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Graham K. Smith

Graham K. Smith

In the early '80s, Graham K. Smith wrote for I-D., Sounds, NME, New Sounds New Styles and Record Mirror. Though he briefly returned to music journalism in 1985 as the Style Editor of short-lived mag The Hit, he had already "soul my soul to telly" by this point. Telly is where Graham has worked ever since. He has been an Executive Producer for the BBC and a Commissioning Executive for Channel 4 and Channel Five. He now runs the consultancy firm Grand Scheme TV.

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Freeez of a kind

Interview by Graham K. Smith, Record Mirror, 8 October 1983

PETER MAAS is excited. Quite right too, you might say, what with the rebirth of his first love Freeez — written off by all after ...

Grand Mixer D.ST: D.ST Sounds

Interview by Graham K. Smith, Record Mirror, 14 January 1984

HEARD OF Boo-Ski?... or Shahiem?... or perhaps Godfather KC?... or maybe even Pin or King? No? You will, you will. Bossed by ace turntable rhythm ...

Propaganda: Lies, Lies, Lies

Interview by Graham K. Smith, Record Mirror, 31 March 1984

Remember those glorious early days of Stiff, 2-Tone, Postcard, and the like? — heady times when copping the latest labels' latest carried more clout than ...

The Smiths: The Smiths (Rough Trade}

Review by Graham K. Smith, Record Mirror, 25 February 1984

"A COMPLETE signal post in the history of popular music." Little Stevie Morrissey's verdict on his own work bears his usual stamp of camp immodesty ...

The Smiths: Strictly Shrub-wise

Interview by Graham K. Smith, Record Mirror, 12 November 1983

MORRISSEY IS a bit of a saucy fellow. ...

Donna Summer: Sermon chanted evening

Interview by Graham K. Smith, Record Mirror, 15 October 1983

DONNA SUMMER is a star. ...

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