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Loops

Loops

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ISBN
9780571241712
Published
02/07/2009
9780571241712
Format
Paperback
Price
£12.00
Paperback
224

About the Book

Loops offers a landscape, both in print form and online, for today's exceptional writers to engage with subjects, individuals and issues that colour all corners of the pop music world. Free from the shackles of release schedules, Loops provides a space for artists to publish tour diaries, non-sequiturs and think-pieces and an opportunity for writers to stretch out and go off-map to share their thoughts and ideas.

Our first issue includes contributions from Nick Cave, Hari Kunzru, Nick Kent, Jon Savage, Amanda Petrusich, Kevin Cummins, James Yorkston and more.

'Here at last is a haven for adventurous long-form music writing of every sort: ruminations and rhapsodies, reported investigations and critical essays, pieces that range widely across time and genrescape, and others that focus intently on individual artists, songs, tiny moments of epiphany. As a writer and as a reader, I look forward to Loops with immense excitement.' Simon Reynolds, author of Rip It Up and Start Again

Loops offers a landscape, both in print form and online, for today's exceptional writers to engage with subjects, individuals and issues that colour all corners of the pop music world. Free from the shackles of release schedules, Loops provides a space for artists to publish tour diaries, non-sequiturs and think-pieces and an opportunity for writers to stretch out and go off-map to share their thoughts and ideas. Our first issue includes contributions from Nick Cave, Hari Kunzru, Nick Kent, Jon Savage, Amanda Petrusich, Kevin Cummins, James Yorkston and more. 'Here at last is a haven for adventurous long-form music writing of every sort: ruminations and rhapsodies, reported investigations and critical essays, pieces that range widely across time and genrescape, and others that focus intently on individual artists, songs, tiny moments of epiphany. As a writer and as a reader, I look forward to Loops with immense excitement.' Simon Reynolds, author of Rip It Up and Start Again
  • Richard King

    For the last eighteen years Richard King has lived in the hill farming country of Radnor, Powys. He is the author of Original Rockers, which was shortlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize, and How Soon Is Now?, both published by Faber. His most recent book, The Lark Ascending, was published in 2019, and was a Rough Trade, Mojo and Evening Standard Book of the Year. 

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