152Re: EN, Music Press Bitching
- Jun 1 9:15 AMAnna
Just out of interest what are you doing your PhD in? I'm about to start
one on the influence cacophony has had upon culture and society.
The more aware of us do recognise that there are women creating valuable
and creative music!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anna Clare McDuff [SMTP:psp01acm@...]
> Sent: 01 June 1998 15:02
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [thewire] Re: EN, Music Press Bitching
> From: Anna Clare McDuff <psp01acm@...>
> On Sun, 31 May 1998, Tom Ewing wrote:
> > Take Nick Cave and Spiritualized, two of the more interesting
> mainstream acts
> > around IMO, and two currently getting a lot of press. Virtually all
> the Nick
> > Cave articles (the Q one mentioned above, for instance) boil down to
> > Cave sure took a lot of drugs back then.". Similarly, I can think of
> scores of
> There are some excellent net resources for Nick Cave and the Bad
> Seeds and family.... a good thing too, as the press they get is always
> completely useless, if copious! I think the music press enjoys the
> cartoon NC&tBS they have created too much to pay any attention to the
> actual musicians involved, which is a terrible shame as I find
> they form one of the more productive and enjoyable family trees
> active today...... The best two websites are:
> Ross's "The Cave Inn"
> & Maurice's "Nick Cave Collector's Hell"
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