During the audience Q&A section, Coxon chatted for much longer than scheduled. He didn’t rule out another Blur album, saying it depended on timing and whenever band mate Damon Albarn was rotating projects like Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad & The Queen, etc.
“I love doing film and TV score work,” Coxon admitted. It keeps me learning and out of trouble … I’d score the news if I could.” As soon as Coxon read the “End” script, he started to write music, fashioning one song like 1990s-era Beck.
Various solo projects could come out in the future (there is a “lost” album done around the time of 2012’s A+E) because he’s done a lot of work in the last few years. There’s also another Netflix-related score set to debut next month with music referencing 1950s and ‘60s styles as well as bluesman Mississippi John Hurt.
When asked about influences, Coxon admitted to listening to a lot of Steely Dan last year, while more recently, he’s rediscovered classic Blondie albums like Parallel Lines and Plastic Letters.
“I was blown away by how much I hear myself in Chris Stein’s (playing). Blondie is overlooked and an incredible band. (The song) ‘11:59’ is genius.” Coxon also cited George Harrison’s guitar work as an inspiration.
“It happens over time and without you knowing. It has to do with how you identify as a guitar player. He also didn’t realize how much he’s been influenced by prog rock acts like Peter Hammill and Van der Graaf Generator.
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Graham talks Softube, new Marshall plug-ins and ongoing work.
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