Over 22 years after its release, Slowdive’s second album is the feature of a fantastic new documentary on Pitchfork.tv.
Joe Foster’s Poppydisc label have just pressed the Biff Bang Pow! compilation ‘Waterbomb’ on vinyl for the first time.
Last year I uploaded a clip to the YouTube channel that I dug out of Adorable at Glastonbury and was prompted today to post it here after reading a new interview.
‘Grand Prix’ turned 20 this week, it is without a doubt Teenage Fanclub’s greatest achievement in their lengthy career.
Ride played possibly their biggest show to date last night (29th May) headlining Primavera Sound in Barcelona and you can watch the full gig now.
Ride played their first session at the BBC since 1994 tonight, the band played for a full hour live to a studio audience.
The Telescopes have announced details of their eighth studio album ‘Hidden Fields’.
A fanzine dedicated to Ride which ran from the release of their debut EP until their Daytripper gigs is making a return to coincide with the bands reunion gigs.
Creation re-released one of the best and overlooked albums of the 80s in 1997, ‘Don’t Stand Me Down’ was the third album from Dexy’s Midnight Runners.
Throughout Creation’s 17 years one thing remained true, Ed Ball was their very own King of Pop.