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Interviews

The Coral

2005 Year-End Artist Survey

Jan 01, 2006

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Nick Power of The Coral

The Full Interview

Mar 01, 2003

The Coral are probably the most acclaimed band to come out of Liverpool, England, in the last couple of years. You can read all about them in Issue 4 of Under the Radar, in our article on them on page 9 of that issue. If you’re still hungry for more Coral, especially after hearing their tasty self-titled debut album, then read below for the full interview UTR’s London correspondent Jumana Farouky did with the band’s keyboardist Nick Power. More


Reviews

The Stone Roses at Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England, Friday June 17, 2016

Jun 28, 2016

I've said this to many people over the years, but The Stone Roses remain Manchester's favorite sons. And so, as it was with 2012's Heaton Park gigs, that love and devotion means that the city suddenly stops when they show up to play.  More

The Distance Inbetween

The Distance Inbetween

Ignition

Apr 11, 2016

It's tempting to categorise The Coral as landfill indie resurgence, musicians of Noel Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft's ilk, who provoke a response of "Oh, they're still going? Really?" And going on all available evidence, it would be fair to do so. You might even be surprised to hear that they put out seven whole studio albums between 2002 and 2010; they were never necessarily bad, just a bit inessential. More

The Butterfly House

The Butterfly House

Deltasonic

Nov 04, 2010

The Coral keep making the same record over and over again. If you're into sea shanties with great harmonies, then you're in luck. The Coral has turned that blueprint around for the sixth time on The Butterfly House. Instead of sounding stale, this group from the wrong side of Liverpool's Mersey River, the Wirral, is getting better at their branded sound. More