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Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1989
Well established as sampling innovators, the Art Of Noise have just released their fourth LP. David Bradwell talks to the Art's JJ Jeczalik about Fairlights and fairplay.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1988
With the title track from the film Dragnet currently on release, the Art of Noise are still newsworthy. Paul Tingen talks to JJ Jeczalik about sampling, Frankie Goes To Hollywood and court cases.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985
Flushed with the chart success of Close (To The Edit), the 'faceless' trio return with more talk of Art, Empire and Industry. Paul Gilby pushed the record button and monitored the noise levels...
Interview | Micro Music, Dec 1989
Steve Cogan talks to J.J. Jezalik about life, the universe and sampling car doors
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Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1985
The man who brought computers to Frankie and programmed his way to chart infamy with The Art of Noise, fits in an interview before going out to play some very English sport. Paul Tingen fills in the scorecard.
Interview | Recording Musician, Jan 1993
JJ Jeczalik And The Art Of Toys
Best known for his pioneering sampling work and his role in The Art of Noise, JJ holds strong views on the creative use and abuse of studio equipment.
Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1990
When Soft Cell disbanded, Marc Almond quickly established himself as a solo artist, but what became of his keyboard-playing partner? David Bradwell talks to David Ball about his latest project.
Interview | One Two Testing, Dec 1983
Anne Dudley rearranges the alphabet.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1990
When Norman Cook walked away from The Housemartins he walked into hi-tech record production and remixing: now he's topped the charts with Beats International. Tim Goodyer talks to a computer convert.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug/Sep 1984
Visage's Rusty Egan reveals a change of face
Interview | Music Technology, May 1992
The drug culture of the rave scene continues to attract the attention of both the pop charts and the tabloid press. Tim Goodyer talks Ecstasy, agony and technology with one of the genre's heroes.
Interview | Micro Music, Feb 1990
Steve Cogan takes time out to talk to the members of Yen
Interview | International Musician, Jul 1986
'If you can't come from Chicago, come from Scotland', reasons Tony Reed
Interview | International Musician, Dec 1986
Working again after two years of legal trench-warfare, The Spands talk about their comeback album, the defiantly-titled Through The Barricades. Observation post: Chris Maillard
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Jan 1986
Tim talks to Janet Angus about his work as engineer at Marcus Studios and gives his views on microphone technique and natural ambience.
Interview | One Two Testing, Jun 1985
the importance of being alphabetical
Interview | One Two Testing, Oct 1985
Stephen Duffy & Stephen Street
cocksure ex-tintin ex-duran talks tech
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1990
Back in 1985, Propaganda made an astonishing debut with 'Dr. Mabuse' and the classic album 'A Secret Wish'. After years of silence, a split with ZTT records, and the departure of three-quarters of the original line-up, Michael Mertens is back with a new-look Propaganda, and feeds the party line to Nigel Humberstone.
Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1993
The maestro himself on rave, analogue classics, lasers, mice and Fellini
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1984
An interview with Rusty Egan
Dan Goldstein tracks down another drummer-turned-musical technofreak, Rusty Egan, and finds out about the past, present, and the future of the electro-dance band he helped found, Visage.
Interview | One Two Testing, Aug 1984
Martyn Ware flatters Fairlights
Interview | Music Technology, Aug 1987
A successful composer of minimal music or would-be writer of pop instrumentals? Tim Goodyer isn't sure so he challenges the man himself for the answers.
Interview | Micro Music, Dec 1989
Steve Cogan finds out just what Satan and Bugs Bunny have to do with this Cyberpunk band who swear by their ST
Interview | Music Technology, Jul 1988
Q: When is a guitar not a guitar? A: When it's part of David Sylvian's music. Taking time out from a hectic schedule David Torn talks guitar textures and musical crossovers with Tim "pretentious, moi?" Goodyer.
Interview | Music Technology, Oct 1992
Die Krupps: hi-tech and heavy