Violent Femmes have released the first single for their forthcoming album Hotel Last Resort due out on July 26. The single is the title track and it features Tom Verlaine from Television.
In a tweet earlier today, The Cure have announced that they will be playing this years Austin City Limits Music Festival in October. This is the first North American tour date that they have announced so far.
Live Nation is offering concert tickets for select shows for a low price of $20 during May 1 through May 7. They are calling it National Concert Week
Host Brenna Cavanaugh brings you her weekly review where she goes over the latest new music in the genres of Shoegaze, dreampop and related genres. This weeks show focuses on the shoegaze scene in Chicago.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Post Punk. This features a few familiar names such as Cold Cave, Drab Majesty and The Present Moment plus some new bands to check out like Kuta and Twin Tribes. This is a great collection of dark and moody post punk gems.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending April 26, 2019.
Parlaphone Records will be releasing a box set featuring previously unreleased David Bowie albums. The box set titled The Mercury Demos will be released on June 28.
Welcome to the debut episode of Nocturne News. Hosts Nyq and Cass bring you a weekly show featuring the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of their critically acclaimed Tiger Bay album, Saint Etienne is releasing a limited edition box set on May 17th.
On June 21, Prince’s estate will released an album of previously unreleased material called Originals. This album includes recordings taken from his historic vault and consists of songs that he originally penned for the likes of The Time, Apollonia 6, Vanity 6, Shiela E, Martika and more.
Film School traditionally takes a lot of time between release. No longer. Less than a year after their last album, Bright To Death, they have already created a new single called Go (But Not Too Far). For those unfamiliar, this sounds like a gazier version of Interpol.
The results are in and How Soon Is Now from The Smiths has defeated New Order’s 1963 in the final game. While people don’t typically think of the song as a B-side, it was in fact featured as such before making it’s first album appearance.