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‘B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin’: Berlin Review

This archive-heavy documentary revisits the vibrant music and art scene of West Berlin during the divided city's punky, druggy, trashy 1980s heyday

‘Deutschland 83’: Berlin Review

Love is a battlefield for the undercover spy kids in this 1980s-set Eurodrama, soon to become the first German-language TV series ever to air on a US network

The Persistence of Punk (Analysis)

The longevity of The Ramones, X, Nick Cave and New Order belies the genre's supposed short-lived appeal.

Bassist Peter Hook on Rescued Joy Division, New Order Tapes: ‘There Is No Happy Ending’ (Q&A)

"The cache was unearthed by this knight in shining armor; now she's holding them ransom," says the legendary post-punk bassist, who also talks to THR about his latest New Order-themed tour and…

Confession: I’m Addicted to The National

"A night with the National is pure dopamine," writes THR's Merle Ginsberg on the heels of two back-to-back L.A. shows by the beloved indie band.

Peter Hook and the Light Releases Live Versions of New Order Classics

"You've got to prove it to Manchester -- that's where it all started," says the estranged ex-bassist of the performance at Manchester Cathedral.

The Cure, Nine Inch Nails, Mumford & Sons to Headline Lollapalooza

The Killers, Vampire Weekend and Lana Del Rey will also perform in August at the Chicago music festival.

New Order’s Peter Hook: ‘It’s the End of An Era’

This week's release of the seminal band's latest album, "The Lost Sirens," precedes the bassist's second book, "Unknown Pleasures," a memoir of Hook's years with Joy Division.

Peter Hook Takes Jab at New Order Rift, Covers Joy Division’s ‘Closer’ in its Entirety

Five days after expressing shock that a series of benefit concerts were being held without him, the bassist and his band The Light held their own tribute show in Los Angeles, featuring performances…

Peter Hook Shocked New Order Reunited Without Him

"Everyone knows that New Order without Peter Hook is like Queen without Freddie Mercury, U2 without The Edge, Sooty without Sweep!" the bassist fumes to fans in a statement.