New Sounds New Styles Magazine December 1981 Slits Grace Jones without poster

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New Sounds New Styles Magazine December 1981 Slits Grace Jones without poster
New Sounds New Styles Magazine Dec 1981 No 6.

Flagrant contradictions or fortuitous crossover. Ian Cranna reads The Simple Minds

The man who made Roxy who makes for Duran and Japan who makes an impassioned argument for the £300 suit.

The Slits played their first-ever gig supporting The Clash in February '77 in a tiny, delapidated cinema in Harlesden. The Clash have since gone on the superstardom and triple albums. Whatever happened to The Slits?

FASHION SHOWS 23 This time every year, London holds its own version of the Paris shows. This time, this year they promised to be of greater worth. Laura Hardy reports 

Ariva, the latest slice of London soul, high on the hip hispanic references, even higher on the list of new names to catch Ariva arrive. And Dislocation Dance a subtle and potent collage of ... well, there's some definite jazz bits and a smattering of electronics . And Haircut One Hundred Boy Meets Girl as the prettiest purveyors of the new funk talk about their favourite shirts.  

LAURIE ANDERSON 29 Question Since when did a performance artist make the Top Ten with an eccentric ditty about a man in tights? Answer. Since Laurie Anderson became incredibly famous. Jessamy Callan reports. 

The Lunatics Have Taken Over the Asylum; Robert Elms takes off his straightjacket just long enough to write down the word on a special record and a trio of very ordinary, very nice guys who've moved on a tone or two 

Avant is Grace Jones in Berlin, a postcard from The Jazzateers in Scotland, white felt bolero's from Stephen Jones, Haysi-Fantazee from out of the blue, African plaits from N5, the hottest sounds from Groove, African sculpture. a trombone and a plant. Avant is 

One of Britain's most consistently innovative photographers talks of pictures of Spandau Ballet, Rolls Royce, Linx, Beefeater Gin, Ultra vox, TR7, Depeche Mode, and Southend. And we see the black hole of Rotherhithe. 
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