The Cure and The Killers Join Stormzy as Glastonbury 2019 Headliners
Janet Jackson, Christine and the Queens, and Lauryn Hill are all also highly billed in the first proper wave of acts announced for June 2019's event.
Radiohead and Janet Lead Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2019
The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Roxy Music, Def Leppard, and The Zombies have also been inducted. Rage Against the Machine, Devo, and LL Cool J didn't make it past the shortlist.
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Icelandic Post-Punks Kaelan Mikla Go Dark on Their New LP
Stream the otherworldly trio's euphoric, Cure-approved new album, 'Nótt eftir nótt'
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The Cure's Robert Smith, Goth Royalty, Swears Yet Again That He's Not Goth
In a new interview, the Cure frontman and goth father explains that he only wears his ghoulish makeup because of Siouxsie Sioux, the ritual of concerts, and his "ill-defined features."
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The Guide to Getting into The Cure
Contrary to popular belief, The Cure's music isn't all doom and gloom. The band has a deep and varied catalog.
Lady Gaga Waves Goodbye to Joanne on New Single “The Cure”
The new single debuted in her Coachella set last night.
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The Devil Wears Our Favorite Pin of the Week
New pins from Kulbaco, PSA Press, Pinlord, Feel Good Co, Charming Afternoon, and a 20% off discount code from Strike Gently Co.
The Quiet Confidence of Stevie Parker
With only a couple songs to her name, we're earmarking this 24-year-old Brit as one to keep an eye on.
Boys Don't Cry: A Story of Rock 'n' Roll and Surviving The Cure
The Cure co-founder charts his friendship with Robert Smith, his 13 years in the band, and his struggle with booze. It's the only insider book published and here's the first extract.
Put on Your "Cherry Chapstick" and Get Down with Band Aparte
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Bestival Toronto Announces 2016 Lineup with The Cure, Jamie xx, Grimes, and More
The second Canadian edition of the UK festival takes place June 11-12.
Curezum Will Make You Want to Burn Down a Church Really Sadly with “One Hundred Years”
Listen to Billy Anderson's new Portland supergroup run The Cure's goth melodrama through a black metal filter on this buzzy, corpsepainted new single.