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QuoteRachel: That's Michael, our sound engineer.Nick: Who worked with The Cure.Post-Punk: Oh really?Nick: So another connection, you see.Post-Punk: I am a big Cure fan.Rachel: So are we.Nick: The best sound engineer they've ever had, apparently. Which is why he's back with us.Rachel: Yeah! Hahaha!Post-Punk: I wonder if Robert's a fan of you guys.Nick: You know what, there have been times where there have been interviews that he's done, like on radio in the UK or print interviews, where he has dropped our name in as bands that he was interested in around that time.Rachel: Has he?Nick: Yeah, yeah. Ride opened for him at Wembly Arena back in, I don't know, '91 or '92 or something and they toured with Cranes, who at the time we were really close to.
Quote from: dsanchez on July 31, 2014, 17:33:47... I am more focused on Slowdive lately as they have returned after 20 years. Saw them four times already and will see them for the 5th time this Sunday in Poland.
Quote from: cheyler on November 22, 2014, 02:51:49Ulrich, anywhere from 5-10 Slowdive gigs are available for download on dimeadozen right this minute.
QuoteSlowdive's Rachel Goswell, Mogwai's Stuart Braithwaite and Editors' Justin and James Lockey have come together to form a new project called Minor Victories, with the group's self-titled debut due out June 3rd. The band recorded the album together even though they spent almost no time together in the studio: The collaboration was formed entirely online, with the members sending each other song fragments, ideas and finished recordings. Justin Lockey served as the album's producer."Starting a band where some of the people have never met each other is something I've never heard of," Braithwaite said in a statement, while Goswell called the project "the most exciting thing I've done to date." Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/slowdive-mogwai-editors-members-form-new-group-minor-victories-20160222#ixzz40zqALHnb Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook
Quote from: Ulrich on February 24, 2016, 13:10:45Didn't Slowdive themselves plan on new recordings? Would like to see them live (and/or Minor Victories) if they'll play anywhere near me.
Quote from: dsanchez on February 24, 2016, 13:44:15they are currently working on a new album.