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Bob Mould

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Off the Underground Wall: Husker Du's Bob Mould

Interview by Bruce Pollock, Guitar, July 1987

IN A ROCK 'N' ROLL world seemingly littered with spandex sheep, Bob Mould is a definite character, from his solid, Midwestern farmboy semi-crew and lumpen ...

Bob Mould's Quiet Life After Husker Du

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 19 August 1988

FOR THE BETTER part of the 1980s, Husker Du was the leading light of the American rock 'n' roll underground. The Minneapolis-based trio came crashing ...

Ex-Husker Du Bob Mould Offers an Exercise in Angst

Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 19 May 1989

TO BORROW two titles from bluesman Sonny Boy Williamson, Bob Mould could be Mr. Downchild taking up permanent residence on Bummer Road. ...

Bob Mould: Out of the Warehouse

Profile and Interview by Mark Cooper, The Guardian, 21 July 1989

DESPITE THE flood of veterans currently patching up ancient quarrels for one last sack of ancient dollars, divorce rather than reconciliation remains the common fate ...

Bob Mould: Raining in my Hart

Interview by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 1 September 1990

Having moved from Minnesota to New York, Bob Mould's second solo LP, Black Sheets Of Rain, is more amped-up, urban angst than acoustic, pastoral pain. ...

Bob Mould and Jello Biafra: Two Faces of Punk

Interview by Mark Kemp, Option, July 1991


Sugar: Big Rock Candy Mountain

Interview by Andrew Mueller, Melody Maker, 8 August 1992

Sugar are Bob Mould's New Band. Bob Mould used to be in Husker Du. Without Husker Du, maybe Nirvana would never have happened. Andrew Mueller ...

Sugar: Beaster

Review by David Cavanagh, Select, May 1993

PRAISE BOB! He is! He is the Messiah! Amen to Sugar's six commandments ...

Ground Sugar

Interview by Stephen Dalton, Vox, June 1993

After the candy-coated calm of Sugar’s Copper Blue comes the breeding, howling storm of Beaster. And the man at the helm, Bob Mould, ain’t about ...

Bob Mould wants to kill off his Frankenstein monster

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 20 September 1996

IF ALTERNATIVE ROCK is Frankenstein's monster, Bob Mould is Dr. Frankenstein. One of 'em, anyway. Or so he feels – although he's far less guilt-ridden ...

The Real Godfather of Grunge: Bob Mould's Modulate

Review by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore City Paper, 20 March 2002

KURT COBAIN WAS a wonderful musician, but the combination of a best-selling record, a tabloid marriage and a lurid suicide inflated his reputation all out ...

The Living End: Can Bob Mould and Paul Westerberg handle middle age?

Review by Jason Cohen, Slate, 30 April 2002

OLD ROCKERS keep on getting younger. "Hope I die before I get old" remains the relevant credo, but it's no longer restricted to those who ...

Bob's Their Uncle: Bob Mould, Mean Fiddler, London

Live Review by Jude Rogers, The Observer, 11 September 2005

THE MEAN FIDDLER is thick with black T-shirts, shaven heads and heavy spirals of smoke — from onstage behind Bob Mould and the cigarettes being ...

see also Hüsker Dü

see also Sugar


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