A collection of reunions, reconfigurations, studio stalwarts, road warriors, and bands you forgot about.
Kevin Shields says My Bloody Valentine will release two new albums, debuts Brian Eno collaboration “The Weight of History”: Stream
The band had originally planned to record two EPs, but those plans have evolved substantially.
From A Tribe Called Quest to X, the range of talent being shut out is astonishing.
The first of the band’s two promised EPs is supposedly due out sometime this summer.
GUM, Julia Holter, and Escape-ism also join the bill for the Southern California festival.
Kevin Shields and co. have been teasing the release of two new EPs.
Dublin shoegazers kicked off their summer tour at Birmingham’s O2 Institute.
There’s something for every type of music fan hitting the road this summer.
Coinciding with the release of two new EPs from the band, the first of which is due out this summer.
Kevin Shields says the band’s forthcoming live comeback act as a sort of deadline for new material.
Gorillaz, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack, My Bloody Valentine, David Byrne, and St. Vincent are among the acts playing the Danish festival.
FYF Fest reveals 2018 lineup: My Bloody Valentine, Florence & The Machine, and Janet Jackson to headline
The xx, St. Vincent, Glassjaw, The Breeders, Charlotte Gainsburg, and Destroyer (solo) are some of the other notable acts playing the Los Angeles festival.