This week Brenna features the bands from this years Kalamashoegazer festival.
Hosts Nyq and Cass discuss the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene.
Two weeks ago we debuted the new single from The Ocean Blue, Kings And Queens, off their forthcoming album “Kings And Queens / Knaves And Thieves”. Today, we are treated with a video for the second single called All The Way Blue. This is a clear example of a band that went away for a…
U2 has confirmed that they will play shows in New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Singapore and South Korea in late 2019. This will be a continuation of the 2017 Joshua Tree tour and marks the first time ever that the band will appear in Singapore in South Korea. Presales for the show will begin on June…
With all of the recent commotion about the Chromatics tour, fellow Drive-era artist Electric Youth decided to join the party with their first new single off of the forthcoming album, Memory Emotion, due out on August 9.
While The Cure is just finishing off their Disintegration stint in Australia, it was announced that a film titled “The Cure Anniversary – 1978-2018 – Live In Hyde Park London” will be shown in theaters around the world on July 11
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in synthpop and electronica. This features the return of many familiar names such as White Lies, Johnny Marr, Editors, The Ocean Blue and Bananarama.
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.
The much anticipated 30th Anniversary Disintegration tour made it’s start with a 4 day run at the Sydney Opera House in Australia. The show was a treat for all hard core fans of The Cure. Not only did they get to hear Disintegration in it’s entirety, but The Cure surprised the crowd with an encore of b-sides and rarities, playing all of the b-sides from the Disintegration era.
Bitter Sweet Gesture : Rolling Stones grant full publishing rights to Bitter Sweet Symphony to The Verve
One of the marquee songs from The Verve (and of the Brit Pop era in general), Bitter Sweet Symphony, is a song with legal controversy. It was determined that the song was based on the Rolling Stones song The Last Time. The Verve had originally received permission to sample the song but were sued by the Rolling Stones manager claiming that they used more of the song than was agreed upon.
I had the opportunity to see one of my favorite bands play my favorite of their albums from start to finish on it’s 30th anniversary; Starfish – by the Church. The Church, a mystical indie band from down under; known well for the imagery layered under lush guitars and stand out riffs, absolutely met the expectation of a one of a kind, dreamlike experience.