New Sounds New Styles Magazine October 1981 Teardrop Explodes Japan Pete Shelley Bauhaus
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New Sounds New Styles Magazine October 1981 Teardrop Explodes Japan Pete Shelley BauhausNew Sounds New Styles Magazine Oct 1981 No 4
COVER PHOTO: Midge Ure by Fin Costello. PULL-OUT COLOUR POSTER: U!travox by Brian Griffin coupled with Gary Numan by Geoff Howes.
Q: WHAT IS STYLE?
Q for question, or for quote. The question was, 'What is style?' The quotes range from Gary Kemp to Quentin Crisp, Oscar Wilde to Kid Creole.
NIGHTCLUBBING: GROOVY CELLAR
The new psychedelia descends into the depths of Planets Discotheque; Robin Katz goes down the stairs in search of pre-hippies, hipsters and the hippy hippy shake.
Our own Mr Rimmer ascends from the pavement to the penthouse to dine with Heaven 17. The British Electric Founders take him through a pretty solid menu.
You may have thought he was dead (he thought so too). But Harry Cool, the ace dick with nine lives, is this month resurrected to solve another mysterious case: who stole the Spandau Masterplan?
From Blondie to the Tom Tom Club, the New York craze has provoked numerous hip imitators, but what is the rap on the real thing? Nelson George, himself a New York writer of raps, tells the yarns of Harlem's rapping DJs.
From a schoolboy to a schoolgirl's dream, Julian Cope muses on the exploding fantasy he called Teardrop and plots his path into the video age.
One of Britain's top fashion names, John 'Chatters' gives no interviews. Except, that is, to us. Robert Elms catches the conversation while lain McKell captures the cloth.
This month it's Multivizion, who with 'Work To Live' have just released one of the best records of the funk boom; Shock, whose new line-up sets them on course for a chartbusting future; and .. .
.. and Pete Shelley, Manchester's most famous ex-Buzzcock, who with a new computer and a new producer has just come up with a whole new sound.
This month, Derek Ridgers looks at female plastic from Japan, a couple of kisses, a solitary slit and a bevy of beautiful skins.
Bauhaus the band, Bauhaus the movement. The art of the 30s alongside the music of the 80s as the inspirational school of radical design is pitted against the group who took its name.
New Romantics or Neo-Classicists? Dave Rimmer debates the essence of the new music with Midge and Billy and comes up with some pretty firm conclusions.
The lead singer of Liverpool's Dead Or Alive looks like excess incarnate. "Most people seem to find Pete Burns' very existence a challenge . ." But lan Cranna discovers a shy face beneath the fiery facade.
Pose, Patti and Punk: a medley aargh ) of fashion shots that takes three looks at variants of modern style.
MICK KARN OF JAPAN
Japan man, sculptor and chef: Mick Karn is a man of many talents and Jessamy Catkin catches him at home.
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