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A team of filmmakers this week debuted the first teaser trailer for “35,000 Watts: The Story of College Radio,”and they’re looking for help funding the project.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this morning announced its Class of 2022 inductees, including Duran Duran, Eurythmics, Pat Benatar, Eminem and more.
Cherry Red Records this summer will release an eight-disc box set that will collect The House of Love’s output from 1989 to 1993.
Metropolis Records next month will reissue the first seven albums by Front Line Assembly spinoff Delerium on 2LP white-vinyl sets and CD.
Cocteau Twins frontwoman Elizabeth Fraser today debuted her first new music in 13 years, the track “Golden Air” from her new project Sun’s Signature.
The reunited Bauhaus has expanded its 2022 touring plans, today announcing two more concerts in Europe and fleshing out the band’s North American tour.
Front 242 canceled a pair of planned concerts in their native country this weekend after Jean-Luc De Meyer was hospitalized.
The House of Love has, at long last, finally rescheduled its COVID-delayed North American tour, announcing an 11-date run in October.
British synthpop pioneers Heaven 17 have re-rescheduled and expanded their first-ever North American tour to this September and October.
Soft Cell are teasing their first new album in 20 years with a version of one of the record’s songs newly reworked by the Pet Shop Boys.
Roxy Music will reunite once more this year, touring for the first time in the decade and playing North American shows for the first time in nearly 20 years.
The Psychedelic Furs today announced another lengthy round of North American tour dates this summer with L.A. punk legends X.
The Dream Syndicate will release their fourth album since reuniting this June, and you can get the first taste of the band’s new music via “Where I’ll Stand.”
The reunited Bauhaus this morning released their first new music in 14 years, a single put together during the COVID-19 lockdown.