Morrissey: First Of The Gang To Die
It’s no exaggeration to call Morrissey one of the most influential figures in modern rock. Here is the video for the anthemic “The First Of The Gang To Die”.
Album: You Are The Quarry
Label: Attack / Sanctuary
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Electronic: Getting Away With IT
New Order’s Bernard Sumner and The Smiths’ Johnny Marr formed Electronic in 1989 collaborating with The Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant in the early years and former Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos in 1995.
Harvey Danger: Flagpole Sitta
Harvey Danger got their 5 minutes with “Flagpole Sitta” a song that 90% of people who were growing up in 1997 can still sing every word to.
Initially on Tony Wilson’s Factory Records label, Manchester’s James scored in 1993 with “Laid” on college radio and then later thru the American Pie movies.
Primal Scream: Don’t Fight It, Feel It
There’s no overestimating the importance of Screamadelica, the record that brought acid house, techno, and rave culture crashing into the British mainstream — an impact that rivaled that of Nirvana’s Nevermind.
Happy Mondays: Step On
Classic lMadchester era Factory Records track from Happy Mondays 1990 album Pills ‘n’ Thrills and Bellyaches produced by Paul Oakenfold.
Tame Impala: I’m A Man, Woman
Tame Impala are back with a new LP out July 17th, 2015 and a trippy 3-D animated collage video inspired by the “Currents” cover art and 3-D models of people with different objects for heads.
Everything Everything: Regret
‘Regret’ is taken from brand new album ‘Get To Heaven’ which is out on 15th June 2015.
Slaves: Feed The Mantaray
Raw U.K. punk duo Slaves was formed in 2013 in leafy Maidstone, Kent by guitarist Laurie Vincent and drummer Isaac Holman, both in their early twenties at the time.
Jet: Are You Gonna Be My Girl
Jet found international popularity during the early 2000s during America’s garage rock revival. Video: “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”.