Gary Numan has been confirmed to appear at The Mighty Boosh-curated Hop Farm Festival on July 5.»
Seems like print had the jump on us this week, as London megazine Time Out carried the next batch of acts for this year’s Get Loaded before we even knew they existed. Deadlines save lives?»
Having only recently announced a second weekend date, the Relentless energy drink sponsored Wakestock 2008 has today made several new additions to its already mixed bag of must-sees and mediocrities»
Deep breath required for the charts this week; frankly they’ve seen more action than Prince’s bedroom ceiling mirror and we’re going to give you the long and sticky of it.»
You stop work, but the charts keep rolling. Yesterday's movers, shakers, fakers and crap, here»
The first raft of acts have been confirmed for this year’s Summer Sundae Weekender in Leicester.»
Members of Arctic Monkeys, Mystery Jets, Supergrass and Reverend and the Makers have tethered together to form an ‘indie supergroup’.»
Supergrass side-project Diamond Hoo Ha Men played an instore at Pure Groove last weekend, and footage of it comprises the first transmission from PureGrooveTV.»
After touring under the alias of Diamond Hoo Ha Men towards the end of last year, Gaz Coombes and Danny Goffey will reunite with broken bassist Mick Quinn for a new Supergrass album and live dates.»
Donda West, Supergrass bassist Mick Quinn, Amelie Berrabah of Sugababes and former-3 Colours Red drummer Keith Baxter.»
Those forgotten men of indie-rock Supergrass will play a series of small-scale shows this week under a new name.»
The line-up for this year's Electric Gardens - held at Mount Ephraim Gardens, Kent, on August 4 and 5 - has been confirmed...»
Pop-rock's finest embark on an acoustic jaunt this August to promote new record 'Road to Rouen'.»
Supergrass are to release a new album in the summer.»
Beer men present gigs... not all of 'em are shite.»
A report in redtop reader, the Daily Mirror, tells of how Supergrass drummer Danny Goffey heckled Aussie songstress Natalie Imbruglia as she performed a short set for Virgin Radio last week.»
Those who've been around Oxford longer than me may remember the good old days when bands like Radiohead, Slowdive, Ride et al were still relative unknowns playing the local pub circuit. The days before haunts like the Jericho and the Point closed their doors to live music.»
More names have been announced for this year's Wireless Festival, to be held in London's Hyde Park on the 24th, 25th, 29th and 30th of June.»
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Reading and Leeds news. Try and contain your excitement.»
Hirsuite Oxford foursome announce lengthy UK tour to coincide with release of 'Greatest Hits' CD & DVD.»
Supergrass will celebrate their 10th anniversary by releasing a greatest hits compilation.»
Supergrass have cancelled the remaining dates of their current US tour.»
Old skool indie lads Supergrass have announced details of a UK tour, set to coincide with the release of their forthcoming album.
'Life On Other Planets' is released on the 30th September and will be Gaz and co's fourth album.
The album is the follow up to 1999's self-entitled third »
After an extended hiatus, Supergrass release their first new material for almost three years on July 1st.
A new single, ‘Never Done Nothing Like That Before’, will be available on seven-inch vinyl only, and will be limited to just 1,500 copies.
The band recently finished recor»
The Bristol Essential Festival has been "forced" to cut back a couple of stages and bands for the Sunday Rock! day, claiming "safety issues" as the reason.
The site is said to be wet after heavy rain over the last week with organisers deciding that "moshing crowds" could make things a littl»
The Foo Fighters have announced that they are to appear at this year's T On The Fringe Festival.
The group will play at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange on August 30.
Other bands who are taking part in the event include Supergrass on August 23 and Starsailor on August 14.
Reports are saying that Van Morrison is to headline the 'alternative Glastonbury' this summer.
It has been stated on peoplesound.com that Supergrass, Morcheeba and Toploader will be joining the singer on a 1,000 people festival entitled 'Babington 24'.
Scheduled to take place in the grounds of Babington Hou»