Tag Archives: Suede

Culture Clash: Trash vs. Rubbish

There now follows a brief explanation of the differences and similarities between the American term for waste, and the British, because they’re not the same, and the words don’t carry the same resonances when used in other ...

News Roundup: Russell Brand – ‘The Paralympics Have Novelty Value’

Russell Brand appears to be the target of another attempted tabloid bashing, after on-stage comments he made about the Olympics were seized upon as proof of some kind of disability prejudice.

News Roundup: Get Ready to Tour Hogwarts, and Radiohead Sets ‘SNL’ Date

Harry Potter fans, do you fancy a stroll around Hogwarts? You DO? Well you may be in luck.

Five Great British Things The Americans Ruined

So far in this series, we have examined 10 great American institutions, and the effect a British influence has had over each one, for better or worse.

Brett Anderson on the Future of Suede, Playing Coachella and More

Once hailed as “The Best Band in Britain” by the gone-but-not-forgotten Melody Maker, Suede ruled much of the nineties’ Britpop scene with their sly, yet slick twist on British life, and with an alluring sex-streaked ...

Music Roundup: ‘All You Need Is’ Duran Duran

Out today is the new album from English new wave legends Duran Duran. All You Need Is Now marks the quartet’s 13th studio album, which is being hailed a solid return to form à la their 1982 classic LP, Rio.

Florence + the Machine Sweeps The Q Awards

The annual Q Awards commenced today in London with Anglophenia favorite Florence + the Machine earning two statues for Best Female and Best Track for "You've Got the Love.

Roundup: ‘Harry Potter’ star Rupert Grint Bashful Over Co-Star Kiss

Rupert Grint battled some on-set jitters while filling the forthcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. His character of Ron Weasley shares an on-screen kiss with Hermione Granger, played by Emma Watson, but capturing the moment ...

Top British Musicians We’re Thankful For, Part 3

(For more lists of the best of UK music, please see our Tunes From the Thames section.)

Anglo For Your Ear: Suede’s “The Wild Ones”

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