As the world watched some middle-aged blokes boring everyone about a phone, a watch and a new U2 album last night, Slowdive played the last performance of their hugely successful 2014 festival dates in Switzerland.
‘Memoirs Of A Shoegazing Gentleman’ was originally published as a spoof column in NME between October 26, 1991 and February 1, 1992, written by writer and broadcaster David Quantick in the guise of Lord Tarquin.
Following the release of their anthology earlier this year, the Jasmine Minks release a new single.
Gruff Rhys has announced UK and US tours and a new single to promote his recently released ‘American Interior’ album, book, film and app.
Pat Collier has given an interview about his time producing The House of Love from their 1988 debut to their recent album. The interview is part of a new documentary film about Pete Fij (Adorable) and Terry Bickers (The House of Love) due for release Read more
This year marks 30 years since the Jesus and Mary Chain released their debut single ‘Upside Down’ on Creation and NME reports that the band are to take their 1985 album ‘Psychocandy’ on the road and play a handful of UK dates later this year.
The Jasmine Minks celebrate 30 years together this year by releasing their first anthology. Cut Me Deep – The Anthology 1984 – 2014 is released on February 24th and contains a massive 48 tracks.
Slowdive last played live on 21st May 1994 in Toronto, now they have announced nearly twenty years to the day they will reform with confirmation of a show at Village Underground in London on 19th May. The news follows last nights announcement they are confirmed Read more
Slowdive have been confirmed to play this year’s Primavera Sound in Barcelona. The festival runs from May 29-31 and also features Arcade Fire, Mogwai, Daniel Avery and Pixies, the band were announced tonight via the festival line-up film.