The 2006 best-of celebrating Manchester supergroup Electronic — featuring New Order’s Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr of The Smiths — will be reissued next month.
The Ocean Blue this month will reissue their self-released fifth album — the 13-song Davy Jones’ Locker, originally released in 1999 — and have just made a new music video.
The Cure will mark the 30th anniversary of the band’s 1993 live album Show, recorded on the Wish tour, with a new 2LP black-vinyl reissue this September.
Talking Heads concert film “Stop Making Sense” is getting a new worldwide 4K theatrical release and an accompanying expanded reissue.
Greg Dulli’s post-Afghan Whigs project The Twilight Singers — mothballed since the Whigs’ resurrection in 2011 — will release a 13-piece vinyl box set this October.
Depeche Mode continues its series of deluxe box sets collecting 12-inches for each album with a new collection centered around 2009’s Sounds of the Universe.
The output of Fun Boy Three — formed by Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and Neville Staple after they left The Specials — will be collected in a new 5CD/DVD box set.
Fire Records this October will release a remastered, remixed and expanded 2LP vinyl reissue of New Zealand indie-pop legends The Chills’ long-out-of-print 1987 debut Brave Words.
Craft Recordings this summer will reissue two of R.E.M.’s out-of-print latter-era albums on heavyweight audiophile vinyl in both black and color pressings.
The long-running XTC audiophile reissue series continues this month with the first vinyl release in decades of the band’s second album Go2.
The Dream Syndicate’s 1982 debut album The Days of Wine and Roses will receive a 40th anniversary reissue this summer in the form of 4-disc, 54-track collection.
Pet Shop Boys will collect 55 of their singles released between 1985 and 2020 in a new collection that spreads the tracks across either six vinyl LPs or three CDs.
David Byrne slipped back into the Big Suit in a fun promo for A24’s upcoming rerelease of Jonathan Demme’s Talking Heads concert film “Stop Making Sense.”