Senseless Things’ Mark Keds: An Obituary

Everybody knew Mark Keds. At least that’s how it felt in early 1991, when the guitar-toting frontman and his mates in the Senseless Things signed a major deal with Epic Records. By that point the well-loved Twickenham four-piece had become perennial fixtures on the London club scene, having zig-zagged their way up and down the country while releasing a slew of impressive singles and...

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