Love and Rockets will now end the comeback tour they launched at the Cruel World festival last month with a three-night stand in Los Angeles.
Kristin Hersh this September will put out her first solo record since 2018, a collection called Clear Pond Road that is preceded by the gorgeous single “Dandelion.”
This week sees the release of new box sets celebrating The Teardrop Explodes and Chapterhouse, plus new albums from Tommy Stinson and Cowboy Junkies.
The Sisters of Mercy played two shows at the Hollywood Palladium this month as part of the band’s first U.S. tour in 15 years. Here are photos from Kevin Estrada.
The Pretenders will release their 14th studio album later this summer, and Chrissie Hynde and Co. are previewing the set with first single “Let the Sun Come In.”
Concert photographer Kevin Estrada, fresh off chronicling Love and Rockets’ live return at the Cruel World festival, documented The Cure’s second Hollywood Bowl concert.
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.
The Dead Milkmen this week released the second single off their first new album in nearly a decade, “Philadelphia Femdom,” a song the band calls a “BDSM nightmare.”
Terri Nunn popped up Tuesday night for the first song of the encore at The Sisters of Mercy’s second concert in eight days at the Hollywood Palladium.
A pair of authors are promising the first critical biography of The B-52s with their just-published new book on the iconic New Wave rockers.
Matador Records today announced that the tastemaking independent label will now oversee the early catalog of the Butthole Surfers.
Depeche Mode today released the second music video for a track off the band’s 15th studio album Memento Mori, a black-and-white clip for the song “Wagging Tongue.”
The Cure opened its three-night stand at the famed Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Tuesday night by debuting another new song: “Another Happy Birthday.”