Tag Archives: Mathew Priest

Space: the vinyl frontier – back in touch with Ian McNabb

It was the morning after the night before when I called Ian McNabb, and it was just sinking in that it wasn’t just a bad dream. Boris Johnson really was the new Prime Minister, as the Cold Shoulder and Icicle … Continue reading

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Back to The Icicle Works – the Ian McNabb interview

  I don’t pretend to be the greatest aficionado on the life and times of Ian McNabb, the esteemed Liverpudlian singer-songwriter and leader of The Icicle Works. But I know a fair bit about the Merseybeast’s story, not least his considerable … Continue reading

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Dodgy / David John Jaggs – Ribchester Village Hall

There haven’t been a right lot of opportunities to stay out for the summer in my adopted Lancashire of late, but it all clicked right last Friday evening. It was as if Hollow Horse Events’ Carl Barrow had specially laid … Continue reading

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Holding Dodgy to the Light – the Mathew Priest interview

It’s been four years since festival favourites Dodgy returned to the fold, and 15 years since their double-platinum selling third album, Free Peace Sweet saw them at the peak of their commercial success. But don’t for one moment think their best days … Continue reading

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