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Non-stop talking blues

I enjoyed talking recently with Nate Wilcox, a very perceptive interviewer, for the Let It Roll podcasts over the last few months. We recorded one on Iggy Pop, one on … Continue Reading →


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Golden Times

            Always nice to be featured on the coverlines alongside terrific writers such as Charles Shaar Murray, Paul du Noyer and Nick Kent. But it … Continue Reading →


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Snapshot of a dream

There are fascinating stories in the press today describing a ‘newly-discovered’ early David Bowie demo. In fact, the demo is mentioned in Starman, although there’s more to the story, from … Continue Reading →


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Travels with the Starman: a podcast

A few weeks ago I did a series of podcasts with writer Nate Wilcox, who’s a very astute interviewer; reads books with real precision, and always seems to winkle out … Continue Reading →


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By the Grace of God…

Very happy that Sister Rosetta Tharpe – who we put on the cover of one of my first issues of MOJO – finally gets a full feature in this month’s … Continue Reading →


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Shades of blue

To complement the current issue of Wallpaper*, here are a few of my images from the shoot with Farhad Samari. There’s also an interview about the fabric dyed with this … Continue Reading →


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Going natural: indigo in Tennessee

I enjoyed a brief, but inspiring, trip to Tennessee last autumn, for the indigo harvest. You can see my story in Wallpaper, on sale now. Photography by my good friend … Continue Reading →


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Lazarus 3: beyond the bounds of earth

The later trio of Lazarus songs (which we can now enjoy on the download EP, released January 8) arrived in quick succession. The Plan, a lovely ballad with sweet, almost … Continue Reading →


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Lazarus: the joy of a mash-up

  Throughout the autumn of 2014, Enda and David continued to work together. For Robert Fox, it was a question of being patient: “Once they got together, they just got … Continue Reading →


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Lazarus: a trilogy of memories

We’re approaching two potent dates: what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, on January 8, and the anniversary of when the Starman left us, on January 10 (the news … Continue Reading →