This past weekend saw the inaugural edition of the Darker Waves festival take over Huntington Beach in Southern California, with New Order and Tears For Fears.
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New Order and Tears For Fears will headline the inaugural edition of the Darker Waves music festival this November in Southern California.
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.
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.
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.
Check out a series of images by concert photographer Jason Zinn of Siouxsie’s very rare live set at the Cruel World festival on Sunday night.
Love and Rockets roared back to life this past weekend at the weather-abbreviated Cruel World festival in Pasadena, California. Check out these photos by Kevin Estrada.
Siouxsie and Iggy Pop will play make-up sets at the site of the Cruel World festival in Pasadena, California, tonight after the festival was evacuated Saturday.
The reunited Love and Rockets took the stage today at the Cruel World festival in Pasadena, California, to perform for the first time in 15 years.
Cruel World’s 2023 edition came to an early and abrupt end tonight in Pasadena, California, as festival organizers were forced to evacuate the crowd.
Siouxsie made her triumphant return to the concert stage for the first time in a decade Wednesday night in Brussels, performing a 17-song set.
Q&A: Daniel Ash on Love and Rockets’ reunion, his new band — and figuring out how to play “So Alive”
Slicing Up Eyeballs spoke to Daniel Ash about the genesis of the Love and Rockets reunion, his new band Ashes and Diamonds, and whether there’s any future for Bauhaus.
Siouxsie today announced she’ll play her first concert in London in more than a decade, expanding to 15 the number of shows she’ll perform this year.