The House Of Love have announced their first North American tour since 1992 in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their debut album
On Christmas morning, Nick Cave announced that his 2018 concert film “Distant Sky” would be released in it’s entirety on YouTube for his fans to stream for free
The original members of Bauhaus reunited to perform a few shows in 2019. Today, the iconic band announced two new shows for 2020 in historic venues. The band will be playing Radio City Music Hall in New York on June 26 and at the Alexandra Palace in London on April 8.
In an interview with CrypticRock.com, Jim Reid from The Jesus & Mary Chain talked about a new record they are recording.
Alanis Morissette is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill with a world tour featuring a great lineup of Garbage and Liz Phair.
After ten hard-fought years in the music industry, The Joy Formidable are fearless. Stripping back to an unplugged trio for their current tour, the band turned down the cacophonous wave of soaring guitar riffs and sledgehammer drumming that has made them a favourite of Dave Grohl and treated a lucky few to a master class in songwriting and stage banter. Pulling songs from all four studio albums, the band displayed finesse and humor throughout the evening.
On the anniversary of the release of Floodland, The Sisters Of Mercy have announced 4 concert dates for the UK in March 2020
David Gray has announced a 20th anniversary edition of his famed album White Ladder plus a world tour celebrating the anniversary.
OMD has announced two live albums from the upcoming 40th Anniversary Souvenir / Greatest Hits tour.
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.
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.