Sunday, 20 May 2012

LINK: Hawkwind interview on Uber-rock

The name "Hawkwind" is stitched into the very fabric of great British music. Renowned as a band that transcends time, space and musical counter cultures, to call them legendary actually feels like an understatement when you are trying to broad brush their six decade long career spent warping our fragile tiny little minds. With the imminent release of the band's latest studio album 'Onward', I took my chances speaking with band mainstay Dave Brock, drummer Richard Chadwick and bass player Mr. Dibs as they were tinkering in their studio. Would I get any sense from the guys? Well read on to find out...

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