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The Things They Say 6412

6th December 2007

"If I'm watching a film I get this visual stimulation. It's like a fever that can be caught once in a while, I can find a path to a song - it just happens." Movie-loving...

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The Things They Say 6400

5th December 2007

"I had a feeling about something there and then through sheer misery from not finding people, and depression from there being a really strong urge in me to do something musical. From there something tremendous...

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Interpol: 'We Don't Get Along'

30th November 2007

Rockers INTERPOL are constantly at war with each other - and don't even consider themselves friends. Since forming in 1998, the band's clashing personalities have caused them frequent bust-ups - and drummer Sam Fogarino insists...

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Police Close Music-sharing Site

23rd October 2007

Police in Britain and the Netherlands have closed down an illegal music-sharing site estimated to have 180,000 members.The OiNK.cd website was the subject of a two-year investigation led by the music industry and law-enforcement agencies,...

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Razorlight Conclude Day One Of Reading

25th August 2007

Razorlight have concluded the first day of action at this year's Reading festival, with sunny weather this weekend offering a reprieve from the mud.At the festival's sister site in Leeds, Smashing Pumpkins headlined the main...

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Carling Weekend Gets Underway

24th August 2007

The Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds festivals is now underway with weather forecasts predicting a warm and sunny weekend.Bands performing at the Reading site today include Razorlight, Kings of Leon, Interpol, Maximo Park and Albert...

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Illness Forces Interpol To Cancel Gig

22nd August 2007

New York band Interpol were forced to cancel a gig at Newcastle Academy last night after a member of the band was unwell.Bassist Carlos D was struck down with illness before the show kicked off...

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Interpol Cancer U.k. Gig

22nd August 2007

American rockers INTERPOL were forced to cancel a U.K. gig after a bandmember was struck down by a mystery illness. The group were due to play at the Newcastle Academy venue on Tuesday (21Aug07), but...

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Reading Festival Overcomes Weather

21st August 2007

Some camping areas at this year's Reading festival have been closed after the event organisers described the land as "unusable".However, extra camping in the car park areas has been made available to compensate for sites...

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The Things They Say 5399

18th August 2007

"After Kurt died, I really resented everybody getting into Green Day. I was like, 'A f**king legend just passed, and you guys are listening to Green Day...' I was really passionate about it." INTERPOL frontman...

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Pearl Jam And Iggy Conclude Lollapalooza

6th August 2007

Legendary surf rockers Pearl Jam concluded Chicago's Lollapalooza festival yesterday with a two-hour set.The band played a huge number of tracks from their extensive back catalogue to a tired and somewhat groggy crowd.Chicago's mix of...

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Interpol: 'We Feel Sorry For Editors'

30th July 2007

American band INTERPOL sympathise with their British rock rivals EDITORS, because it's proving impossible to escape their shadow. The British four-piece formed in 2003 - five years after Interpol stamped their mark on the music...

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Interpol Rocker Eyes Big Screen

26th July 2007

INTERPOL rocker CARLOS DENGLER is taking time out of music to start his acting career. The bassist, 33, is stepping up his movie work after previously contributing songs to the score of The Devil Wears...

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Interpol Star Cleans Up And Tries Acting

24th July 2007

INTERPOL rocker CARLOS D was forced to clean up his life after a series of Internet attacks targeting his bad behaviour, because the criticism started to upset him. The guitarist admits he grew tired of...

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T.i. Still On Top

18th July 2007

Rapper T.I. has fought off challenges from INTERPOL and the reformed SMASHING PUMPKINS to lead the U.S. album chart for a second week. The hip-hop hitmaker's T.I. vs. T.I.P. album sold 175,000 copies in its...

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The Enemy Score Number One Album

16th July 2007

The Enemy have stormed to the top of the UK album charts with their debut effort We'll Live and Die In These Towns.The Coventry band saw off tough competition from New York band Interpol, who...

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Interpol Regret Split 'Joke'

6th July 2007

American rockers INTERPOL have apologised for misleading fans to believe the band had split. The four-piece are back with their third album after a three-year hiatus, but many feared they'd never return after an internet...

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Acts Added To Carling Weekend

12th June 2007

A number of new acts have been added to the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds festivals including Brakes and Devendra Banhart.Brakes will play the Radio 1/NME Stage on August 25th in Reading and the following...

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More T In The Park Tickets Available

6th June 2007

An extra allocation of tickets will be available for T in the Park, with 1,000 released for July 7th and a further 1,000 for July 8th.Cancellations due to the festival's anti-touting policy against multiple bookings...

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Interpol Set For UK Tour

30th May 2007

Interpol have announced a number of UK dates in addition to the group's festival appearances this summer.The New York-based band will play five shows split between August and November, culminating in a London gig at...

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Carling Stage Line-ups Announced

22nd May 2007

The full line-ups for the Carling stage at the Reading and Leeds festivals have been announced, with some surprising additions.Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr will be headlining the stage, bringing his solo offering Yours to...

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Pumpkins And Monkeys At Osheaga

11th May 2007

Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys have been added to the bill at the Osheaga festival in Montreal.The Monkeys will be bringing their new album Favourite Worst Nightmare to a huge number of festival crowds across the...

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Carling Weekend Expands Further

1st May 2007

A number of new acts have been added to the Carling Weekend bill, including a few old favourites alongside newer bands.Jimmy Eat World and Eagles of Death Metal will play the main stage, along with...

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Bjork And Monkeys Perform At Coachella

29th April 2007

The Californian Coachella festival is underway and has already witnessed some frantic and at times bizarre performances.Bjork closed the first night of the festival performing tracks from her forthcoming album Volta in a typically outrageous...

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Bjork And Monkeys Perform At Coachella

28th April 2007

The Californian Coachella festival is underway and has already witnessed some frantic and at times bizarre performances.Bjork closed the first night of the festival performing tracks from her forthcoming album Volta in a typically outrageous...

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Smashing Pumpkins To Headline Virgin Festival

16th March 2007

Reformed rockers THE SMASHING PUMPKINS have confirmed they'll perform their first North American show of 2007 at the Virgin Festival in Toronto, Canada in September (07). The group, fronted by BILLY CORGAN, will co-headline the...

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Interpol: 'Struggling Is Good'

16th March 2007

Cult American rockers INTERPOL insist struggling for success in the music industry is "healthy" and "character building". Frontman DANIEL KESSLER isn't jealous of bands who achieve overnight success - but admits he was "saddened" after...

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Interpol: 'Struggling Is Good'

16th March 2007

Cult American rockers INTERPOL insist struggling for success in the music industry is "healthy" and "character building". Frontman DANIEL KESSLER isn't jealous of bands who achieve overnight success - but admits he was "saddened" after...

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Fascinating Fact 1961

16th August 2006

American rockers INTERPOL have ditched their label Matador Records to sign a new deal with Capitol. After two albums that both sold more than 400,000 copies worldwide, the band are planning to hit the studio...

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Interpol Deny Breakup Rumours

11th July 2006

Rock group INTERPOL are slamming reports they are on the verge of splitting. The group have frantically posted letters to fans on their website confirming they are still going strong after it was reported work...

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