Teenage Fanclub have announced ‘The Creation Years’ including remastereded albums and a series of live dates featuring music from the era.
After 66 years the print edition of the New Music Express is coming to an end. For many decades it was the leading weekly music paper. It championed Punk, Acid House, Hip-Hop, Madchester, Grunge and Beatlemania. Sadly around the turn of the century it seemed Read more
The last of the big Creation releases of 1991 was the album that at the time gained the most international recognition, Teenage Fanclub’s Bandwagonesque.
Autumn 1991 saw Creation release three of its most iconic albums in Screamadelica, Loveless and Bandwagonesque. To celebrate 25 years since those releases I caught up with Tim Worthington the author of a book about those three albums and Foxbase Alpha by Saint Etienne on Read more
After last year’s hugely popular Live In London compilation, it seemed only right to follow it up with another compilation of live recordings.
Teenage Fanclub have announced their 10th studio album with Here set for released on September 9th 2016.
After their previous handful of dates sold out straight away, Teenage Fanclub have now announced a large UK tour to support their forthcoming album for November/December 2016.
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.
Crack open the champagne, Teenage Fanclub are returning later this year with a new album and a tour.
Despite Creation Records closing in 2000 most of the artists have continued to release some great records since.
At over 3.5 hours long, the Creation Records Spotify playlist covers most of the 17 years of Creation releases. Featuring early favourites like Biff Bang Pow! Phil Wilson, Revolving Paint Dream and The Jasmine Minks. Then there’s the later years with Super Furry Animals, Bernard Read more
In October 2011 BBC4 hosted a Creation Records evening to celebrate the first TV showing of Upside Down, during that night they also showed a compilation of appearances by Creation bands on the BBC.
The BBC has announced that it is to bring back a weekly music show nearly a decade after it ditched Top of The Pops.
Many gigs from Creation’s bands are now considered legendary in certain circles so it’s great when some real treasures are unearthed and I’m able to share them.
It’s that time of year to pack your tent, boots and other essentials as this weekend is the Glastonbury Festival, the best festival in the world.
‘Grand Prix’ turned 20 this week, it is without a doubt Teenage Fanclub’s greatest achievement in their lengthy career.
Fifteen years is a long time in the world of music, but that’s how long its been since Creation closed its doors for the last time in 2000. To mark this occasion I’ve put together a list of 15 of the best tracks released by Read more
Teenage Fanclub drummer Francis Macdonald is releasing a new album of classical music on March 30th. “Music For String Quartet, Piano And Celeste” is an instrumental album recorded in Glasgow.
The Pastels are set to release their first full studio album since 1997’s Illumination in May. Slow Summits will be released via Domino on 27th May 2013 on CD, vinyl & download.