Interview: Kula Shaker

Aug - 07 2012 | no comments | By

Kool Magazine: Issue 15, July 1999

The last year must have been a stressful one for Kula Shaker. I won’t harp on about it, but Crispian opened his mouth wider than even Geri Halliwell’s and popped both feet in – without even touching the sides.

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Interview: Howard Marks

Aug - 07 2012 | no comments | By

Kool Magazine: Issue 7, April 1999

Howard Marks has led an extraordinary life. Born into the sleepy valleys of Wales he somehow found himself living the slackers life at Oxford in the late sixties.

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Interview: GrooveRider

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Kool Magazine: Issue 13, November 1998

Ask anyone in drum’n’bass what first inspired them to make music and Grooverider’s name is sure to crop up.

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Interview: Fun Lovin’ Criminals’ Huey Morgan

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Kool Magazine: Issue 12, October 1998

The Album went straight in at number 3 and has achieved gold status, the first single went top 20, the first tour sold out weeks in advance. That’ll do for starters.

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Interview: 3 Colours Red

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Kool Magazine: Issue 14, February 1999

This month Kool rocks, with 3 Colours Red, Creation’s powerhouse combo that Alan McGee signed and famously loves.

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WATCH: The official video for Wings by Little Mix

Jul - 25 2012 | no comments | By

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Interview: The Stereophonics

Feb - 01 1998 | no comments | By

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Richard Jones (Bass) Kelly Jones (Guitar & Vocals) Stuart Cable (Drums)

Kool Magazine: Issue 6, March 1998

I remembered when you guys got signed to the V2 label there was a lot of noise about the first band signed to Branson’s new label. What were things like leading up to this event for a young unsigned band like you? 
Stuart – We had a lot of shitty little jobs just to get the money together so we could go and play in London 3 – 5 times a month. We played pubs and places where we thought record deals were to be had, sometimes playing to 4 people but we were totally fu***ng wrong.

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