December 31, 2010
#2 behind (surprise, surprise) Paul Weller – feels like 1985 again
December 31, 2010
I cannot believe Grinderman II finished above BR. What a strange list… is the Ferry album any good? And Killing Joke!!??!!
December 29, 2010
1. Lloyd Cole, Broken Record (Tapete): Record of the year, man. Rock ‘n’ roll pop-folk that’s full-band perfect; there’s sadness, joy, pure wretched heartbreak, self-loathing, drinking and, of course, the glorious piss-takes; from “Writer’s Retreat!”: “When you head out to the shack in the woods, I won’t be there.”
December 14, 2010
Well … they say all publicity is good, don’t they? A mention of Rattlesnakes and Lloyd Cole in this piece of creative writing from Sabotage Times.
December 7, 2010
Germany’s most popular woman’s magazine; puts Broken Record on the best list just behind the Beatles.
December 6, 2010
Edwyn Collins Bored. Steve Mason Lost and Found. KT Tunstall Fade Like A Shadow. Unkle Bob Satellite. Lloyd Cole Like a Broken Record.
November 4, 2010
A very flatering article on the Figaro (french rightist newspaper) web site. The article (in french) compares Lloyd and Suzanne Vega, both in Paris this week, who still deserve their …
October 31, 2010
Article Scan. I choose Prince, T.Rex, The Walkmen, Wire, Highway 61
October 4, 2010
Lloyd, Cole and the Commotion – headline news in British tabloid, The Sun.
September 3, 2010
A few years ago, James Venhaus wrote a nifty 10-minute piece for TheatreASAP, the annual 24-hour play fest, that traced a relationship from the end to the beginning. Venhaus spent the summer expanding the piece, which is getting its premiere run at the Overtime Theater. The new work, retitled Broken Record, lives up to the promise of the shorter work.