The concert film/documentary “New Order: Decades” — chronicling the group’s “So It Goes…” synth-orchestra collaboration with artist Liam Gillick — was broadcast last month on the U.K.’s Sky Arts television network, and finally has surfaced online for the rest of the world to see. Watch it right here.
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A new hybrid concert film/documentary called “New Order: Decades” that chronicles the legendary band’s “So It Goes…” synth-orchestra collaboration with artist Liam Gillick will be broadcast on the U.K.’s Sky Arts network on Sept. 22. The film includes performance footage of the concert as well.
New Order this morning revealed plans for a short North American tour around two previously announced headlining slots at U.S. festivals, saying the band will be “visiting cities they haven’t played in quite some time,” including a pair of shows on the Hawaiian islands of Oahu and Maui. See full dates here.
New Order has lined up a second U.S. festival appearance this year, with plans to follow up its headlining set at the inaugural InCuya Music Festival in Cleveland this August with another headlining appearance, this time at the Music Tastes Good Festival in Long Beach, Calif. Get the full details here.
New Order will join The Avett Brothers, SZA and Awolnation as headliners of the inaugural InCuya Music Festival in downtown Cleveland this August, a brand-new, two-day event that’s being put on by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and promoter AEG Presents. Full details right here.
For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we offer up this fantastic hour-long set by New Order that was filmed at a Belgian club in late 1985 for TV broadcast — and it’s been synced up with audio remastered by The Analog Loyalist (who you may remember for coming up with this New Order treasure).
Peter Hook & The Light will continue their march through New Order’s back catalog, moving on to full-album performances of the band’s 1989 album Technique and its 1993 follow-up Republic at a trio of just-announced U.K. concerts this September. Get the full details and tour dates right here,
Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. This week’s titles include a new live album from New Order and a B-sides collection from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark,
Today we unveil the results of Round 5 of our Slicing Up Eyeballs readers’ poll series, a ranking of all 157 songs released by electronic-rock pioneers New Order, from their emergence in 1981 from the ashes of Joy Division up through the current post-Peter Hook era. Check out the full list right here.
Now that we’ve revealed the results of our latest Slicing Up Eyeballs readers poll — one that ranks all 157 songs recorded by New Order — it’s only natural we’d throw together a Spotify playlist of the ranked countdown. Well, minus the 46 songs (largely B-sides and other non-album obscurities) that aren’t on the streaming service.
We’re back with the fifth installment of our ongoing readers poll series, bowing to popular demand that we ask you, the readers of Slicing Up Eyeballs, to help us rank every song released by New Order over the pioneering electronic-rock group’s 37-year lifespan. You may vote for up to 25 of your favorite songs.
New Order today announced that it has reached a “full and final settlement” to end the band’s long-running legal disputes with its former bassist Peter Hook over the ongoing royalties Hook has received since 2011 and his own use of “various New Order and Joy Division assets.” Read New Order’s full statement.
The concert, New Order’s first in Chicago, has become the stuff of legend: At the end of a scorching late-June day in 1983, the band takes the stage at the Cabaret Metro, where a packed crowd drives the on-stage temperature to nearly unbearable heights, knocking out power on-stage mid-set.
Peter Hook & The Light this week announced a 28-date North American tour for the spring of 2018, a trek that once again will see the band performing Joy Division’s and New Order’s classic Substance compilation albums in their entireties each night. See full dates here.