This week’s new releases include “One More Time With Feeling,” the documentary about the making of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ 2016 album ‘Skeleton Tree,’ plus a new 4CD box set collecting expanded editions of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry’s first four albums, and a brand-new studio album from Men at Work’s Colin Hay.
Tag: Men at Work
Men at Work frontman and singer-songwriter Colin Hay returns next week with Next Year People, his 12th solo album and first in nearly four years, a 12-song collection “full of quizzical, curious and cynical, yet open-hearted, songs” that we’re thrilled to premiere today at Slicing Up Eyeballs. Stream the full record here.
Take a trip back to the 1983 installment of the US Festival — a four-day event over Memorial Day Weekend that year that drew an alleged 670,000 music fans into the middle of nowhere in California — with this 90-minute collection of footage from the fest’s “New Wave Day,” featuring performances by The Clash, INXS, Oingo Boingo, The English Beat and more.
This week’s round-up of Slicing Up Eyeballs headlines includes news about The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Cure, Ride, Public Image Ltd., Men at Work’s Greg Ham, Devo, Squeeze, Paul Weller, The English Beat, Ultravox, The Primitives, Translator and much more.
Our latest link round-up features sad news about Men at Work’s Greg Ham, who was found dead today in his Australian home, plus a 1990 interview with Mark E. Smith about his record collection, a chat with Lee Ranaldo about the future of Sonic Youth, and a webstream of the new electronic Dinosaur Jr project.
This week’s new releases include reissues of four late-’90s, early-’00s Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds titles, The Charlatans’ ‘Us and Us Only’ and The Icicle Works’ ‘The Small Price of a Bicycle’; plus new albums by Transvision Vamp’s Wendy James and Men at Work’s Colin Hay.