Tag: Husker Du

Interview: Grant Hart. The Hart of Grant.

Grant Hart has cast an intriguing figure across the musical landscape for more than 30 years. From his early work as one half of the songwriting core of the influential US band Hüsker Dü, through Nova Mob and solo albums, Hart has created a body of work that attracts admiration and curiosity. In anticipation of the new album The Argument, due out next month, Grant and his new band played a handful of shows in the UK and Ireland. On a sunny afternoon, the day after his well received London showcase at Water Rats, I met up with Grant in...

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Photography: Bob Mould @ The Electric Ballroom

Bob Mould is one of my all-time favourite guitarists and performers. I was at his first solo shows in London when Workbook came out. Then (1989) he climbed to the top of the massive speakers columns and played I See A Little Light. Now he still moves around at an erratic pace and but climbing the stacks is perhaps too much. On the Silver Age tour Bob still has the gritty angst of a man with a hundred mile-an-hour thought going through his head and the trade mark jerky moves and strumming through scales playing means that it is...

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