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Once again, the iconic Glastonbury Festival has come and gone. As Australians, it’s now our unfortunate duty to sit back, and look on as all those in attendance revel in their experiences and go on and on about how we totally should have been there. Well, we’ve put together a list of some of the
The Strokes did it, Arctic Monkeys did it, Bloc Party did it, Kaiser Chiefs still think it’s funny when they do it and now Primal Scream, on their new album More Light, join the horde of British bands who’ve noticed that telly isn’t as good as it used to be. Music stinks. People aren’t reading
With so much trouble in the world, it hard to believe it’s been five years since their last LP, but in times of turmoil great artists shine. Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie has been hard at work on a new album, but also devoting time to sort out his own life. After facing off with
Primal Scream have recently announced their new album More Light and now they’ve got some more info for us, namely a release date, their guest artists and a track list. Following on from the positive reception of their latest single 2013, we now have a date to look forward to. Friday, 10th May, ladies and
Primal Scream have unveiled a new song from their forthcoming album More Light, which is expected to have a local release in early May.
Primal Scream have announced details of their tenth album More Light, which is set for release on May 6. In an interview with BBC Radio 6, frontman Bobby Gillespie said that the album will feature cameos from Mark Stewart (The Pop Group) and Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin). David Holmes was again behind the producers desk
Primal Scream have been a fixture in alternative music for 30 years. Whereas many of their contemporaries have broken up, they have allowed their legacy to ferment in fondness, and then cashed in on the reunion. Primal Scream have continued to risk their reputation for the opportunity to speak their mind and incite a party.
Robert Plant has confirmed that he has recorded new music for Primal Scream’s upcoming album due out next year. As reported by NME, the celebrated Led Zeppelin frontman told MOJO that he is eager to explore singing opportunities with various artists and bands. “Everything we did back in those days and everything I have done
NME have reported that longstanding rock act Primal Scream has finally found a permanent member for their vacant bassist position. The newly announced bass player goes by the name of Simone Butler, who at this stage appears to be somewhat of a mystery, with NME putting the call out to anyone who has any background
Primal Scream will be returning to Australian shores this December to play a number of dates on the back of their appearance on the Meredith Music Festival 2012 lineup. The last time they were seen here, they performed their genre-defining classic album Screamadelica in full, but this time they’ll return to play all their classics
As reported previously, Brazilians CSS have a new album in the works. La Liberacion is out on August 29, and the record’s first single features Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream.
There have been rumours this week that Madchester pioneer group The Stone Roses would be reforming again after Singer Ian Brown and Guitarist John Squire met up for the first time since they fell out in 1996. Clint Boon from the Inspiral Carpets fueled the rumours by tweeting “It’s true that Ian and John met
With Primal Scream‘s Sydney show at the Metro selling so fast, the organisers have decided to move the show to a renovated and bigger Selina’s at The Coogee Bay Hotel. The show that will see the legendary UK outfit playing their seminal 1991 album Screamadelica are sure to be one of the highlights of the
Primal Scream have just announced that they will we releasing a remastered version of their seminal 1991 album Screamadelica in March next year to mark the 20th Anniversary of the album’s release. Exciting as this is, turns out that not only have they remastered the album, but they got legendary My Bloody Valentine guitarist Kevin
Ever since watching the Sex Pistols boat party scene in Sid & Nancy, I have believed that by boat is the only way to party!
February 2009 sees Primal Scream return to Australia after a nine year absence
The discerning festival goers’ dream, Playground Weekender kicks off on Friday 6th through to Sunday 8th February, 2009 with an imaginative experience encompassing six stages of music from a bold mixture featuring superb live local and international acts, DJs and cabaret.