Andrew Harrison has edited UK music magazines Q and Mixmag, and during the ‘90s he edited Select, the monthly that kickstarted Britpop. Since then he's been music editor at Details and helped found The Word magazine, where his coinage "landfill indie" made its way into the Collins English Dictionary. He now writes about music and other subjects for Esquire and the New Statesman. His favorite bands are Pet Shop Boys, British Sea Power and Half Man Half Biscuit.
By Andrew Harrison on 02.10.14
The Eccentronic Research Council's 2012 debut, 1612 Underture, was a concept album of haunted electro-pop about the persecution of witches i...