The reunited 1980s UK New Wave band, best known for their hit singles “Turning Japanese” and “Jimmie Jones,” will be playing three shows in NYC in October, their first North American shows in 37 years.
Goldmine talks to Devo bassist Gerald Casale about the band’s new album — which was recorded 37 years ago.
Paul Weller performed a terrific set at New York City’s Webster Hall on Friday, July 26th that mixed solo songs with tunes from the catalogs of The Jam and The Style Council.
BBC 6 Music recently aired an excellent four-part special about The Jam. The four parts can now be heard on demand on the BBC 6 Music Web site. It is a must-listen for fans of The Jam.
Duran Duran and the Cure are two trendsetting bands that belong in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Jim Kerr, founder and front-man of Simple Minds, is set to release his first solo album, “Lostboy! AKA Jim Kerr,” on July 19th via Rocket Science Ventures.
Thomas Dolby will break his 20-year silence this year with a new studio album, “A Map of the Floating City.” First he releases “Oceanea,” a three-track EP.
Twenty years ago there was the ‘Clash of the Titans’ tour. Now Dave Mustaine is having fun playing on a similar thrash metal tour called ‘American Carnage.’
Veteran of Joy Division and New Order relishes his new role in Bad Lieutenant
In addition to featuring well-drawn characters, interesting storylines, razor-sharp dialogue, and, for better or worse, the fashions of the early 1980s, Ashes to Ashes also has a fantastic soundtrack that is chock full of the music of the time.