as published on The Quientus, by Wyndham Wallace, March 26, 2012
Question for Intoxicate magazine on the subject of Sleepwalkers.
Instant film photography exhibition as part of the 'Impossible Project' in Japan entitled 'Glowing Enigmas': April 20th - May 20th 2012 in the Impossible Project Space, Tokyo, Japan
Questions devised by Markus Deisenberger. Taken from David's official site.
Interview by well-known UK Radio 1 DJ David Jensen with David Sylvian about the upcoming release of Brilliant Trees and the Perspectives exhibition.
Unknow author. Published on the official site in May 2011
Interview on the BBC as broadcast on 29th September, 2000. Interview is done by Paul Malone and introduced by Fiona Talkington.
Unknown source and author. Take from the 2011 publication on the official site.
David Sylvian: Questions prepared by Dr. Darren J. N. Middleton, July 8, 2003
By Fiona Russell Powell. Published in The Face, October 1982.
Article published in the french magazine "Rock&Folk"( issue 412- December 2001).
By Brian Nixon Special to ASSIST News Service
Originally published by Sound On Sound at June 17th 1994. Despite having spent more than 15 years in the public eye, David Sylvian remains an enigmatic figure who has reinvented his own musical style constantly, both within his solo work and in his collaborations with musicians as diverse as Holger Czukay and Robert Fripp. PAUL TINGEN charts the history of
CD of the Month: David Sylvian, Manafon (Samadhi Sound)by Robert Sandall
by David Sylvianas published on Nine Horses website
By Guttorm Andreasen
David Sylvian takes on improv: Manafon (Performing Musician, December 2009)Transcripts, Interview, 0
After a 30-year career, David Sylvian has just released his most adventurous album yet. With a new, and largely improvisational, approach to music, he tells PM why he feels hes only just beginning to learn his craft.By Jonathan Wingate as published in Performing Musician (december 2009)
Q&A as published in Rodeo Magazine
Audiovisual installation at Srlandet Art Museum Kristiansand, Norway, from 1 September 9 OctoberAudio: David Sylvian (When We Return You Won't Recognize Us)Artwork: Atsushi FukuiLighting design: Kouji Iida / Kaito Office
Interview by Clive Bell with David Sylvian about the Dead Bees On A Cake album BBC Radio 3 Mixing It radio show broadcast on April 17th 1999 by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall. Guest interviewer Clive Bell interviews David Sylvian about his project Dead Bees On A Cake.
Flux magazine Q+A, October 2010
By Lisa Jackson for Cream Magazine In the early 1980’s, while most new romantics played it bright, fey and dandy, DAVID SYLVIAN and his band Japan subscribed to a kind of melancholic futurism. They were in a way, ahead of their time in the pre-millennial tension stakes. One of Britain’s most innovative bands, and an act many say helped pioneer
by Jim Lange at West Virginia Public Radio for his radio show EclecTopia.
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