Following the closure of Creation in 2000, Alan McGee quickly launched his Poptones label which he ran until 2007.
As we see on the news every day, most politicians aren’t to be trusted, but back in 1996 there was a hope for change after nearly 17 years of successive Conservative governments. Everyone knew your average Brit had suffered from Thatcher’s policies and it was Read more
Back in 1988 before recording their legendary ‘Playing With Fire’ album, Spacemen 3 were offered a one-album deal with Creation Records which they sadly chose to pass on.
For all you Creation collectors out there, now is a rare chance to get a mint condition copy of a single from Alan McGee and Andrew Innes’ pre-Creation band The Laughing Apple.
Alan McGee has unveiled his new record label, called 359 Music, which he is launching via UK independent Cherry Red.
With only a few days to go, this is your last chance to pledge towards the Beautiful Noise documentary.
Alan McGee has given another great interview whilst promoting the new Upside Down film. This time he spoke to Music Film Web about acting, UFO’s and why he’s not interested in resurrecting Creation Records.
Alan McGee gave a great interview with Jo Whiley on Radio 2 this week, Jo was as enthusiastic as ever and played tracks by the House of Love, Primal Scream, Jesus and Mary Chain and Oasis. In the interview they discuss the Television Personalities, the Read more
Alan McGee has given an interview in this months Mojo magazine. You can read the interview below.
Doesn’t time fly fast? It is 10 years ago today since Alan McGee announced the closure of the label.
Back in the late 80’s there was briefly a magazine called ‘Underground’ in the UK and never a month went by when Creation weren’t featured. Below is an interview with Alan McGee from early 1988, the text of which i’ve featured on the site before Read more
Baby Amphetamine were put together by Alan McGee and Joe Foster in April 1987. The band consisted of three shop assistants from the Virgin Megastore and was Creation’s reaction to manufactured pop. Although the band only released one single, Chernobyl Baby (who needs the Government?), Read more
There are so many Creation related videos on YouTube that it’s hard to know where to start, so we’ll be obvious and begin with the classic Rapido episode from 1988/89.