Despite Creation Records closing in 2000 most of the artists have continued to release some great records since.
Andy Bell of Ride has been showing off his remixing skills by contributing a really excellent track to the new Spectres remix album ‘Dead’.
Apologies for the lack of updates recently, I’ve been rather busy on another project you may be interested in. The idea was first shared about five years to launch a Ride online archive with a fellow fan (@Br00kers75) whom has without doubt the biggest archive Read more
With the summer festival season over, Field Day have released the full headline set from Ride on their YouTube channel.
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Ride’s third Creation EP, the Fall EP was released on 17th September 1990 and featured ‘Dreams Burn Down’ and ‘Taste’. To celebrate this fact the band have announced a reissue of their debut album ‘Nowhere’ on 2xLP and CD+DVD.
Ride played possibly their biggest show to date last night (29th May) headlining Primavera Sound in Barcelona and you can watch the full gig now.
Following their triumphant gig in Oxford last weekend, Ride touched down in LA for a gig at The Roxy this week. Before the gig they played a fantastic session for local radio station KCRW.
Ride played the first gig as a full band in 20 years tonight (5th April) at the O2 Academy (formerly The Zodiac) to an ecstatic crowd in Oxford.
In anticipation of Ride starting their US tour next month, The Blog That Celebrates Itself has released a fantastic tribute album to the band. You should definitely listen to this.
Ride made their live return tonight (19th February) with Mark Gardener and Andy Bell performing an acoustic set at the 100 Club in a very rainy London.
Ride are to reissue their OX4 best of album to coincide with their forthcoming live dates.
On the 25th anniversary of the band’s debut EP, War Child have announced details of how to get tickets to Ride’s War Child gig next month.
Mark Gardener and Andy Bell of Ride are to make an appearance at a week of events organised by War Child next year. Passport Back To The Bars is scheduled to take place the same week as the Brit Awards (the last week in February) Read more
Almost 20 years since their last gig together, Ride have announced a string of dates for next spring. The band will play nine dates including two festivals.
Liam Gallagher this afternoon announced via Twitter that Beady Eye, his post Oasis group with fellow Creation label-mates Andy Bell (Ride) and Gem Archer (Heavy Stereo), have split after two albums. Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support. LGx — Liam Gallagher Read more
Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs joined his old Oasis bandmate Liam Gallagher and Andy Bell of Ride/Oasis last night in London. The gig was held by The Charlatans for their drummer Jon Brookes who sadly passed away in August, all profits from the gig went to The Brain Read more
Robbie Williams, described as the fat dancer from Take That by Noel Gallagher, took to his blog this week to criticize a whole range of bands from the 90’s including Ride, Adorable and Hurricane #1.
Beady Eye have announced details of their debut album. The bands website states: BEADY EYE release their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘DIFFERENT GEAR, STILL SPEEDING’ on 28th February 2011 on Beady Eye Records. The album features 13 brand new songs written by the band and Read more