The jaw-drooping lineup of May’s Cruel World festival was unveiled this week, and we’re thrilled to announce we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away.
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The Cruel World festival will return to Southern California in 2023, promoters announced today, with a lineup that includes Siouxsie, Love and Rockets and more.
New Wave icon Adam Ant still has five dates left on his current U.S. tour performing his 1982 post-Ants solo debut Friend or Foe, but he’s already announcing plans for a second American leg of that tour, a 16-date run next April and May that will focus on the western states. See full dates right here.
The list of artists who are believed to have lost tapes in the 2008 fire that destroyed a Universal Music Group warehouse at Universal Studios in Los Angeles includes R.E.M., Sonic Youth, The Damned, The Police, Squeeze, The Dream Syndicate, Oingo Boingo, Suzanne Vega, Adam Ant, Joe Jackson and more.
New Wave icon Adam Ant today announced he’ll return to the U.S. this September for a month-long tour during which he’ll perform his 1982 post-Ants solo debut Friend or Foe — which bore the hit title track and “Goody Two-Shoes” and “Desperate But Not Serious” — each night. See full dates right here.
New Wave icon Adam Ant today announced he’ll return to the U.S. this September with the 16-date Anthems: The Singles Tour, which, the title suggests, would include performances of some of his best known songs. The U.S. run follows U.K. dates in May. Tickets for all shows go on sale later this week.
Blondie, Adam Ant, The Psychedelic Furs, The Fixx and Berlin are set to perform at Los Angeles radio station 93.1 Jack FM’s big “Flashback” concert this fall at The Theatre at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. A portion of ticket proceeds from the Sept. 21 show will go to Talk About Curing Autism.
With Adam Ant’s massive 43-date North American tour set to open tonight in San Diego, the New Wave icon stopped by “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” last night to play “Vince Taylor”— off his first album in 18 years — on the air, and then threw in a performance of “Goody Two Shoes” as a web-only exclusive.
With his first new album in 18 years now out, New Wave icon Adam Ant will return to North America this summer for an epic tour that will see him perform 37 dates across North America over a two-month span — even venturing over to Hawaii. The tour follows his first visit here in 16 years last fall.
New Wave star Adam Ant’s comeback continues this spring with the release of a documentary titled “The Blue Black Hussar,” which promises to chronicle the singer’s “brave return from exile” following a mental breakdown. Above, you can check out a short trailer for the film (via Louder Than War).
This week’s new releases include brand-new studio albums from Adam Ant, Camper Van Beethoven and Bad Religion, plus reissues of a pair of Jesus and Mary Chain comps on vinyl, a new best-of from The Pogues, and a belated commercial release of a film score released last year by The The.
Today we count down our readers votes’ for the Top 10 songs of the year from ’80s alternative artists, and the countdown for 2012 includes tracks released this past year by Depeche Mode, Paul Westerberg, Public Image Ltd., Dead Can Dance, Dinosaur Jr, Bob Mould, Adam Ant and more.
We finish out the Slicing Up Eyeballs Readers Poll 2012 by counting down your picks for the Top 10 live acts of the year, a list that includes The Jesus and Mary Chain, Peter Murphy, Dead Can Dance, The Fixx, The Cure, Bob Mould, Adam Ant, Duran Duran, New Order and Swans.