Danny Elfman will perform the “From Boingo to Batman to Big Mess and Beyond!” show he debuted at Coachella last year at concerts in Southern California.
Fans have been clamoring for more Love and Rockets reunion dates, and the trio is obliging by adding another show to their short run of concerts.
Love and Rockets’ looming reunion will include more than just the band’s appearance at Cruel World, with four additional concerts announced today.
Cocteau Twins co-founder Robin Guthrie teased on social media this past week that he’s been working with former label 4AD on “several projects.”
Love and Rockets launched a new Instagram account this weekend with an inaugural post that asked fans to “stay tuned for some exciting news.”
Former Oingo Boingo frontman and famed film composer Danny Elfman today debuted his first solo music in 36 years — and first rock music since his band’s 1994 swan song — in the form of “Happy,” a characteristically twisted song he’d meant to debut at his planned performance at this year’s Coachella festival.
The announcement that Danny Elfman would perform a career-spanning set at Coachella had fans buzzing about what Oingo Boingo material he might resurrect, a question still hanging in the air with the Southern California music festival pushed to October over coronavirus concerns. Watch it here.
Former Oingo Boingo frontman and Oscar-nominated film composer Danny Elfman will make a rare concert appearance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April, appearing on a bill toppped by headliners Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott and Frank Ocean. Details right here.
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival unveiled the mammoth lineup for its two-weekend extravaganza this April, a bill that features legendary Talking Heads frontman David Byrne and 164 other musical acts, some whose names are written in really, really small type. Check out the full lineup, people.
With the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in full swing, the event’s organizers continue to upload stellar-quality pro-shot video clips to the fest’s YouTube channel — including this footage of New Order’s 9-minute run through “Temptation” that closed its main set last Sunday night.
New Order’s set from the closing night of the first weekend of the Coachella festival is streaming right now (10:40 p.m. Pacific) on the fest’s YouTube channel. Check out the full performance below. (And if you tune in late, you can scroll backward on the YouTube player and watch from the beginning.)
A representative for Kate Bush this morning is shooting down a widely publicized anecdote in The New Yorker that alleges the Coachella festival turned down a chance to host the stage-shy singer’s first-ever U.S. concert because “no one is going to understand it.”
The New Yorker today published a fascinating profile of Coachella mastermind Paul Tollett that gets into the nuts and bolts of how the massive festival is operated. No detail, though, seems to have caught as much attention as the allegation the festival turned down a chance to host the first-ever U.S. performance by Kate Bush.