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This past weekend saw the inaugural edition of the Darker Waves festival take over Huntington Beach in Southern California, with New Order and Tears For Fears.
Simon Price’s new 448-page “Curepedia: The A-Z of The Cure” will be published in the U.S. next month, and we’re thrilled to be able to give away free copies.
Matt Johnson is taking The The back out on the road next year for the first time since the band’s 2018 comeback tour, today announcing four concerts in the U.K.
Porno For Pyros had been set to embark on its first tour in 25 years in just over a week, but the band today announced it will delay that trek by “a few months.”
This week’s new releases include reissues from Electronic, XTC, Green Day and Duran Duran, plus a new installment of the Jeffrey Lee Pierce tribute series.
R.E.M.’s reissue campaign celebrating the 25th anniversaries of the its albums continues with the expanded reissue of Up, the band’s first post-Bill Berry album.
This week’s new releases include reissues of The Replacements and The Breeders, a new Teenage Fanclub record, a collection of Devo rarities and more.
New Order will reissue its era-defining compilation Substance 1987 this fall on double LP, double cassette and a 4CD expanded edition.
This week’s new releases include a vinyl reissue of The Cure’s “Show” live album, plus new records from Kristin Hersh and Rain Parade, and a deluxe Folk Implosion reissue.
Duran Duran today announced their new album Danse Macabre, a Halloween-inspired collection that includes three new songs and covers.
This week sees the release of a new album from Slowdive, a Nick Cave live set, a Belinda Carlisle box set, a live album from Missing Persons, and a Love Tractor reissue.
The Church next month will issue an expanded version of the band’s 26th studio album The Hypnogogue as the Australian rock legends return to the U.S. this fall.
The Replacements’ 1985 major-label debut Tim is getting a 4CD/1LP boxed-set reissue this fall that’s loaded with bonus material, including a “cello version” of “Can’t Hardly Wait.”