They’re both huge fans.
Prestigious US music festival Austin City Limits has closed a day early this year after the second weekend of the event was pelted with what Thom Yorke called a “storm to end all storms”. Many high-profile acts were unable to perform, with some taking to Twitter to vent their frustration. A bit of rain never
UPDATE: The first Future Music Festival 2014 lineup is here! Future Music Festival have been getting the ball rolling on the hype for their 2014 lineup this week, labelling next year’s event a “blockbuster”, and now it looks like we might have our first act set for the touring festival as well. On its official
Depeche Mode‘s first album in 4 years, Delta Machine, is almost upon us, but if the follow-up to 2009’s Sounds of the Universe still feels 4 years away, then perhaps this behind-the-scenes video will appease you. Posted by Rolling Stone, the clip sees Depeche Mode give an insight as to how the band writes and
Genre-defining EDM icons Depeche Mode are clearly pretty chuffed on their latest studio album Delta Machine, so much so that with still a week to go before you get your hands on it, the band have pulled back the sheet, revealing the album in its entirety. You can listen to it right now.
Depeche Mode vocalist Dave Gahan has told Entertainment Weekly that the band recently crossed paths with Frank Ocean. As Gahan explained, the chance meeting led to Ocean working with Depeche Mode member Martin Gore on a new track that Gahan suspects will turn up on Ocean’s new album: “We were in the studio in New
In an exciting turn of events, UK electronic outfit Depeche Mode are set to release their eagerly anticipated album in March of next year. The yet-to-be-titled album will be the first in four years after their 2009 release of Sounds of the Universe. The impending release comes just in time for the European festival circuit,
Slipknot’s frontman Corey Taylor may have Bieber Fever but Depeche Mode guitarist Martin Gore isn’t softening his stance on prefab pop stars and the powers that promote them. In a recent interview with Music Week, Gore has taken aim at ex-American Idol judge and X-Factor creator Simon Cowell for crimes against music. “I’m not advocating
Depeche Mode have announced that fans can expect a new album and world tour from the English electronic trio next year. As reported by Consequence of Sound, Depeche Mode members Martin Gore, Andy Fletcher and Dave Gahan revealed their plans during a recent webcast press conference from Paris, France. The currently untitled album will be
In some of the most exciting music news to come out so far this year, Depeche Mode chief songwriter Martin Gore has told The Quietus that the band have started work on a new album, the follow-up to 2009’s unfortunately titled Sounds Of The Universe. Set to enter the studio on March this year, Gore
VCMG aka. Martin Gore and Vince Clarke, both founding members of electronic band Depeche Mode have announced their new album, named Ssss, after releasing their debut single Spock back in December. The album will be released via Mute on the 13th of March, and have 10 tracks (which you can see below) Having been on
VCMG aka. Martin Gore and Vince Clarke, both founding members of electronic band Depeche Mode before Clarke parted ways early in their career, have released their debut single Spock, which will appear on their upcoming EP coming out later this month. Having been on the ground for Depeche Mode’s launch to stardom, Clarke then left
Depeche Mode co-founders Martin Gore and Vince Clarke have reunited after 30 years to form a new techno act called VCMG.
Interesting news for fans of original 80s electronica: the two founding members of Depeche Mode are working side-by-side for the first time in many years. Yes, Martin Gore and Vince Clarke are working on a new album.
Having endured in the music industry for over 30 years, releasing 12 albums and selling in excess of 100 million copies as well as performing to over 30 million people over their touring career, Depeche Mode are inarguable one of the most successful bands of the past 50 years. Their influence can be seen in