PETER MURPHY Suffers Heart Attack: Remaining NYC Residency shows to be postponed and res
On Friday, shoegaze icons Ride will release their much anticipated new album This Is Not A Safe Place. To hold us over until Friday, the band released the third advance single today called Clouds Of Saint Marie.
This weeks compilation features the latest new releases in synthpop with songs that sound like they would be featured in a soundtrack to a sequel to the Drive motion picture. This features some staples in the genre such as Chromatics and Electric Youth plus some of my favorite new artists Wolfclub and Cannons.
Amidst the success of last years Call The Comet album and subsequent tour, Johnny Marr has released his second single of 2019 titled The Bright Parade.
Earlier this year, Ladytron released a self titled album. One of the singles, Far From Home, is featured on a forthcoming EP titled “Far From Home – Night Versions”.
Factory Records is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary with the release of two special edition box sets titled “Use Hearing Protection: Factory Records 1978-1979” and “Factory Communications: 1978-92”.
Marc Almond has announced a few dates where he will perform Soft Cell tracks as a part of a Sex Cells tour. Sex Cells is an LA based party which is an intersection of art, fashion and music. The tour is labelled as “SIX SEXXXY DAYZ OF PURE DEBAUCHERY”.
This weeks playlist features our favorite songs from the entire catalog of Cold Cave; nearly 20 songs spanning from Love Comes Close to the latest single, Promised Land.
Juliana Hatfield has announced a new album called “Juliana Hatfield sings The Police” which, as you might guess, is an album covering songs from the classic band.
“A Celebration Of Talk Talk and Mark Hollis” concert will feature former band members and special guests
Former members of Talk Talk will perform with special guests at London’s Royal Festival Hall for “A Celebration Of Talk Talk and Mark Hollis”. The concert will take place on November 26.
Berlin release new single, Show Me Tonight, featuring spoken word vocals from ex-boyfriend Richard Blade
Berlin are about to kick off a summer tour with fellow 80’s artists The B-52’s and OMD. In conjunction with the upcoming tour, the band has released a new single called Show Me Tonight. The song has a funky modern Madonna-like vibe to it.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Synthpop and Electronica. Highlighted are brand new Hatchie, off of her much anticipated debut album. New music from Hot Chip and The New Division plus hot off the press new releases from Black Marble and TR/ST and a new track from Lloyd Cole where he channels his inner OMD