This week sees the release of an archival Love and Rockets albums and two reissues, a new album by The Dead Milkmen, and reissues of Tears For Fears, Josef K and more.
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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.
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.
Love and Rockets will now open and close their wildly anticipated U.S. reunion tour in the Los Angeles area, on June 20 at the Theatre at Ace Hotel.
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.
The Beggars Arkive label continues its Love and Rockets reissue series with a new compilation called My Dark Twin that’s being billed as a companion to Sweet F.A.
Love and Rockets’ reunion grew significantly with the announcement of 10 more U.S. concerts, upping the trio’s total number of planned performances to 16.
Beggars Arkive this week announced the reissue of Love and Rockets’ first six albums on remastered vinyl as well as The Albums 1985-1996 colored-vinyl box set.
With the Bauhaus reunion sidelined by COVID-19, guitarist Daniel Ash found plenty of time in 2020 to focus on a new album by his new band — a trio called Ashes and Diamonds — with plans to release the record later this year, he announced in a podcast interview Monday. More details here.
For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we present one of the more rare YouTube finds: video footage of a full performance by Love and Rockets. This is a nine-song festival set filmed in Santiago, Chile, in 1996 as the band was touring in support of that year’s Sweet F.A. album — and previewing material that would end up on Lift.