Previously unseen live photo from the 31 March 1988 gig at Salisbury Arts Cente, courtesy of Nikki Barr (Instragram).
Pete Bassman has a couple of live shows listed for November, on the bill with Thee Lucifer Sams. 18 November 2021, The Victoria, Dalston, London19 November 2021, Hotbox, Chelmsford Pete’s most recent album, Lost In Space, from 2016, is well worth your time. You can buy it here.
Here’s the first of what we hope will be a series of Spacemen 3 themed podcasts, hosted by myself and Mark Lascelles. If you fancy listening to a couple of long time fans nattering on about their enthusiasm for the band, then this is for you! https://spacemen3.co.uk/pod/
Great live photo of Pete from the 6 March 1989 Hacienda gig, shared by Richard Davis (Facebook).
The C86 podcast has a recent two-part interview with Pete Kember which is well worth checking out. A fair bit on Spacemen 3, and quite a lot of other ground covered too. Part OnePart Two
From the Facebook group for the venue, a flyer and review of the Duchess of York gig from 28 February 1989.
Delighted to have got the nod from the original editor to post the contents of both issues of the Spacemen 3 fanzine Outer Limits. These were very exciting fanzines to own in the pre-internet age when information was hard to come by. Both issues came with a variety of interesting extras, which have also been …
Finally added what I hope is a comprehensive discography to the site. Many thanks to all that helped put this together, but particularly to Mark Lascelles and Andy Rigg.
Vera Buzz appears to have been the official fanzine of the venue where Spacemen 3 played on 12 March 1987. This issue has a preview of the gig. The text is partly adapted from the Spacemen 3 interview in the Northampton Mercury and Herald, which I presume had been sent out as part of the …
Always an absolute pleasure to find a live photo that hasn’t done the rounds before. This is from the gig at ULU on 20 May 1988, Pete Bain’s last gig. Shame that the angle isn’t better, but that’s a minor quibble. Courtesy of Simon Young – thanks Simon!