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  1. Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey preps solo debut ‘Science Fiction’ — first new music in 2 decades
  2. New Order to headline Music Tastes Good Festival in Long Beach, Calif., this September
  3. Retro Futura Tour — with ABC, Belinda Carlisle, Modern English — rolls out initial 2018 dates
  4. This week’s new releases: Wire, Poster Children, Breeders, Matthew Sweet, Rat Scabies
  5. Premiere: Shriekback, ‘Catmandu’ — off new album ‘Why Anything? Why This?’
  6. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/20/18)
  7. This week’s new releases: Shriekback, The Smithereens, Bow Wow Wow, The Fall
  8. Poptone announces North American summer tour as debut album release looms
  9. Listen: Kristin Hersh debuts ‘LAX’ — first taste of forthcoming album ‘Possible Dust Clouds’
  10. ‘C89’ box set to feature The Stone Roses, The La’s, Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine
  11. Watch: Depeche Mode performs ‘The Things You Said’ for first time since ‘101’ concert 30 years ago
  12. Vintage Video: Love and Rockets’ amazing low-budget TV commercial for ‘Express’
  13. PiL details massive ‘The Public Image Is Rotten (Songs From The Heart)’ box set
  14. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Concrete Blonde strips down Leonard Cohen’s ‘Everybody Knows’
  15. The The plays first show in 16 years, opens ‘Comeback Special’ with career-spanning set
  16. XTC’s Andy Partridge covers Pink Floyd, Bonzo Dog Band on new 10-inch EP
  17. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/27/18)
  18. Watch: David Byrne breaks out Prince’s ‘When Doves Cry’ at Portland karaoke bar
  19. Johnny Marr announces North American, U.K. tours in support of ‘Call the Comet’
  20. The Lords of the New Church’s debut album to be reissued with bonus 1982 live set
  21. The The’s Matt Johnson pens moving tribute to late father: ‘It has been a privilege to be his son’
  22. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (6/3/18)
  23. Simple Minds extend North American tour in support of ‘Walk Between Worlds’
  24. This week’s new releases: Poptone, Midge Ure, Tony Hadley, Violent Femmes
  25. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (6/10/18)
  26. This week’s new releases: Johnny Marr, Peter Buck, The English Beat, The Sisters of Mercy
  27. Peter Murphy’s first 5 albums to be complied in appropriately named ‘5 Albums’ box set
  28. Vanessa Briscoe Hay’s Pylon Reenactment Society to embark on summer mini-tour
  29. Stream this goldmine of ’80s/’90s live tapes from Sonic Youth, The Fall, Hüsker Dü, Pixies and more
  30. Nick Knox, longtime drummer for psychobilly legends The Cramps, 1953-2018
  31. Peter Murphy pushes San Francisco residency to 2019, plans world tour with David J
  32. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (6/17/18)
  33. New Order plots short North American tour — including rare concerts in Hawaii
  34. This week’s new releases: The Cure, Peter Murphy, Nine Inch Nails, Pete Shelley
  35. The House of Love’s Creation Records debut to receive 30th anniversary 5CD box set
  36. Depeche Mode launching new series with ‘Speak & Spell,’ ‘A Broken Frame’ 12-inch sets
  37. Watch: Patti Smith preaches eco-justice with cover of Midnight Oil’s ‘Beds Are Burning’
  38. The Cure closes Robert Smith’s Meltdown by going ‘there to here and back again’ — hear the full set
  39. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (6/24/18)
  40. Watch: Greg Norton joins The Posies onstage in St. Paul to blast through Hüsker Dü classics
  41. This week’s new releases: The Alarm, David Bowie, Innocence Mission, Flaming Lips, Posies
  42. The Smithereens enlist Marshall Crenshaw as guest vocalist for summer concerts
  43. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (7/1/18)
  44. Watch: Trailer for ‘The Public Image is Rotten’ — new documentary on John Lydon’s PiL
  45. You’ll hear nothing but The Cure on this weekend’s edition of Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’
  46. This week’s new releases: Morrissey, Erasure, The Jesus and Mary Chain
  47. The Chills to release new album ‘Snow Bound’ in September — hear 2 new songs now
  48. Elvis Costello reveals ‘very aggressive’ cancer as he cancels tour to recover from surgery
  49. The Cure goes big with greatest hits set for 40th anniversary gig — setlist, full audio, tons of video
  50. This week’s new releases: Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey, Kim Gordon’s Body/Head
  51. PiL to bring ‘The Public Image is Rotten’ 40th anniversary tour to North America this fall
  52. Watch: The Cure’s full 2-hour-plus 40th anniversary concert at London’s Hyde Park
  53. Siouxsie and the Banshees’ ‘Peepshow’ to be subject of upcoming 33 1/3 book
  54. The Damned to bring tour in support of new album ‘Evil Spirits’ to the U.S. this fall
  55. Paul Weller returns with lushly orchestrated 14th studio album ‘True Meanings’
  56. Listen: Replacements fan (and senator) Tim Kaine appears on Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast
  57. This week’s new releases: Public Image Ltd. box set, Soul Asylum expanded reissue
  58. Ramones’ ‘Road to Ruin’ 40th anniversary set to include new mix of album, rough cuts, live disc
  59. Felt reissues continue with ‘Forever Breathes the Lonely Word’ and 4 more albums
  60. This week’s new releases: ‘C89’ box set, U2, Thomas Dolby, Art of Noise, The Colourfield
  61. D.A.F. to play first-ever U.S. live show at Cloak & Dagger festival in Los Angeles
  62. ‘Midnight Oil 1984’ documentary to screen in U.S. theaters next month — see full trailer
  63. Listen: Kristin Hersh, ‘No Shade In Shadow’ — off forthcoming album ‘Possible Dust Clouds’
  64. Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel announces plans for first full U.S. tour in a decade
  65. Yazoo collects studio albums, remixes and BBC sessions in new ‘Four Pieces’ vinyl box
  66. This week’s new releases: James returns with 15th album ‘Living in Extraordinary Times’
  67. NItzer Ebb reactivates with giant ‘1982-2010: The Box Set,’ live shows planned for 2019
  68. Top 100 Songs of 1983: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of the ’80s Redux — Part 4
  69. Playlist: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Top 100 Songs of 1983 — and for once they’re all on Spotify
  70. Peter Murphy and David J to play ‘In the Flat Field’ on tour celebrating Bauhaus’ 40th anniversary
  71. Elvis Costello & The Imposters announce new album ‘Look Now,’ debut 2 songs
  72. Watch: The Alarm debuts video for ‘Thirteen Dead Reindeer’ off new album ‘Equals’
  73. Pixies’ ‘Come On Pilgrim… It’s Surfer Rosa’ dual reissue to include bonus 1986 live set
  74. Echo & The Bunnymen premiere reworked ‘Seven Seas,’ announce North American tour
  75. ‘New Order: Decades’ concert film/documentary to air on British TV next month
  76. Yazoo’s upcoming ‘Four Pieces’ box set to be released on CD, too, after fan outcry
  77. ‘R.E.M. at the BBC’ 9-disc CD/DVD box set — and 2LP vinyl edition — expected this fall
  78. Cocteau Twins’ 1993-1996 output compiled on ‘Treasure Hiding: The Fontana Years’ box set
  79. ‘50,000 Fall Fans Can’t Be Wrong’ expanded into The Fall’s new ‘58 Golden Greats’ box set
  80. Wire to begin work on new album next month, plus they’re making ‘a film about Wire by Wire’
  81. Listen: The Chills, ‘Scarred’ — new track off upcoming album ‘Snow Bound’
  82. Soft Cell debuts ‘Northern Lights’ — first new song in 15 years — off upcoming best-of
  83. Listen: Yazoo, ‘Situation’ (Richard X Remix) — off forthcoming ‘Four Pieces’ box set
  84. Echo & The Bunnymen debut brand-new song ‘The Somnambulist’ off upcoming LP
  85. The Cure unveils first touring plans of 2019 with first-ever concerts in South Africa
  86. This week’s new releases: Depeche Mode vinyl box sets, plus Pet Shop Boys, Morrissey
  87. Contest: Win multi-day passes, VIP tickets to Cold Waves festivals in New York, L.A. and Chicago
  88. Conway Savage, longtime keyboardist for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, 1960-2018
  89. This week’s new releases: Soft Cell box set, plus Spiritualized, Durutti Column, Posies
  90. Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser resurfaces for rare live performance in London
  91. This Mortal Coil’s ‘It’ll End in Tears,’ ‘Filigree & Shadow’ and ‘Blood’ to be reissued on CD, vinyl
  92. The Monochrome Set to play U.S. dates in 2019 as part of 40th anniversary celebration
  93. Dead Can Dance returns with ambitious new album ‘Dionysus,’ plus 2019 tour of Europe
  94. 9-disc ‘R.E.M. at the BBC’ features ’84 live set, full ‘Monster’ tour show, Glastonbury ’99 and more
  95. Vintage Video: Julian Cope thrills in hour-long ‘MTV Saturday Night Concert’ set from 1987
  96. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Exene Cervenka talks about solo debut, X’s hiatus in 1989 interview
  97. This week’s new releases: Siouxsie and the Banshees, Paul Weller, The Chills, Devo
  98. Photos: Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser shocks superfan Shirley Manson at Garbage gig
  99. Kate Bush to compile selected lyrics in new book ‘How To Be Invisible’
  100. Bauhaus releasing 5-song 1979 studio session that spawned ‘Bela Lugosi’s Dead’
  101. Listen: Echo & The Bunnymen debut new ‘transformed’ version of ‘The Killing Moon’
  102. Watch: The Chills premiere video for ‘Complex’ off upcoming album ‘Snow Bound’
  103. Six Bauhaus albums to be reissued on colored vinyl for band’s 40th anniversary
  104. Listen: R.E.M. rip through ‘Radio Free Europe’ in 1984 recording from ‘At the BBC’ box set
  105. This week’s new releases: Ramones’ ‘Road to Ruin’ box set, Felt, Butthole Surfers, The Cult
  106. Numero Group to release Blondie ‘Heart of Glass’ EP ahead of ‘Complete Studio Recordings’ box set
  107. Pixies to perform ‘Come on Pilgrim’ and ‘Surfer Rosa’ at trio of Brooklyn concerts
  108. Morrissey announces two Southern California concerts around L.A. taco fest appearance
  109. The Cure to headline Firenze Rocks in Italy, Eject Festival in Greece next summer
  110. Listen: Dead Can Dance, ‘The Mountain’ — first taste of upcoming album ‘Dionysus’
  111. The Mighty Lemon Drops unearth lost footage of 1988 show at Chicago’s Cabaret Metro
  112. The Cure unveils plans to play Dublin, headline ‘around 20 festivals’ next summer
  113. Listen: R.E.M. performs ‘Orange Crush’ on the BBC in 2003 — off upcoming box set
  114. Watch: Eddie Vedder joins Johnny Marr on The Smiths’ ‘There Is a Light That Never Goes Out’
  115. Soft Cell waves goodbye with 30-song farewell performance in London — setlist + video
  116. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (9/30/18)
  117. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of the ’80s Redux: Vote for your favorite songs of 1984
  118. New releases: Echo & The Bunnymen, Joe Strummer, Pixies, House of Love, Nick Cave, XTC
  119. Kate Bush’s full catalog remastered in new multi-volume CD, vinyl box sets — with rarities
  120. Wax Trax! Records documentary ‘Industrial Accident’ — and its soundtrack — due out in April
  121. John Wicks, lead singer/songwriter for power-pop favorites The Records, has died
  122. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/7/18)
  123. Watch: New Order’s 90-minute ‘Decades’ documentary and concert film surfaces online
  124. The Cure, Devo, Kraftwerk, Roxy Music and more nominated to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  125. Andy Partridge is tired of being woken up by ‘wankers’ singing ‘Making Plans for Nigel’
  126. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/14/18)
  127. New releases: R.E.M., Nitzer Ebb, Camouflage, Elvis Costello, Belly, David Bowie, Cocteau Twins
  128. World Party to release first new album in 19 years in 2019, and reissue catalog on vinyl
  129. Alien Sex Fiend to release ‘Possessed’ — first new album in 8 years — next month
  130. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/21/18)
  131. This week’s new releases: Bauhaus, This Mortal Coil, Skinny Puppy, David Bowie
  132. Clan of Xymox to embark on North American tour, reissue 1989’s ‘Twist of Shadows’
  133. Bob Mould announces new album ‘Sunshine Rock,’ 2019 tour dates — hear the title track
  134. The Specials to release new album ‘Encore’ — first recordings with Terry Hall since ‘Ghost Town’
  135. Watch: Oingo Boingo’s Danny Elfman, Steve Bartek reunite to perform ‘Dead Man’s Party’
  136. Playlist: ‘Dark Wave’ Halloween Edition — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/28/18)
  137. Ian Brown to release new solo album ‘Ripples’ — hear single ‘First World Problems’
  138. This week’s new releases: Dead Can Dance, Yazoo, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Art of Noise
  139. Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser to tour with Massive Attack next year in celebration of ‘Mezzanine’
  140. Peter Murphy and David J unveil North American tour celebrating 40 years of Bauhaus
  141. For some reason, Morrissey’s playing a guitar in this video for ‘Back in the Chain Gang’
  142. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/4/18)
  143. This week’s new releases: Midnight Oil’s live reunion album, J Mascis, Gary Numan, Big Country
  144. Morrissey refutes reports he was attacked by fan during show-ending stage invasion
  145. New 45-minute documentary details making of The House of Love’s Creation Records debut
  146. The The’s Matt Johnson joins Johnny Marr to sing Lovin’ Spoonful’s ‘Summer in the City’
  147. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/11/18)
  148. This week’s new releases: Kate Bush, The Police, The Good The Bad & the Queen, Chris Cornell
  149. R.E.M. to reissue ‘Monster’ next October to celebrate album’s 25th anniversary
  150. Minor Threat reunites to recreate iconic Dischord house porch shot from ‘Salad Days’
  151. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/18/18)
  152. Somebody stole Peter Murphy’s crown, and Bauhaus’ goth king wants it back
  153. Billy Bragg to take ‘One Step Forward, Two Steps Back’ with 3-night stands on U.S. tour
  154. Vanessa Briscoe Hay’s Pylon Reenactment Society releasing 2 new songs, playing shows
  155. Listen: The Specials, ‘Vote For Me’ — first new single with Terry Hall since ‘Ghost Town’
  156. Midnight Oil continues reunion, announces 2019 concerts in U.K., Europe and Australia
  157. The Chills to embark on first U.S. tour since 1996 ahead of SXSW next spring
  158. Pete Shelley, co-founder, songwriter and guitarist for the Buzzcocks, 1955-2018
  159. New Order returning to the U.S. in early 2019 with just-announced Miami concert
  160. Erasure to reissue ‘Wild!’ in 30th anniversary edition with 5 previously unreleased tracks
  161. New releases: This Mortal Coil, Kate Bush, Morrissey, Howard Jones, David Bowie, Xymox
  162. The Cure to enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alongside Roxy Music, Radiohead and more
  163. Peter Murphy reportedly ejected from his own concert for throwing bottles into the audience
  164. The Cure nearing completion of first new album in a decade, may tour U.S. this fall
  165. Listen: Johnny Marr and Matt Johnson release recording of Lovin’ Spoonful’s ‘Summer in the City’
  166. Gang of Four plots U.S. tour in February in support of new album ‘Happy Now’
  167. New Order to reissue ‘Movement’ in ‘definitive’ boxed set with unreleased demos, live cuts
  168. Dave Navarro, Chris Connelly join Ministry for first ‘(Everyday Is) Halloween’ performance in 30 years
  169. Slicing Up Eyeballs’ 75-song Christmas megamix: Stream 4 hours of alternative holiday cheer
  170. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (12/30/18)
  171. Listen to The Smiths’ earliest studio demo from 1982 — including isolated guitar, vocals
  172. Meat Puppets’ original lineup reunites for new album ‘Dusty Notes’ — hear 1st single ‘Warranty’
  173. 5-disc, 115-song ‘Big Gold Dreams’ box set to chronicle Scottish indie music 1977-1989
  174. Curt Smith hints at uncertain future in Tears For Fears as European arena tour looms
  175. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/6/19)
  176. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/13/19)
  177. Bryan Ferry to spotlight Roxy Music’s ‘Avalon’ on upcoming North American tour
  178. The Sisters of Mercy announce 2019 tour dates in the U.K., Europe and Australia
  179. Lorna Doom, bassist for legendary Los Angeles punk act Germs, 1958-2019
  180. Mojo Nixon documentary ‘The Mojo Manifesto’ due out in 2020 — watch the trailer
  181. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/20/19)
  182. Ranking Roger reveals brain tumors, lung cancer ahead of release of new Beat album
  183. Government shutdown forces Clan of Xymox to delay North American tour until November
  184. The Church will bring its ‘Starfish’ tour back to U.S. this spring for second round of dates
  185. Pixies to release new album in September, document its recording in new podcast series
  186. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/27/19)
  187. This week’s new releases: The Specials, The Beat featuring Ranking Roger, Ian Brown
  188. Watch: Massive Attack reunites with Liz Fraser, covers The Cure at tour opener
  189. Playlist: ‘You Haven’t Found It Yet’ — Choice Cuts from the Beggars Group Archives
  190. Listen to an unreleased Revolting Cocks track off the Wax Trax! documentary soundtrack
  191. Nitzer Ebb plots first North American tour in nearly a decade ahead of European festivals
  192. The Specials to bring ‘Encore’ 40th anniversary tour to North America this spring
  193. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/3/19)
  194. This week’s new releases: Bob Mould delivers some ‘Sunshine Rock,’ plus new Lemonheads
  195. Peter Murphy adds David Bowie tribute show to upcoming San Francisco residency
  196. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/10/19)
  197. Premiere: Marty Willson-Piper’s Noctorum returns with fourth album ‘The Afterlife’
  198. Howard Jones touring U.S. this summer in support of first new album in 10 years
  199. Listen: The Wedding Present covers James Bond theme “You Only Live Twice”
  200. The Go-Betweens’ Robert Forster to release new album ‘Inferno’ — hear the title track
  201. Wire Train’s 1983 debut ‘In a Chamber’ to be reissued on CD with six bonus tracks
  202. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/17/19)
  203. New releases: Paisley Underground all-stars, plus ‘Lost 80s,’ X, U2, Wire Train, Josef K
  204. The Cure to play ‘Disintegration’ in Australia this year — and perhaps elsewhere, too
  205. Johnny Marr announces new round of North American dates to support ‘Call the Comet’
  206. Morrissey abandons his boycott of Canada, imposes 8-date tour on peaceful nation
  207. The Dream Syndicate returns with new album ‘These Times’ — hear single ‘Black Light’
  208. Andy Anderson, former drummer for The Cure, reveals he has terminal cancer
  209. Slicing Up Eyeballs is 10 years old today *
  210. Ministry to play Wax Trax!-era set at special screenings of ‘Industrial Accident’ documentary
  211. Kate Bush to collect rarities on ‘The Other Sides’ box set, releases ‘Rocket Man’ video
  212. Violent Femmes and X double up for American co-headlining tour this May
  213. Johnny Marr releases new synth-splashed single ‘Armatopia’ — watch the music video
  214. Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/24/19)
  215. Peter Murphy to perform Bauhaus’ ‘In the Flat Field’ at 18th San Francisco concert next month
  216. Mark Hollis, Talk Talk leader who bridged synthpop and post-rock, 1955-2019
  217. Andy Anderson, former drummer for The Cure and The Glove, 1951-2019
  218. Morrissey enlists members of Green Day, Grizzly Bear for ‘California Son’ covers album
  219. R.E.M.’s heavily bootlegged ‘Bingo Hand Job’ show gets vinyl Record Store Day release
  220. Watch the BBC’s Soft Cell reunion documentary ‘Say Hello, Wave Goodbye’
  221. Listen to Lou Reed’s unreleased a cappella demo of ‘Endless Cycle’ off 1989’s ‘New York’
  222. Morrissey to ‘branch out into new territory’ with 7-night Broadway residency in May
  223. Sara Romweber, powerhouse drummer for Let’s Active, has died at the age of 55
  224. Peter Murphy misses the first show of his thrice-rescheduled San Francisco residency
  225. Violent Femmes set U.S. co-headlining tour with Ben Folds following dates with X
  226. Stray Cats announce first new album in 26 years, 40th anniversary tour of U.S. and Europe
  227. Midnight Oil live set from 1997’s ‘Breathe’ tour to receive vinyl Record Store Day release
  228. How to get free tickets to Ministry’s Wax Trax!-era performances around Record Store Day
  229. The Waterboys return with new album ‘Where the Action Is’ — stream the first single
  230. The Sisters of Mercy expand 2019 tour with European festivals, South American dates
  231. Listen: The Chills’ Martin Phillipps talks to Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast in 3-part interview
  232. Adam Ant to perform 1982’s ‘Friend or Foe’ on North American tour this September
  233. Robert Smith confirms The Cure have recorded their first new album in 11 years
  234. Watch: New Order’s Bernard Sumner, Suede’s Brett Anderson share stage on film fest panel
  235. Tanya Donelly giving away demos to Belly’s ‘Star’ in memory of late producer Joe Harvard
  236. Ranking Roger, of The English Beat and General Public, 1963-2019
  237. Vintage Video: ‘Dance Craze: The Best of British Ska… Live!’ celebrates the 2-Tone era
  238. The Cure at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Watch the induction, see the performances
  239. The Cure ‘probably’ will bring ‘Disintegration’ tour to U.S. later this year, Robert Smith says
  240. Roxy Music at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Watch the induction, see the performances
  241. Watch David Byrne induct a band named after a Talking Heads song into the Rock Hall
  242. Playlist: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Top 100 Songs of 1984 — minus the 5 that aren’t on Spotify
  243. Top 100 Songs of 1984: Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of the ’80s Redux — Part 5
  244. Listen: The Cure’s Robert Smith re-records ‘Pictures of You’ for ‘Dead Good’ documentary
  245. The Psychedelic Furs team up with James for North American tour this summer
  246. Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie announce U.S. co-headlining tour this summer
  247. ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Dave Kendall and John Lydon in Tijuana — watch full 2-hour episode
  248. Midnight Oil plans to record new music later this year for possible 2020 release
  249. Depeche Mode continues 12-inch box set series with ‘Black Celebration,’ ‘Music For The Masses’
  250. Morrissey enlists Interpol for 14-date U.S. tour in support of covers album ‘California Son’