New Sounds New Styles Magazine July 1981 complete with rare David Bowie poster
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New Sounds New Styles Magazine July 1981 complete with rare David Bowie posterRare issue of New Sounds New Styles Magazine July 1981.
PORTRAIT Of THE ARTIST
David Bowie remains an inspiration to anyone who appreciates innovation in music and style. We asked another artist, Fashion keyboards player Mulligan, to paint Bowie for this month's giant poster. Nicky Compaen paints a picture of Mulligan in words.
TOGETHER THEY SHINE
With their album 'Intuition' and three hit singles, Dave and Sketch have proved they're more than cult musicians. Linx have caught the mood of the minute with their highly individual, exciting sound. Geoff Brown reports.
THE YA YA OUTRAGE
"Our ideas are shaking the roots of certain parts of society which should have been shaken a hundred years ago". Jane Headley talks to Martin Degville and Jane Farrimond, a new partnership in clothes design.
Information on Liverpool's premier dance club, Cagneys, the Beat Route club in Soho and Club for Heroes, the latest joint venture of Rusty Egan and Steve Strange.
There's a new generation of hair stylists to cater for the colourful array of today's fashions And some of them will stop at nothing We look at four who've made their mark.
Funk Music feature:
"Funk is a feeling, funk is feeling, it's passion and it's power." Robert Elms steps into the story of the dance and puts a personal twist on the music of the minute.
THE CREOLE KID
"August Darnell has been waiting a long time for his time to come and now the Kid's all set to overturn what he sees as a soulless and style-starved world." Robert Elms went to a foreign place and brought back some very fresh fruit.
BALLET ON BROADWAY:
Spandau Ballet provided the music, Axiom the clothes for a complete slice of London in New York. This feature was designed by Graham Smith, the man who created Spandau's record covers and graphic style
New York record label ZE is the product of a remarkable partnership between August Darnell and Michael Zilkha. Peter Silverton profiles the Z of ZE.
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