Updated: Apr 6, 2019
We are proud to announce Eighth Day Magazine Issue Seven! It is now available to pre-order in Print form from our shop, with the eMag version, for those of you who prefer to read on your computers and mobile devices to follow! As usual, Issue Seven will also be available from Action Records in Preston and The Waterloo Music Bar in Blackpool!
Building on our reputation as "the magazine equivalent of TFI Friday" (TFI Saturday?!) and as taking up where the NME and Melody Maker left off, Issue Seven is a veritable Britpop / '90s indie feast for your eyes, ears and soul, featuring interviews with Space, The Real People and These Animal Men. Space tell us all about their career so far, with a MASSIVE EXCLUSIVE ABOUT THEIR BRAND NEW ALBUM and much more besides, whilst The Real People similarly re-live their career and SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT ABOUT EVERYTHING OASIS! Meanwhile, speeed (sic) kings These Animal Men give us an insight into the New Wave of the New Wave and their rock 'n' roll lifestyles!
We also have tributes to Keith Flint and Scott Walker. Our Scott Walker tribute even features an interview with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra's primary percussionist Alasdair Malloy, who worked with the legend for three decades!
Elsewhere, Chris Dischord immerses himself in the '90's weirdest album as we celebrate the 21st anniversary of Mansun's 'Six' and gets 'phanatical' about the 40th anniversary of the cult classic science fantasy horror film 'Phantasm'! We also review the fourth album by Sleeper, 'The Modern Age'; The Kut report on the impact that the troubles at PledgeMusic have had on them and other musicians; Flicknife Records boss Frenchy joins us for a rant in a brand new series; Zowie Dischord delves deeper into the dark side of the Flyde Coast; Keef Strang tells us all about his new book 'Songs to Forget: Bad Tracks by Great Acts' and The Varukers, Hung Like Hanratty, Cut and Victims of Radiation rip the rafters off a venue in Manchester!
And this is just the tip of the iceberg ... Yes, this issue is massive!
Endorsed by Keeping It Peel and RTÉ Radio 1.
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