Library Rock's Backpages

Dead Can Dance

Dead Can Dance

6 articles

List of articles in the library

By date | By writer | Most recently added

Dead Can Dance: Into the Labyrinth (4AD 45384-2; CD and cassette)

Review by Amy Linden, The New York Times, 12 December 1993

OVER THE course of 12 years and six albums, the Anglo-Irish duo Dead Can Dance has created music that gives new meaning to the word ...

Dead Can Dance: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Ian Gittins, The Guardian, 28 October 2012

IN THE LATE 1980S, effusive music journalists were in the habit of eulogising spectacularly ornate or baroque pieces of arthouse music — particularly on the 4AD ...

Dead Can Dance: Back From The Grave!

Interview by Andrew Mueller, Uncut, December 2012

Resurrected after 16 years – the high priest and priestess of global goth-ambience, Dead Can Dance. ...

Dead Can Dance: Restless Souls

Interview by Martin Aston, MOJO, December 2012

THE PENUMBRAL LEGEND of Dead Can Dance — 4AD's ethno-gothic enigmas — has loomed large in their 16 year absence from the studio. Now the ...

4AD Records: The "pure" label behind Pixies and Cocteau Twins

Retrospective and Interview by Martin Aston, The Guardian, 10 October 2013

Little was known about Ivo Watts-Russell and Peter Kent, the enigmatic founders of celebrated indie label 4AD, until they were tracked down in the US. ...

4AD Records: Labelled with Love

Retrospective and Interview by Wyndham Wallace, Classic Pop, November 2013

A new book, Martin Aston's Facing The Other Way, tells the story of a label that scored just a single number one hit during the ...


back to LIBRARY