NME – 16 August 2014

NME

 16 August 2014

MANIC STREET PREACHERS
Emily Mackay and Dan Martin take us on a journey back to August 1994, when the Manics unleashed their finest – and bleakest – moment, ‘The Holy Bible’
MERCHANDISE
Phil Hebblethwaite flies out to “dirty, greasy” Florida to find a motormouth frontman and a gang of DIY misfits who are desperate to escape
HOWLING OWL
Hazel Sheffield heads to Bristol to tell the inspiring story of the innovative label that the city tried to shackle but couldn’t keep down
Who inspired Anna Calvi to be a singer?
All is revealed as she takes us through the soundtrack to her life
What’s the secret of Portishead’s enduring brilliance?
We put their classic album ‘Dummy’ under the spotlight
NMEWhy is the Fender Stratocaster the most iconic rock guitar?
Johnny Marr, Parquet Courts and Albert Hammond Jr share their opinions

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