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Old NME Interview 8/1/94

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Posted by the Drexciya Research Lab. For those not on Facebook. 

 

 

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Love this old shit. Takes me right back. 

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Some other stuff they posted a while ago too.

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the orders a bit fucked on the one interview,. will try to fix when im not in work....(edit: fixed now)

 

Glad old Richie bach was around when i was a teenager. there is far worse hero's to grow up with. 

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Quite so. These years really have peeled off. That old Volume compilation looks as antiquated to me as shit from the 60s and 70s used to look when I was young but it sure was the tits when I was a teenager. Looks like "the loads of cash" have gotten him to perform again. He's anything if consistent 25 years on. 

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Love reading these old NME articles.

The timeline is rather fuzzy, so probably not 100% accurate but as I remember the first time I read about Sir Richard was the Japanese artist who was cremated with her Aphex vinyl collection.

I also remember the one when he goes on a pub crawl round London (with Arab Strap? among others) Which is a bit odd considering he was supposed to be even a hermit, even way back then.

I really wish I never threw away all those early to mid 90’s copies of the NME.

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amazing read! mad props for posting these 👍🤯🥴

those 92/93 sets were crazy fantastic, no?

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5 hours ago, beer badger said:

Love reading these old NME articles.

The timeline is rather fuzzy, so probably not 100% accurate but as I remember the first time I read about Sir Richard was the Japanese artist who was cremated with her Aphex vinyl collection.

I also remember the one when he goes on a pub crawl round London (with Arab Strap? among others) Which is a bit odd considering he was supposed to be even a hermit, even way back then.

I really wish I never threw away all those early to mid 90’s copies of the NME.

I wish I had mine too, gutted I threw them out. The first thing I read was the 93 March mixmag (dance A-Z) I think. It said something about digeridoo and speed limits. Went straight in my brother's room and nicked his digeridoo cd to hear was it was like. Never given it back.

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This was the month later and I got Juno 6 not long after that:

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There were a couple of things that haunted me on this list until the internet kicked off 10 years later:

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And I might die wondering what this is: 

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Just found this hunting for those future music images so I'll post it too: 

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Music journalism was definitely more exciting back then. Imo. Nowadays it’s just a snooze fest. Probably why I like watmm, people speaking freely and saying mostly what’s on their mind. 
 

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