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Though it's been a couple years since their comeback album, Garbage have made a habit of releasing something worthwhile on Record Store Day. Last year they recorded a cover of Patti Smith's "Because…   Read Story »
'90s alt-pop professionals Garbage and Jersey basement-punk heroes Screaming Females have an unlikely bond. They toured together last year, and Scremales leader Marissa Paternoster joined Garbage…   Read Story »
Screaming Females are on tour with Garbage -- which is a good look -- and on Tuesday night in Houston, Garbage's Shirley Manson brought out Marissa Paternoster to cover Patti Smith's "Because The…   Read Story »
Garbage's comeback album, Not Your Kind Of People, was released back in May; not surprisingly, it was a dynamic, lushly produced, sweeping affair. The clip for new single "Big Bright World," directed…   Read Story »
Santa Barbara Modern Rock radio station KJEE hosted their annual Summer Round-Up show at the Santa Barbara Bowl that included Silversun Pickups, Garbage, The Naked and Famous, and Grouplove.…   Read Story »
On Friday night, the rolling-once-again Garbage stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to play "Blood For Poppies" and "Automatic Systematic Habit," two pieces of prime '90s industrio-new wave…   Read Story »
Before we heard the new Garbage songs "Blood For Poppies" and "Battle In Me," our T. Cole Rachel spoke with Butch Vig and Shirley Manson about the new Garbage record as part of a Progress Report.…   Read Story »
Today, returning alt-pop heroes Garbage, recently reactivated and soon to release their new album Not Your Kind Of People, unveiled the video for their single "Blood For Poppies." It's a grainy…   Read Story »
The former modern rock radio dominators Garbage are all set to return with Not Your Kind Of People, their first album since 2005. We've already heard "Blood For Poppies" and a quick clip of "I Hate…   Read Story »
Scottish/Midwestern '90s alt-pop survivors Garbage are back after a hiatus and ready to release Not Your Kind Of People, their first album in about seven years. We've already heard a preview of their…   Read Story »