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Not Forgotten: Teenage Fanclub – Grand Prix

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Not Forgotten: Teenage Fanclub – Songs from Northern Britain

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In these most desperate of times, we all need something to hold onto, and what better than new music from the most life affirming of all bands, Teenage Fanclub. They’ve released a new video for the track ‘Home’, which is the opening track from the bands forthcoming tenth studio album, Endless Arcade, which is out …

There’s a reason Teenage Fanclub, and particularly Grand Prix, have endured when so much music from the 90s just been washed away.

Marveline is basically the solo work of Pete Marley – a stalwart of the Sydney music scene and go-to bass player for a number of seminal local acts including The Nature Strip (see our review of their last album) and Fallon Cush. We are honored to prmiere Marveline’s debut album – amusingly titled ‘Savoury-Toothed Tiger’ …

Edinburgh’s Pilotcan has just released their fifth album ‘No More Shan Goodbyes’ and it is an absolute delight. Bringing together elements of nineties low-fi simplicity with a touch of eighties pop grunge, the common thread is a bunch of haunting, wistful intelligent songs. Of the album, front man Keiron Mellotte notes that he was writing …

Having long been out of print, the magnificent Teenage Fanclub have announced details of the vinyl re-release of five of their classic Creation Records albums – Bandwagonesque, Thirteen, Grand Prix, Songs From Northern Britain and Howdy! Released on Friday 10th August 2018 through Sony Music, each album has been re-mastered for the first time from the original tapes, at Abbey Road Studios, London …

Having carved a career critically acclaimed career during the peak years of BritPop, by all rights Scottish power-pop guitar-slingers Teenage Fanclub should have been huge and the fact that they have achieved one solitary top 20 single in the UK (the utterly lovely “Ain’t That Enough”) and a trio of top 20 albums, including the …

I first bought some Fannies in the early 90s – ‘The Concept’ on cassingle – and then had little to no contact with them until ‘Howdy !’ around early 2001.  That album and I spent a good deal of time together before I finally got around to buying some more of their stuff, but the …