Posted: Jan 13, 2009
Going up to 11 has long been a badge of honor in rock music. But there’s a price to pay for those decibels, as a number of musicians have found to their cost
By Mike Barnes
THE GUARDIAN, LONDON
Monday, Jan 12, 2009, Page 9
“We play with low frequencies that are nothing like anyone has ever heard before — it’s a chaos that sets off a kind of inbuilt alarm system.”
— Kevin Shields, My Bloody Valentine vocalist
‘I want to ask one fundamental question,” said Hans Keller after a Pink Floyd performance i...