Ian McCulloch

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From New Order to Chris Kamara: England’s best and worst tournament songs
England football songs have run the gamut of emotions from misty-eyed hope to the musical expression of deep psychological malaise

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

09, Jun, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Echo and the Bunnymen – 10 of the best
The greatest song ever written – even singer Ian McCulloch says it himself – and nine more from Liverpool’s indie titans

Dave Simpson

05, Jul, 2017 @2:20 PM

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Ian McCulloch and John Simm on their mutually appreciative friendship
Echo and the Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch and actor John Simm were each other’s heroes before they met. Now they enjoy a creative – and boozy – friendship

Katie Forster

31, May, 2015 @5:00 AM

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Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant: how we made The Killing Moon
Ian McCulloch: ‘My wife had a cob on because I’d been out all night – then I played the song and she cried’

Interviews by Dave Simpson

07, Apr, 2015 @6:02 AM

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Echo and the Bunnymen - Meteorites: Exclusive album stream

Ian McCulloch adopted a 'whole new approach' for Echo and the Bunnymen's eleventh album. Have a listen ahead of release and let us know your thoughts

Guardian music

19, May, 2014 @10:41 AM

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Ian McCulloch: 'Car parks are a bigger threat than war'

The Echo & the Bunnymen frontman talks to Dave Simpson about cleaning up his act, making a solo album and singlehandedly resurrecting David Bowie's career

Dave Simpson

11, Apr, 2013 @4:23 PM

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Ian McCulloch's cultural highlights

From Classic FM to Spiral, Ian McCulloch reveals his cultural picks of the moment to Gemma Kappala-Ramsamy

Interview by Gemma Kappala-Ramsamy

06, Apr, 2013 @11:02 PM

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First Sight: Born Blonde
Five stern-faced young men, who brilliantly sound like they belong on a mist-shrouded hillside

Dave Simpson

20, Oct, 2011 @9:59 PM

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One band spawns three indie motormouths
May 1977: Number 12 in our series of the 50 key events in the history of indie music

Alexis Petridis

13, Jun, 2011 @11:39 PM

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Exclusive video: Manic Street Preachers feat Ian McCulloch – Some Kind of Nothingness

Watch the video for the Manics' new single, with a guest spot from the Echo and the Bunnymen singer


02, Nov, 2010 @12:11 PM

Echo and the Bunnymen: The Fountain | CD review

Their most accessible offering in a long time sees Ian McCulloch at his most lyrically ­playful and cocksure, says Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

08, Oct, 2009 @11:05 PM

Media Monkey: The TV world according to Ian McCulloch

Media Monkey: Echo and the Bunnymen singer has some surprisingly strong opinions on Alan Yentob, Melvyn Bragg and Lauren Laverne


06, Oct, 2009 @4:15 PM

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