Manu Chao, New Statesman, 27th September 2007
Lost in a Century
Manu Chao has a little dancing devil embroidered on his hat, and I can't help noticing it looks a lot like its owner. He is a small, ferocious ball of energy, like a firework that could shoot off in any direction at any moment.
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David Lynch, New Statesman, 12th March 2007
A History of Violence
"They say once the bell has been rung, it's been rung," says David Lynch cryptically, his pale blue eyes staring fixedly past my right shoulder, out over the pristine panorama of Paris visible from the top floor of the Fondation Cartier gallery.
© David Lynch Photo © Thomas Salva / Lumento
Massive Attack, New Statesman, 5th February 2007
Massive Attack transformed British music in the 1990s - and now they are fundraising for Palestine.
Patti Smith, New Statesman, 25th September 2006
In the 19070s, Patti Smith revolutionised rock'n'roll. Now, she tells Alice O'Keeffe, her priorities have changed.
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