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Gaz Coombes on
, David Bowie, and Life After Supergrass
“You can’t just go rambling on in first person about your feelings or everyone’s going to get really bored.”
Former My Chemical Romance Frontman Gerard Way Explains His Britpop Influences
The New Jersey singer discusses his Lush life.
Green Day, My Chemical Romance, and the Rare Shelved Albums That Remain Unheard
A look at the very few hidden recordings that not even a Google search can find.
“Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years. We still love each other but, cliché notwithstanding, musical differences have led to us moving on.”
Supergrass Call the Police
Plus new music from M. Ward and Dizzee Rascal.
Supergrass’ Gaz Coombes on His New Album and Turning Down Spielberg
Front man Gaz Coombes spoke with Vulture about his new album and the secrets of his band’s longevity.
Brand-new Velvet Underground Song! We Bet You Never Thought You’d Read That on a Blog!
Plus: LCD Soundsystem!
R. Kelly Makes Great Song at Least 100 Times Better
Plus: Dizzee Rascal!
Radiohead Is the Anti–Rolling Stones
Supergrass: At Least 500 Times Better Than the White Stripes
Plus: Magnetic Fields!
Pete Doherty Astounds Us With His Near-Competency
Blur, Justice, and Supergrass!