Tag: Supergrass

NEWS: Richard Ashcroft & Supergrass confirmed as Splendour 2021 headliners

NEWS: Richard Ashcroft & Supergrass Splendour 2021 headliners

Following the recent government announcement and roadmap detailing plans to lift limits on social contact by 21 June, Splendour organisers are delighted to confirm plans for this year’s Splendour Festival, taking place on Saturday 24 July 2021. Brit-pop legend Richard…

REVIEW: Supergrass – Live On Other Planets

REVIEW: Supergrass – Live On Other Planets

The forever infectious sights and sounds of Supergrass are brought bang up to date with their sharp new live album Live On Other Planets. Recorded on their whirlwind reunion tour at the start of 2020 the band sounds as fluid…

NEW MUSIC: Supergrass new video

NEW MUSIC: Supergrass new video

With the announcement of the reunion of Britpop favourites Supergrass, the band unveiled a previously unheard track, a Police cover Next To You, taken from a forthcoming box set entitled The Strange Ones 1994 – 2008. Today they have released…

TRACK: Danny Goffey – ‘Sick Holiday’

On ‘Sick Holiday’, Supergrass sticksman Danny Goffey blends Ian Dury & son’s point of voyeurism with breezy Squeezey sonics. The result is an aural postcard sent from his recent break to Greece (and back) with cheapo flying coop, Easyjet. Casually…

INTERVIEW: Vangoffey

Whilst ‘The Trials Of A Modern Man’ may be numerous, Danny Goffey seems unfazed by them. The Vangoffey frontman and former Supergrass drummer recently played two intimate gigs in London and Frome (his home town) celebrating the release of the band’s latest single, ‘Sucker’….

LIVE: Vangoffey – The Social, London 14.03.16

If ‘The Trials of a Modern Man’ are as numerous as Vangoffey‘s single suggests, frontman Danny Goffey seemed unfazed by them on Monday night as he played to a packed crowd at London’s trendy venue, The Social. The former Supergrass…

Album: Gaz Coombes ‘Matador’

Rating: The sideburns are still there, the wolfish grin, the voice pitched somewhere between a soulful wail, a Weller-esque growl and the agitated pop of Iggy. But there’s something a bit more tailored about Gaz Coombes this time around. Matador…