The Stone Roses | Under The Radar Magazine Under the Radar | Music Blog for the Indie Music Magazine
Tuesday, October 26th, 2021  

News

Oct 13, 2021

Death Cab For Cutie have announced a reissue of their 2001 third studio album, The Photo Album, in honor of its 20th anniversary. The 35-track reissue will feature a remastered version of the original album, along with unreleased tracks, rarities, UK b-sides, and covers of Björk’s “All is Full of Love” and The Stone Roses’ “I Wanna Be Adored.” In addition to the announcement, the band shared a previously unreleased demo for their song “Coney Island.” The reissue will be out digitally on October 29 via Barsuk, and will be released on vinyl in spring 2022. More

May 02, 2019

Twenty-five years ago, updates were trickling in to the UK music press about the chronically delayed second studio album from The Stone Roses. “Baggy revival still on ice!” declared a short NME news item in early February of 1994, reporting that Second Coming (which did at least have its title) was once again being taken off Geffen Records’ release schedule, only a month before it had previously been set to come out. More

Listen: The Stone Roses - “Beautiful”

One of first new songs in 22 years

Jun 09, 2016

The Stone Roses have shared a new song called “Beautiful Thing.” It was recorded at Church Studios in London and was produced by Paul Epworth. More

May 12, 2016

As promised earlier today, The Stone Roses have released their new single, “All For One,” their first new music in 22 years. It premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show and is now available to download as a digital single. It was produced by Paul Epworth and recorded at Church Studios in London. There’s no word on a full album. Stream “All For One” below. More

May 12, 2016

Iconic late ‘80s/early ‘90s British band The Stone Roses reformed in 2011 and played some high profile shows in 2012 and 2013, including co-headlining a night at Coachella. Since reforming there has of course been speculation as to whether or not we’d hear any new music from the band. More

The Stone Roses Recording New Music

Album would be first since 1994

Mar 24, 2016

The Stone Roses will be reuniting for a handful of shows this June and July and frontman Ian Brown has confirmed that the group is working on new material. More

Apr 21, 2013

April 19 marked the second weekend of Coachella’s 2013 run. We sent photographer Helen Boast down to cover the action. More

Apr 16, 2013

Last year influential Britpop band The Stone Roses reunited for the first time in over 15 years with a trio of live performances in their home of Manchester. More

Check Out Photos of Øya Festival, Day 1

Feist, Sondre Lerche, Florence and the Machine and More

Aug 09, 2012

From August 7-11 Oslo, Norway is hosting the Øya Festival. We sent social media editor Laura Studarus over to cover the action. Check out her shots of Sondre Lerche,Willis Earl Beal, Mathias Eick, Oberhofer, Friends, Bob Mould, Thurston Moore, Florence and the Machine, Feist, The Stone Roses, and Purity Ring. More

May 24, 2012

Hot on the heels of news that they were recording new material comes footage of The Stone Roses’ first gig in 16 years. More

The Stone Roses Said To Have Recorded New Songs

Writer of Upcoming "Spike Island" Film Confirms New Material

May 22, 2012

Newly reunited English rock band The Stone Roses have apparently been spending time working on some new material. More

Two Stone Roses Movies in the Works

Spike Island Production Starts in 2012

Oct 26, 2011

The Stone Roses news just keeps on coming in. With the band recently reunited and shows planned for next year, BBC Films has announced that they will be backing the film titled, Spike Island.

The Stone Roses Reunite and Announce Two Shows

Planning World Tour For 2012

Oct 19, 2011

After a 15 year hiatus, The Stone Roses have announced their reunion and reformation. More




Reviews

Jun 28, 2016

I’ve said this to many people over the years, but The Stone Roses remain Manchester’s favorite sons. And so, as it was with 2012’s Heaton Park gigs, that love and devotion means that the city suddenly stops when they show up to play. More

Aug 09, 2012

Welcome to the first official day of the Øya Festival—or as I like to call it: shock the American. Check out reviews from the day including: Sondre Lerche, Willis Earl Beal, Oberhofer, Thurston Moore, Friends, Florence and The Machine, Feist, Stone Roses, and Purity Ring. More