel Rules Die, when the band played the Verge in October 2003. Interviewed for Rancid News #4.
RN: Ok introduction time.
Ricky (guitar/ vox): I’m Ricky and I play guitar and sing.
Andy (bass/ vox): I’m Andy and I play bass, and a bit more singing.
Stu (drums): Yeah I’m Stu and I play drums…
R: And absolutely [...]

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