A few years ago I posted some live recordings on the website recorded in London between 1987 and 1992. The owner of these recordings has now started uploading lots and lots of full sets recorded during the era including many Creation acts. You can view Read more
Ride have announced details of the sixth album due in August. Following their hugely successful comeback album Weather Diaries, Ride are to release a follow-up album via Dick Green’s Wichita label. This Is Not A Safe Place is released on August 16th and will be Read more
After 66 years the print edition of the New Music Express is coming to an end. For many decades it was the leading weekly music paper. It championed Punk, Acid House, Hip-Hop, Madchester, Grunge and Beatlemania. Sadly around the turn of the century it seemed Read more
Ride will release their fifth studio ‘Weather Diaries’ on the 16th June via Dick Green’s Witchita label.
Mastermind is a British game show and on Friday contestant Emma McAllister chose Creation Records as her specialist subject.
After last year’s hugely popular Live In London compilation, it seemed only right to follow it up with another compilation of live recordings.
Every Creation fan has their favourite era, but for many 1991 was year the label peaked musically. 1991 is often talked about in similar terms to 1967 for being a year of classic albums.
Andy Bell of Ride has been showing off his remixing skills by contributing a really excellent track to the new Spectres remix album ‘Dead’.
At over 3.5 hours long, the Creation Records Spotify playlist covers most of the 17 years of Creation releases. Featuring early favourites like Biff Bang Pow! Phil Wilson, Revolving Paint Dream and The Jasmine Minks. Then there’s the later years with Super Furry Animals, Bernard Read more
In October 2011 BBC4 hosted a Creation Records evening to celebrate the first TV showing of Upside Down, during that night they also showed a compilation of appearances by Creation bands on the BBC.
Since finishing their reunion tour a couple of months ago, many Ride fans have been eagerly waiting to find out if the band would be playing any more dates soon.
Everyone loved David Bowie so therefore its no surprise there’s been so many stories about him emerging in the last couple of weeks, but this one really caught my eye.
I was really sad to hear that Dale Griffin has died. The news comes only a week after the world lost David Bowie whom helped Dale’s band Mott The Hoople to success in the early 1970s.
The BBC has announced that it is to bring back a weekly music show nearly a decade after it ditched Top of The Pops.
For many Creation is the label that defined the shoegazing sound. From the Mary Chain through to Ride and Slowdive via My Bloody Valentine and The House of Love, Creation released the records that are always top of any shoegazing lists. There can’t be any Read more
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.