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There's A New My Bloody Valentine EP and MBV Streaming Site Coming  

There's A New My Bloody Valentine EP and MBV Streaming Site Coming

 
By: Spacelab Research Staff
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August 13, 2013
 

The future hold good things from My Bloody Valentine, including a short EP of new songs, a dedicated web site for streaming various sound experiments from the past decades, and "pure analog cuts" of past albums Loveless and Isn’t Anything as well as all of the My Bloody Valentine EPs. In a recent interview with Pitchfork, Kevin Shields said:


“The next step is to make an EP of all-new material. I’m also going to re-master Loveless and Isn’t Anything and all the EPs in analog to make pure analog cuts, which has never happened before. And I hate to say this because we haven’t set it up yet, but we want to do a site where everyone who bought a record would be able to stream various other things we put up, like an old recording of when I first experimented with pitch-bending back in ‘81. People could get a clearer version of how we wound up where we did. It seems more mysterious based on the records that were released because it seems like we went from a Cramps/Birthday Party band, to a noisy Jesus and Mary Chain indie pop band, to what we became in ‘88. But if you hear what we did before that, you can see how we were just playing around. It’s not what it seems.”

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