Welcome to Eighth Day Magazine Issue Thirteen, out now in Physical and eMag form!

Updated: Oct 6, 2019

Welcome to Eighth Day Magazine Issue Thirteen, out now in Physical form from our website, Action Records in Preston, The Waterloo Music Bar in Blackpool and Electrical Discount Centre in Blackpool priced at £4.50, or for those of you who prefer to read on your computers or mobile devices, in eMag form for the special price of £3!


For Issue Thirteen, we traveled to our favourite city on Earth, Liverpool to conduct our interview with cover star, Ian Prowse, formerly of Pele, now of Amsterdam and solo. See what happened when the Liverpool legend bought Alice a cup of tea in Chantilly's Beatles Cafe in Cavern Walks and read all about his life in music and much more!


Issue Thirteen also features our interview with Glaswegian tunesmiths The Supernaturals, something that is bound to make you SMILE! We also interview Britain's most relevant new band, Askari; things get Oary with Dundee's purveyors of punk, poetry and bagpipes, The Cundeez; one of Dublin's best new bands, Arcadian Shadows join us for a chat and Ayrshire's hottest new exports, Small Seeds tell us why you can expect big things from them in 2020!


Elsewhere, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Suede's magnum opus 'Dog Man Star' with a twelve page magnum opus all of our own! Re-live all the glam grandeur as we give you an in-depth insight into the album's writing and recording process, including the rift between its composers Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler!


And that's not all! Wayne Reid reports on Gloustershire's gothic punks Screaming Dead; Frenchy joins us for seventh installment of the exclusive 'Frenchy's Rants' series; Lisa Brown tells us all about her new photography exhibition 'Welcome to Preston'; Kevin Burke pays tribute to cult musician Daniel Johnston and our man in Plymouth, Paul Foden reviews this year's Plymouth Punx Picnic!


We also review What Did You Expect's new EP 'Alive and Acoustic' and go to an exclusive screening of Richard Lowenstein's documentary film 'Mystify: Michael Hutchence', which after ten years in the making and positive reviews in Australia, finally reaches UK cinemas on 18th October!


You will find all this and much more in Eighth Day Magazine Issue Thirteen, out now in Print and eMag form!



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