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Like indie brit pop? Music video for "Adore Me" by Golden Glow.
Directed by Pierre Hall. From the album Tender Is The Night on Mush Records. mushrecords.com. Additional Credits: Camera/Images by Craig Marchington; Featuring Helen Ness.Like indie brit pop? Music video for "Adore Me" by Golden Glow.... more
Here are a few bands ive picked out of my collection who i think have been the most original and influential over the past twenty years.Here are a few bands ive picked out of my collection who i think have been the most... more
The Cribs' Gary Jarman has spoken out about what it feels like to be out-selling The Beatles in the UK albums chart.
The band's fourth album 'Ignore The Ignorant' is currently trumping the Liverpool legends' reissued back catalogue after they all hit the shelves on Monday (September 7).
more in the link...The Cribs' Gary Jarman has spoken out about what it feels like to be out-selling... more
Following the Manchester band's cancelled show at the Paris Rock en Seine festival this evening, he posted the following statement on Oasisinet.com.
"It's with some sadness and great relief to tell you that I quit Oasis tonight," he wrote. "People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with [singer, his brother] Liam a day longer."
more in the link...Following the Manchester band's cancelled show at the Paris Rock en Seine... more
Shatner blows Pulp out of the water. This video's not bad either.
The "Forever" video by Southern Backtones has taken on a life of its own. It has won numerous awards and expanded the Indie Rocker's audience base in ways we never thought possible. We are pleased and grateful for the reception it has received and wanted to share it on current.The "Forever" video by Southern Backtones has taken on a life of its own. It... more
The official home on the web for news and information about psychedelic rockers Southern Backtones. The 'tones create driving, melodic, haunting music-noir and have received major critical acclaim for their ground breaking sound and lyrical genius.
Hank Schyma: Lead Vocals, Guitar
John Griffin: Backing Vocals Bass
Todd Sommer: Drums
You can find Southern Backtones cds and downloads on iTunes, Amazon and CDbaby, to name just a few.The official home on the web for news and information about psychedelic rockers... more
Southern Backtones are a driving, dark trio that creates beautifully hauntng psychedelic rock. "Forever" is their new music video from their self-titled third album. The band explores the meaning of life in this surreal and sometimes sexy trip to the grocery store.
Hank Schyma: Lead Vocals, Guitar
John Griffin: Backing Vocals, Bass
Todd Sommer: Drums and Percussion
The video features cameos from recording artists Amp Capone, Rickylee, Epiphany, The Concrete Rose Cabaret and people, friends and family from all walks of life.
Produced by Zenfilm.
Produced by Merideth Melville
Directed by W. Ross Wells.
Cinematography by Wayne Forster.
UPM: Jarrod Gullet
1st AD: Marissa Lovely
1st AC: Justin DeGuire
Key Grip: David Zenteno
Gaffer: Rich Lacy
Best Boy: Mike Turrin
Hair: Jolan Benwill
Grip and Lighting: MC Lighting and Production Services
Location: Foodarama HoustonSouthern Backtones are a driving, dark trio that creates beautifully hauntng... more
Three weeks ago, in their first interview together for nine years, the Verve recounted to NME the exact moment that they started making music together again.
"We all decided," Richard Ashcroft told us, "That rather than meeting for a cup of coffee or a beer or whatever, we should meet in a studio where we can do what we do. Straight away."
Now, in a phenomenally exciting world exclusive, The Verve are giving away the first fruits of the recording session the actual first 14 minutes they laid down together through NME.com. No rehearsal, no fine tuning, no limits: just Richard Ashcroft, Nick McCabe, Simon Jones and Pete Salisbury back together in a room, making music.
The first new material by The Verve in 10 years is now just a click away...
Three weeks ago, in their first interview together for nine years, the Verve recounted... more