In this interview, Spandau Ballet’s Steve Norman reveals the many highs – and the odd low – of being in one of the biggest bands of the 80s.
William Orbit’s first new album in eight years, ‘The Painter’ finds him flush with inspiration. ‘I’m full of surprises,’ he tells Dig!
A landmark release for Idlewild, ‘The Remote Part’ remains ‘the record that allowed us to do all this’, frontman Roddy Woomble tells Dig!
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.’
‘Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation’ ‘still blows my mind’, says Funeral For A Friend frontman Matt Davies-Kreye.
Speaking exclusively to Dig!, Quentin Tarantino discusses his ‘Jackie Brown, ‘Death Proof’ and ‘Inglorious Basterds’ soundtrack tricks.
Written in a state of free-flowing creativity, ‘The Fool And The Scorpion’ is ‘a thorough expression of myself’, Sharon Corr tells Dig!
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