Careless Talk Costs Lives
Careless Talk Costs Lives was a British music magazine, launched by writer Everett True and photographer Steve Gullick as an antidote to the "traditional" UK music press, and published from January 2002 until November 2003.
List of articles in the library
Fugazi, Minor Threat: Ian MacKaye: Inventing Hardcore
Profile and Interview by Ben Myers, Careless Talk Costs Lives, March 2002
"These are our demands: we want control of our bodies. decisions will now be ours. you can carry out your noble actions, we will carry ...
Richard Hell: Hell Is Other People
Interview by Ben Myers, Careless Talk Costs Lives, March 2002
IN HOT And Cold, Richard Hell's new collection of three decades of writing, there's a photo of a young obscure poet called Theresa Stern. She ...
Belle and Sebastian: Brixton Academy, London (3 April, 2002)
Live Review by Tim Footman, Careless Talk Costs Lives, June 2002
THE QUEEN MOTHER has been dead for four days. I remember reading that she was a dab hand on the bongos. Belle and Sebastian have ...
Maher Shalal Hash Baz: 93 Feet East, London
Live Review by Tim Footman, Careless Talk Costs Lives, August 2002
PROFANE: Someone has lipsticked "cunt slut" on the wall of the disabled toilet. ...
Notes Towards a Definition Of “Indie”
Essay by Tim Footman, Careless Talk Costs Lives, January 2003
From: Jerry Thackray. To: Contributors. Sent: 15 April 2002 08:21. Subject: From MOJO. "Opening with an editorial diatribe about the state of the music press, ...
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