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My Bloody Valentine


Roundhouse, London, 22/6/2008

My Bloody Valentine - Roundhouse, London, 22/6/2008

Shoegazing pioneers My Bloody Valentine have just toured Britain with their first shows in over fifteen years. Domnic Simpson watches them put on an unforgettable performance at the Roundhouse in London


Teenage Life and Sonic Youth (2007)

My Bloody Valentine - Teenage Life and Sonic Youth

In the latest instalment in our 'Soundtrack of Our Lives', in which our writers write about the effect of music at important times in their lives, Dominic Simpson tells of his teenage discovery of Sonic Youth

Profile (2002)

My Bloody Valentine - Profile

My Bloody Valentine's 'Loveless' album was one of the classic albums of the early 90's, but took 2 and a half years to record and nearly bankrupted the Creation label. Olga Sladeckova reflects on the stormy history of the shoegazing movement pioneers



Le Volume Courbe
Interview Le Volume Courbe - Interview

Le Volume Courbe is the project of Charlotte Marionneau, a French-born singer-song writer who is based in London. She talks to John Clarkson about working with Alan McGee and My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields and her band's recording career to date

Sounds Like Violence
Interview Sounds Like Violence - Interview

Swedish act Sounds Like Violence have drawn comparisions with acts as diverse as Nirvana, Iggy Pop and My Bloody Valentine, but remian genreless. With their debut EP 'The Pistol' making an impact, Ben Howarth chats to them on their first British tour

Interview Raveonettes - Interview

Danish duo the Raveonettes seven track debut mini album 'Whip It On' has earned the band favourable comparisions with My Bloody Valentine, the Jesus and Mary Chain, Ride and the Cramps. Anthony Strutt talks to his new favourite band

Interview Kilowatthours - Interview

With an intense emphasis on improvisation, indie rockers the Kilowatthours have drawn comparisions with both My Bloody Valentine and Radiohead. Frontman Chris Renn talks to new writer Adam Day about the band's latest album 'The Bright Side'

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