Issue 13 —



The British issue features purely UK talent and topics this month. Cover star Birdy performs two acoustic tracks from her recently released sophomore album and discusses her still very young career, growing up and her hopes for the future. The all-Brit Main Features section also includes Matthew Healy from the hugely promising The 1975 and Alison Goldfrapp opens up about her dynamic artistry as she launches her very first self-curated show at the renowned Lowry in Manchester in the UK. The Close-Up section digs into how Margaret Thatcher had a hand at shaping Pop music whilst she served as Prime Minister in Britain and we study how Michael McDonald had an unlikely influence in present day 'Yacht Pop', which is currently making a comeback in the UK. The Greatest SOUNDS of All Time also takes a perspective into the long and influential career of the late Lou Reed. Download issue #13 now and enjoy our very first BRITISH issue now!

    Issue 13 –
    November 2013 110 Pages 0 Minutes of audio 0 Minutes of video
    In This Issue –
    The 1975 You Me At Six Goldfrapp Passenger Glasvegas Daniel James British Rock Is On A Roll It’s Hip To Be Square Lou Reed
    Editor In Chief –
    Andrew Phillipp
    Publisher –
    M Interactive
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