Retrospectives

#5 Women in Music: Tori Amos Retrospective
Over the course of April, DrunkenWerewolf will team up with women filling various professional roles in Britain and abroad, to talk about the finer de...more
#2 Women in Music: Joan Jett Retrospective
Over the course of April, DrunkenWerewolf will team up with women filling various professional roles in Britain and abroad, to talk about the finer de...more
Retrospective: Bruce Springsteen
They don't make performers like Bruce Springsteen any more. The man billed by his loyal legions of fans as The Boss has spent the last forty years p...more
Twelfth Day of Halloween: DW is 8!
Halloween is special to us. The eve of All Saints’ Day marks DrunkenWerewolf’s Christmas, birthday and heyday if ever there was one. In previous y...more
Retrospective: The Smashing Pumpkins
Since their first release in 1991 they have gone through 22 years of ups, downs, breakups, and a line up change of which the Sugababes could only dr...more
Retrospective: Richard Hell
Spiked hair, torn drainpipes, safety pins: Richard Hell invented that shit. Whereas most punk aficionados would accredit Malcolm McClaren and Vivienne...more
Retrospective: Nirvana
It’s been almost twenty years since Kurt Cobain took his own life on 5th April 1994, and still the fascination continues with the grunge icon and th...more
Retrospective: David Bowie
“I always had a repulsive need to be something more than human... I thought, ‘Fuck that. I want to be a superhuman.’” In his characters Ziggy...more
Retrospective: Nick Drake
As 60s soul artist William Bell once wrote; “You don’t miss your water ‘til your well runs dry.” As corny as these world-famous song lyrics ma...more
Restrospective: Patrick Wolf
The distorted call of a wolf overlaps a sound only comparable to an organ undergoing major surgery. As pipes creak into place, a melody is revealed. T...more

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