Showing All "My Bloody Valentine" Posts

It really is morning in America! It's been rumored for about one bazillion years, but now Kevin Shields is saying that My Bloody Valentine's new album is just about ready and that it'll be out by the…   Read Story »
In the June 2, 2012 issue of the NME, Kevin Shields said the long-awaited third album from My Bloody Valentine –- the first since 1991's classic Loveless –- is imminent. The UK mag quotes Shields…   Read Story »
Upon announcing MBV's triumphant reunion five years ago, Kevin Shields said he was 75% done with the followup to his little record called Loveless. In a new round of press (via NME) to promote next…   Read Story »
Sony will reissue a whole slew of My Bloody Valentine releases this spring, including their two studio albums, Isn’t Anything and Loveless (which had a 20th birthday celebration not too long ago),…   Read Story »
On 11/4/91, Creation Records released My Bloody Valentine's Loveless. So, that's the day responsible for the warped nature of a large chunk of your record collections! Book it. 20 is the sort of nice…   Read Story »
Memoryhouse did a session for yourstru.ly, and they played a new song as part of this warm, well-filmed set. "Pale Blue" won't be on their upcoming Suicide Squeeze single, but watching/listening to…   Read Story »
Violens is a band with great taste. That, and it's not often a pop group can include Ulver and Burzum in their list of influences and find a way to back it up sonically. Outside the metal, their…   Read Story »
When APW presented its inaugural festival last year, we weren't alone in taking issue with the experience: lack of food options, a fair but generally recycled undercard which played more like "a…   Read Story »
Mazzy Star are still together and close to finishing their fourth record, but since 1996's Among My Swan vocalist Hope Sandoval has been productive on her own, releasing an album with the Warm…   Read Story »
Surprise, it wasn't My Bloody Valentine's 15-minute aural assault "You Made Me Realise" that caused Sunday's biggest audio mishap. Organizers cut the speakers during the Cure's "Fire In Cairo" (two…   Read Story »