Your audio accompaniment to Loud And Quiet 86
Charlotte Church is on the cover. That’s because her Pop Dungeon show is one of the most exciting and fun shows we’ve been to all year. In it, she covers a vast array of chart classics like Amerie’s ‘1 Thing’ and ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ to big tunes by Rage Against The Machine, Nirvana, Can and Black Sabbath.
And so, this month’s accompanying playlist starts with a couple of tracks she covered in her set in Birmingham last month.
Also inside Issue 86, we have feature interviews with Gotts Street Park, Richard Dawson, LICE, Lifestyle, Young MA, and The Only Ones’ Peter Perrett. Thurston Moore is is our Sweet 16, and Aldous Harding takes our Getting To Know You questionnaire.
The following playlist is a mix of artists who’re covered in the magazine, plus a few songs we’ve been enjoying during the making of it.
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