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Yip-Yip-Yip-Yip-Yip-Yip-Yip-Yip-YEEEOOOOWWW!!! for the Boredoms

Report and Interview by Ian Christe, Alternative Press, March 1993

IT’S THE FRESHEST sound around, if you ever get the chance to hear it. The Boredoms play the space jazz rap music of the ...

Boredoms: Metro, Chicago

Live Review by Everett True, Melody Maker, 10 July 1993

NEXT TO ME stands Corey (Touch & Go), mouth agape. Next to him is Ian MacKaye (Fugazi), bobble hat bobbing deliriously. A few kids scatter-dance, ...

It's The 'Looza Baby, Why Don't You Kill It?

Report by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 30 July 1994

LOLLAPALOOZA once had the chance to be the greatest rock'n'roll circus the planet had ever seen. But, in spite of the live spectacle of VERVE, ...

Boredoms: Never a Dull Moment

Report and Interview by Chris Campion, New Musical Express, 13 July 2002

EYE YAMANTAKA, founder and creative visionary of Japan's Boredoms, is one of rock's great eccentrics. His band churn out a cosmic slop for kids with ...

The Boredoms: Drilled to Infinity

Retrospective and Interview by Edwin Pouncey, The Wire, September 2002

Over 15 years, Osaka's Boredoms have mutated from a splatterpunk avant noise group to the streamlined ferocity of their current mantric percussion barrage. In London, ...


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