Sonic Cathedral recently celebrated the Jesus and Mary Chain with a radio featuring tracks the band have either covered or cover version of their own songs.
Alan McGee has given an interview in this months Mojo magazine. You can read the interview below.
The Loft return with their first date since their brief return in 2006.
Beady Eye have announced details of their debut album. The bands website states: BEADY EYE release their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘DIFFERENT GEAR, STILL SPEEDING’ on 28th February 2011 on Beady Eye Records. The album features 13 brand new songs written by the band and Read more
Between 1983 and 1998 The Jesus and Mary Chain undertook many line-up changes from their Creation debut single until their final album back on Creation in 1998. Although the band briefly reunited for some gigs a decade later, this family tree features all the changes Read more
With Primal Scream’s Olympia shows just days away, a host of announcements have been made to celebrate Screamadelica’s 20th anniversary. First there is the collectors edition of the album housed in a 12″ circular box set, this will consist of four remastered CDs, including the Read more
Ride’s debut album ‘Nowhere’ is to reissued on December 21st to mark the albums 20th anniversary. According to Pitchfork the new edition includes a remastered version of the original album’s U.S. edition, as well as the 1991 EP Today Forever and an unreleased 1991 live Read more
Gruff Rhys releases a new solo album on February 14th 2011. The album is themed around the Gruff’s life of living in hotels and collecting the free shampoos around the world. The tracklisting for the album is: Shark Ridden Waters Honey All Over Sensations In Read more