Co-hosts Jeff Terich and Candice Eley love goth music. In fact, Candice might be one of the biggest Cure fans on the planet. But they definitely don’t love these particular songs, even if other goth fans do. Spoiler: none of these songs are by The Cure, because their songs are great.
No set time conflicts! Plus bid on Robert Smith's guitar for charity.
The band compiles two of their 40th anniversary concerts into one massive collection.
Plus Mogwai, Emma Ruth Rundle, Twilight Sad and more.
Plus final Disintegration show being live streamed at the end of the month.
Plus Thom Yorke, Kacey Musgraves, Jenny Lewis and more.
Gothic rock heroes to perform their classic album, plus rare b-sides and curated catalog selections.
The archival releases that filled in the gaps in 2018.
Plus Roxy Music, Stevie Nicks, Def Leppard and The Zombies.
Watch a career-spanning set from the post-punk legends.
Frightened Rabbit, Death Cab for Cutie, Low and more playing the fest.
For years, Treble Editor Jeff Terich has been asking bands and artists, “what song do you never want to hear again?” After collecting answers from dozens of artists, Jeff’s learned a thing or two about what makes for a truly terrible song, and now he’s ready to share what he’s learned with the world. In […]
Welcome back to Remake/Remodel, the weekly column in which one of Treble’s editors or contributors takes a classic—if imperfect, to our ears—album, and proposes an alternate tracklist in an effort to provide a different, albeit highly enjoyable listening experience. This week, after giving a thorough evaluation to the complete catalog of The Cure, we’re tackling […]
The Cure is in the middle of their first U.S. tour in several years, which has seen the band debut a handful of new songs live. This suggests that a new album might very well be in the works, despite the band not having set foot in the the studio for eight years and counting. […]