Monthly Archives: September 2016

INTERVIEW: CRISPIAN MILLS

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“I think Kula Shaker was an anomaly, really … It was a weird time, but it was nice to be surprised by pop music. To think anything can happen. I like to think that Kula Shaker were also part of that surprise. We were doing things that people weren’t expecting and it was very creative.”

Crispian Mills at length about Kula Shaker coming full circle 20 years after recording their debut album, K, navigating the music industry before and after the “atomic war” of downloading that befell record labels in the aughts, returning to the US at a time of worldwide nervous breakdown, and the similarities between producing movies and music. Oh, and that feeling you get when you’re handed the bill for recording an album on Dave Gilmour’s boat …  Continue reading

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FIVE QUESTIONS: CRISPIAN MILLS

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On the eve of Kula Shaker’s first return to stateside touring in 17 years, the band’s frontman (and former Jeeva) takes five from us.   Continue reading