Here’s a Friday the 13th or Halloween playlist that never fails to frighten.
‘Tis the season to go crate digging through one of music’s darkest and most bone-chilling genres.
New Order, Billie Eilish, ASAP Rocky, and a festival full of surprises provide a complete weekend experience.
Frontman Ian Astbury also revisits meeting Sonic Youth and recording with Debbie Harry.
The Democratic presidential hopeful cites The Cure, The Smiths, Joy Division, and New Order as “the canon of alternative music.”
Read this list with a candle burning and you will fill your entire Netflix queue.
Be prepared for plenty of scoffing and endless frustration.
From A Tribe Called Quest to X, the range of talent being shut out is astonishing.
Featuring interviews with Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Deborah Curtis, Peter Saville, et al.
The band revisited a ton of hits and covered Joy Division with AFI frontman Davey Havok.
NIN also debuted “Ahead of Ourselves” from their forthcoming album, Bad Witch.
A musical narrative of punk’s evolution as a genre and subculture.