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Cruel World Festival Offers Dream Bill of New Wave/Goth Icons: Morrissey, Bauhaus, Blondie, and More

Los Angeles Event Also Features Devo, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Psychedelic Furs, Violent Femmes, Public Image LTD., Gary Numan, The Church, and Others

Feb 11, 2020

Goldenvoice, the company who puts on Coachella, has announced a new Los Angeles festival named Cruel World and it features a dream lineup for fans of 1980s New Wave and goth music, including: Morrissey, Bauhaus, Blondie, Devo, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Psychedelic Furs, Violent Femmes, Public Image LTD., Gary Numan, The Church, Berlin, Missing Persons, Marc Almond, and others. More

Peter Murphy (of Bauhaus) Has Had a Heart Attack

He is Currently in a New York City Hospital

Aug 14, 2019

Peter Murphy (formerly of goth/post-punk legends Bauhaus) had a heart attack Tuesday night in New York City, his publicist has revealed in a press release. The 62-year-old is currently in the hospital recovering. More

Sep 10, 2018

Bauhaus' first ever full recording session was on January 26, 1979, just six weeks after the band formed. In honor of their 40th anniversary, the band are releasing the whole five-song session as The Bela Session on November 23 via Leaving (in conjunction with Stones Throw). More

Sep 15, 2011

As previously announced MGMT have been selected to curate a Late Night Tales compilation. In addition to tracks from the likes of Suicide, Television Personalities, and The Velvet Underground, the duo have thrown their hat in the ring, recording a cover of Bauhaus’ “All We Ever Wanted Was Everything.”  More



Reviews

The Bela Session

The Bela Session

Leaving

Nov 21, 2018

Chances are, if you ever held a candle in deference to goth forefathers Bauhaus, you've probably built a decent shrine out of singles and B-sides. There's certainly been no lack of unearthed skeletons in the three decades since the doomed quartet's short-fused lifespan, from B-sides tacked onto re-mastered CDs to box sets that could fill coffins.  More