My Bloody Valentine (musician)
My Bloody Valentine hits the top of the sales chart this week with M BV, the long, long, long, long awaited follow up to Loveless from about 100 years ago ... It is a mix of a continuation of the Loveless sound and some newer elements such as subtle beats on some tracks. Some of the songs on this album had me feeling queasy in a good way because of the production that gives certain songs a disorienting feel.More quotes »
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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, My Bloody Valentine among FYF Fest headliners
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, My Bloody Valentine, TV on the Radio, MGMT and Beach House, among others, will helm the 10th annual FYF Fest in Los Angeles this summer. The two-day event, which takes over Los Angeles Historic Park Aug. 24-25, will also feature Deerhunt from LiveDaily Read more »
My Bloody Valentine Playing First U.S. Show in Four Years at FYF...
My Bloody Valentine are, indeed, returning to the United States following the release of their long-awaited album MBV. They’ll perform on our shores for the first time since 2009 when they headline Los Angeles’ FYF Festival, which takes place on August 2 from The Daily Swarm Read more »
Music: Great Job, Internet!: Listen to Kenny Feinstein's bluegrass punk take on My Bloody Valentine's "Loomer"
Portland-based Kenny Feinstein has made his musical name as the frontman of Water Tower, a rootsy bluegrass punk outfit. For his solo debut, out this September, he’s stretching out even further, into noise rock. Loveless: Hurts To Love finds Feinstein co from The A.V. Club Read more »
Hop Farm music festival cancelled due to poor ticket sales
Hop Farm music festival, which was to feature acts such as My Bloody Valentine Promoter Vince Power, who has put on performers such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Morrissey as headliners in past years, said he had pulled the plug "with great sadness". The from Guardian Unlimited Read more »
Album Review: No Joy – Wait To Pleasure
While reviews of their 2010 debut drew a straight line directly to bands like My Bloody Valentine (to the band’s apparent dismay), Montreal duo No Joy continue to make it clear that they aren’t just another shoegaze band. While taking umbrage in intervie from Consequence Of Sound Read more »