A new short documentary has uploaded to YouTube which is well worth a watch, whilst there are a few inaccurate facts its still a great watch. The thing I loved about this documentary is it mainly focuses on the era before the name shoegaze was created. Whilst many people still think of shoegaze as being […]
Following Record Store Day this show features the Pale Saints compilation Mrs Dolphin as the featured album of the week. The album was originally released in Japan only and has never been pressed on vinyl before. We play several tracks from the album including Colours and Shapes that has never been officially available in the […]
Slowdive’s third album Pygmalion is the featured album of the week. Released in 1995 at the height of Britpop, the album sounds absolutely nothing like other albums of the year with an ambient and experimental approach. Pygmalion is a timeless album. There’s also a Peel Session track from Broadcast recorded in 2000 and a live […]
This appearance by The Pale Saints on the BBC2 alternative music TV show Snub was broadcast the same month the band’s debut album was released.
Album of the week for this episode came from The Pale Saints with their debut ‘The Comforts of Madness’ from 1990. There’s a live track from the Early Years recorded at the 100 Club in London and we head back to 1991 for a Peel Session tack from Curve. Also on the show we have […]