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Here comes the sun, which means the rock festival season is already upon us. Young and old alike are turning up at football stadiums or muddy fields for the likes of Coldplay, The Stone Roses and, er, probably loads of people I’ve never heard of. And all in the name of ‘fun’. Apparently. Not me, though.Continue reading “Days Of Futuramas Past”
NOIR SONGS: CLOCKDVA -FOUR HOURS A favorite of mine from the early eighties. I remember seeing them at the Leeds Futurama festival in 1980 (or 1979?)and running away from the stage because one of them had a beard! This song will open my first film!
Q1 : Tell me about your first and your most recent bands? My first band was called “Solaris”, it was me, my cousin Mark Sanderson and his friend Mark Spybey – we were aged about 13. Unlike the rather swish rock groups 12 and 13 year olds play in now, no doubt schooledContinue reading “Interview: Richard Sanderson -Banned From The Big Breakfast!”
In his introduction to his Postpunksampler 2, the legendary Julian Cope says tells this story: ‘In 1979, a smart, cool-looking guy called Richard Sanderson came backstage after a (Teardrop Explodes) Middlesborough show and gave me a bedroom recording of his quartet Drop. In his manner, style and quiet confidence, Richard was the Peter Hammill ofContinue reading “The Post Punk Peter Hammill – Richard Sanderson”