Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie: David Cameron “untouched” by acid house


The British government is fucking insane. Punk was a generational pose for a lot of people. Israel is an occupation. David Cameron could’ve been touched by acid house. Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie gets his rocks off with MICHAEL HARTT.

For more than 30 years Bobby Gillespie has been one of the central figures in the story of British independent music. From pressing sleeves for early Creation Records releases while working at a printing press, to drumming on The Jesus & Mary Chain’s early work (including Psychocandy) to being one of the alchemists behind nine genre-melding studio albums with Primal Scream – Gillespie has trodden a path wholly his own.

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Scott Walker – Bish Bosch



Since 1995’s Tilt, Scott Walker has sporadically released a series of “uneasy listening” albums light years removed from the kitchen sink pop melodrama of his releases in the late 60s/early 70s. His 14th studio album, Bish Bosch, finds Walker continuing to delve deep into the avant garde with a collection of tracks that are in equal measure disconcerting and highly enjoyable.

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