In the period of English music fondly remembered as ‘shoegazing’, Lush trailblazed with their distinctive multi-layered female vocals hugging and caressing all in their path. In 1996 they have returned and bass player Philip King tells ADAM CONNORS how their sound survives after the downfall of most of the early 90s supergroups.
Fronted by the twin guitar and alternating sweet and scolding vocals of Miki and Emma, Lush produced some defining moments of the shoegazer/Britpop era. Bassist Phillip King reflects on Lush’s rocky ride (1996; 13 mins)
By Nic Mclellan. Originally posted in Overland, Spring 2013
In July of 2003, the government of the SOLOMON ISLANDS sent out a call for help in policing their nation, which continued to be wracked with corruption and civil conflict. PACIFIC-region foreign ministers backed a multinational force, and an Australian-led peacekeeping force was deployed, aiming to restore order and disarm the militant groups. The arrival … Continue reading “Solomons unrest feature”
FBI Allnighta June 28 2004 tracklist
PLAYLIST SUN 09/05/2004 w/ guest presenter Adam Connors
A couple of shifts from your dear reservist – this time gracing the daylight hours on Weekend Overhang. Note that after consulting my people, the name of The Bank Holidays’ track that I debuted is The Greatest Game.
Floating thru timeslots, yours truly brings 5 hours of RAWK and DITS to the Wednesday morning spot for this week only, maybe. A personal review – started with a flourish propelled by the ace freestylin’ on STOLEN RECORDS, a great middle order and some obvious slurrrrring in the latter stages. Mental note – have a … Continue reading “Mental Notes: December 2003”
2SER Lolly Bag tracklist Nov 27 2003 w/ Adam Lolly
FBI Allnighta tracklist Nov 7 2003 w/ ADam Connors