Lush

By Marcus Kagler

Out of all the shoegazer bands of the early 90’s who were dealt a death blow by the rise of Britpop, Lush was the only band to successfully cross over. Lead by duel female vocalists Miki Berenyi and Emma Anderson the London quartet achieved more mainstream success from their lone Britpop inspired album, Lovelife (1996-4AD) than the two gauzy shoegazer inspired albums previous ever did. Unfortunately success came too late for Lush. Internal strife combined with the abrupt suicide of drummer Chris Acland brought the band to screeching halt just as the mainstream came knocking on their... Read More

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