You might know MASH as Xfm Scotland’s top purveyor of electronic beats, or as a top recording artist (especially if you’re in Belgium), or as a remixer covering the likes of Quinn, My Robot Friend, The Needles and Salon Boris, or as a former Jengahead… Continue reading →
Came (from Fife), were seen (a bit), (failed to) conquer – eventually announced their split on a sudoku-based gameshow hosted by Eamonn Holmes.
Shame. I liked their XTC-inspired pop and added them to a long list of ‘tips for the top’, most of whom didn’t even make it as far as TV appearances with a fierce-hungry Irishman.
(Video below is a fun watch, though this links to The (non) Hit)
Since disbanding seminal Minneapolis post-punkers Hüsker Dü, Bob Mould has fronted chart act Sugar, gone electronic, DJ’ed, become an acclaimed remixer, and, er, been a ‘scriptwriter’ for the WWF. Now he’s come full circle and is playing the oldies live again. Continue reading →
Madchester godfathers James are celebrating their quarter-century by reforming to record a new album. First, however, there’s a new ‘Best of’, with singer Tim Booth’s acting career (launched in Batman Begins) put temporarily on hold. Continue reading →