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Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Nov 1981
With Richard Burgess And John Walters
Richard Burgess and John Walters talk about the make-up of Landscape.
Interview | Music UK, Aug 1982
The future looks like this
Interview | Sound International, Aug 1978
The Rhythm Section
Landscape's bassist and drummer recount their reasons for choosing to form their own label to Ralph Denyer.
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Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1986
He was once electronic drummer with jazz-rockers Landscape. Now he's a successful producer for the likes of Spandau Ballet and Colonel Abrams, but the search for new ways of using new gear goes on.
Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1987
An English playwrite talks to Nicholas Rowland about the lure of electronic sampling techniques; the sounds of the theatre come of age.
Interview | The Mix, Sep 1994
Wise words from the master of modern production
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1985
Life on the road with a successful pop band, described in graphic detail by King keyboardsman Mick Roberts. Interview by Tim Goodyer.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1991
The Ghost of Japan?
The members of Japan have come together once more, as Rain Tree Crow, after a 9-year hiatus. Nigel Humberstone talks to David Sylvian, Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri about the biggest reunification since Germany.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1987
Since the break-up of his group Japan in November 1982, David Sylvian has been slowly widening the base of his music to encompass both ethnic and avant-garde sounds. Mark Prendergast gathers the facts on the change of style.
Interview | Music Technology, May 1994
...aka The Moody Boys, Voyager and Urban Jungle, and remixer by appointment to KLF, System 7 and many others. Phil Ward uncovers the real Tony Thorpe.
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 | 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 | Electronic Soundmaker, May 1985
Producer, performer, catalyst. Richard Burgess has been a musical traveller most of his life - we finally catch up with him.
Interview | Electronic Soundmaker, Dec 1983
Big night in Bristol
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1984
Formerly one half of Throbbing Gristle, Chris and Cosey have since leapt to the forefront of Britain's avant garde electronic music scene. Interview by Dan Goldstein.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Feb 1993
Interview | Topic: Home Studio | Sound On Sound, Apr 1993
Interview | Sound On Sound, Jun 1990
Inventor of the 'infinite guitar', this Canadian born player's haunting multi-layered guitar parts have graced the works of such luminaries as Brian Eno, Jon Hassell, U2's Edge, and Daniel Lanois, though Michael Brook's own music has yet to receive the recognition it deserves. Mark J. Prendergast reports.
Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Feb 1985
The man who turned the music of Duran Duran, Kajagoogoo, Human League and Magazine into hits, discloses his hit-making formulae, recording methods and well-equipped home studio.
Interview | Making Music, Oct 1986
U2's guitarist interrupts recording of their new album for an exclusive Making Music interview.
Interview | Sound On Sound, Mar 1991
A Musical Luminary
Bill Nelson remains largely unheard of by the record-buying public, yet his influence on modern musicians has been considerable. Nigel Humberstone visits him at his home studio in Yorkshire.
Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1988
His successful production of U2 has brought musical sage Brian Eno back into the public eye. John Diliberto finds out what's become of his oblique strategies and how he approaches the latest technology.
Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1989
In the '70s, Can paved the way for a generation of experimental electronic musicians. Simon Trask talks to Holger Czukay and Michael Karoli amidst the CD rerelease of their entire back-catalogue and a new LP for '89.
Interview | Music Technology, Sep 1988
After releasing an album consisting entirely of human vocal samples, Claire Hamill reintroduces the synthesiser to her music. David Bradwell listens to the singer's tale.
Interview | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
It's two years since the former japan frontman made his solo debut, but a new double album showcases both Sylvian's unique songwriting and his interest in ambient, instrumental music. Exhaustive interview by Tim Goodyer.