Tag Archive: David Bowie

[WATCH] ARCADE FIRE: ‘Reflektor’ [Dir. Anton Corbijn]

Today is officially Arcade Fire Hype Day: the group released their epic 7-minute single ‘Reflektor’, two new videos for the track, announced they will perform on the Tina Fey-hosted SNL premiere later this month, and revealed the album art for Reflektor — which has been confirmed as a double LP! Produced by James Murphy (LCD …

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[WATCH] DAVID BOWIE: ‘The Next Day’ starring Gary Oldman & Marion Cotillard

David Bowie reunites with his ‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)‘ director Floria Sigismondi and Basquiat co-star Gary Oldman in the video for ‘The Next Day’, the title track and third single from his splendid recent album. “Written and conceived” by Bowie himself, the clip is full of Christian iconography and co-stars Marion Cotillard — previously seen opposite Oldman in The …

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[WATCH] DAVID BOWIE: ‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’ starring Tilda Swinton

With the release of his comeback LP The Next Day imminent, David Bowie has treated us a new video for the album’s great second single ‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’. After the uncharacteristically murky and disappointing clip for ‘Where Are We Now?‘, Bowie is back in fine form here, teaming up with legendary director Floria Sigismondi and actress/doppelgänger Tilda Swinton. …

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DAVID BOWIE announces new LP ‘The Next Day’; releases single/video ‘Where Are We Now?’

On the day of his 66th birthday, David Bowie suddenly came out of semi-retirement with the surprising announcement that he will release a new album — The Next Day, his first in a decade and 30th overall — in March. The LP was recorded in New York with producer Tony Visconti, who worked on Bowie’s legendary …

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[Watch] THE HORRORS cover BOWIE: ‘Suffragette City’

The Horrors adeptly covered David Bowie’s classic ‘Suffragette City’ this week for Channel 4′s On Track… programme. Recorded at LDN’s Metropolis studio, it’s a nicely-shot one-take performance and lead singer Faris Badwan proves his Bowie is even better than his Beyonce.