Slowdive played their first London gig since 2014 last night when they performed a show at The Garage in Highbury, London.
22 years since the release of Pygmalion, Slowdive have announced details of their long awaited fourth studio album.
Mastermind is a British game show and on Friday contestant Emma McAllister chose Creation Records as her specialist subject.
25 years ago on this date (3rd June 1991) Slowdive released their third EP on Creation and today also happens to see the release of Minor Victories debut album. Coincidence? Probably….
After teasing us last year on Instagram Rachel Goswell has confirmed a new Slowdive album is being recorded.
Every Creation fan has their favourite era, but for many 1991 was year the label peaked musically. 1991 is often talked about in similar terms to 1967 for being a year of classic albums.
Minor Victories featuring Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell have unveiled another track from their forthcoming album.
A bunch of live Slowdive video have been uploaded to YouTube, most of which were recorded when the band supported Ride on various dates with the exception of the London date when the band were opening for Chapterhouse.
Minor Victories have shared another track from their forthcoming album and it’s pretty special.
As the end of 1994 was approaching, Creation commercially had experienced it’s most successful year to date. On top of the celebrations to mark the labels tenth anniversary, Oasis had also given the label its first No.1 album and their latest single was currently at Read more