ARTROCKER MAGAZINE ISSUE 121 - ON SALE NOW!
Arctic Monkeys, Richard Hawley, The Maccabees' Orlando Weeks, Pere Ubu and more star in this month's sizzling Artrocker Magazine!
Hair is a problematic issue in rock and roll, as Engelbert Humperdinck knows all too well. "I’ve been dyeing my hair since I was 25 because I went grey early and you can’t be grey in this business," he said in an interview this month, before adding defiantly; "I’ll never be grey!" [and possibly shaking his fist].
Luckily for our new cover stars Arctic Monkeys, their hair care has been going somewhat more smoothly. We tracked them down in Texas, USA where they revealed the techniques behind those rockabilly crue-cuts of theirs, talked a bit about their next album, and even told us what it was like to support The Black Keys (in a nutshell, it is "good" to support The Black Keys, incase you were wondering).
So here it is! The new issue - and what a bad boy it is too. We've got chief Maccabee Orlando Weeks telling us about his new, Where The Wild Things Are style graphic novel, Richard Hawley kicking political debate up the ass, newcomers Trailer Trash Tracys reveal that they *might* change their name to 'Don't F*ck With The Wongs' (we concede they might have been joking), as well as Pere Ubu frontman David Thomas striking fear into the brain of our quivering interviewer ("I'm not being difficult but...").
As if that wasn't enough, as usual we've reviewed about a gazillion records for your geeky delight, including new releases by Liars, O Children, The Beach Boys, David Bowie, Japandroids, The Walkmen and A Place To Bury Strangers. Phew! Now here's Todd with the weather.
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