David Lynch and Mark Frost have announced the return of the cult TV show, Twin Peaks. The show will return from a 25-year hiatus in 2016 for a nine episode arc on the US channel Showtime.
Morrissey has revealed that he has been treated for cancer in the past year. The former Smiths singer said that doctors have scraped away cancerous tissue four times, remarking in a decidedly Morrissey-esque manner: “If I die, then I die.”
Death Grips say they have completed the powers that b, their final album. They have also released the artwork.
Long-time Kanye West collaborator Malik Yusef has claimed that West has “20 finished songs” for his new album.
A Russian politician has said that Gérard Depardieu’s move to Russia has “purified” the actor after his recently-published memoirs, Ça s’est fait comme ça, detailed his early employment as a grave robber and male prostitute.
Bjork will release the follow-up to her hugely acclaimed album, Biophilia, next year. The Icelandic singer will coproduce with Venezuelan Electronic Producer, Arca, who worked with Kanye West on Yeezus.
A film about the Ghanaian national football team’s fight over bonuses during the 2014 World Cup is in the early stages of development.
The Smiths, Kraftwerk, Lou Reed, Green Day, Chic, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, The Marvelettes, Nine Inch Nails, NWA, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, The Spinners, Sting, Stevie Ray Vaughn, War and Bill Withers have all been shortlisted for inclusion in the 2015 class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Odrán de Bhaldraithe and Bryan Grogan
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