Nick Rhodes and Wendy Bevan (Photo by Radka Leitmeritz)
Duran Duran synthesist Nick Rhodes and violinest Wendy Bevan team for Astronomia I: The Fall of Saturn, the first of four albums to be released on equinox or solstice days throughout 2021.
Nick’s own Tape Modern published the ambient instrumental on Friday, March 19, and the duo then shared a visualizer video for “The Great Attractor.”
Dry Cleaning (Photo by Steve Gullick)
London-based band Dry Cleaning — Nick Buxton (drums), Tom Dowse (guitar), Lewis Maynard (bass) and Florence Shaw (vocals) — announce their debut album, New Long Leg, out April 2 on 4AD, and present a new single/video, “Strong Feelings.”
shame (Photo by Sam Gregg)
shame release a new single/video, “Nigel Hitter,” from their forthcoming album, Drunk Tank Pink, out next Friday, Jan. 15 on Dead Oceans.
Culture Club (Photo courtesy Ticketmaster)
New wave icons Culture Club sound better than ever, and you can hear and see for yourself when they take to the stage at SSE Arena, Wembley, on Saturday, Dec. 19, for a special livestream performance, Rainbow in the Dark!
Tony Lewis (Photo by Carol Lewis)
Following his unexpected death last month, the family of Tony Lewis, lead singer and bassist of the 1980s rock band The Outfield and successful solo artist and producer, has posthumously released his new EP, More Than I Dared.
Additionally, they’ve shared the official music video for lead single “Gonna Make You Love Me” as a tribute to Tony.
Modern English (Photo courtesy Clarion Call)
After having to recently cancel its summer North American 40th anniversary tour — a run that was to also feature a front-to-back performance of its breakthrough 1982 album After the Snow — legendary British band Modern English provides fans with a broadcast performance of the entire album from the Indigo at The 02 on Friday, Sept. 25 at 8:30pm ET in a show specially designated for North America!
Still Corners (Photo by Bernard Bur)
Today, Still Corners announces the duo’s fifth studio album, The Last Exit, for release on Jan. 22, 2021, via Wrecking Light Records. Alongside this news, the band shares the beguiling and wanderlust title track and its stark, captivating video.
Django Django (Photo by Horacio Bolz)
Django Django make an electrifying return with the new single “Spirals,” their first new material since the Winter’s Beach EP in 2018 and an utterly compelling glimpse at what’s to come.
Thurston Moore (Photo by Vera Marmelo)
The Daydream Library Series are ecstatic to release the new full length record by Sonic Youth founder Thurston Moore titled By The Fire, out Sept. 25.
The third 12-minute single “Siren” is out on Bandcamp.
Hot Chip (Photo courtesy Pitch Perfect PR)
Late Night Tales is pleased to announce its latest installment to its long-running artist-curated mix series, this time curated by UK electronic artpop outfit Hot Chip.
Today, in conjunction with the announcement, Hot Chip present their ethereal cover of The Velvet Underground’s “Candy Says,” through which they add an element of displacement and detachment.