A photography exhibit titled “To Morrissey, With Love” opens today at the Elham Art Gallery in the city of Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates.
The former Sneaker Pimps leading lady, Kelli Ali, has released a new single called Sadistic.
Alanis Morissette is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill with a world tour featuring a great lineup of Garbage and Liz Phair.
The Cure have announced a limited edition Seventeen Seconds 2020 calendar to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the landmark record
Every year, Matthew Lineham amazes us with his new wave Christmas ornaments. This year, he has released a branch new batch featuring Sisters Of Mercy, New Order, Freddy Mercury, Tears For Fears, Johnny Marr, The Police, The Eurythmics and more.
Just as we were finalizing our year end Best Of playlists, the Chicago synth band EchoDroides released a new EP called In Shadows that is causing us to rearrange our top 25. In Shadows is a 5 song EP that packs a strong synth punch. There sound lies somewhere in between the melodic vocals of Depeche Mode and the dark full sound of Gary Numan.
According to several Morrissey fan sites, the artist is scheduled to release his next album of original material called I Am Not A Dog On A Chain in March 2020
The Toronto synthwave band, Honey Beard, have just released a brand new EP called Whispers Of Light that has blown our socks off.
The Swedish twee pop group, Club 8, have returned with their first new single since last years Golden Island album. The track is called The Hospital and the band seems to have abandoned their traditional twee sound in favor of a more aggressive synth sound similar to Ladytron.
U2 have released their first new single since their 2017 album Songs Of Experience. The song is a peace anthem called Ahimsa and it features the Indian musician AR Rahmen.
The Australian muse Hatchie has released a new single and video for Her Own Heart off her debut album Keepsake. For those unfamiliar with Hatchie, imagine a combination of The Sundays and Cocteau Twins
Singer Krissy Vanderwoude has been very busy these days. Within the last few months, she has released a new album with her band Whimsical and contributed guest vocals on the latest album from Black Swan Lane. Now, she has teamed up with The Churchhill Garden to cover one of their favorite songs from The Cure – Halo.