On this day in history (March 29, 1993). Suede released their self-titled debut album featuring the singles The Drowners, Metal Mickey, Animal Nitrate and So Young. At the time this album was released, it was the fastest selling debut album in British history in over a decade. This album is often considered to be one…
Pulp fans, rejoice. Frontman Jarvis Cocker has formed a new band called JARV IS and announced their debut album called Beyond The Pale which is due out on May 1 on Rough Trade records. Last May, they released the first single Must I Evolve. Today, they have released the follow up titled House Music All Night Long. The latest track gives of a vibe of the electronic era of David Bowie.
Suede has announced 8 dates for a European tour this autumn. They will be playing the Coming Up album in its entirety as well as hits from their deep catalog
Morrissey has released the second single off of his forthcoming album I Am Not A Dog On A Chain. This track is Love Is On Its Way Out which has a different vibe than it’s predecessor Bobby, Don’t You Think They Know.
The House Of Love have announced their first North American tour since 1992 in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their debut album
On this day in history (December 5, 1994), The Stone Roses released their second and final studio album Second Coming featuring the singles Love Spreads, Ten Storey Love Song and Begging You
According to several Morrissey fan sites, the artist is scheduled to release his next album of original material called I Am Not A Dog On A Chain in March 2020
For the last several days, Martin Rossiter has been teasing that a special announcement would be happening today. This morning, It was announced that Martin will perform a single one-off set with a full band, performing the songs of Gene plus his solo material.
This weeks playlist features our favorite songs from the entire 15 album catalog of James. It includes over 60 songs including singles, album tracks and b-sides.
Bitter Sweet Gesture : Rolling Stones grant full publishing rights to Bitter Sweet Symphony to The Verve
One of the marquee songs from The Verve (and of the Brit Pop era in general), Bitter Sweet Symphony, is a song with legal controversy. It was determined that the song was based on the Rolling Stones song The Last Time. The Verve had originally received permission to sample the song but were sued by the Rolling Stones manager claiming that they used more of the song than was agreed upon.
Strangeways Radio has exhaustively compiled the best Brit Pop tracks in one great playlist for your listening pleasure.
Noel Gallegher’s High Flying Birds will be releasing an EP called Black Star Dancing on June 14. The first single is the title track and it combines elements of David Bowie, INXS and Duran Duran for a fun dance floor gem of a track.