This year, Death Grips, Savages, Rancid, the 1975, Beach House and more will play sideshows all over L.A. in the days surrounding Coachella.
The leaked lineup also reveals M83, Tame Impala, Haim, Father John Misty and Death Cab for Cutie will play this year's Bonnaroo.
M83 are expected to release their first album in five years sometime in 2016, and in anticipation of its arrival, the band has announced a North American tour.
M83 have finished their follow-up to 2011's 'Hurry Up, We're Dreaming,' and it's apparently inspired by '80s sitcoms like 'Punky Brewster' and 'Who's the Boss?'
M83 released a collection of remixes and B-Sides from the 2008 album, 'Saturdays = Youth.'
The Tom Cruise sci-fi vehicle 'Oblivion' doesn't hit the big screen until April 19, but M83's stellar soundtrack to the film is available for purchase today (April 9) on iTunes and streaming in full below below. A couple of the selections -- 'Starwaves' and the title cut -- had already surfaced, and now, with the remainder of the 17-track disc available, the full scope of this impressive collection of compositions becomes clear.
M83's Anthony Gonzalez teamed up with Norwegian singer Susanne Sundfør for this, the title track from his score for Tom Cruise's latest movie, 'Oblivion,' which hits screens across the country April 19. Gonzalez collaborated on the 'Oblivion' soundtrack with Joseph Trapanese, who you may know from his previous work with Daft Punk on the 'Tron: Legacy' score.
Known for their futuristic and haunting sound, M83 prove the perfect choice to score Tom Cruise's latest sci-fi flick, 'Oblivion.' (The group is, after all, named for spiral galaxy Messier 83). The soundtrack made its official, full debut during an event at SXSW on Monday (March 11), where music fans and movie buffs alike gulped down the new tunes with their drinks.
M83 certainly are getting mileage out of 'Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.' More than a year after the album dropped, the French electronic act has come out with a video for 'Wait,' the disc's fifth single. The Fleur & Manu-directed clip is the third and final installment in a trilogy that also includes the band's 'Midnight City' and 'Reunion' videos, and this latest one continues the sci-fi spirit introduced in the first two.