Music

The Bride is Natasha Khan’s fourth album as Bat For Lashes, and it marks the end of her recording contract with Parlophone. Now she’s full of ideas for art and photography projects, and says it might be time to take a break from the business of music. (The Gentlewoman, July 2016)

Tribute to the late, great David Bowie, and a style legacy that will continue to echo down the catwalks long after his passing. (The Guardian, January 2016)

Debbie Harry and Iggy Pop for Paco Rabanne

Blondie’s Debbie Harry talks about her influence as a fashion icon and in music, on the growing numbers of women in pop, about her early encounter with Ted Bundy, and working with Iggy Pop on a new Paco Rabanne campaign (above). She also talks about about turning 70, and why she has no plans to retire. (Sunday Telegraph, March 2015)

Azealia-Banks-summ_3135354c“Men can make jokes, but as soon as I say something, people are looking at me like I’m crazy. It’s just pure misogyny.” Azaelia Banks defends her right to attack Eminem, and discusses her new album Broke With Expensive Tastes. (Sunday Telegraph, December 2014)

 

 

British fashion ambassador and GQ’s best-dressed rapper Tinie Tempah talks style, music and walk-in wardrobes. (Telegraph Men’s Style, March 2014)

A solo album, a debut film role, and an autobiography – The Slits’ Viv Albertine is older and wiser now, but more creative than ever. (Sunday Telegraph, May 2014)

Musique sans frontiers: Damon Albarn goes to Mali to make music with his friend Afel Bocoum (Sunday Telegraph, July 2012)

Thirty years of Madness: ten albums and many arguments later, there nutty boys from Camden town are officially national treasures. (Sunday Telegraph, October 2012)

High-flying Noel Gallagher on riots, marriage, and life after Oasis. (Telegraph, October 2011)

“I’m completely shameless!” On tour with bubblegum pop queen Katy Perry. (Observer music Monthly, August 2008)

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