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MGMT – FAULT Magazine

Posted in FAULT Magazine by faultmagazine on September 29, 2009

MGMT interview in this months FAULT Magazine

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FAULT Magazine – Kasabian

Posted in FAULT Magazine by faultmagazine on September 29, 2009

FAULT Magazine/Myspace Competition

Posted in FAULT Magazine Myspace by faultmagazine on September 12, 2009


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This is your FAULT

Posted in FAULT Magazine by faultmagazine on September 12, 2009

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FAULT Magazine & Twisted Wheel

Posted in Twisted Wheel by faultmagazine on September 4, 2009

FAULT Magazine TWISTED WHEEL

FAULT: What were you doing before Twisted Wheel?

Jonny: I didn’t do anything for years, just sort of fucked around. I was a bit of a menace.
Rick: I was at university doing 3D Design…It was shit.

FAULT: What can people expect from your debut album
 ‘We are us’?

Jonny: In truth, lots of energy, fast pace, good songs, a straight forward rock ‘n’ roll debut album.

FAULT: What is your favourite song off the album?

Jonny: I’ve got two. We’ve got an acoustic track called Bouncing Bomb that’s dead chilled out and that’s the second till last tune on the album. My other favourite is a new version of She’s a weapon. I like all different ones on different days.

FAULT: Who writes the songs and where do you get your
 inspiration?

Jonny: I write the tunes and then I put them to the band. Inspiration is everything, nothing specific, different things at different times. Girls seem to keep coming out but I’m getting away from that now, I’m going into politics…

FAULT: What do you think of new music?

Jonny: I don’t really know any new music Rick knows more then me. I like The Views’ new stuff. I also like stuff that Jack White does, I think he’s quality.

FAULT: How did the Oasis support come about?

Jonny: Noel heard us on Channel Manchester. I think we only done about six tunes and Noel watched it in London and then he got asked if we could support them and he said yeah.

FAULT: What are looking forward to?

Jonny: I’m looking forward to the record coming out in March. I’m Just looking forward to the future in general really. I really want to play Glastonbury as well in 2009. Hopefully making some money and buying a house.

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DARK HORSES LONDON SHOWS

Posted in DARK HORSES by faultmagazine on September 3, 2009

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FAULT Magazine in NEW YORK CITY

Posted in baja news by faultmagazine on September 2, 2009

You can purchase FAULT MAGAZINE in NYC from

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107 B west 37Th street

NY. NY

10018 1-212-391-1318

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Do you mind if I sit down?

Posted in FAULT Magazine by faultmagazine on September 2, 2009

FAULT Magazine Trailer…Issue out next week!

FAULT Magazine New Talent

Posted in FAULT Magazine, FAULT Music by faultmagazine on September 1, 2009

FAULT Magazine and BOND no 9

Posted in FAULT MAGAZINE BONDS NO9 by faultmagazine on September 1, 2009

Bond No 9 Perfume, the fragrance of New York and FAULT’S favourite!

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Brooklyn

New York’s legendary city within a city, home to a century or more of strivers, dreamers, and Nobel laureates, its reinventing itself, neighborhood by neighborhood, as an edgy metropolis…

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Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue

Think pre-Pop 1950s New York, when Andy Warhol lived on Lexington Avenue and plied his trade as a prolific illustrator — mainly of imaginative shoes. Hence the Warhol-designed mélange that covers the flacon. Lush and unapologetically seductive, this scent dares to link two of the most ultra-feminine commodities a woman can own:

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Andy Warhol Silver Factory

Warhol once made mention of a company that was “interested in buying his aura.” Here it is, in liquid form. Depicted on the bottle is a bold rendition of one of the artist’s most recognizable works, the Campbell’s Soup Can. Soup? Perfume? Both smell sweet to us. Not to mention smooth, smoky, spicy and of ambiguous male-female gender.

“Another way to take up more space is with perfume. I really love wearing perfume.” — Andy Warhol


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Astor Place

Our Mesmerizing New Eau de Parfum, Inspired by New York’s Most Vibrant Arts-and-Style Intersection.