Today, Drab Majesty has released the second single Long Division. This time, they have taken their sound to the next level. While picking their best song might be like asking you to choose between cookies and cake, if forced to choose…Long Division might very well be the answer
Terri Nunn and Berlin are back with a brand new single called Transendance, which is also the title track of a forthcoming album due out in August. The band is keeping busy in the meantime as they are out on the road touring with The B-52’s and OMD.
This weeks playlist features our favorite songs from the entire catalog of Garbage. It includes 40 songs including singles, album tracks and b-sides.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending May 17, 2019.
After over 25 years, Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit, otherwise known as Shakespears Sister, have reunited to release the single All The Queens Horses. The band formed in 1988 after Siobhan Fahey left Bananarama.
On June 21, The Ocean Blue will release their first new album in six years called Kings And Queens / Knaves and Thieves. The first single is called Kings And Queens and the video debuted yesterday.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending May 10, 2019.
Hosts Nyq and Cass bring you a bi-weekly show featuring the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene. This is a great way to hear some new tunes, find out who is on tour, and catch up on any news you might have missed.
The Seattle band Alpha Six Romeo has just released their second studio album called The Cut Of Her Jib. While these lads reside in the US, they have a style reminiscent of many 80s Brit favorites including Echo & The Bunnymen and Flesh For Lulu.
Strangeways Radio has exhaustively compiled the best Brit Pop tracks in one great playlist for your listening pleasure.
One of our favorite synthpop bands these days may be one that’s not getting enough attention. Mint Julep is a project featuring husband and wife duo Keith and Hollie Kenniff. They continue to put out amazing synthpop albums and singles that will appeal to fans of bands like Chromatics.
R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe performed as the opening act at a Patti Smith concert that took place at the newly reopened Webster Hall. In his brief 15 minute set, he performed two new songs – Your Capricious Soul and Drive To The Ocean.