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Author Archives: Sam Skilton (Editor)
by National Brit Rock editor Sam Skilton Twelve months after the initiation of National Brit Rock, it is with regret that I officially announce that the project has come to its conclusion. I attempted to attain advertising through WordAds, which … Continue reading
by Sam Skilton If you’re a football fan you will undoubtedly have your favourite pre-match or half-time tune – cast your mind back and you’ll most likely be tucking into a burger/hotdog and chips when you hear it. From the … Continue reading
by James Sloan Band Members: Steven Patrick Morrissey (1982-1987), Johnny Maher (1982-1987), Andy Rourke (1982-1987) and Mike Joyce (1982-1987). Top Tracks: ‘How Soon Is Now?’, ‘Panic’, ‘This Charming Man’, ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’, ‘Heaven Knows I’m … Continue reading
by Sam Skilton So far 2013 has been as much a refresher of the golden oldies as it has been a reflection of their pasts. First we had the surprise David Bowie comeback, then there was the return of Primal … Continue reading
by Sam Skilton “It’s autobiographical,” Johnny Marr tells NME Magazine. “It’s about reconnecting with the feelings I had growing up, the ones that shape you. It was the last thing I did for the record (‘The Messenger’), and I wanted … Continue reading
by Sam Skilton There’s an awful lot of over-hyped and tiresome indie-pop drivel floating around at the moment. For a while, I admit, I had Peace down as just another one of ‘those bands’. How wrong I was. It’s an … Continue reading