Video: Pixies – “Catfish Kate” Video created by Neirin Best and Lianne Pierce. From Beneath the Eyrie, due September 13. It’s easy for music snobs to scoff when a band gets back together years after splitting up and has the audacity to release new music. Especially if they don’t have all the original members. How … Continue reading New Pixies video: Catfish Kate
You may have heard that the Pixies are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Surfer Rosa with a big box set. Three CD and Three LP editions out on September 28th, 2018 with new artwork reimagined by original designer Vaughan Oliver and the bonus disc, Live From The Fallout Shelter – one of the earliest recordings … Continue reading Missed opportunity: Come on Pixies, you know we love you!
I had recently gotten home from a semester abroad in Scotland. While I was there the Pixies had released Trompe Le Monde, and I bought the cassette at the Aberdeen HMV the week it came out. The Pixies were one of my favorite bands, and the Surfer Rosa/Come On Pilgrim two-fer had been the soundtrack … Continue reading Ticketstubs: The Pixies in Kalamazoo, 1992
The Pixies are recording all the stops on their U.S. tour. Relive the experience!
The band is sharing 4 songs from their Doolittle 20th Anniversary tour.
Frank Black (Francis) talks to Rolling Stone about the Pixies reunion, playing the whole Doolittle album live, and making money: It’s like someone saying, “You don’t have the right to go up there on a stage and sing your songs.” My response would, be, “Go fuck yourself.” Are we making more money? Yeah. But it’s … Continue reading Black Francis to Naysayers: Go fuck yourself
MTV interviews Black Francis: “We haven’t really been able to think about [the new album] up until now, because we’ve been too busy collecting money from all these festivals we do. It takes a lot of counting to get through all that cash.”
Holy shit, it was hot on Sunday. I was pretty sure we were all going to die for a while there. But hey, Glorious Noise suffers unbearable heat so you don’t have to. In this first installment, we cover Day One of Lollapalooza 2005.
Frank Black chats with literary legend Ray Bradbury. Via LHB.
Pixies planning to record new album according to The Sun.