My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields turns 50 today. Celebrate with this
Kevin Patrick Shields turns 50 today. Remember a couple months back when everyone was all, OH MY GOD NEW BLOODY VALENTINE RECORD I'M GONNA DIE etc.? Do people still talk about it now here in the future? I'm actually asking, I don't get out much any more so I'm not sure what The Word On The Street These Days is. Show More Summary
Malbec. Robert Mitchum. Blueberries. My wife’s laugh. Phoebe Cates. Diet Ginger Ale. My Bloody Valentine. Madrid. Diane Arbus. Mean Streets. Anne Sexton. The Replacements. Cezanne. Tossing around a football in bare feet... Sean Beaudoin has one hundred words on love.
Sunny California. A state where dreams become stars and stars become Lindsay Lohan. Where the jasmine is always in bloom and where the surf’s always up. Where people actually work with trained chimps and basketball-playing dogs and IT’S THEIR JOB. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles based festival once again puts together one of the best lineups this year.
My Bloody Valentine, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TVOTR, more.
MBV + FYF = OMFG! My Bloody Valentine will be gracing this year’s FYF Festival in Los Angeles. It will be the band’s first U.S. appearance in four years. Via Pitchfork: My Bloody Valentine are, indeed, returning to the United States following the release of their long-awaited album MBV. Show More Summary
On August 24th and 25th, the FYF Fest will take over L.A. State Historic Park in Downtown L.A. Today, the lineup has come out and it’s quite impressive. Headliners include My Bloody Valentine, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio and MGMT. Show More Summary
The lineup for FYF Fest 2013 was announced this morning and features Saturday headliners My Bloody Valentine and Sunday headliners the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. TV on the Radio, Flag, Deerhunter, MGMT,...
Plus, MGMT, TV on the Radio, Deerhunter, and Beach House.
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Portland-based Kenny Feinstein has made his musical name as the frontman of Water Tower, a rootsy bluegrass punk outfit. For his solo debut, out this September, he’s stretching out even further, into noise rock. Loveless: Hurts To Love...Show More Summary
Only 2,000 people wanted to see My Bloody Valentine!?!?
Sam Thomas released “I’m Gonna Be A Witch” this month along with a debut video to accompany the track. He’s the son of an opera singer, but also takes influences from the likes of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and My Bloody Valentine. Sam Thomas’ single “I’m Gonna Be A Witch” is majestic and beautiful and [...] Advertise here with BSA
Arctic Monkeys, Björk, My Bloody Valentine, The Knife, Wu-Tang, and more.
Dates across the globe scheduled through November.
“Gotham” is something of an event. My Bloody Valentine might have had an extra decade and a great deal more exposure on their side, but for a certain niche of hip-hop fans, The Cold Vein (2001) is a landmark every bit as momentous—and daunting—as Loveless (1990). Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: My Bloody Valentine, Vivian Girls, Warpaint Song: No Joy - Hare Tarot Lies [download here] What's so good? No Joy, the Canadian shoegaze band comprised of two female musicians — Jasmine White Glutz and Laura Lloyd — have a brand new album coming out soon entitled Wait To Pleasure. Show More Summary
Sheen From: London, United Kingdom If My Bloody Valentine turned the volume down and focused on teasing rather than bludgeoning the melody from their songs they'd sound like London six piece Sheen, probably. Their impressively mature demo Hey is one of the dreamiest dream pop songs I've heard for a long time. Show More Summary
A new Thomas Pynchon book is as rare, wondrous, and worthy of celebration as a new My Bloody Valentine album—so it goes without saying that we are literally counting down the days until Pynchon's new novel, Bleeding Edge, is released on September 17th. Show More Summary