Robert Smith has compiled a mixtape for the new site

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New Order have launched a new archival website called Singularity: The Influence of New Order.

The website documents their musical influences through tributes, cover songs and specially curated mixtapes besides more personal memorabilia.

“New Order occupy a singular space in the history of modern music,” says the homepage. “Their influence on other creatives, including musicians, writers, visual artists and photographers, is near unparalleled. Inspired by their lasting impact, Singularity is a collection of personal contributions from a wide range of creatives showcasing how, when, where and why this band not only defined an era, but continue to do so. Explore Singularity: The Influence of New Order.”

Among the confirmed content for the website so far is a mixtape curated by The Cure‘s Robert Smith, Cold Cave’s cover of “Your Silent Face“, Chromatics’ cover of “Ceremony” and Hot Chip‘s remix of “Tutti Frutti”.

The group have also confirmed details of a US tour in March.

They are scheduled to play New York, Philadelphia and Miami before heading to Europe for a string of festival dates, including Sonar, Roskilde, Rock Werchter and Oya Festival. In between, they will headline a homecoming gig at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl on July 7.

The full list of tour dates are as follows:
New York, Radio City Music Hall (March 10)
Philadelphia, Tower Theatre (12)
Chicago, Chicago Theatre (16)
Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan (23)
Sonar Festival (June 16-18)
Roskilde Festival (June 25–July 2)
Rock Werchter Festival (June 30–July 3)
Bilbao BBK Live (July 7-9)
Manchester, Castlefield Bowl (7)
Oya Festival (August 9-13)

The March 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our 19 page David Bowie tribute plus Loretta Lynn, Tim Hardin, Animal Collective, The Kinks, Mavis Staples, The Pop Group, Field Music, Clint Mansell, Steve Mason, Eric Clapton, Bert Jansch, Grant Lee Phillips and more plus our free 15-track CD

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