November 1st marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Psychocandy, the Jesus & Mary Chain’s debut album. To celebrate Jim Reid has given an interview to the Von Pip Musical Express where he talks about the album comparing it to “an old photograph” and Read more
Ride recently reunited in Oxford for a chat with the local Nightshift magazine. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut EP the band took some time to reflect on their early days in Oxford, signing to Creation and deny any responsibility for the bands that Read more
The Retrophobic website has posted a new interview with Pete Fijalkowski from Adorable in which he reveals he is currently recording with the House of Love’s Terry Bickers and also talks further about his time in Adorable and Creation Records. To read the full interview Read more
Doesn’t time fly fast? It is 10 years ago today since Alan McGee announced the closure of the label.
Back in the late 80’s there was briefly a magazine called ‘Underground’ in the UK and never a month went by when Creation weren’t featured. Below is an interview with Alan McGee from early 1988, the text of which i’ve featured on the site before Read more
Stephen Lawrie of The Telescopes has given a new interview to The Dumbing of America website. In the interview he talks about his time on Creation and the development of the band over the last two decades.
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.
Baby Amphetamine were put together by Alan McGee and Joe Foster in April 1987. The band consisted of three shop assistants from the Virgin Megastore and was Creation’s reaction to manufactured pop. Although the band only released one single, Chernobyl Baby (who needs the Government?), Read more