Tag: Kula Shaker

Interview: The Rebirth of Kula Shaker

Has it really been 20 years since Kula Shaker released their debut album, K? At the time it was the fastest selling debut since Oasis’s Definitely Maybe, and went on to shift more than 1m copies. Follow up albums performed well and solidified a hardcore fan base, but ultimately failed to match the band’s initial commercial success. Always excelling as a live band, they recently reformed and are currently touring throughout February and March, including a sold-out show at the Roundhouse in London. I recently met with lead singer Crispian Mills and drummer Paul Winterhart in west London where...

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Live: Kula Shaker @ The Roundhouse

Live: Kula Shaker @ The Roundhouse Kula Shaker were to the nineties what Franz Ferdinand became in the noughties: a band with a wildly successful debut album followed by over-saturated press coverage followed by descent into obscurity – whilst everybody wondered whether they had actually been any good in the first place. Everybody, that is, except for the people who saw Kula Shaker play live. I had that pleasure twice in their eminent years and they were without doubt one of the most exciting live acts I’ve ever seen. The band went on hiatus in 1999, fully reforming (minus...

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