For Fans Of: Lush at Bandcamp Daily

Bandcamp’s editorial department might have been gutted recently, but it’s some comfort to know that what remains is still putting out good content, at least for the moment. For example, last week they published this piece that used the recent Lush reissues as a starting point to guide readers through some very good and thoughtful […]

Emma Anderson – “Bend The Round”

Inadvertent Lush season continues hereabouts with some exciting news – the first solo record from Emma Anderson. After Lush split in 1996, it was Anderson who got back into things first, forming Sing-Sing with Lisa O’Neill in 1997 and carrying on for a decade, releasing a couple full-lengths and a variety of extended plays. After disbanding, […]

Lush – “For Love”

I’ve been on a bit of a Lush kick lately for no reason that I can think of, but it turns out I was just being prescient. 4AD announced yesterday that the Lush studio album back catalog – 1991’s Spooky, 1994’s Split, and 1996’s Lovelife – were being remastered from the original 1/2″ tapes and […]

Lush – “De-Luxe”

Let’s land the wayback machine in 1990, and look at the first video – or videos – from Lush. They released their debut mini-album Scar in July of 1989 and despite it being well-receieved, they didn’t record any promotional videos for it. They saved that honour for “De-Luxe”, the opening track of their follow-up EP […]

Lush – “Desire Lines”

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 […]

Beautiful Noise

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 […]