Sat 13 Feb Forget scent-less roses, over-priced restaurant bookings and not-overly-surprising proposals, because Goros is hosting a Valentine's Day party in a very...
SUPERNATURAL has tackled Valentine’s Day once in a major way back in season 5 with “My Bloody Valentine”, which saw the Winchesters fighting the horseman Famine and meeting a (naked) cupid. Dean made another joke to Sam that he should “be [his] valentine” again in season 6 in “Mannequin 3: The Reckoning”. Now, in season […]
Bloody Homecoming brings us back to the early 80s with a traditional slasher that comes from the same vein as The Prowler, My Bloody Valentine, and Friday the 13th. The Fireman fits perfectly amongst his slasher brethren, and naturally suits the plot of the film just right.
Requested by solarparade • Compiled by phil42 I want to sleep in sheets made from the guitar tone in My Bloody Valentine’s “Sometimes.” 10 tracks, 67 minutes. 01. Bowery Electric - “Sounds In Motion” 02. Bowery Electric - “Next To Nothing” 03. Show More Summary
Sounds like: My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Ride Song: Pinkshinyultrablast - The Cherry Pit What's so good? Pinkshinyultrablast's music is generally up-beat, dreamy, expansive, and even epic on occasion, given the Russian quintet's penchant...Show More Summary
This week, Dinosaur Jr. has been giving everyone in NYC the best (and possibly only) public Hanukkah gift: a full week’s worth of performances at the Bowery Ballroom, celebrating …Read More
Mike Watt, Sharon Van Etten, Kurt Vile also make surprise appearances at Dino Jr.'s 30th anniversary gig.
This week, Dinosaur Jr. have been performing a residency at New York's Bowery Ballroom. They've been joined by several special guests, including Jeff Tweedy, Henry Rollins, Kurt Vile, Kim Gordon, and Lee Ranaldo. Tonight, they offered the biggest surprise guest yet: My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields. Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis Dinosaur Jr. with Kevin Shields / Sharon Van Etten / Kurt Vile / Mike Watt Dinosaur Jr. pulled out some big guns for their penultimate show of their seven-night 30th anniversary run at Bowery Ballroom. Most notably:.....
British electronic pioneer Andrew Weatherall is probably best known for his ’90s production work (Primal Scream, Beth Orton) and remixes (My Bloody Valentine, Björk), but he’s been releasing music under his own name since 2006, and next year he’ll release his first solo album since 2009. It’s called Covenanza, and was co-written with the Sabrettes’ […]
While this ATP wasn't quite up there with the likes of those curated by My Bloody Valentine or Matt Groening from days gone by, it's near flawless musical policy is to be admired
Tracks from Brian Eno and Aphex Twin also make the slumberland playlist.
Photo by Danny Clinch Last night, Chvrches appeared on Phil Taggart's BBC Radio 1 show to contribute a "Bedtime Mix", designed to help you fall asleep. Below, listen to the band's Iain Cook mix My Bloody Valentine, Aphex Twin, Mogwai,...Show More Summary
Creation Records compiled live performances from the label’s artists from 1987–1992: an hour plus of My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, Ride, The Telescopes, Teenage Fanclub, Felt, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Slowdive, and more. See the full tracklist on the label’s site and stream the album after the jump.
Toronto shoegaze duo Beliefs formed after meeting at a party and bonding over a mutual love of My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth, so it sounds about right that their newest song is called “1992.” We premiered “Tidal Wave,” the first track from their upcoming album Leaper, almost a year ago, and “1992” is the […]
Ten years ago, French singer-songwriter Charlotte Marionneau released I Killed My Best Friend, her debut album as Le Volume Courbe. Now, following February's "The House"/"Monte Dans Mon Ambulance" single, which featured My Bloody Valentine's...Show More Summary
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Taylor Swift? Hell yeah. My Bloody Valentine? Maybe not so much.
Just in time for the holiday season, Mattel is releasing a new, smart-in-the-technology-sense model of doll called Hello Barbie. Using a microphone and a WiFi connection, the toy can process verbal information and hold a “conversation” with your child, much in the same way that Siri can. It feels like an inevitable evolution of the […]
In 1990, the Anglo-Irish band My Bloody Valentine recorded a song called “Soon.” It had just four components: a simple, jittering drum loop; a cheeky keyboard pattern; gliding, indistinct vocals; and a towering wall of guitar noise, which, like a sculpture by Richard Serra, seemed dense enough to bend under its own weight. Show More Summary