Author Archives: Pete Cary

For The Record: Talking Heads ‘Speaking In Tongues’

Gigslutz contributor Pete Cary takes a close look at one of the albums that helped shape his childhood. Powerless of choice to what was played on the stereo of his parents car growing up, Pete was forced to listen to Talking Heads-Speaking in…

Blur vs Oasis: 20 Years On

A comparable set to the Blur vs Oasis rivalry of the mid-nineties is not likely to happen again in our lifetime. For those that remember it – and it is with trepidation that I face up to the fact that a modern-day…

INTERVIEW: Andrew Tiernan

Known for his numerous television credits, including Prime Suspect, Luther, and Life on Mars, Andrew Tiernan is also a regular feature on big-blockbuster affairs like 300. For his latest movie Dragonfly, the recognisable actor took up roles on both sides…

FILM: Cobain: Montage of Heck

It’s 48 hours since I watched Brett Morgen’s latest documentary, Cobain: Montage of Heck, and for the most part I’m still trying to unpick what I think of it. There’s much to be said for any theatrical experience that does…

Keith Levene Announces Limited Edition Commercial Zone 2014

Just four months after announcing the re-release of Commercial Zone, the former Clash guitarist and long-time musical devil Keith Levene has yet again revealed another impending edition of Public Image Ltd’s ‘lost fourth album’. This time round ‘limited’ is very…

10 of the Best Music Feature Films

’10 of the best’ doesn’t even begin to describe how many great options there are for this feature. With that caveat, here’s our take on some of the absolute classics… 24 Hour Party People For the purposes of full disclosure:…

Tree of Wolves Release New ‘Shapes’ Single

After a year of extensive touring, Welsh group Tree Of Wolves have reconvened in the studio once more after a remarkable twelve months. As the headline act at Cardiff’s last Oxjam gig, the band have garnered praise from the likes…

INTERVIEW: Sleaford Mods – Invisible Britain documentary

Sleaford Mods aren’t so much exposing the irrelevance of contemporary British pop music as smashing straight through it – armed with nothing more than a microphone and a laptop. A new documentary, Invisible Britain, directed and produced by independent filmmakers Nathan Hannawin…

Interview: Ric Rawlins on The Super Furry Animals

Ric Rawlins‘ new book, Rise of The Super Furry Animals, charts the iconic 90s Welsh band from margins to mainstream in a constantly surprising, and often hilarious, way. Pete Cary spoke to the author to find out what fans can…