MISSION OF BURMA, IRISH MUSIC INDUSTRY ARTICLES
In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever online music magazine
<http://www.perfectsoundforever.com> you'll find (among other things):
IRISH MUSIC INDUSTRY- Past Sinead, Van & Bono
Even with the worldwide success of Damien Rice, the Blarney scene is
far from assured, with various arts reports pointing to problems,
pitfalls and hopefully solutions to make sure the music thrives.
MISSION OF BURMA- Their 22 year career span
From the beginnings in the late '70's to their untimely demise a few
years later and only one full-length album, this Boston combo's
legend gathered steam over the years, leading to a recent reunion,
tour and finally their second album. And what's changed with them
since the two records...?
SACCHARINE TRUST- Noise-punk interview
SST Records helped to produce its share of indie legends: Black Flag,
Husker Du, Meat Puppets, Minutemen and MANY others, including this
odd duck of a band. Probably owing to the fact they were all over
the place musically, they didn't get the cred from the indie
community that their label mates gave them.
GIANCARLO TONIUTTI- Sound art artist
Using manipulation of 'natural sounds' or un-tampered recordings of
non-instruments, this Italian composer finds a way to encompass his
studies/interests in Language studies, ethnographics, mathematics and
Plus the first part of a tribute to guitarist Robert Quine, including
essays and interviews.
We're always looking for good writers and/or ideas so let us know if
you have anything to share.
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