Back in the late 80s, My Bloody Valentine revolutionised many players’ ideas of what a guitar sounded like. It was a mix of borrowed gear, happy accidents and “sound as an infinite horizon”… and still sounds awesome.
Guitar.com’s Huw Price was a studio engineer for My Bloody Valentine during their early 90s pomp: with the band’s hugely influential back catalogue finally available on streaming platforms, he looks back at the unique experience working with the Sultans Of Shoegaze.
Kevin Shields said he doesn’t wait to wait to make the follow up to m b v.
The band have signed with the Domino Recording Company.
As part of Fender’s new Under the Influence series
The ongoing auction, supported by Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell, will benefit the UK charity Exeter Deaf Academy.
The My Bloody Valentine guitarist recalls the pivotal moments in creating the band’s sound.
The famed My Bloody Valentine guitarist talks about gear, his music and the dawn of his ‘glide guitar’ technique.