Interview from late night TV in early 1990.
From NME.com: Super Furry Animals treated fans to a career-spanning at their outdoor London show on Saturday (July 18). The Welsh band’s Somerset House gig, watched by the likes of Cornershop, Goldie Lookin Chain and former Spacemen 3 singer Sonic Boom, kicked off with five Read more
From NME.com Mazzy Star frontwoman Hope Sandoval has teamed up with My Bloody Valentine’s Colm O’Ciosoig on a forthcoming album. Their band, Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions, will release their sophomore effort, ‘Through The Devil Softly’, on September 1 in the US. It will Read more
I loved Snub TV, why can’t they bring it back? Anyway, from 1989 featuring an interview and live versions of Destroy The Heart and Man to Child.
Just incase anyone still cares…. from NME.com Oasis have won the long-term Britpop battle with Blur, PRS For Music has claimed. The organisation that collects royalties for songwriters, say their figures suggest despite Damon Albarn and co beating the Gallaghers to the UK Number One Read more
First shown on BBC2 in 1992. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BX-MztnqMQ
Channel 4 Teletext reports: Super Furry Animals, who release new single Mt on July 20, play a one-off, late-night gig at London Corsica on July 18. Tickets are £10.
Taken from the ATP website: The curators for ATP: Nightmare Before Christmas, 2009 will be: MY BLOODY VALENTINE. The event will take place at Butlins Holiday Resort in Minehead, England from December 4th – 6th, 2009. A very small amount of chalets are left for Read more
Almost Prayed from The Old Grey Whistle Test.
Taken from the Indietracks website: Scottish power-popsters Teenage Fanclub have been confirmed as the Sunday headline band for this year’s Indietracks Festival. The much-loved band, known for their chiming Byrds-esque guitars and West Coast harmony vocals, will play the Outdoor (Elefant) Stage at Indietracks. More Read more