Brighten the Corners (2008)
Jamie Rowland examines influential indie rock outfit Pavement's 1997 fourth album, 'Brighten the Corners', which has just been re-released in a new double CD edition
All Tomorrow’s Parties, Minehead, June 2010 (2015)
Mark Rowland relives his favourite gig of all time, a long-awaited chance to see Pavement at their curated All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in Minehead
Quarantine the Past:The Best of Pavement (2010)
Fine compilation from the influential Pavement, which provides a wonderful taster for the reformed group's forthcoming ATP and summer shows
Wowee Zowee : Sordid Sentinels edition (2006)
Impressive extended double CD version of Pavement's classic 1995 album, 'Wowee Zowee'
John Clarkson speaks to Glenn Gregory, the vocalist with influential Sheffield electronic group Heaven 17, about their plans to tour with their debut album 'Penthouse and Pavement' for the first time three decades on after its original release
A multi-national English/Dutch/American coalition, Marble Valley are former Pavement and Silver Jews member Steve West's current band. In a hilarious chat, Sarah Maybank talks to him, drummer Andy Dimmack and keyboardist Carl Hogarth, about their recently released fourth album, 'Slash and Laugh'
Mark Rowland speaks to former Pavement front man Stephen Malkmus the night after playing a show to a packed audience in London about both his latest band the Jicks and their recently released compplex latest album, 'Real Emotional Trash'
Interview with Jonathan Clancy
Settlefish's second album 'The Plural of the Choir' is in the tradition of Pavement, the Pixies and Modest Mouse, but with its instrumental passages and parade of short, sharp songs,is also unique. Vocalist Jonathan Clancy chats to Ben Howarth about it
All Tomorrow's Parties
Minehead, Somerset, 14/5/2010
On the first day of a Pavement-curated All Tomorrow's Parties, Mark and Jamie Rowland, Ben Howarth and Sarah Johnson discuss sets from bands such as Surfer Blood, Calexico and Broken Social Scene...
All Tomorrow's Parties
Minehead, Somerset, 15/5/2010
...while on the second they talk about performances from Blitzen Trapper, Fiery Furnaces, Camera Obscura, Pavement and Atlas Sound
Re : View-Pavement
There were few better indie rock bands in the 1990's than Pavement. 'Wowee Zowee', their 1995 third album, was their most experimental record. Mark Rowland explains why in the long-term he also believes that it is their most rewarding
Producer Mitch Easter has worked with R.E.M., Pavement, Dinosaur Jr and Velvet Crush , but for many years also fronted his own band Let's Active. With a Let's Active tribute album just out, Malcolm Carter takes the opportunity to assess his career