ARTROCKER MAGAZINE ISSUE 124 - ON SALE NOW!
The biggest story in London since the Olympics, the rise of TOY has given us our first rock'n'roll induced boner in a long-time and they should be getting you wet and hard too ... just look at that hair * * * PLUS! We talk to Peter Hook about his take on Joy Division and New Order * * * J Mascis reveals that Dinosaur Jr.'s return is not as joyous as you may think * * * Two Door Cinema Club give us a pat on the back for being the first mag to write about them * * * Iron Maiden's Steve Harris goes solo * * * Bo Ningen tell us why they sing in Japanese *** LA's The Bots declare "Punk is a dead genre" *** And over 100 albums and singles reviewed!
Here today, gone tomorrow, goes the saying, but in TOY's case we hope it's not Hair today, gone tomorrow, as the follicularly blessed five-some have exploded onto the London scene with a blast not heard since their best buddies The Horrors. With a tantalising live show and a cracking new album that's not been off the Artrocker stereo we reckon the hype's for real with this bunch, but it's up to you fickle lot who gets to decide, so vote with your feet and buy the issue and find out why you should make your next purchase TOY's debut album!
We've also got New Order and Joy Division legend Peter Hook telling us about his new book and solo tour, J Mascis bemoaning his return with Dinosaur Jr., newcomers The Bots putting the boot into punk, as well as Two Door Cinema Club applauding Artrocker's brilliance at spotting their talent before anyone else ... ah, thanks, boys.
And as if that wasn't enough, as usual we've reviewed about a gazillion records for your geeky delight, and even more interviews with the best bands in the land and beyond.
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