From Joy Division to Wolf Alice, Wakefield post-punk newcomers The Gallery pick five songs that helped shape the raucous sound of the band.
Badflower‘s debut album, OK, I’m Sick, is set for release this week so, in the latest episode of Stereo Six, the band revealed some of the ‘sick’ bands inspiring their music.
Nottingham newcomers Merrick’s Tusk have just put out their new video for “Hold The Waves” so we had a chat to them about five of the songs that helped influence their sound.
Glam rockers Mother Feather join us for a new edition of Stereo Six, describing five classic albums (and one curveball) that directly influenced the glammed-up sounds on their most recent Metal Blade Records release, Constellation Baby.
Alternative rock icons The Smashing Pumpkins have revealed a video for new single “Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)” from their upcoming Shiny And Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / Lp: No Past. No Future. No Sun. album.
On Monday, August 27th Smashing Pumpkins, along with Metric, brought the Shiny and Oh So Bright tour to Oakland, CA and rocked the Oracle Arena, making for an unforgettable evening.
Panic at the Disco & Paramore are currently touring with just one or two original members. Is this a cheap cash grab from devoted fans or does the integrity and longevity of their songs live on with just the lead singer?
Last Wednesday The Smashing Pumpkins rolled through Toronto and stopped at Scotiabank Arena on their “Shiny And Oh So Bright” tour. Local rockers Metric opened ahead of things getting old-school.
Alternative rock pioneers, The Smashing Pumpkins have dropped “Solara”, the first recording in over 18 years to feature founding members Billy Corgan, James Iha, and Jimmy Chamberlin.
“The only reason grunge exists is because the Pacific Northwest was an overlooked, downtrodden shithole that no one gave a fuck about up until the early 90’s.” So begins our latest instalment of our Ridiculously Short History of… Series; this time for Grunge!
By Mike Bax In 1984, I can vividly remember seeing Lee Aaron on my television. She was gorgeous. She…
Review and Photos by Mike Bax Smashing Pumpkins is a band that, for me, are two things: 1) an amazing…
By Mike Bax Photo by David Rubene Richard Patrick is many things. An inaugural ex-member of Nine Inch Nails.…
Kanine Records have shared a taste of their Record Store Day release, a compilation of female-fronted bands titled Non Violent Femmes. For their contribution to the compilation, Bleeding Rainbow covered “Glynis” by the Smashing Pumpkins, which also made it’s first appearance in a compilation in 1993. Bleeding Rainbow are also hitting the road this week in support of their latest album, Interrupt, out now on Kanine Records.