Tag: Gary Numan

Listen: Gary Numan debuts ‘My Name is Ruin’ — first single off new album ‘Savage’

Listen: Gary Numan debuts ‘My Name is Ruin’ — first single off new album ‘Savage’

Gary Numan today officially announced the release of his first new album in four years, the 10-track Savage (Songs From a Broken World), which will be released Sept. 15, and is preceded by the debut of first single “My Name is Ruin” — which you can stream in its entirety right here.

Gary Numan announces North American tour this fall in support of new album ‘Savage’

Gary Numan announces North American tour this fall in support of new album ‘Savage’

Gary Numan is set to release a new studio album titled Savage later this summer, and today he unveiled plans for a 22-date North American tour in support of the record this November and December. Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday, according to Numan. See full dates here.

Gary Numan delivers glitchy VHS-inspired video for ‘Splinter’ single ‘I Am Dust’

Gary Numan delivers glitchy VHS-inspired video for ‘Splinter’ single ‘I Am Dust’

Gary Numan’s just about done with this North American tour to promote last year’s Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind), but he’s still found time to slip out a new music video for the record’s “I Am Dust” — an effects-heavy clip that’s meant to recall the glitchy old days of VHS tapes with tracking problems.

Watch Gary Numan dig into ‘Splinter,’ rev up ‘Cars’ for Amoeba Music in-store

Watch Gary Numan dig into ‘Splinter,’ rev up ‘Cars’ for Amoeba Music in-store

Back on Oct. 16, Gary Numan dropped by Amoeba Music in Hollywood during his U.S. tour to plan an in-store set, video from which the independent record giant has just posted. ere, you can see Numan and his band perform two tracks off last year’s Splinter as well as his smash “Cars.”

Gary Numan announces 21-date North American tour, first-ever SXSW appearance

Gary Numan announces 21-date North American tour, first-ever SXSW appearance

After two short runs of U.S. dates this past fall, synth pioneer Gary Numan will return to North America next spring for a broader, 21-date tour in support of his just-released album Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind) — a trek that will include his first-ever performance at the South By Southwest Music Conference.

New releases: Kitchens of Distinction, Gary Numan, Dean Wareham, The Chills, John Foxx, ZTT

New releases: Kitchens of Distinction, Gary Numan, Dean Wareham, The Chills, John Foxx, ZTT

This week’s new releases include brand-new studio albums from Kitchens of Distinction, Gary Numan and Galaxie 500’s Dean Wareham, plus live set from The Chills and John Foxx and The Maths, and a compilation of 30 years’ worth of material from Trevor Horn’s electro-pop label ZTT Records.

Video: Gary Numan cranks up the guitars in 30-minute KEXP set at Bumbershoot

Video: Gary Numan cranks up the guitars in 30-minute KEXP set at Bumbershoot

KEXP continues to post stellar video filmed at its Bumbershoot Music Lounge during the Seattle music festival, this time coming up with a 30-minute set from Gary Numan. As you can see here, Numan plugs in for a trio of songs from his new album, plus a couple tracks from the early 2000s and his classic “Cars.”

Stream: Gary Numan, ‘Love Hurt Bleed’ — off ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’

Stream: Gary Numan, ‘Love Hurt Bleed’ — off ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’

In three weeks, Gary Numan both will release his first album of new material in seven years — Splinter (Songs From a Broken Mind) — and return to the road in the U.S. for his second round of dates in as many months. To get fans prepped, he released a new single off Splinter this week.

Stream: Gary Numan, ‘I Am Dust’ — off ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’

Stream: Gary Numan, ‘I Am Dust’ — off ‘Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)’

Gary Numan this week debuted the first single off his long-in-the-works album Splinter — his first studio album in seven years, which has now received an added parenthetical (Songs From a Broken Mind) to its title — in advance of his upcoming U.S tour and dates with Nine Inch Nails.

Gary Numan expands North American tour, will open for Nine Inch Nails in Florida

Synth pioneer Gary Numan has expanded what was to be a very short run of West Coast dates in late summer by adding concerts in the Eastern U.S. this October leading up to a pair of opening slots on Nine Inch Nails’ fall arena tour in October. All told, Numan is now planning 13 North American shows through Oct. 31.

Gary Numan announces short U.S. tour: 6 West Coast shows set for late summer

Gary Numan announces short U.S. tour: 6 West Coast shows set for late summer

Gary Numan will return to U.S. shores late this summer for a very short run of concerts on the West Coast, performing at the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle in late August and, while he’s here, playing shows in California and Oregon as well. The tour opens Aug. 28 in Sacramento.

New releases: R.E.M., The Fall, Primal Scream, Love and Rockets, Devo, Breeders, Talking Heads

New releases: R.E.M., The Fall, Primal Scream, Love and Rockets, Devo, Breeders, Talking Heads

This week’s new releases including expanded reissues of R.E.M.’s ‘Green’ and The Breeders’ ‘Last Splash,’ new studio albums from The Fall and Primal Scream), five-disc box sets from Love and Rockets and Gary Numan, a vintage Devo live album, a Talking Heads vinyl reissue and a budget Simple Minds best-of.

New releases: Paul Weller, Gary Numan, UK Decay, Peter Hook, The Monochrome Set

New releases: Paul Weller, Gary Numan, UK Decay, Peter Hook, The Monochrome Set

This week’s new releases include a brand-new two-track single from Paul Weller (“Flame-Out! b/w “The Olde Original”), the first album since 1981 from UK Decay, a remix collection from Gary Numan and live albums both new and old from Peter Hook & The Light and The Monochrome Set.

Beggars Archive launches new ‘5 Albums’ box sets with Love and Rockets, Gary Numan

Beggars Archive launches new ‘5 Albums’ box sets with Love and Rockets, Gary Numan

Starting with collections from Love and Rockets and Gary Numan, Beggars Banquet this spring will launch a new series of five-album catalog box sets designed to help keep “slower selling titles” in print, an effort the label acknowledges “may be the last chance to present the albums as physical releases in the foreseeable future.”