While I knew that Lush released “Hypocrite” as the first single from their third record Split – a barnburner of a track, it got radio play in those days when bands like Lush got played on the radio – I did not know that they released a second video and single that same day, May […]
DVDs are hardly the most collectible things these days – I wager a lot of people don’t have the technology to even play one if they wanted to – but I’ve finally gotten my hands back on one of my most precious digital video discs after a couple years where I almost wrote it off […]
The URL for GuitarGeek.com may no longer exist was a meaningful internet entity – it now goes to the YouTube page for some guy who will teach you Led Zeppelin riffs – but in the early days of the web, it was a magical place for guit nerds like myself who were a) unhealthily obsessed […]
I need to get back to my original intent of dropping quick bits of whatever without lots of commentary, so here’s the video for Lush’s second single, released October 15, 1990, and included in their not-their-first-album-but-generally-regarded-as-their-first-album Gala. I’d actually never seen this vid nor the original single art before putting this post together, so we’ll […]
Emma Anderson of Lush and Sing Sing pens an essay for Sonic Cathedral on discovering The Return Of The Durutti Column, the majestic debut album from Vini Reilly and company.