New Sounds New Styles Magazine September 1981 Soft Cell Visage Stimuln b-Movie + Kid Creole Poster
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New Sounds New Styles Magazine September 1981 Soft Cell Visage Stimuln b-Movie + Kid Creole PosterNew Sounds New Styles Magazine Sept 1981 No 3 Includes a Kid Creole/Belle Stars poster
Ever since their appearance on the Some Bizzare album, b-Movie have been firmly identified with 'futurist' music. But, they say, their appeal is much wider, their music less easily labelled
SEASIDE I: SEA SAND AND STYLE
Sand, sweat, sea, sweet papers, ice cream, knotted handkerchiefs, glistening bodies, sand everywhere. Ian Roberts, guitarist/songwriter with The Lemons, who've just released their debut single 'My Favourite Band' on Race Records, captures the essence of an English summer. He also styles some distinctly hot fashions for September 81.
STEVE STRANGE IN NEW YORK
American fascination with the new London scene already evident from the reception given to Adam Ant and Spandau Ballet reached new heights when Steve Strange arrived at his New York party riding a camel John Swenson asks him how the trip went.
BIG SHOTS AT THE BAR
Some pretty odd cocktails are consumed in the nightclub underworld. Ace investigator Harry Cool flies in from Stateside and hits the trail of the most lethal concoctions of the moment.
An all-girl band with plenty of colour and an exciting sound. Dave Rimmer submits himself to an interview and Gered Mankowitz says, hey, stop, hold it, stand still, cheese'
Two gentlemen in (tainted) love with cabaret, frocks, and all things trashy have just cut some of the sharpest grooves to have emerged from the new pop. Jessamy Calkin talks to Soft Cell and discovers a few fancy fetishes.
Stephen Linard has the rare distinction of winning acclaim for his clothes design both from established quarters (he was the undoubted star of this year's St Martin's degree show) and from the alternative fashion world He featured in the i-D spread of the special edition of NSNS way back in March and is now hot property much sought after by the fashion magazines. Graham K Smith feels the cloth, admires the cut and reveals the designer, Animal Magnet model the Emigre collection.
El Ferrari is a thoroughbred, he doesn't have style, he embodies it, and as it turns out he doesn't listen to music, he just makes it Bryan Ferry is a very private and personal man who rarely gives interviews, but he chose to speak to us. Deanne Pearson listened and Paul Edmond looked on
BIDDIE N EVE
The longest running show in town, and very probably the raciest in the race. Biddie and Eve, high camp and a spry vamp coupled in cabaret to produce myrth and merriment, 'Indescribable' is how they're usually described, but David Johnson scours his thesaurus in an effort to capture the joyous essence of such a singular pair.
New Sounds, our premise and our promise, so we present for your delectation: Stimulin (London funk), O K. Jive (African Highlife) and Our Daughters Wedding (American garden furniture). You can't say we don't live up to our name.
SOUNDS AND STYLES OF BRIXTON
Brixton is a place of contradictions; angry and joyous, heavy and humorous, DEPRESSED BUT PROUD. Brixton is a place of sound and vision, a bustling, steaming slice of London with a rhythm all its own. Poetry, paintings, photographs, music. Call it culture, cal! it Brixton. A community portrays itself.
GALLERY JILL FUNANOVSKY
Jill Furmanovsky and her dog present a gallery of photographs that includes a Mo-Dette, a couple of Cramps, five Devos and that dog. Oh yes, there's almost a picture of Jill as well.
SEASIDE II: BANK HOLIDAY FUN
Robert Elms takes a trip to Bank Holidays past and present and comes up with tales of fun, fashion and overcrowded removal vans while Barclays bask in the sun (What? Ed)
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