Tag: Eugene Kelly

  • ENTER THE VASELINES

    Nothing on the Vaselines’ 2010 reunion 
album, Sex With an X, quite merits inclusion in a songbook perfectly presented two decades ago by Sub Pop’s The Way of the Vaselines. (One possible exception? “Overweight but Over You.”) Yet Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee—who formed this Scottish indie-pop outfit in 1986 and promptly broke up four […]

  • SON OF A GUN

    Last month, these Scottish indie-pop pioneers released their first album in two decades, Sex With an X, and if it’s not quite up to the standards of the duo’s delightful late-’80s stuff—well, it doesn’t really have to be: Rounded out by admirers from Belle and Sebastian and the 1990s, the Vaselines are still touring with […]