The former Slowdive frontman Neil Halstead has signed to Sonic Cathedral to release his third solo album. ‘Palindrome Hunches’ will be released on November 5th and follows his forthcoming UK dates including a Sonic Cathedral show at Bush Hall in London on September 25th. Neil Read more
Several albums have been reissued this summer on vinyl from the likes of Slowdive, Teenage Fanclub and Primal Scream. The albums have been repressed on 180-grams audiophile vinyl by Dutch record label Music On Vinyl whom have previously repressed classic albums from other acts such Read more
Mark Gardener (Ride), Rachel Goswell and Mojave 3 (Slowdive) all feature on the long-awaited remix album by Ulrich Schnauss. This is not one of your normal remix albums as he gives each track his own unqiue sound. Those of you who are unfamiliar with his Read more
Ex-Slowdive drummer Simon Scott releases his new 3″ cd called ‘Navilis’ following his solo album ‘Navigare’ last year. It was written, recorded and mixed by Simon on 18th/19th December 2009 during heavy snowfall at studio o3o3o in Cambridge. NIVALIS cd-r comes in a SFH-ish huge Read more
A new(ish) website has been launched for anyone to contribute regarding Slowdive. The site is run the same style as good old Wikipedia and already features a whole load of gigs and setlists not just from Slowdive but all the band members other projects including Read more
After a lengthy absence, Monster Movie featuring Christian Savill from Slowdive release their fifth album in April called ‘Everyone is a Ghost.’ The Graveface label have uploaded a teaser track called ‘Bored Beyond Oblivion’ which you can download by clicking here. Everyone Is A Ghost Read more
For the last 5 years, Sonic Cathedral has released some of the finest records of the decade alongside running one of London’s best nights out. Massively influenced by Creation Records, we asked Nat Cramp the man behind Sonic Cathedral to come up with a playlist Read more
This summer was the 20th anniversary of the second summer of love when dance music seemed to cross over and everyone was claiming to have “always had a dance element to their music”. Creation embraced the change and the results included some great records.
YouTube does produce some amazing treats if you’ve got the time to search, this latest video was originally shown in the autumn of 1991 on BBC2 and was just a few weeks after their performance at the Slough Festival.