Can’t stop the world.

Anyone who knows anything about me can tell you that I owe my love of music to one man, Gavin Rossdale. Were it not for his crypto-poetic lyrics and hauntingly emotive melodies in the late 90s, I don’t know who I would be; to this day, his Razorblade Suitcase album has had more of an impact on my life than any person, book, or film.

Gavin now has a solo record on the way, landing in some six weeks; called Wanderlust, it is the culmination of his most organic writing/recording attempts ever. He discusses the process, the new album, and more in a couple of recent interviews.

Can’t Stop The World, interview with
“I did a radio show this morning, and the radio host was like, ‘It seems so honest.’ But I was like, ‘Yeah, it wasn’t like I was lying before!’ It’s a context that I’ve seen forever. People come out with their next record and they’re like, ‘This is my most raw, compelling and honest record to date!’ I love that!”

Gavin Rossdale returns with a solo LP, interview with
“What I liked about WANDERLUST is that I had a lot of ground I wanted to return to that I had forsaken with the heavier, detuned style … I have tried to put my essence in every record I have made. This happens to be a different essence.”

One Response to “Can’t stop the world.”
  1. Joe says:

    nice work Bobby – can’t wait for the new GR album – it’s going to be good. later

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    My name is Bobby.

    I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things.

    I write occasionally for Smashing Magazine and the London Community News online, and weekly for Interrobang, the student voice newspaper at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario.

    I've also been published by the Canadian University Press.
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