Independent record labels, they come and they go -- it’s just the nature of the beast.
My Bloody Valentine
It was either Jean-Paul Sartre or Axl Rose who said, "Nothing lasts forever, even cold November rain," and truer words might never have been spoken (or shrilly sung).
The upcoming album from former Sonic Youth co-leader Thurston Moore is technically a solo record, but it's more like a full-length from an alternative supergroup.
Thurston Moore Band played first -- and secret -- show last night at Cafe OTO in London.
Although Sonic Youth are on hiatus following the divorce of singer-guitarist Thurston Moore and singer-bassist Kim Gordon, Moore is still apparently on good enough terms with his old drummer Steve Shelley to invite him to play in his new band.
It took My Bloody Valentine more than 20 years to release a follow-up album to their classic 1991 record 'Loveless,' but it looks like the wait for more new music from the band might not be as long.
You’ve seen them at parties, lurking in the corner, waiting to engage in battle disguised as conversation. They’re indie rock know-it-alls, and no matter what band or musician you mention, they’ve got an opinion — strong and almost certainly negative — ready to ram down your throat