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Depeche Mode's Martin Gore poses for an amazing selfie with tribute act They say never meet your heroes. But one 80’s tribute act singer got to do just that. With a brilliant selfie to prove it
Depeche Mode, Pogues Producer Unloads Tribeca Loft for $5.42 Million The couple paid $2.456 million for the co-op, which is housed in a former olive oil and feta factory, in 2005; it's unclear whether they received a discount back then due to any lingering, er, Mediterranean aroma.
Comments Richard "Boogeyman" Martinez, a three-year veteran of the Freak Show (an eight-member break-dance crew), says the local b-boy culture will not accept anything rock-edged.
VIDEO: Star guest awol at Kraftwerk course Kraftwerk's Wolfgang Flür is a notable absentee at the World's first academic conference on the German group
April Towers - 'No Corruption' Stylish black and white clip... Hailing from Nottingham, April Towers introduced themselves with 2014’s single ‘Arcadia’. Glistening synth pop with a dramatic flair, the group recalled those early Depeche Mode singles, or even Hot Chip’s darker moments. New single ‘No Corruption’ has been picked up by Radio 1, and it will only enhance their reputation. Brooding electronic melodies are matched to ...
New Order English rock band confirm new album release The band will be releasing the album on Mute, home to an array of synth-y electronic artists like Zola Jesus, Arca and Depeche Mode.
Erasure revels in synth-pop roots for new year Erasure a year ago released a Christmas album, but with the latest holiday season upon us, the duo's biggest surprise was not a Yuletide carol but a celebration of synth-pop's roots.
KCRW Presents: Trentemøller The Danish producer interacts with his band in a way that's organic and purposeful. Watch their studio performance of "Come Undone."
PROFILE Croatian President Josipovic: Many talents, no charisma By Boris Babic, dpa
Pop 'robots' Kraftwerk kick off shows at Berlin landmark German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk kicked off eight nights of concerts at an iconic Berlin museum Tuesday with a multimedia performance of their classic album "Autobahn".
Originally a product of Britain's New Romantic movement, Depeche Mode went on to become the quintessential electro-pop band of the 1980s; one of the first acts to establish a musical identity based completely around the use of synthesizers, Depeche Mode began their existence as a bouncy dance-pop outfit but gradually developed a darker, more dramatic sound which ultimately positioned Depeche Mode as one of the most successful alternative bands of their era.
The roots of Depeche Mode dated to 1976, when Basildon, England-based keyboardists Vince Clarke and Andrew Fletcher first teamed to form the group No Romance in China. Depeche Mode proved short-lived, and by 1979 Clarke had formed French Look, another duo featuring guitarist/keyboardist Martin Gore; Fletcher soon signed on, and the group rechristened itself Composition of Sound. Initially, Clarke handled vocal chores, but in 1980 singer David Gahan was brought in to complete the lineup; after one final name change to Depeche Mode, Depeche Mode jettisoned all instruments excluding their synthesizers, honing a slick, techno-based sound to showcase Clarke's catchy melodies.