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Watch Depeche Mode live on TV in 1982

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

On November 24, 1982, Depeche Mode, touring Europe for their second album "A Broken Frame," performed on the Swedish television show Casablanca. (via r/ObscureMedia)

WLIR documentary 'New Wave: Dare to be Different' coming to Showtime (watch the trailer)

The film about '80s Long Island radio station features interviews and rare archival footage with such acts as U2, Blondie, Thompson Twins, Duran Duran, Joan Jett, Simple Minds, Depeche Mode, The Cure, Billy Idol, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and more. Continue reading…

Depeche Mode announce spring tour, playing Barclays Center

Depeche Mode have just announced another North American run for their continuing Global Spirit tour, this one a short visit in late spring... Continue reading…

MGMT - Me and Michael

Sounds like: True Faith, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys What's so good? I'm having a hard time using words this morning, so let's just cut straight to the facts: MGMT have sort of redone a song called “Ako at si Michael” from Filipino rock...Show More Summary

Introducing The Hublot Big Bang Depeche Mode The Singles Limited Edition

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuryes

Swiss watchmaker Hublot teamed up once again with Depeche Mode to introduce a collection of 55 unique pieces – Hublot Big Bang Depeche Mode The Singles Limited Edition, all to benefit Hublot and Depeche Mode’s charity partner charity: water. Show More Summary

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018: Radiohead Not Inducted

Rage Against the Machine, Kate Bush, Depeche Mode, and Eurythmics didn’t make the cut either

TONIGHT WE’RE GONNA PARTY LIKE IT’S 1982: A Band Without a No. 1 Hit Is Outselling Bruno Mars and Ed…

TONIGHT WE’RE GONNA PARTY LIKE IT’S 1982: A Band Without a No. 1 Hit Is Outselling Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran. Depeche Mode, the British synth-pop group formed in 1980, is having one of the most remarkable tours in modern music and its most-successful concert run ever. The band sold 1.27 million tickets through the […]

Cure, Smiths, Depeche and Bowie Tribute Bands Unite for an '80s Extravaganza

Four of L.A.'s best tribute bands join forces at the Saban on Friday, Dec. 1, for an evening of music from David Bowie and the "Holy Trinity" of '80s bands he influenced: The Smiths, The Cure and Depeche Mode.

November Pieces Of My Mind #2

Love the academic rock exactitude of the Hellacopters’ “I’m In The Band”. Blue Öyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper” famously has cowbell, but I just realised that it has lots of güiro too! Listened to Depeche Mode’s “Shake The Disease” for the first time in decades. Impressed! One of my Umeå students has got a […]

Stream In Flames’ Surprise EP Covering ’90s Hits By Depeche Mode, Alice In Chains, Chris Isaak, & Nine Inch Nails

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Gothenburg veterans In Flames are among the fathers of Sweden's soaring, triumphant melodic death metal sound. But on their new EP Down, Wicked & No Good, the band leaves that sound mostly behind for something else. The new surprise-release EP consists entirely of covers, with the band taking on the '90s modern-rock radio hits. The…

Fall Round Up: PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING in Seattle, INVSN, HAR MAR SUPERSTAR & AFGHAN WHIGS. (Including special mentions of Depeche Mode, Billy Bragg and Steve Earle)

Fall foliage and great gigs. Here's a round up of the best shows of September and October, starirng Public Service Broadcasting in Seattle, and Billy Bragg, Steve Earle, Depeche Mode, INVSN and the Afghan Whigs.

The Morning News: New York Times Posts Rubbish About Amazon and Seattle's Soul, Tires Slashed During Depeche Mode Concert

4 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Also: Unlike Seattle, Portland is trying to do something about its housing crisis. by Charles Mudede Business as usual... Charles Mudede Let Us Not Get All Nostalgic About the Days Before Amazon: Amazon did not take Seattle's soul, as the god-awful New York Times post claims. Show More Summary

Depeche Mode brought glamorous melancholy Hollywood Bowl (pics, review, setlist)

Depeche Mode are a band built for a huge venue like Hollywood Bowl -- their music all grand gestures. The band's historic four night run wraps up tonight. Continue reading…

MGMT - Little Dark Age

Sounds like: Depeche Mode, Vampire Weekend, Pond What's so good? In Buddhism it is said we are in an age called The Age of Dregs. It's a degenerate age where our afflictions run high. In some way, it's a Little Dark Age. We have created...Show More Summary

Null + Void – “Where I Wait” (Feat. Dave Gahan) Video

4 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan provides guest vocals on "Where I Wait," the latest track from his friend and longtime collaborator Kurt Uenala. Uenala is about to release Cryosleep, his debut album under the solo moniker Null + Void, and today he's shared the video for its Gahan-featuring lead single. Direced by Tim Saccenti, the…

L.A. is Depeche Mode City as first of four Bowl concerts lands with passion

The last few weeks have been fairly historic ones for the Hollywood Bowl, for better and worse. In late September, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played an acclaimed 40th anniversary three-night run at the venue. The shows turned out, sadly, to be Petty’s last. But on Thursday night, Depeche Mode...

Depeche Mode Show Their Spirit With a Marathon Hollywood Bowl Set

Over the course of a two-hour set, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher proved that they remain the best synth-pop live act in the business.

Return of the ’80s! Synth-Pop Bands Stage a Middle-Aged Comeback

4 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

Pioneering electronic music bands like Depeche Mode, New Order, Alphaville and Erasure have released new material. It's like the 80s all over again.

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