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Kills, The

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs/The Kills/Har Mar Superstar: Astoria, London March 3rd

Live Review by Josh Rinkoff, Rock's Backpages, March 2003

Last week I went to the Astoria to see hip-pop miracle-workers-cum-funkmeisters N*E*R*D get down with their bad selves. This week is the turn of New ...

The Kills: 100 Club, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 15 March 2003

NOT TO BE CONFUSED with the Thrills, the Kills emanate a frigid stylishness that dares anyone to scoff at their ludicrous stage names (somehow, it's ...

The Kills

Profile and Interview by Jason Cohen, Spin, July 2003

WHO: Florida femme fatale "VV" and Englishman "Hotel," chain-smoking vegans with a beatbox and vintage gear, both of whom sing and play guitar. ...

The Kills: Soho Revue Bar, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 17 January 2008

ALISON MOSSHART is leaning over the lip of this small sometime-strip club's stage, like a comic-book character forcing her way out of the frame. Her ...

The Kills: Midnight Boom, madness, Mosshart and Kate Moss

Interview by Sophie Heawood, The Times, 7 March 2008

THE ACHINGLY HIP BAND have made a surprisingly solid album, while many of their trendy peers have fallen by the wayside. ...

The Kills: Jamie Hince

Interview by Ian Gittins, Man About Town, Spring 2009

THE QUIET Primrose Hill pub is tucked away down a discreet side street, and that is just the way Jamie Hince likes it. It looks ...

Alison Mosshart: "I listened to love songs for 24 hours straight yesterday"

Interview by Kate Mossman, The Guardian, 10 March 2013

SOME MUSICIANS wear their commitment to rock'n'roll like a series of battle scars. Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme has the place and time ...

The Kills: Soho Revue Bar, London W1

Live Review by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 18 January 2018

THE REVAMPED Revue Bar, formerly a famous strip club, couldn't have been more perfect for the Kills and their painfully trendy fans. Sexual tension is ...


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