With many of the old Creation bands back together again, I felt I should start a series of posts focusing on some of the other acts from the label, bands who may not be referenced as influences today but still helped to shape Creation Records.
Swervedriver have announced a string of UK dates for May to promote their new album ‘I Wasn’t Born To Lose You’.
Another find on YouTube the other day (thanks to @scatterkeir) that definitely needs sharing is this rare TV appearance by Felt.
As The Jesus & Mary Chain prepare to embark on the next leg of their 30th anniversary ‘Psychocandy’ tour, we take a look back at their most famous gigs before they released the legendary album.
The week Ride, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Primal Scream took on the pop charts.
Bob Mould made an appearance on the Letterman Show a few nights ago performing two tracks from his latest album ‘Beauty & Ruin’.
Slowdive’s third album just like its predecessor was completely and utterly overlooked upon release. Some may blame that on Creation who were now focused on delivering hits, but the press were also definitely to blame.
Denise Johnson has shared on a new track called ‘2001’ on her SoundCloud page, her first solo track in many years.
January 31st 2000, Creation Records released its final album. Exterminator by Primal Scream (or XTMNTR by PRML SCRM) was to be the perfect ending after a few turbulent years for the label following the deal with Sony and the huge success of the 90s.