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.”
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark returns today with the title track off of the group’s forthcoming 14th studio album, Bauhaus Staircase.
This week’s new releases include vinyl reissues from R.E.M., Catherine Wheel, The Stone Roses and The Ocean Blue, plus a new album from The B-52s’ Cindy Wilson.
Talking Heads will appear at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 11 for the premiere of A24’s new 4K restoration of “Stop Making Sense.”
Members of The Call have assembled in a California recording studio to finish unreleased material from the band’s vaults for an album called The Lost Tapes.
Scott McCaughey and Peter Buck seemingly have been joined at the musical hip since McCaughey started his tenure as a R.E.M. sideman in the mid-’90s.
This week’s new releases include an expanded vinyl reissue of Talking Heads’ “Stop Making Sense,” plus reissues of music by Joe Strummer, Erasure, Ministry and more.
The Cult’s Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Death Cult with a special one-off U.S. performance in Los Angeles this fall followed by a dozen dates in the U.K. and Ireland.
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.
Modern English stopped by Seattle’s KEXP radio station back in June to perform a five-song set that included four tracks earmarked for the band’s next album 1234.
Today’s episode of “CBS Sunday Morning” included a segment on Depeche Mode, with bandmembers Dave Gahan and Martin Gore discussing the loss of Andy Fletcher, their latest album Memento Mori and more.
The “Celebrating David Bowie” tour already has been rescheduled once after Peter Murphy underwent “an unexpected medical procedure,” and now he’s out altogether.
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.