Having survived day one of this year's Leeds Festival, Drowned In Sound's men on the frontline Daniel O'Dell and Dom Gourlay are back with a round-up of the good and not so good happenings from the second day. »
The Falls Music and Arts Festival takes place across two sites on December 29-January 1, in Lorne (Victoria) and Marion Bay (Tasmania), and has lined up a DiS-decent bill so far»
Scandi-garage act the Hives have announced a handful of live shows for the spring.»
Q: What’s more fun than writing a news story half-drunk on Pimms and lager?
A: A Yeah Yeah Yeahs remix of The Hives, that’s what.»
Journey South crush all who oppose them at 107 with ‘What I Love About Home’. Who remembers Journey South then? I do, they haunt my dreams every night.»
If the charts were a noise this week, they would be the squeaky rasp of a slowly-deflating balloon at a child’s birthday party where a gin-reeking dad has just attacked the clown on suspicion of ogling mummy’s breasts.»
Swedish rock five-piece The Hives are no closer to announcing a release date for their new album, The Black And White Album, claiming that they are "prisoners to our own creativity"...»
The Hives release a live DVD on November 14th. Tussles In Brussels features a recording of a 20-song show in - you guessed it - Brussels...»
Religious-experience rock rebels, Blues Explosion, have been announced as special guests to The Hives on the Swede’s April tour of the UK.»
2005's calendar is filling up already.»
So their new record really isn't that much cop? Never mind, at least The Hives still know how to kick it live...»
Maverick label boss of Creation and Poptones, responsible in recent times for the likes of Super Furry Animals, The Hives, Primal Scream and Oasis, takes over radio1 for one night tonight, but it may become regular...
Suffix and prefix him as you will, but this evening, Alan McGee, will take his Dea»
Kerrang! editor Paul Rees will announce the bulk of this year's nominee lists at the annual Kerrang!/Day Of Rock and for the FIRST TIME EVER the Best International Newcomer category will be decided via Channel 4's T4.
Viewers of T4 on August 14th, 18th and 21st will be asked to decide the winner of »
Ash are back again, with a new single, a singles collection and a chance for you to get up onstage and play with the band.
We can reveal that the next Ash single will be entitled 'ENVY' and will be released via Infectious on 26 August 2002. Apparently the video features cameo appearan»
So, you think that all records industry compilation albums are shamless cash-ins to make us buy something we already own half of? well who cares when it's this good...
The new Burning Heart Records compilation 'How We Rock' is now out, and as the team behind it themselves say "boy, »
"On the 13th and 14th of July over 50,000 people will see over 100 bands on 7 stages at Balado near Kinross, which can only mean one thing - T in the Park 2002."
Over the next few weeks, the full line up to T in the Park will be announced, via the T in the Park w»
The Hives are due to release the
single "Hate To Say I Told You So" on 11th February.
The formats will include CD and 7" and the b-sides are said to be 'Uptempo Venomous Poison' and 'Gnirom Ytic Kcorknup'.
Radio 1 have announced details of a new punk show for the new year.
'The Lock Up' will focus on non-commercial punk, skate rock, thrash and underground bands like Pennywise and The Hives.
The show is presented by Mike Davis, an LA born DJ. It will be on mondays at 2AM »
The Hives have confirmed details of a tour and a single for February.
'Hate To Say I Told You So' comes out on the 11th of February through Poptones. The song was originally released late in 2000 off the 'Veni Vidi Vicious' album, but features again on the 'Your New Favour»
The Hives are set to make a London instore appearance
They will appear at the Virgin Megastore, Oxford Street in London on December 17 at 8pm.
The band will play a live set before signing copies of their current album 'Your New Favourite Band ' »