Articles by Jason Draper
He was born David Jones but found fame as a rock ET. These ten David Bowie facts sort reality from fiction to uncover the man himself.
Powering Led Zeppelin to their greatest heights, the best Jimmy Page guitar riffs staged a blistering assault on rock’n’roll.
Shelved for 20 years, the ‘Toy’ album found David Bowie revisiting his pre-fame songs. ‘His connection to them was so deep,’ says Mark Plati.
One of pop music’s greatest enigmas, His Royal Badness made a sport of keeping fans guessing. Here are ten Prince facts you need to know.
Starkly funky and unapologetically sexual, ‘The Black Album’ was Prince’s ‘angry bitter’ response to his critics – and he shelved it.
Defiantly creative, Echo And The Bunnymen’s music resounds through the ages. “We thought we were the best band in the world,” they tell Dig!
Setting Idlewild on a new creative path, ‘Warnings/Promises’ found the group ‘getting more expansive’, frontman Roddy Woomble tells Dig!
A concept album inspired by prog rock, FFAF’s ‘Tales Don’t Tell Themselves’ is ‘the grower’, says Matt Davies-Kreye.
Recording ‘Hours’ was ‘life-changing’, Funeral For A Friend frontman Matt Davies-Kreye tells Dig! ‘It charts the trip of us as a band.’
With his '1999' album, Prince perfected the ‘Minneapolis sound’: a futuristic pop-funk concoction the world has yet to catch up with.
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