Articles tagged supergrass

Gaz Coombes + Piney Gir: Rockwood Music Hall NYC (Photos)

Gaz Coombes performed songs from his solo catalog, including his latest Matador, but shared a few singles from his former outfit Supergrass.

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15 Years Later: Blur’s ‘Parklife’

Parklife is like a dream date -- it's smart, it's funny, it rocks, it's tender, it gets your blood pumping, and when it's over, you can't wait to do it all over again.

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8 Jun 2008 // 11:00 PM

Supergrass: Diamond Hoo Ha

Sixth studio album by the Oxford quartet follows the bucolic Road to Rouen with a foot-to-the-overdrive-pedal punch of rock 'n' roll.

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6 Jun 2008 // 4:38 AM

The Notwist, Supergrass, The Futureheads…

The Notwist Where in This World [Video] (from The Devil, You + Me, releasing 17 June in the US) Supergrass Diamond Hoo Ha Man [Video] The Futureheads

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The Long Road to Hoo Ha: An Interview with Supergrass

Only one band survived the highs and lows of the Britpop era. We talked about this endurance, a sixth album, and other lifespan issues with Danny Goffey, the one and only drummer for... yes, Supergrass.

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15 Sep 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Supergrass: Road to Rouen

Britpoppers finally make the album worth listening to after smoking their name.

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26 Oct 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Supergrass: Supergrass is 10: The Best of 94-04

Britpop. Oh how I’ve missed you. To be a music fan (especially a college-aged music fan) in those heady days of ‘94-‘97, was a

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18 Oct 2004 // 1:00 AM

Ten years ago a hairy, mirthful trio of teeth and textured tunes appeared on the musical radar of every fan of post-punk-pop in the form

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	Supergrass: Life on Other Planets

Not the recycled refrain of Oasis. Not the edgy ambition of Radiohead. Not the moody shoe-gaze of Blur. Not the epic glam of Spacehog. Somewhere,

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//Mixed media

The Moving Pixels Podcast Becomes the 'Beholder'

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to think that we would never be complicit with the dictates of an authoritarian regime, but Beholder reveals how complicated such choices can become.

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