YouTube does produce some amazing treats if you’ve got the time to search, this latest video was originally shown in the autumn of 1991 on BBC2 and was just a few weeks after their performance at the Slough Festival.
More Super Furries news from nme.com Super Furry Animals have announced two gigs taking place this October. The welsh band will head to Manchester and Glasgow for the gigs, and tickets go on sale this Friday (August 7) at 9am. Super Furry Animals play: Glasgow Read more
From the antennascope mailing list: THE TELESCOPES (full electric set of ‘taste’ era material featuring st deluxe) +ST DELUXE Saturday 15th August 2009 The Captains Rest 185 Great Western Road Glasgow Monday 17th August 2009 Sneaky Pete’s 73 Cowgate Edinburgh EH1 1JW Stephen Lawrie has Read more
NME.com has redesigned a series of classic albums as Penguin book covers, pretty self explanatory if you grew up reading Penguin books. Featured is Screamadelica, the results are below: To view all of the album sleeves click here.
From the ATP website. We are thrilled to announce the latest bands to be confirmed for the my bloody valentine curated Nightmare Before Christmas. We know you have been eagerly waiting for new additions – so we are very happy to be able to finally Read more
Interview from late night TV in early 1990.
From NME.com: Super Furry Animals treated fans to a career-spanning at their outdoor London show on Saturday (July 18). The Welsh band’s Somerset House gig, watched by the likes of Cornershop, Goldie Lookin Chain and former Spacemen 3 singer Sonic Boom, kicked off with five Read more
From NME.com Mazzy Star frontwoman Hope Sandoval has teamed up with My Bloody Valentine’s Colm O’Ciosoig on a forthcoming album. Their band, Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions, will release their sophomore effort, ‘Through The Devil Softly’, on September 1 in the US. It will Read more
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.
Just incase anyone still cares…. from NME.com Oasis have won the long-term Britpop battle with Blur, PRS For Music has claimed. The organisation that collects royalties for songwriters, say their figures suggest despite Damon Albarn and co beating the Gallaghers to the UK Number One Read more