Our fearsome transformation into a dystopian Blade Runner-style world has begun, with the advent of Hello Barbie, a near-sentient half-doll half-computer with the ability to process human speech, hold a conversation and perhaps one day enslave all mankind. And she’s also a big Taylor Swift fan. That’s right, the newest incarnation of the toy industry’s
My Bloody Valentine
The frontman of Irish shoegaze outfit My Bloody Valentine, Kevin Shields, has come out slamming the Mercury Prize, saying that his band’s record latest record, mbv, was “banned” from the competition because it was distributed independently instead of through the bigwigs like Apple and Amazon. Shields all but said the contest was only about corporate
Being My Bloody Valentine’s first album in over twenty years, you would want this one to be well worth it (I thought it was a little coincidental that they released it so close to the actual Valentine’s Day, but I could just be a hopeless romantic at that). I hadn’t heard much about this band
My Bloody Valentine have gone for a pretty straightforward title for their first album in more than two decades. The band have released MBV directly to fans via their website – and you can grab it right here in a variety of formats. This includes digital download, CD and limited edition 180 gram vinyl. The
My Bloody Valentine has caused some fresh excitement, announcing onstage that their new album may be released this week. As reported by Consequence Of Sound, MBV frontman Kevin Shields said the band’s third album “might be out in two or three days”. Shields broke the news during a currently underway London gig after My Bloody
Australian fans of seminal shoegaze outfit My Bloody Valentine, who have spent probably a solid chunk of their lives waiting for them to tour, can finally exhale.
My Bloody Valentine’s first album in over 20 years is nearly finished says Kevin Shields. Speaking with The Quietus, Shields said he is currently working on the eighth track, and “then I’ve got to record the ninth song from scratch. Then I’ve got to mix it. But that’s OK, because I’m not slow at mixing.”
In anticipation of the re-release of the entire My Bloody Valentine discography, the band has been very busy arranging a vast amount of content for fans to sink their teeth into in the meantime.
My Bloody Valentine frontman Kevin Shields has hinted that he’s started work on the band’s first new album in 21 years.