This album exists. After 22 years, one of the most revered albums of all time has a follow-up. The mere fact of it is a miracle. The album itself? Ten months later, we’re still unpacking it — the undulant waves are a little sharper at the edges, the buckling-girder note-bends more stomach-dropping. It’s darker, less sweet. But it is deep, and rich and mysterious, ending one of the great lost genius stories of the ’90s on a triumphant note. Miracles upon miracles.
By Andrew Parks on 09.04.14 in News
As revealed by Consequence of Sound, My Bloody Valentine frontman Kevin Shields has lent his name to a scholarship at BIMM Dublin Music School, as tied to their new production course. Simply dubbed the Kevin Shields Musi...
By Marc Hogan on 08.20.14 in News
It's official: Thurston Moore is back. The Sonic Youth singer/guitarist will release his new solo album The Best Day on October 21 via Matador Records (you can pre-order via iTunes, Amazon or the label). The title tra...
By Ned Raggett on 08.12.14 in Features
Eric Green's 'Beautiful Noise' chronicles the rise of a style that has influenced Daft Punk to Deafheaven and the Dum Dum Girls.
By Marc Hogan on 08.11.14 in News
Shoegaze gods My Bloody Valentine have gone through various phases since Kevin Shields and Colm Ó Cíosóig formed the band way back in 1983. Concert video has recently emerged of one of the group's earliest incarnations....