London Brixton Academy, 7/4/2002
Garbage have recently been touring Britain to promote their third album'"Beautiful Garbage'. Anthony Strutt catches them at London's Brixton Academy
Glasgow Scottish Exhibition and Conference
This is the third time that ‘Garbage’ have played lead singer Shirley Manson’s native Scotland in the last six months. In July they were at the ‘T in the Park’ weekend outdoor festival near to Kinross
Beautiful Garbage (2021)
In our 'Re: View' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, Zena Greig reflects on Garbage's 2001 third album 'Beautiful Garbage', which is being released in a remastered, expanded version.
Mudhoney leader Mark Arm chats about the Seattle grunge pioneers thirty years as a band and forthcoming album 'Digital Garbage'.
In his first British interview songwriter David Mosey speaks to John Clarkson about his band London Plane's debut album 'New York Howl', which takes it inspiration from a diary from a young woman who had moved to New York in the 70's and that he found amongst a pile of garbage on a sidewalk.
(With Garbage and X), Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, 7/7/2017
Despite a questionable curfew, L. Paul Mann at the Santa Barbara Bowl enjoys sets performed by headliner Blondie with support from Garbage and and X's Exene Cervenka and John Doe
Garbage and The Flowers
Eyes Rind As If Beggars
Andrew Carver examines New Zealand noise duo the Garbage and The Flowers's 1997 debut album 'Eyes Rind As If Beggars', which has been re-released in a new double CD edition