Category Archives: Interviews

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Jim Reid talks about Psychocandy 25 years on

November 1st marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Psychocandy, the Jesus & Mary Chain’s debut album. To celebrate Jim Reid has given an interview to the Von Pip Musical Express where he talks about the album comparing it to “an old photograph” and Read more

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Interview with Sean Jackson of 18 Wheeler

After more than a decade away, Sean Jackson of 18 Wheeler returns with his debut solo album. We caught up with him to talk about his time on the label, upsetting Kate Moss, gigging with Kim Fowley, life since the 90’s heyday and working with Read more

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New Ride interview now online

Ride recently reunited in Oxford for a chat with the local Nightshift magazine. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut EP the band took some time to reflect on their early days in Oxford, signing to Creation and deny any responsibility for the bands that Read more

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New Interview with Pete from Adorable

The Retrophobic website has posted a new interview with Pete Fijalkowski from Adorable in which he reveals he is currently recording with the House of Love’s Terry Bickers and also talks further about his time in Adorable and Creation Records. To read the full interview Read more

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Creation Acts remember the 80s

Every couple of decades fashion seems to come round again and with 80s fashion currently in full swing amongst the youngsters, some of the acts who made their name in that decade discuss the era with the Saatchi Gallery website. Featured in the interview is Read more

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New The Telescopes Interview

Stephen Lawrie of The Telescopes has given a new interview to The Dumbing of America website. In the interview he talks about his time on Creation and the development of the band over the last two decades.

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Classic Interviews #1 – Baby Amphetamine

Baby Amphetamine were put together by Alan McGee and Joe Foster in April 1987. The band consisted of three shop assistants from the Virgin Megastore and was Creation’s reaction to manufactured pop. Although the band only released one single, Chernobyl Baby (who needs the Government?), Read more