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‘My teenage hormones were raging!’: stars salute the Beatles’ Love Me Do at 60
It confused Gene Simmons, inspired Judy Collins and changed one pop star’s mum’s haircut. Here, musicians recall the impact of the Beatles’ debut single

Interviews by Dave Simpson

03, Oct, 2022 @10:59 AM

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Cornershop's Tjinder Singh: 'My dad said, 'They’ll not always want you here'. That stuck'
Cornershop and their political music are still making a stand. Ahead of a new album, they return to their spiritual home in the Midlands

Jude Rogers

01, Mar, 2020 @10:30 AM

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Readers recommend playlist: the forgotten follow-ups
Cornershop, Lou Reed and Jah Wobble make our reader’s playlist of forgotten follow-up songs that didn’t quite bother the charts

Richard T Clayton

15, Sep, 2016 @11:00 AM

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Playlists to live by: musicians choose soundtracks to their favourite pastimes
For every activity, there’s a song to speed the time or sweeten the moment – we asked Chvrches, Mercury Rev, Beirut and more to pick their top tunes

Interviews by Priya Elan and Kathryn Bromwich

06, Sep, 2015 @6:00 AM

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The best No 1 records: Cornershop – Brimful of Asha

Malik Meer: 1998: Fatboy Slim's big-beat makeover unexpectedly took the indie underdogs and their puzzling lyrics to No 1

Malik Meer

31, May, 2012 @8:14 PM

New music: Cornershop – What Did The Hippie Have in His Bag?
Michael Cragg: The ever-inventive Cornershop engage in child's play – but in a good way

Michael Cragg

17, Jun, 2011 @4:09 PM

Cornershop featuring Bubbley Kaur: Cornershop and the Double-O Groove Of – review
Gareth Grundy enjoys another gem from one of Britain most charmingly idiosyncratic bands

Gareth Grundy

13, Mar, 2011 @12:04 AM

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Cornershop on their new album, six years in the making
Cornershop never knowing make the same record twice. Sure enough, their latest mixes Punjabi folk with lo-fi hip-hop. John Lewis hears how it happened

John Lewis

17, Feb, 2011 @9:30 PM

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Paul Morley Showing Off ... Cornershop

Paul Morley asks Tjinder Singh and Ben Ayres of Cornershop how the Beatles influenced their sound

Paul Morley

04, Sep, 2009 @4:20 PM

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Video: Cornershop perform Norwegian Wood by the Beatles

Brimful of Asha stars Tjinder Singh and Ben Ayres perform their cover version of a Beatles classic

Alex Healey and Andy Gallagher

04, Sep, 2009 @3:21 PM

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Video: Paul Morley and Cornershop on the Beatles

Tjinder Singh and Ben Ayres of Cornershop tell Paul Morley what made the Beatles so inspirational and wonder if they'll ever be bettered

Paul Morley

04, Sep, 2009 @3:20 PM

Pop review: Cornershop | Jazz Cafe, London

Jazz Cafe, London
After seven years, they're back – and they're brimful of fun, says Ian Gittins

Ian Gittins

27, Jul, 2009 @10:00 PM

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