After nearly a decade away, London 4-piece Arnold are working on new material & unearthing previously unreleased recordings whilst planning a series of live dates in Europe for Autumn 2010 & UK/USA for Summer 2011.
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
Today is 15 years since ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ was released on October 2nd 1995 and went on to sell 14.2 million copies. The album spent 10 weeks at number 1 in the UK later becoming the third biggest-selling album in UK chart history Read more
Primal Scream are set to take their classic album ‘Screamadelica’ on the road after confirming a nationwide tour. ‘Screamadelica’ seems to sit on its own, as an almost unique album. Indie pop icons, Primal Scream had attempted to add some raw rock action to their Read more
The Jesus and Mary Chain release a 44 track ‘best of’ next week. Alongside all the obvious tracks you’d expect, the album also features two rare tracks including the 2008 recording of “All Things Must Pass” (recorded for the NBC TV programme “Heroes”) and “45 Read more
There’s been a range of recent reissues from the old Creation catalogue out again this summer, so here’s a quick summary of everything incase you want to buy any: Edition 59 continue their fantatsic re-releases of all the old early Creation releases.
Pete Fijalkowski of Adorable and Terry Bickers of The House of Love have announced a new date at Kranhalle in Munich on Friday July 16th. Further details of the gig can be found on Pete’s MySpace page which can be found by clicking here or Read more
NME.com reports that Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie has unveiled a unique one-off collaboration featuring members of the Sex Pistols and The Who. The side project, entitled Silver Machine, have been announced to perform a special covers show at London’s 1234 festival in Shoreditch on Read more
Brian Cannon who designed all of the early Oasis sleeves alongside the cover of Super Furry Animals’ debut album has launched a new website. The website celebrates the twentieth anniversary of his agency Microdot Creative and includes many shots of sleeves being created. You may Read more