The Dream Syndicate will kick off promotion of their next album with a string of performances at the South By Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, this March.
Tears For Fears return this Friday with their first new album in 18 years, and the duo sat down with “CBS Sunday Morning” to discuss the long road to The Tipping Point.
Nikolaos Katranis and Russell Craig Richardson are working on a four-part documentary series on post-punk music, based on Simon Reynolds’ book “Rip It Up and Start Again.”
Midnight Oil released its 13th studio album Resist yesterday, and teased fans with news they’ll announce summer tour dates in North America and Europe next week.
Elvis Costello will head out on tour this summer in support of his brand new album The Boy Named If, a 15-date run that will find him backed by his crack band The Imposters.
The family of Wax Trax! co-founder Jim Nash plans to ask the city of Chicago to designate the famed record shop’s original Lincoln Avenue storefront as a historic landmark.
Kristin Hersh’s trio 50 Foot Wave will release a brand-new, seven-track album called Black Pearl in April, the group’s first new music in six years.
Rudy Tambala of pioneering dreampop act A.R. Kane is teasing live dates in London and elsewhere in the U.K. this spring, promising “A.R. Kane Songs dreampop shows 2022.”
With less than two weeks left before the release of their first new studio album in 18 years, Tears For Fears has just released a music video for “Break the Man,.”
Killing Joke returns next month with its first new music since 2015’s Pylon album, a four-track EP called Lord of Chaos that will feature two new songs.
Nine Inch Nails announced a limited number of U.S. concerts this spring and fall, including a “one night only” hometown gig with special guests Ministry and Nitzer Ebb.
Nick Cave is offering fans a first glimpse at the new film “This Much I Know To Be True,” which will document Cave’s creative partnership with bandmate Warren Ellis.
Last night in Los Angeles, half of late-’80s ska-punk legends Operation Ivy reunited on stage at a benefit concert headlined by The Specials to perform “Sound System.”
The The this week released a new remix of the live version of “Global Eyes” recorded at the Royal Albert Hall for The Comeback Special album and film.