Showtime will air a documentary about our beloved New Order on the Showtime network starting November 8. Produced and directed by Mike Christie, the film will document the group during their series of shows at the Manchester International Festival that took place last June.
On this day (October 7, 1979) in history, Factory Records released the debut single for Joy Division – Transmission as a 7″ vinyl single.
Due to high demand, a-Ha is extending it’s European Hunting High And LowI tour to the fall of 2020. They will be adding additional dates in the near future. They have also announced that they will return to the USA for the first time in 10 years
Berlin is currently on tour with OMD and B52’s. Last night, the band performed in Washington DC and they were joined on stage by their good friend Thomas Dolby. Together, they played a surprise performance of Depeche Mode’s Never Let Me Down Again.
It appears that the rumored Depeche Mode documentary slated for Netflix might be making it’s way to movie theaters across the US. Titled “Spirits In The Forest”, the film description is as follows:
Synthpop icons Pet Shop Boys performed a concert in London last night at Hyde Park. The concert was broadcast live on BBC4 TV and on BBC Radio. The concert featured 14 songs consisting of hits from their entire catalog.
Today, we all learned the sad news of the passing of The Cars frontman, Ric Ocasek. He was found in his NYC townhouse, but the cause of death has not yet been determined. Earlier this year, we created a playlist celebrating the music of The Cars. We have made a lot of similar playlists over the years, but this one remains one of our most cherished.
This weeks playlist features our favorite songs from the entire catalog of OMD
Pet Shop Boys have announced 7 UK shows for their first ever greatest hits tour. The band has also unveiled a new single called “Dreamland” which features Olly Alexandar from the band Years & Years.
OMD have released a track called Liberator. It was a song that Andy worked on in the late 80’s and was intended to be the title track to the Liberator album that was released in 1983.
Members of Bauhaus have been busy on social media today promoting a show featuring Peter Murphy, Dainel Ash, Kevin Haskins and David J that will take place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on November 3
Last night, the amazing Sinead O’Connor appeared on The Late Late Show with host Ryan Tubridy. She treated the audience to a tear inducing performance of Nothing Compares 2 U.