"At this point, with music in general, especially modern dance music like Skrillex or even ‘Gangnam Style’, there are these bended, twisted synth parts; those feelings that we were exploring has become completely mainstream. I don’t think it came from us, but we explored it first in a lot of ways. It’s a strong element, so because of that I still think we have to make more records and maybe by then a lot more people will get it."

My Bloody Valentine mastermind Kevin Shields talks about his signature sound (and much more) in his first new interview since the release of this year’s mbv.



"With this record, people who like us will immediately connect with something. Based on the very, very few people who’ve heard stuff— some engineers, the band, and that’s about it— some people think it’s stranger than Loveless. I don’t. I feel like it really frees us up, and in the bigger picture it’s 100 percent necessary."

— Kevin Shields tells the NME that the new My Bloody Valentine album will come out this year.

(Source: nme.com)



My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields tells us about the twisty story behind his band’s forthcoming reissues in our latest feature interview. Photo by Steve Double. 

My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields tells us about the twisty story behind his band’s forthcoming reissues in our latest feature interview. Photo by Steve Double. 



"I’ve always said that we were going to make a record again. You never know, we might finish it really quickly, and it might be up in a few months! I tend to work really quickly, suddenly, and I might be willing to do that right now. We’ll see!"

— Kevin Shields talks to us about a new My Bloody Valentine album.