Gary Numan next month will release ‘Big Noise Transmission,’ a live document of a concert recorded at the HMV Ritz in Manchester, England, last December that will arrive in three formats: a 2CD set, a 20-song PAL format DVD and a limited collectors’ edition featuring the 2CD set and a hardbound photo book.
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Gary Numan today announced the release of a retrospective DVD entitled ‘Machine Music: The Best of Gary Numan’ that will collect his music videos and some TV appearances from throughout his career — and which will be accompanied by a 12-date tour of the U.K. and Ireland late this spring.
Gary Numan released his latest album, Dead Son Rising, via his website back in September, but it’s just getting a physical release in the U.S. this week — and to promote it, our friends at Consequence of Sound are streaming the full record, which you can hear right here.
This week’s new releases include ‘Bestival Live 2011,’ a new 2CD concert album from The Cure, plus the box set Elvis Costello doesn’t want you to buy, a collection of early Cramps singles, three Meat Puppets reissues and domestic CD releases of recent sets from Peter Murphy, Gary Numan and The Dead Milkmen.
This week’s link round-up includes a podcast featuring vintage tape of John Peel interviewing the Pixies’ Black Francis, news of The Stone Roses’ upcoming biography, an interview with director Peter Care about the making of R.E.M.’s iconic ‘Drive’ video and a Q&A with Gary Numan about his new album ‘Dead Son Rising.’
Synthpop luminary Gary Numan this week released the first music video off his new album ‘Dead Son Rising,’ a moody, FX-laden clip to accompany first single “The Fall,” which can be viewed here. A free download of an edit of the track also is available.
This week’s new releases include new albums from Gary Numan (‘Dead Son Rising’) and Blondie (‘Panic of Girls’), plus reissue from the Art of Noise (‘Who’s Afraid of the Art of Noise’) and The Raincoats (‘Odyshape’), plus the first-ever DVD release of Sonic Youth’s ‘1991: The Year Punk Broke.’
Today we get another glimpse of synth pioneer Gary Numan’s upcoming album ‘Dead Son Rising’ thanks to The Quietus, which posted the track ‘Dead Sun Rising’ — and yes, that’s not a typo. Numan says, “I do appreciate that it’s a little bit confusing — I’m waiting for all the e-mails to come in saying ‘there’s a misprint on the album.'”
Gary Numan is set to release a new album called ‘Dead Son Rising’ this September that will feature ‘a mixture of new songs, instrumental tracks and specially commissioned remixes’ that he will sell exclusively through his website and on a just-announced seven-date U.K. tour.