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Clash Issue 89: The Pop Issue

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Clash has reached issue 89, and it’s time to go POP! Not, fortunately, as in bursting. No, this month we are taking a long hard look at the pop phenomenon in all its glory; from its manic beginnings, through its ’80s apex and up to today’s misappropriation of the term and the artists who are proud to call themselves pop. New Zealand-born US chart invader and soon-to-be-massive-everywhere starlet Lorde graces our cover, heralding pop’s healthy future, which is good news for all of us.

Elsewhere, w
ith two UK chart-toppers in one year, North Yorkshire boy John Newman has a lot to be excited about. Clash met the soul-obsessed star-in-waiting on the eve of the release of his debut album to find out what led him to this critical point.

Plus: The-Dream, Michael Jackson's Moonwalker, Erasure, Mel C vs 
Chlöe Howl, Sam Smith, Neon Jungle, Foxes, Boy George and MTV.

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