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Here, let's play a game. Try to imagine David Bowie's entire career as a single line (it's a long line). Our line follows him from song to song, album to album, through every character he's ever…   Read Story »
For reasons presumably unrelated to Davie Bowie's triumphant recent reemergence, the veteran indie singer-songwriter and studio rat John Vanderslice has covered Bowie's stone-classic 1974 album…   Read Story »
Four and a half years ago, I was working at a startup music website that never ended up launching; the parent company decided that it wasn't worth the investment and laid all of us off. But for…   Read Story »
There were too many music videos this week. I had to devote a huge chunk to yesterday afternoon just watching all the ones I'd missed. And worse, there were too many good ones. How is anyone supposed…   Read Story »
At the year's beginning, David Bowie made a whole lot of people happy by announcing the imminent release of The Next Day, his first studio album in a decade. We've already posted the early tracks…   Read Story »
David Bowie announced his imminent new album The Next Day, his first in 10 years, with a new song and video called "Where Are We Now?" The song was strong, but the video was absolute muddled…   Read Story »
Well, Beck wins music videos for the day, probably for the week provided Kanye doesn't release "Runaway II" or something. While last week it didn't seem like Beck could get any more mad with…   Read Story »
David Bowie's new album, The Next Day, is due out 3/12 via Columbia Records. So far, he's released one single, "Where Are We Now?" Today NME reports that another track is on the way. On Facebook this…   Read Story »
There is so much going on here, I can hardly wrap my head around the whole thing. Beck and 160+ musicians have recorded a new, multi-instrument, yodel-filled version of David Bowie's "Sound And…   Read Story »
Apparently, the American automotive industry isn't doing that badly, since Lincoln appears to be spending a whole ton of money on a new series of reinterpreted art pieces called "Hello, Again." And…   Read Story »