Christopher Guest hints at reactivating icons of, if you will, rockumentary
This time, our fave violinist gets to appear on the last Jonathan Ross Show (and nicks his script and swoons at David Beckham), plays the LoveBox festival in her new catsuit (and has males swooning at her) and interviews the man who made that very suit. Read all of Anna’s columns here.
How could a genteel, classically inspired new band expect to compete with the manic punk movement in the mid-70s? But the story of The Enid is far from being a lovely stroll in the fields, sniffing the flowers and making nice music for tea drinkers. This has violence, insanity and more than a touch of controversy. Malcolm Dome explains out why The Enid deserve to be hailed as Cult Heroes.…
It may seem odd to include a band who had hit singles and successful albums in this series. But Atomic Rooster have been all but forgotten over the past three decades. Time to redress the balance, and celebrate the Rooster booster in the latest in this Cult Heroes series. Check out all the other Cult Heroes.
With the news that Tommy Lee has teamed up with US comedian Dane Cook to do an album. We got to thinking about other suitable hook-ups between rock and comedy. We can do a compilation album called the The Merry Mirthful Mash-Up. And it’ll feature: