Reclusive genius revisits albums with (re)mixed results
Should an author revisit a completed text? Is it a form...
This article is now part of the hotpress.com archive. To access this article you need to subscribe to hotpress.com for the bargain price of €20 or be a subscriber to Hot Press Magazine. The hotpress.com archive has over 40,000 articles in it, growing at well over 500 a month. Not only that, but you get special 'member's cds' for €10, discounts on all hotpress related products and exclusive promotions. hotpress.com also has thousands of articles and pieces of content that are free to access to anyone, including it's latest music news, photo galleries, web exclusive interviews.
Kate Bush's surreal fantasy entranced a truly rapt crowd last night at the Hammersmith Apollo in London.Read More
With Kate Bush's twenty-two night stint in London's Hammersmith Apollo selling out in under fifteen minutes, it opened the door for touts and the opportunistic to make a packet, with tickets selling for as much as £1,475. In The Burning Question, we want to hear your opinion on the morality of the situationRead More
Singer 'completely overwhelmed'Read More
The 'Hounds Of Love' star will play London in August and September.Read More
A Christmas curio to make the hairs on your neck stand on end.Read More
The singer has announced that she's been given the go-ahead to use Molly Bloom’s famous soliloquy from UlyssesRead More
'Deeper Understanding' is from her upcoming Director's Cut compilationRead More
Yes, there really is a new Kate Bush album, a double album no less, though even while listening to it one can scarcely believe such a thing has come to pass.Read More
Kate Bush: “And So Is Love” (EMI)Read More
KATE BUSH: “Moments Of Pleasure” (EMI); DAVID BOWIE: “Buddha Of Suburbia” (Arista)Read More
KATE BUSH: "The Red Shoes" (EMI)Read More
Kate Bush: "Rubberband Girl" (E.M.I.)Read More
The opening paragraph is always the most difficult. That first couple of sentences where you try to ensnare the reader's attention and make some kind of substantive statement that sums up the artist's work to date and his/her relationship to the public, god and mammon in no particular order. But how do you do it with Kate Bush?Read More