Articles Tagged 'Julian Cope'

The Cerne Abbas Giant

Five Alternative Uses For The Cerne Abbas Giant

Cover your eyes, readers of a nervous disposition, for the images you are about to witness are not only graphic, and of a sexual nature, but also, like, really, really old. The Cerne Abbas giant is a historical puzzle, carved into the hillside near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorset. As you can see, […]

WATCH: What Julian Cope Did Next…

Fans of early ’80s post punk will know who Julian Cope is. He’s the guy who used to front the Teardrop Explodes, got a little lost in acid whimsy, but found himself in the study of neolithic stone circles and the righteous fury of late ’60s and late ’70s rock and roll. He’s a major […]

Five Great British Rock Memoirs

Pete Townshend’s autobiography, which has been on the way for something like 20 years, is due in the fall, and we’re pretty sure it’s going to be amazing. He’s clearly been there and done that, and he can spin a yarn, so it’s going to be great, there’s no question. But how will it compare […]