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Kenickie: 'We Think We're Bulletproof!'

Interview by David Bennun, Melody Maker, 1996

...and KENICKIE may well be right. The coolest, funniest, sharpest, rockingest all-girl-and-boy band in Britain to The Maker out for a night on the tiles and left ...

Kenickie: The Zap, Brighton

Live Review by David Bennun, Melody Maker, 13 July 1996

COULD I just get this out of the way? I mean, Kenickie are wonderful for what they are, not what they aren't, but I'd just ...

Kenickie: Laverne and shrilly

Profile and Interview by Caitlin Moran, The Times, 23 August 1996

Kenickie bless the beats, the beasts and the children ...

Kenickie: It's Great When You're Straight 'A'... Yeah!

Interview by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, 7 September 1996

They're impossibly young, they're most definitely 'free', they are KENICKIE and they've got A-levels coming out of their ears! And their lo-fi three-girl-one-boy punkoid action ...

Famous? Kenickie

Interview by Siân Pattenden, Select, November 1996

Punk rock. Splendid A-level results. Sponsorship by Boots No 7. Hail the sound of young Sunderland... ...

Kamikaze! Karaoke! Kenickie!

Interview by Caitlin Moran, Melody Maker, 9 November 1996

KENICKIE may barnstorm through life like kamikaze karaoke kids, but there's sadness in their madness ...

Kenickie: Underworld. London

Live Review by Robin Bresnark, Melody Maker, 4 January 1997

FLU, FLU, wretched, bastard flu. Wobbly, shaky, queasy arsehole flu. A touch of the sniffles, a grope of catarrh, a 50-quid hand job of nausea. ...

Kenickie: To Hell With Teen Spirit

Interview by Simon Price, Melody Maker, 11 January 1997

KENICKIE may be young, they may use guitars, they may be supernaturally exuberant. But they are not, repeat NOT, a teen punk band. With their ...

Kenickie: Socialist Smirkers Party

Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 10 May 1997

Tory-bashing, loads of shouting and plenty of swearing. Enough about STEVEN WELLS, 'cos here's KENICKIE. And they've brought their cracking debut LP At The Club ...

Kenickie: Bierkeller, Bristol

Live Review by Barbara Ellen, The Observer, 18 May 1997

Just wanna hear girls talk? ...

Kenickie: These Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Interview by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 28 May 1998

KENICKIE ARE SLUMPED in the shadow of a hundred teen idols. From the wall of their rehearsal room cafe, signed photos of former sensations, from ...

Kenickie: Electric Ballroom, London

Live Review by Neil Kulkarni, Melody Maker, 20 June 1998

HEY, LITTLE rich girl, where did you go wrong? The 'Nick should never have moved to London. Left home, met all these glittery chuckleheads, built ...

Kenickie: The Rocket, Leeds

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 10 October 1998

Kenickie's in a twist ...


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