The XS Noize Music Podcast
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The XS Noize Music Podcast is a weekly music podcast. Presented by XS Noize Editor in Chief Mark Millar. Our mission is to convey our excitement about indie rock, electronic, pop, metal, and experimental music. Accomplishing this by providing insightful music reviews, interviews, music news and opinion in a fresh new music podcast every week. www.xsnoize.com
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#21: Crispian Mills (Kula Shaker) talks 20th Anniversary of 'K' - XS Noize Music Podcast
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Welcome to episode #21 of the XS Noise Music Podcast with Mark Millar. On This weeks show Mark Millar is joined by Kula Shaker front-man Crispian Mills to talk about the 20th anniversary reissue of their debut album "K" and the forthcoming live shows. Following the release of their latest album K 2.0 earlier this year, Kula Shaker have announced a 20th Anniversary Edition of their debut album ‘K’ for release on BMG on 28th October 2016. With a blend of 60s rocking, Britpop and Indian mysticism, ‘K’ was born from the influences of George Harrison, The Grateful Dead, The Kinks, Deep Purple and the Doors. The album combined an onslaught of volume, overdriven guitars, and catchy melodies resulting in an album that remains an excellent blast of colourful neo-psychedelia. It produced four classic hit singles ‘Grateful When You’re Dead’, ‘Tattva’, ‘Hey Dude’ and ‘Govinda’ which still receive regular airplay today. The band will be playing the album in its entirety at the dates alongside songs from their following four albums. The release is a celebration of a stunning debut (which stormed to No.1 on its release – the fastest selling debut of the year – and went on to sell over two million copies worldwide) – but also reminds us of a great British band who, on their reformation have continued to excite and inspire fans all over the world. Far from gazing at the past, their confidence and continued success means they can commemorate this fantastic part of their history whilst forging ahead with new and innovative music and plans. This weeks featured track is from The Sailmakers