This week we have a Jammerzine exclusive interview with former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd! We also have new video premieres and reviews from September Mourning, SPC ECO (Space Echo), Phil Rudd, and new singles from Stoke, UK based trio Peter118 and Ummagma collaborating British musical duo A.R. Kane. And this week’s top five most voted in our weekly feature “The Blue Soap Box”, by Blue Soap Music.
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Among the many near-mythical figures of the Manchester music scene, he’s known as the Nearly Man. You’d expect a drummer to have better timing. Yes, Simon Wolstencroft parted ways before The Patrol became The Stone Roses. Yes, he turned down The Smiths. Yes, Noel Gallagher asked if he fancied joining his band.
Right place, right time, wrong choices? Timing is everything. But the beat goes on and although Simon can see what might have been, cultivating bitterness bears no fruit… and ‘Funky Si’ has tasted the nectar.
Spending an unlikely eleven years in The Fall and hooking up with his old mate Ian Brown during the latter’s solo days, ‘You Can Drum But You Can’t Hide’ reflects on a life driven by a passion for playing.
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