The Age is a daily newspaper which has been published in Melbourne, Australia, since 1854, and is now also available online.
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Chris Bailey, The Saints: Chris Bailey: Saint in Search of Earthiness
Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 25 November 1983
CHRIS BAILEY — troubador. That may be a new tag to stick on the Saints' front-man, but it's a reasonably accurate one, at least at ...
Laughing Clowns: Neo-Realism and the Zeitgeist
Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 1984
IT'S AN OLD ADAGE that worthwhile art only arises out of conflict. Friction, after all, is what generates the sparks that light the fire. ...
The Triffids: Self-Sufficient and Surviving
Profile and Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 6 January 1984
THE TITLE of the Triffids' debut album, Treeless Plain, refers, of course, to the Nullarbor. That it also suggests the mood of the album itself, ...
INXS — a Group in Search of Identity
Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 13 January 1984
IF AUSTRALIAN pop music really equals that anywhere in the world, it must follow that that it can be equally as bad. ...
The Hoodoo Gurus: Hoodoo Gurus, Beating the Trodden Path
Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 8 June 1984
THE HOODOO Gurus don't beat around the bush. Right from the very outset, with the first track on their debut album, Stoneage Romeos, they stake ...
The Flaming Hands: Don't try to keep yonder Flaming Hands to yourself: they're too good
Profile by Clinton Walker, The Age, 10 August 1984
IN A PARTNERSHIP lasting over four years, singer extraordinaire Julie Mostyn and guitarist /songwriter Jeff Sullivan have made the name Flaming Hands synonymous with a ...
Sam & Dave: Hold On, They're Coming
Profile and Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 15 February 1985
THE READERS of Smash Hits may not know it, but it's a fact that so many of their idols — today's transient pin-up popsters, Wham, ...
The Hoodoo Gurus: Hoodoo Gurus: Surprise For The Gurus
Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 19 July 1985
SURELY THE most surprising result at the recent "Countdown" awards was for the best debut album of last year, which went to the Hoodoo Gurus, ...
Nico: The Girl With The Faraway Eyes
Interview by Clinton Walker, The Age, 21 February 1986
THERE IS PERHAPS no world quite so cruel as rock and roll, where youth is everything, and with age comes not maturity but redundancy. Unless ...
Report and Interview by Stephen Dalton, The Age, April 2004
EVERY GENERATION produces a band that fiercely divides critical and public opinion, and nobody has carried that torch higher in the 21st century than Radiohead. ...
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