Articles Tagged 'James Dean Bradfield'

Manics’ James Dean Bradfield: ‘Indie Rock is Dead’

Manic Street Preachers principal James Dean Bradfield has had it with the state of music. The veteran Welsh musician thinks that today’s crop of bands are fronted by a bunch of “wannabe accountants” who completely disregarded the rock’n’roll spirit of yesteryear. “I think it is still easy to fall in love with a record but […]

Interview With Manic Street Preachers Drummer Sean Moore, Pt. 3

Anglophenia music contributor Lindsay Davis conducted this exclusive 3-part interview with Manic Street Preachers drummer Sean Moore. Click here to view Part 1. For Part 2, click here. Manic Street Preachers‘ tenth and most recent release Postcards from a Young Man is currently at No. 3 on the UK album chart (just behind The Script‘s […]

Interview With Manic Street Preachers Drummer Sean Moore, Pt. 2

Anglophenia music contributor Lindsay Davis conducted this exclusive interview with Manic Street Preachers drummer Sean Moore. Click here to view Part 1. Manic Street Preachers‘ 10th album, Postcards From A Young Man, has released in the UK. In Part 1 of Anglophenia’s exclusive interview with Manics drummer Sean Moore, you read about the new album […]

Interview With Manic Street Preachers Drummer Sean Moore, Pt. 1

Anglophenia music contributor Lindsay Davis conducted this exclusive interview with Manic Street Preachers drummer Sean Moore. It was 1992 when the Welsh band Manic Street Preachers released their first album Generation Terrorists with punk, alt rock, and some might say prophetic gusto. Comprised of guitarist/frontman James Dean Bradfield, bassist Nicky Wire, and drummer Sean Moore, […]