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Dec 23, 2023

Here we go again, racing to December’s finish line, eager to put another chaotic year in the rearview and nervous about what the next 12 months have in store for us. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “Live and Let Live”

i/o Due Out This Friday via Real World

Nov 27, 2023

Peter Gabriel is releasing a new album, i/o, this Friday via Real World. Now he has shared yet another song from it, “Live and Let Live.” This is the album’s final pre-release single. He is sharing both “Bright-Side” and “Dark-Side” mixes for each song on the album. Listen to both mixes. More

9 Best Songs of the Week: The Beatles, MGMT, Peter Gabriel, The Last Dinner Party, and More

Plus Mount Kimbie, Sen Morimoto, Cheekface, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 03, 2023

Welcome to the 36th Songs of the Week of 2023. This week Andy Von Pip, Caleb Campbell, Scott Dransfield, and Stephen Humphries all helped me decide what should make the list. We settled on a Top 9 this week. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “And Still”

i/o Due Out December 1 via Real World

Oct 30, 2023

Peter Gabriel is releasing a new album, i/o, on December 1 via Real World. Now he has shared yet another song from it, “And Still.” More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Eaves Wilder, Blonde Redhead, Cherry Glazerr, Lala Lala, and More

Plus Wilco, The Joy Formidable, Peter Gabriel, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Sep 29, 2023

Welcome to the 31st Songs of the Week of 2023. This week Andy Von Pip, Marc Abbott, Mark Moody, Matt the Raven, Scott Dransfield, and Stephen Humphires all helped me decide what should make the list and we settled on a Top 10. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “This Is Home”

The Latest Single from His Forthcoming i/o Album

Sep 28, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “This Is Home.” It is the latest single from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. The album’s exact release date has yet to be announced. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “Love Can Heal”

The Latest Single from His Forthcoming i/o Album

Aug 30, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “Love Can Heal.” It is the latest single from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. The album’s exact release date has yet to be announced. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “Olive Tree”

The Latest Song From His Forthcoming i/o Album

Aug 01, 2023

Peter Gabriel has released a new song titled “Olive Tree,” which is the eighth and latest single from his forthcoming album i/o. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “So Much”

The Latest Single from His Forthcoming i/o Album

Jul 06, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “So Much.” It is the latest single from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. More

13 Best Songs of the Week: Ratboys, Madeline Kenney, Alan Palomo, This Is the Kit, and More

Plus Lightning Dust, Glasser, Julie Byrne, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jun 09, 2023

Welcome to the 21st Songs of the Week of 2023. The theme this week was horns, three of the songs in the Top 4 feature some sort of brass instrument (saxophone, etc.). Stricken with indecision, we settled on a Top 13 this week. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “Road to Joy”

The Latest Single from His Forthcoming i/o Album

Jun 05, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “Road to Joy.” It is the latest single from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. The album’s exact release date has yet to be announced. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Westerman, Alex Lahey, Little Dragon, Modern Woman, and More

Plus Strange Ranger, Lightning Dust, High Pulp, Sen Morimoto, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 05, 2023

Welcome to the sixteenth Songs of the Week of 2023. There weren’t any tracks this week that screamed, “This is the very best song of the week!” But still there was plenty to like. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “Four Kinds of Horses”

The Latest Single from His Forthcoming i/o Album

May 05, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “Four Kinds of Horses.” It is the latest single from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “i/o”

The Latest Single and Title Track from His Forthcoming i/o Album

Apr 06, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “i/o.” It is the latest single and title track from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. The album’s exact release date has yet to be announced. More

Mar 07, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “Playing For Time,” and announced some new North American tour dates. “Playing For Time” is the third single from Gabriel’s forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. More

6 Best Songs of the Week: Black Belt Eagle Scout, The Hold Steady, Frankie Rose, and More

Plus Death and Vanilla, James Yorkston and Nina Persson, and Peter Gabriel

Jan 06, 2023

Welcome to the first Songs of the Week of 2023. It was a quiet week as the music industry slowly awakens from the holiday break. Hence we only have six songs and no honorable mentions. More

Peter Gabriel Shares New Song “Panopticom” (Feat. Brian Eno)

The First Single from His Forthcoming i/o Album

Jan 06, 2023

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song, “Panopticom.” It’s the first single from his forthcoming new album, i/o, which will be his first album of original songs in over 20 years. “Panopticom” features Brian Eno. More

Peter Gabriel Announces 2023 European Tour Dates and Teases Release of New Album

Summer 2023 Dates in Honor of His Forthcoming i/o Album

Nov 08, 2022

Peter Gabriel has announced some 2023 European tour dates and announced that he’ll be releasing a new album, entitled i/o, which the tour will be in honor of. More

Loney dear Announces New Album, Shares New Song “Trifles”

A Lantern and a Bell Due Out March 26 via Real World

Jan 29, 2021

Sweden’s Loney dear (the project of Emil Svanängen) has announced a new album, A Lantern and a Bell, and shared its first single, “Trifles.” A Lantern and a Bell is due out March 26 via Peter Gabriel’s label, Real World. More

Jul 07, 2017

Sweden’s Loney dear (the project of Emil Svanängen) has announced a new, self-titled, album and shared its first single, “Sum.” It’s Loney dear’s first album in six years and his first for Peter Gabriel’s label, Real World, who will be putting it out on September 29. More

Listen: Peter Gabriel Shares New Song, “The Veil,” From “Snowden” Soundtrack

Single Out Digitally Tomorrow, Oliver Stone's Snowden Due Out September 16

Sep 08, 2016

Peter Gabriel is releasing a new song entitled “The Veil.” It’s a song that was written for the new Oliver Stone film Snowden, about famous whistleblower Edward Snowden. More

Jun 16, 2016

Peter Gabriel has shared a new song entitled “I’m Amazing.” It’s a song that was written several years ago and is inspired by Muhammad Ali, the iconic boxer who passed away a week and a half ago. It will be available tomorrow as a download and on streaming sites. More

Jan 19, 2016

1980s rock icons Peter Gabriel and Sting are joining forces for a collaborative tour they are dubbing the “Rock Paper Scissors” tour. Both are successful solo artists and also known for their work with highly successful bands (Gabriel being the original frontman of Genesis and Sting leading The Police). More

Wayne Coyne, Peter Gabriel, Nick Cave, & More Contribute to Album Art Book

Collector's Edition Shows Creativity of Music Packaging

Nov 20, 2014

Collector’s Edition, a new book by Stuart Tolley, showcases the creativity in media packaging. Several copies of the book were given to musicians and artists to decorate as they wish. More

Listen: Feist - “Don’t Give Up” (Peter Gabriel Cover)

Featured on Tribute Album And I’ll Scratch Yours

Sep 23, 2013

Following the lead of Arcade Fire this morning, Feist has premiered a cover of Peter Gabriel’s “Don’t Give Up.” More

Listen: Arcade Fire - “Games Without Frontiers” (Peter Gabriel Cover)

Featured on Upcoming Tribute Album And I’ll Scratch Yours

Sep 23, 2013

As previously reported, this week sees the release of a Peter Gabriel tribute album titled And I’ll Scratch Yours. More

Jul 25, 2013

To go along with the announcement earlier today of the release of a new Peter Gabriel covers album, And I’ll Scratch Yours, Arcade Fire have shared a 40-second preview of their contribution, a cover of “Games Without Frontiers,” originally from Gabriel’s 1980 self-titled album, often referred to as Melt. More

Jul 25, 2013

In 2010, Peter Gabriel released a somber and reflective covers album called Scratch My Back. The idea was to cover some of his favorite musicians with the expectation that they would return the favor. Some of them obliged, others showed no interestRadiohead, for example, were apparently offended by Gabriel’s rendition of “Street Spirit,”but finally, after three years, the follow up And I’ll Scratch Yours is set to be released September 23rd on Gabriel’s label, Real World Records. More

Peter Gabriel Announces Remix Contest for “Games Without Frontiers”

Prizes Will Include Trips to London, Digital Royalties and Signed Memorabilia

May 22, 2010

Peter Gabriel and Indaba Music want you to remix “Games Without Frontiers” and they’re offering loads of fabulous prizes. More

Oct 29, 2009

As reported by BBC 6, legendary ex-Genesis front man Peter Gabriel is prepping a new album-his first in seven years. The album, titled Scratch My Back, will feature major orchestral reworkings of notable songs by Elbow, Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, The Magnetic Fields, David Bowie, Talking Heads, and others. More



Interviews

Dec 19, 2014

Peter Gabriel is running late. For a man known for his pioneering use of technology, it must be humbling that the reason he’s keeping Arcade Fire multi-instrumentalist Richard Reed Parry waiting is because he can’t figure out how to dial into a conference call. More


Reviews

Nov 21, 2012

What was it about the 1980s that made it so viable for artists in their mid-30s to mid-40s to become hit-makers? Peter Gabriel, who in the late ‘60s founded the progressive rock band Genesis, was 36 in the summer of 1986, when “Sledgehammer,” the lead single from his fifth solo album, So, reached Number One on Billboard’s Hot 100. More