Unfortunately I haven’t yet managed to find a preview video for this post, so you might have to just imagine what this is like, but New Order return this week with a new live album, full of tracks from the outstanding Music Complete. NOMC15 comes out this week, and includes a version of Tutti Frutti, so let’s take a look at the single.
Just a few months after his sad death, George Michael‘s Listen Without Prejudice 25 will be with us in a couple of weeks with some extra unplugged and other additional material. Here’s Freedom 90 as a taster.
That’s right, Erasure are back again next week, with their latest album World Be Gone. I’m reserving judgement, but Love You to the Sky seems promising. See below.
Here’s a brilliantly bonkers song from The Magnetic Fields‘ new album 50 Song Memoir. It’s a slightly belated preview, as it’s out already – here’s ’68 A Cat Called Dionysus:
Japanese legend Ryuichi Sakamoto is back with a new album called Async, which comes out this week. Here’s a taster from it, Ubi.
There’s a part of me that wonders about giving this the oxygen of publicity, but I know plenty of people who would never forgive me otherwise. Yes, Steps are back, with a new album called Tears on the Dancefloor. Here’s a taste. And they’re just as bad as you remember.
Yes, Pet Shop Boys are gracing us with one more single from Super. This is the brilliant Undertow, coming in a couple of weeks in book and 12″ formats.