Happy list season! Can you feel it in the air? Do you already hear the dulcet tones of music critics arguing with one another over My Bloody Valentine? If not, allow Lorde to ease you into things with her ten favorite songs of 2013. Lorde really liked that Daft Punk... More »
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Minor Threat, My Bloody Valentine, The Pixies Song: Champ - Piss [download here] What's so good? When I lived in San Diego during college, I was introduced to a real, living and breathing punk and hardcore culture. Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: My Bloody Valentine, Animal Collective, Slowdive Song: Japanese Gum - Homesick [download here] What's so good? Japanese Gum. Maybe it’s gum that comes in some crazy Japanese flavors, like miso and green tea. Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: My Bloody Valentine, Pure X, Bleached Song: No Joy - Second Spin [download here] What's so good? Canadian shoegazers No Joy have an EP coming out soon that is a three-song continuation of their recent album Wait For Pleasure. Show More Summary
There were rumors of what the noise did to people. Being handed free earplugs immediately after entering a venue only reinforced these worries.
photos by PSquared Photography; words by Bill Pearis My Bloody Valentine @ Hammerstein Ballroom My Bloody Valentine famously end their sets with 1988 single "You Made Me Realise," with its jet engine, tinnitus-inducing "holocaust" section. Like when James Franco...
My Bloody Valentine's stage at Hammerstein last night (via Colby Conor) Morbid Angel at BB King's in 2012 (more by Jonathan McPhail) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... My Bloody Valentine,...
My Bloody Valentine @ Hammerstein Ballroom 11/11/2013 Sometimes / I Only Said / When You Sleep / New You / You Never Should / Honey Power / Cigarette In Your Bed / Only Tomorrow / Come In Alone / Only Shallow / Thorn / Nothing Much to Lose / Who Sees You / To Here […]
MBV @ Philly's Electric Factory, 11/9/2013 (via @mceachern68) As you may know, My Bloody Valentine are in town for two NYC shows, their first since 2009 and they're the last ones of their 2013 world tour before (supposedly) going back...
My Bloody Valentine at ATP NY 2008 (more by Abbey Braden) Anna Calvi @ Bowery Ballroom, 2011 (more by Amanda Hatfield) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... My Bloody Valentine, Dumb...
Frank YangMy Bloody Valentine’s last visit to Toronto in September 2008 was a singular event on a few levels. Besides being their first visit in over a decade and a half, it was in-the-flesh proof that one of the most improbable returns to active duty in recent years was actually happening; considering that the seemingly […]
So we are here to report to you that My Bloody Valentine isn't quite as loud as rumor would suggest. They're louder. [ more › ]
"...it is highly recommended that you take and use the earplugs provided.”
Over two years ago, Dimension Films was working on a reboot of the horror series Hellraiser, but the film from Todd Farmer and Patrick Lussier (of My Bloody Valentine 3D and Drive Angry 3D) didn't come together. Some concept art surfaced online but the project was abandoned. Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis My Bloody Valentine wrap up the North American leg of their 2013 tour next month, with the last two shows here in NYC at Hammerstein Ballroom on November 11 & 12. Tickets are still available. (PS look...
Marcel, a 13-year-old homeschooled kid from Santa Cruz, California, is wasting no time in getting into the music blogging game. (He lists The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Radiohead, My Bloody Valentine, Pavement, Pink Floyd, and Bob DylanShow More Summary
Inspired by Mazzy Star, Patsy Cline, My Bloody Valentine and Ambien.
Look, I know that Bob Geldof is technically Irish. But, really, he lives in Battersea, London, has an honorary knighthood, and I covered the release of My Bloody Valentine’s third album, so I feel justified in covering this story here. Show More Summary
Star Horse From: Stockholm, Sweden I adore Hope To Feel A Hand from Swedish quartet Star Horse. It's the pure personification of perfection. It sounds like they've stripped away all the noise and feedback from My Bloody Valentine to uncover the inner beauty. This isn't shoegazing this is star gazing. Go Listen Go Visit Star Horse - Facebook Go See Star Horse Hope To Feel A Hand
My Bloody Valentine fans have long known that frontman Kevin Shields is a bit of an odd bird, but no one thought he might be actually crazy until now. In a new interview with The Guardian, Shields says he thinks the mid-‘90s Britpop explosion was all a cultural espionage plan orchestrated by MI5, the U.K.’s version of the C.I.A. Show More Summary