The crowd goes absolutely nuts!
The Stone Roses
DO IT, and do it in Australia!
Some other hotly rumoured acts have been ruled out.
Wrapping up their huge 2016 world tour
Approaching the band himself, the top hatted one was turned away for, of all things, his eccentric sense of style.
The turntness of 10 World Cup goal celebrations.
The Stone Roses have released something brand spanking new for the first time in over 20 years.
They have been spotted at a London studio suggesting new material is on the way.
Rapper Azealia Banks has finally revealed the details behind her Twitter tirade against The Stone Roses, and subsequent cancellation of her Adelaide show, during Future Music Festival last year. During the 2013 festival, Banks took to Twitter claiming the UK outfit tried to sabotage her set at the Sydney leg of the festival. She cancelled
A representative for iconic Manchester band The Stone Roses has refused to comment on rumours that the band are days away from officially announcing their split. When contacted by NME, a band spokesperson reportedly declined to add anything to the rumour, simply replying, “No comment.” The rumour was sparked by user HerringBone on the Stone
The Flaming Lips have been busy preparing a plethora of weird and wonderful things for this year’s Black Friday edition of Record Store Day. Music wise, the band will release a cover of The Stone Roses’ 1989 self-titled debut album, which remains an emblem of the ‘Madchester’ sound and aesthetic. The Lips will also put
A recent performance from UK musical royalty The Stone Roses has ended in tragedy after a 24-year-old woman collapsed, and later died in hospital. At this point in time, police believe there was no foul play involved, though the event was apparently rife with anti-social behaviour. The police are yet to confirm the exact cause
Coachella organisers have announced a cheeky shuffle of headlining acts to take place at the follow-up event this weekend. After reporting a bit of a lousy turn out last Friday, The Stone Roses will now be replaced as headliners by Blur for the show this Friday. Blur will be promoted from their previous role as
Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis has attempted to soften the blow of his recent comments wherein the singer took aim at reformed ’90s acts, including The Stone Roses, for stealing headlining festivals slots from today’s emerging acts. Philippakis took to his Twitter account and posted that Foals “have nothing but respect & love for the Stone
“It really limits bands of our generation.”
Festival Hall last Thursday night was what people in the venue business refer to as “at capacity”. The crowd was what people in the business of beating around the bush call ‘older’, though the correct term might be ‘thirtysomething’ – people who found their way to the Roses by way of Oasis and… Well, Oasis,
It’s the first time The Stone Roses have played together since 1995. Announcing their reunion in 2011, their highly anticipated shows sold out across the country, the Sydney Future sideshow included. Having only released two records and a handful of singles and B-sides, their repertoire was limited; it was interesting to see how they’d fill
Azealia Banks has let rip at Future Music headliners The Stone Roses claiming that they deliberately tried to sabotage her set at the festival in Sydney yesterday.
The threat of monsoonal rain could not stop the torrential downpour of die-hard fans rushing riverside to see the third coming of The Stone Roses last Friday night. It has been 17 long years since the pride of Manchester played in these parts. In fact most Rose lovers had lost hope in a band revival
The legendary ‘Madchester’ group the Stone Roses will be playing their own headline shows on the back of their appearance on the Future Music Festival 2013 lineup, playing three dates, including the Riverstage in Brisbane on 1st March, Hordern Pavillion in Sydney on 6th March and Festival Hall in Melbourne on 7th March. Arguably one