Age is not a barrier: an interview with New Order
Everyone almost came to terms with the fact that, over the past 35 years, New Order played only a couple of concerts with hits that everyone heard for 100 laps,…

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Male Friendship: Interview with FFS
Fans of unusual pop music, art rock provocateurs Sparks and Franz Ferdinand first met ten years ago. The promise to work together led to the recording of a full-length album…

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Royal Blood: everything you need to know about a duet from Brighton
For some couple of years, the British band Royal Blood has grown from "promising" newcomers to one of the largest rock bands. We decided to make a list of interesting…

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20 Years Oasis “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?”

On October 2, 1995, British rock band Oasis released their second studio album, “What’s the Story) Morning Glory?”, Which subsequently conquered the world. Here is the story of the album, told by the mouths of the Gallagher brothers.

The second album made the pompous indie heroes important rock and roll giants, gathering entire stadiums, and turned Oasis into the largest British band on the planet. The album, which competed with Blur’s “The Great Escape”, includes some of the greatest indie hymns of all time. “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?” has been sold over 22 million copies.

Life and music will never be the same as before, but we suggest plunging into the past with the best Continue reading

John Peel: The Legend of British Broadcasting

It has been eleven years since the death of the legendary British radio host and disc jockey John Peale, but so far no one has been able to compare with such a talent.

To this day, everyone really lacks Peel’s constant curiosity, his authoritative point of view, and sweet quirks. John Peel, who died in October 2004, shaped the tastes of several generations of fans of good music.

He showed the world hippies who listened to his program, The Perfumed Garden, broadcast from midnight to two in the morning during the Love Summer at the pirate station Radio London. To the psychedelic sounds of love, Peel watched in California how great new bands were emerging, such as the Continue reading

Age is not a barrier: an interview with New Order

Everyone almost came to terms with the fact that, over the past 35 years, New Order played only a couple of concerts with hits that everyone heard for 100 laps, which means that they will someday slowly and quietly disappear. However, with their new album “Music Complete”, the group has proven what else may surprise.

Graphic artist Peter Savill did something exceptional for the history of music: in 1983 he created an illustration for a maxi single, which later sold over 10 million copies and was destined to become a milestone in the history of electronic music. However, his design was so expensive that the single was a financial disaster. The record in question is the “Blue Monday” New Order. Recently, Savill again took Continue reading

You Must Love Music: Interview with Kodaline
New British rock superstars Kodaline are touring in support of their second studio album, Coming Up For Air. Before their recent performance in Munich, It's All Indie talked to the…

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The Devil Made Me: Interview with Reverend Beat-Man
Beat Zeller is obsessed with music. The Swiss put together the monsters playing the crude minimalistic garage punk rock band in the early 1990s, when the genre was not yet…

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Under pressure: interview with Biffy Clyro
Biffy Clyro is preparing to release their seventh album, "Ellipsis", in which they managed to ditch the brain-blowing prog rock of their last three records in something even more, hmm,…

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We were the last rock stars: a collection of Noel Gallagher's best sayings
The king of rock and the witty master Noel Gallagher over the past decades has provided all music publications with invaluable news material. We decided to recall the best of…

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