Pulp appear in The Face magazine
His name is Jarvis, his band is Pulp and he just might be the pop star to surface from the indie world's jingle-jangle Jacuzzi. Can this man bubble up better than Brett?
Suede appear on the cover of VOX magazine
3rd March 1994
Shed Seven head out on a short tour supporting Compulsion at the Chelmsford Army & Navy Club
5th March 1994
Blur appear on the Cover of the NME
7th March 1994
Blur release single Girls and Boys, reaching number 5 in the charts. It had its first radio play on the Evening Session on Radio 1.
Blur Girls and Boys
7th March 1994
Shed Seven release first single Mark / Casino Girl (double A side) before embarking on another support tour, this time with Inspiral Carpets.
10th March 1994
Sleeper play the Army & Navy in Chelmsford; My life story are supported by Salad at London’s 100 Club and St Etienne begin a tour at Leicester De Montfort University.
12th March 1994
Kurt Cobain appears on the cover of the NME “Is this the end?”.
NME Curt Cobain
14th March 1994
Blur perform girls and boys on Top of the Pops.
18th March 1994
Oasis make the TV debut on Channel 4’s The Word.
Oasis The Word
Hotly tipped London band Tiny Monroe play The Garage in Highbury.
21st March 1994
Pulp release singe Do you remember the first time, reaching number 33 in the charts.
Pulp - Do You Remember The First Time
22nd March 1994
Appearing at long-running London indie night Feet First are Salad and Huge Baby.
24th March 1994
Oasis headline their biggest London gig to date, with a triumphant set at the legendary 100 Club. Support comes from Scottish band Whiteout
NME review - At times tonight Oasis assume the mantle of Best Live Band in the Country with joyous, arrogant Mancunian confidence. They may never be this good again and they may have never been this good before but, four rows from the front, they sound like the most astute, important signing Alan McGee has made since Ride.
Oasis and Whiteout ticket
March 25th 1994
Echobelly, Gene and These Animal Men play the Islington Powerhaus.
28th March 1994
Primal Scream release album Give out but don’t give up, reaching Number 2 in the charts.
Primal Scream record sleeve
30th March 1994
Primal Scream with support from These Animal Men play the Manchester Academy.