Soft Machine

What's Going on Sunday?

Sunday’s NYC-area shows include Remembering Sinéad, Bad Religion, The Gaslight Anthem, Robert Glasper, and more.

Robert Wyatt releasing 'His Greatest Misses' best-of on vinyl for first time

‘His Greatest Misses’ includes such Robert Wyatt classics as “Sea Song,” “Shipbuilding,” “At Last I Am Free,” “The Age of Self,” his cover of The Monkees’ “I’m a Believer,” “Heaps of Sheeps,” and more.

The NY Times names hundreds more artists who lost masters in 2008 UMG fire

Just about every area of recorded music was hit by the fire, from jazz to punk to cabaret to comedy, new wave, historical speeches, metal, hip hop, you name it.

Soft Machine played first NYC shows since 1974 for band's 50th anniversary (pics, review)

While this isn’t your father’s or your father’s father’s lineup of the band, this new Soft Machine is very much alive and kicking in their own way and on their own terms.

tours announced: Ravyn Lenae, Sparta, Vein, David Byrne, Suicidal Tendencies, more

Plus: Soft Machine, Devon Welsh, MIKE, Mitski, Denzel Curry, and more tour news.

Weyes Blood signs to Sub Pop for 2018 LP, covered Soft Machine & Fred Neil

She’s also touring with Father John Misty this month through November.

Daevid Allen, Gong and Soft Machine founder, RIP

And so dada Ali, bert camembert, the dingo Virgin, divided alien and his other 12 selves prepare to pass up the oily way and back to the planet of love…

Kevin Ayers, RIP

A pioneer of the genre, worked with Brian Eno, Syd Barrett, John Cale, Nico and Robert Wyatt during his career.

Bernard MacMahon, director of his last UK label Lo-Max Records, confirmed to the BBC News website Ayers died in his sleep at his home in Montolieu, France…