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Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots Announce World Tour And Premiere New Song

by Paul Cashmere

Twenty One Pilots will tour the world and have a new album ‘Clancy’ to go along with it.

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Philip Oakey of The Human League Melbourne 2024 photo by Winston Robinson

The Human League Wrap Up Australian Tour In Perth

by Paul Cashmere

The Human League have completed their fifth Australia tour with eight shows on this current tour where they performed the classic album ‘Dare’ from start to finish.

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Phil Oakey, The Human League at the Palais Theatre. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Human League Give Sneak Peak To Aussie Shows With New Zealand Setlist

by Paul Cashmere

With the first Australian show for The Human League starting tomorrow (Wednesday 6 March) in Brisbane the previous shows in New Zealand will be you a look at what’s to come (and what to prepare for).

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Pet Shop Boys Nonetheless

Pet Shop Boys Share New Song ‘Loneliness’

by Paul Cashmere

Pet Shop Boys will release their 15th album ‘Nonetheless’ in April and have shared the first single, the very Giorgio Moroder sounding ‘Loneliness’.

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Kraftwerk at MCA Melbourne 8 December 2023 photo by Winston Robinson, Noise11

Kraftwerk to Perform Eight Complete Albums At Nine Shows In LA

by Paul Cashmere

Kraftwerk will take up residency at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in May to perform eights albums over nine nights with the series concluding with a ‘Best Of’ setlist.

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Kraftwerk at MCA Melbourne 8 December 2023 photo by Winston Robinson, Noise11

Kraftwerk Beam Down Into Melbourne Captain’s Log Stardate 0812230830pm #REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere

I wasn’t quite prepared for the “strap in and enjoy the ride’ experience of Kraftwerk. I hadn’t seen them live since the Big Day Out of 2003. It was still light when they came in, in the tent (not the outdoor stage) and they were wearing suits. Someone at the time commented that it was like watching four businessmen in the Qantas Club sending emails to each other.

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Daft Punk Random Access Memories drumless edition

Not a Joke – Sony To Release Drumless Version of Daft Punk ‘Random Access Memories’

by Paul Cashmere

More proof that the music business is descending into utter ridiculousness comes news that there is a drumless version of the Daft Punk classic ‘Random Access Memories’ on the way.

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Duran Duran, SXSW. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

Duran Duran to Release Danse Macabre Album For Halloween

by Paul Cashmere

Duran Duran have revealed details of their 16th studio album. ‘Danse Macabre’ is a Halloween themed album to be released on Halloween.

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Chvrches photo by Eliot Hazel

Chvrches To Release 10th Anniversary Edition of ‘The Bones of What You Believe’

by Paul Cashmere

‘The Bones of What You Believe’, the debut album for Scotland’s Chvrches, was released 20 September 2013. A special edition 10th anniversary edition will be released on 13 October 2023.

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Phil Oakey, The Human League at the Palais Theatre. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Human League Add Extra Sydney and Melbourne Shows

by Paul Cashmere

The Human League have expanded their Australian tour with extra shows added for Sydney and Melbourne.

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Noah Yorke

Noah Yorke, son of Thom Yorke, Shares ‘Cerebral Key’

by Paul Cashmere

Like father, like son, Thom Yorke’s son Noah has shared the track ‘Cerebral Key’ and the apple hasn’t fallen far from the tree.

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Alison Moyet Earns Degree In Fine Art

by Paul Cashmere

Solo artist and former Yazoo singer Alison Moyet has graduated from Brighton University in the UK with a degree in Fine Art.

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The Human League (photo supplied)

The Human League To Perform Dare Album In Australia

by Paul Cashmere

The Human League will return to Australia in 2024 to perform the complete ‘Dare’ album from start to finish.

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Kraftwerk

Kraftwerk To Play Australia and New Zealand In November/December

by Paul Cashmere

Kraftwerk will return to Australia and New Zealand for their first tour since the Big Day Out of 2003.

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The Prodigy photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Prodigy To Play UK Dates

by Music-News.com

The Prodigy have vowed to continue to “ignite, uplift and destroy,” following the loss of Keith Flint.

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Klaus Nomi

Klaus Nomi Catalogue To Be Reissued To Mark 40th Anniversary of his Passing

by Paul Cashmere

German gay icon and new wave, synth pop act Klaus Nomi will have his catalogue reissued to mark the 40th anniversary of his death in 1983.

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Frankie Goes To Hollywood photo by John Johnson from the FGTH Facebook page

Original Frankie Goes To Hollywood Line-up Perform For First Time in 36 Years

by Paul Cashmere

Frankie Goes To Hollywood reunited with Holly Johnson, Paul Rutherford, Mark O’Toole, Brian Nash and Peter Gill and performed (just one song) for the first time in 36 years.

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Draven Bennington and drummer Manny from Dravens Instagram

Chester Bennington’s Son Draven Shares First Single ‘F_w-Me’

by Paul Cashmere

Chester Bennington’s son Draven has shared his first single ‘F_w_Me’.

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Gary Numan Plays His 1000th Show

by Paul Cashmere

Well hello Numan!. Gary Numan has performed his 1000th show.

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Cub Sport Jesus At A Gay Bar

Australian Album Chart: Cub Sport ‘Jesus At A Gay Bar’ Is Number One

by Gavin Ryan

Scoring the first Australian performed No.1 Album of 2023 is Brisbane act Cub Sport with their fifth studio set.

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Ryuichi Sakamoto

Ryuichi Sakamoto Dies At Age 71

by Paul Cashmere

Award winning Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto had died at age 71.

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Midge Ure, photo by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11

Midge Ure Is The Latest Artist To Sell Catalogue

by Music-News.com

Today (28th March) MusicBird is delighted to announce its acquisition of the music catalogue of iconic Scottish songwriter, recording artist and producer Midge Ure. MusicBird has acquired the writers share, master recording and neighbouring rights income on over 300 songs across Midge’s solo career and his work with Ultravox, Visage and more.

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Damon Albarn of Gorillaz photo by Ros O'Gorman

Gorillaz’s Netflix Film Has Been Scrapped

by Music-News.com

Gorillaz’s Netflix film has been cancelled. Damon Albarn has confirmed the streaming giant has cut the animated movie due to needing to make cutbacks in their “movie offerings”.

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A Flock of Seagulls

A Flock Of Seagulls Debut Expanded To 3Disc Set

by Paul Cashmere

A Flock of Seagulls are marking the 40th anniversary of the debut album with an expanded 3 disc set.

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Dot Major Bear

Dot Major of London Grammar Releases Solo Debut ‘Bear’

by Music-News.com

London Grammar’s Dot Major has released his debut solo single, ‘Bear’.

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Duran Duran in Austin Texas photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters To Open For Duran Duran

by Music-News.com

Duran Duran have announced Jake Shears as their special guest for their upcoming tour.

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Maxi Jazz of Faithless

Maxi Jazz Laid To Rest In South London

by Music-News.com

Maxi Jazz has been laid to rest. Maxi Jazz, whose real name was Maxwell Fraser, died on December 24, 2022 at the age of 65 and his bandmates have revealed that his funeral has now taken place.

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Everything But The Girl photo by Edward Bishop supplied

Everything But The Girl Return With First New Song of the 21st Century

by Paul Cashmere

‘Everything But The Girl’ are back with a new song ‘Nothing Left To Lose’, the first new music for the duo since 1999 and it sounds like they never left the building.

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Eurythmics Sweet Dreams

Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart Acknowledge 40 Years Since The Release of ‘Sweet Dreams’

by Paul Cashmere

Both Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox have been celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of the Eurythmics ‘Sweet Dreams’ album this week.

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The Associates

Alan Rankine of The Associates Dead At 64

by Paul Cashmere

Alan Rankine, the co-founder of Scottish rock band The Associates, has died at age 64.

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