Next month sees publication of a new book that delves into the story behind one of David Bowie’s most pivotal albums: his 1980 collection Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps).
The 3 Clubmen, the new act that finds XTC founder Andy Partridge teaming up with Jen Olive and Stu Rowe, debuted its first song, “Aviatrix,” back in April.
Public Image Ltd. this week debuted the third single — the bass-driven “Car Chase” off the band’s upcoming 11th album End of World, which is due out in August.
Johnny Marr sat in with the Pretenders for part of their set at Glastonbury on Saturday, with Dave Grohl joining as well on “Tattooed Love Boys.”
Rick Astley followed up his Glastonbury festival performance Saturday with a “secret” second set, teaming up with the U.K. band Blossoms to play Smiths songs.
As The Cure nears the end of its rapturously received North American tour, it’s finally laid out the rest of its 2023 tour plans: namely a South American tour.
New Order and Tears For Fears will headline the inaugural edition of the Darker Waves music festival this November in Southern California.
Music photographer Kevin Estrada captured David J, Kevin Haskins and Daniel Ash in action once again as Love and Rockets returned to Los Angeles.
Shoegaze titans Slowdive today announced they’ll release their fifth album, Everything Is Alive, this September and it’s preceded by first single “Kisses.”
Al Jourgensen has begun softening up on the subject of Ministry’s earliest work of late, and now is apparently ready to reclaim some of those songs, Taylor Swift-style.
Teresa Taylor, who, as Teresa Nervosa, helped power experimental psych-rock maniacs Butthole Surfers through the 1980s as one of the band’s two drummers, has died.
This week’s releases include new albums from Lloyd Cole and Swans, plus reissues from The Dream Syndicate, Midnight Oil, D.O.A. and more.
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.