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. Continue reading
Super Furry Animals have announced that they will play a one-off London show at the HMV Forum on October 9.
The gig will come a week before their October 16 gig at the Manchester Ritz. They released a new album, ‘Dark Days/Light Years’, in April.
Andy Bell of Ride & Oasis has guested on a new edition of the SPC ECO album. SPC ECO includes Dean Garcia and Debbie Smith of Curve in its line-up.
Phil Wilson, ex-lead singer of the June Brides and solo Creation artist has today selected 10 tracks that he feels highlight the influences that shaped the sound of both C86 and Creation Records.
Here’s what he had to say “This is merely my view of what are the best bands that seem to me to be prime influences on early Creation and the C86 movement. Here goes!” Continue reading
After months of rumours, the news is now confirmed by Channel 4 Teletext:
A host of Creation Records bands are to play at London Roundhouse on November 2 to launch a new film, PS can reveal.
Upside Down, made by Document Films, is the official story of Alan McGee’s record label and will be in cinemas from November. Continue reading
For the last 5 years, Sonic Cathedral has released some of the finest records of the decade alongside running one of London’s best nights out. Massively influenced by Creation Records, we asked Nat Cramp the man behind Sonic Cathedral to come up with a playlist of his favourite Creation moments. Continue reading
Cherry Red are to re-issue six albums by The Times and Teenage Filmstars. Both are to be released as 3 albums in 2cd sets. Out on 24th August the sets feature the following albums:
The Times – E For Edward / Pure / Et Dieu Crea La Femm
Teenage Filmstars – Rocket Charm / Buy Our Record Support Our Sickness/ Bring Back The Cartel Continue reading
This summer was the 20th anniversary of the second summer of love when dance music seemed to cross over and everyone was claiming to have “always had a dance element to their music”. Creation embraced the change and the results included some great records. Continue reading