On October 8th 2003, David Sylvian gave an interview in Paris to Philip Kortes of Radio Studio Brussel and answered questions on the making of Blemish and the Fire In The Forest tour.
Back in 2001, when this site was named trophies.org, I collected questions from visitors for an email-only interview with David. This interview was supposed to be published on the site when the answers were in my inbox. But ….
David Sylvian: ‘Do gentlemen still take Polaroids? I think they take Viagra now!’ The former Japan frontman on cancelling his tour, the influence of the stars and finding his way as a solo artist by Richard Vine, first published on Thursday 8 Mar 2012
Exorcising Ghosts, David Sylvian by Tim Goodyer The charismatic singer, composer and lyricist rejoins the former members of Japan for their first LP in ten years. Tim Goodyer talks technology, philosophy and improvisation with David Sylvian.
The last two years have been a period of transition for David Sylvian, but he’s now in a new collaboration with Holger Czukay and a new solo single and a major retrospective set of his post-Japan recordings scheduled for November release. PAUL LESTER reports on one of rock’s most enigmatic figures.
David Sylvian: Japan, Dead Bees and Everything By Tony Fletcher December 17, 2001 Though far from a household name, David Sylvian has a resume that rivals those of many more famous musicians. As vocalist with south London group Japan (in the late ’70s and early ’80s), he helped establish a bridge between the art rock of Roxy Music and the
Master Craftsman David Sylvian by Mark Prendergast Since the break-up of his group Japan in November 1982, David Sylvian has been slowly widening the base of his music to encompass both ethnic and avant-garde sounds. Mark Prendergast gathers the facts on the change of style.
A two part article (written in dutch) in the Dutch magazine OOR published on 17 April 1999. One part is about David Sylvian (by Herman van der Horst) and the second part is about the history of Japan (by Mark van Schaik).
by Karl Lippegaus. Er wohnt zusammen mit einer schönen Japanerin im obersten Stockwerk eines unauffälligen Reihenhauses. In diesem Stadtteil von London leben Menschen, die weder besonders arm noch besonders reich sind, und scheinbar doch was vom guten Leben verstehen. Als ich durch die kleinen Straßen gehe und nach dem Haus von David Sylvian suche, denke ich, hier mieten die letzten