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Watch Johnny Marr Cover Depeche Mode’s “I Feel You” In Edmonton

Johnny Marr performed in Edmonton last night and covered Depeche Mode's "I Feel You" off 1993's Songs Of Faith And Devotion. Marr premiered the cover in Missoula on Monday. This is fairly well-shot for being an amateur fan video, and it's not at all hard to hear Marr's take on the classic song, which begi… More »

By: Gabriela Tully Claymore / December 4, 2014

The Best Soundtrack Moments Of October 2014: The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, White Bird In A Blizzard, Gone Girl, & More

It's finally the time of year where there are more movies in theaters than I have time to see, especially in NYC with earlier premieres. That's not a bad place to be, because a lot of them have been good and a lot of them have used music well. It was only once I'd finished… More »

By: Ryan Leas / November 1, 2014

Watch Depeche Mode Play “Enjoy The Silence” From New Live In Berlin Concert Film

Depeche Mode employed longtime visual director Anton Corbijn to film two concerts at O2 World Berlin last November, and he's compiling his footage into a new concert film called Live In Berlin. The movie's out on DVD 11/17, but the band shared a clip of "Enjoy The Silence" to stoke our anticipation. And it does! More »

By: Chris DeVille / October 24, 2014

Depeche Mode – “My Little Universe (Boys Noize Remix)” (Stereogum Premiere)

Whether we're talking football or world war, Germany and England traditionally don't get along all that well, but German bass producer Boys Noize feels like a perfect choice to remix Depeche Mode's dreary synthpop. That's exactly what Boys Noize has done, transforming "My Little Universe" from Depeche's 2013 LP Delta Machine into a booming, skittering,… More »

By: Chris DeVille / June 3, 2014

SixToes – “Low Guns” (Feat. Dave Gahan) Video (Stereogum Premiere)

The word "cinematic" gets tossed around a lot for the sake of musical hyperbole, but it's a fine fit for the awkwardly named London outfit SixToes, especially when their ornately dramatic folk-rock is set to a video like this one. The visuals for "Low Guns," the sextet's recent collaboration with Depeche Mode singer Dave Gaha… More »

By: Chris DeVille / November 7, 2013

Photos: Austin City Limits 2013

The first of two Austin City Limits weekends took place in Zilker Park over the weekend, with performances by Depeche Mode, the Cure, Kings Of Leon, Atoms For Peace, Phoenix, Wilco, Vampire Weekend, the National, Queens Of The Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, Grimes, HAIM, and dozens more. Check out photos from the festival by More »

By: Stereogum / October 7, 2013

Photos: Depeche Mode @ Staples Center, Los Angeles 10/2/13

Depeche Mode capped an impressive three night run at the Staples Center in the midst of their tour for their latest album, Delta Machine. Dave Gahan owned the stage with his assortment of twirls and effective use of the microphone stand, as his stage presence is in a league of its own. Martin Gore… More »

By: Andrew Youssef / October 3, 2013

Depeche Mode – “Should Be Higher” Live Video

Even if you're the type who doesn't go to too many arena-sized shows, Depeche Mode is the sort of bigger band you should seriously consider going to see when they're near you. Their catalog is lousy with classics, and even when they're playing newer songs, they bring the sort of presence that you can't fake. More »

By: Tom Breihan / August 22, 2013

Ghost B.C. – “Waiting for the Night” (Depeche Mode Cover)

The theatrical Swedish metal band Ghost B.C. have already shown that they have a way with the incongruous cover song; we posted their version of Abba's "I'm A Marionette" back in January. And apparently, the Japanese version of their new album Infestissumam includes a cover of Depeche Mode's gloomy 1990 synth ballad "WaitingMore »

By: Tom Breihan / May 24, 2013

Depeche Mode – “Soothe My Soul” Video

If one had to invent a film genre for Depeche Mode's "Sooth My Soul" video, perhaps it would be New Wave Voyeurism. The black and white clip plays like a choppy, living slideshow, all square-shaped peep holes viewing the band performing in shadows, slithering snakes and glimpses of naked bodies -- although, primarily stomachs,… More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / March 28, 2013

Stream Depeche Mode Delta Machine

At this point, Depeche Mode are pretty much new-wave synthpop's Rolling Stones. They have such a deep and unfuckwithable catalog of hits that they could continue touring arenas until their bodies just completely give up. Nobody really needs them to keep recording new music, and yet they keep doing it. Their latest album Delta MachineMore »

By: Tom Breihan / March 19, 2013

Depeche Mode – “Soothe My Soul”

Depeche Mode's new album Delta Machine looms, and the band has already been making the late-night TV rounds, playing the brooding first single "Heaven." And now they've finally let loose with another song from the album. "Soothe My Soul" is a shimmering, glammy synth-rock stomp, with some of the driving grandeur of mid-period Depeche… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 15, 2013

Watch Depeche Mode’s Live On Letterman Webcast

Last night, weathered synth-rock legends Depeche Mode did musical-guest honors on the Late Show With David Letterman, brooding their way through the new single "Heaven." And while they were on the premises, they also recorded a 48-minute concert for the Live On Letterman video series, playing a grip of songs from their new album… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 12, 2013

Watch Depeche Mode Play “Heaven” Live

We've heard the song and seen the video, and now here's footage of British new wave pioneers Depeche Mode playing their slow and portentous new single "Heaven" live in studio. For what you'd have to call a studio band, Depeche Mode have long been pretty great at projecting a certain gravity live, and… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 14, 2013

Depeche Mode – “Heaven” Video

Depeche Mode have a new album called Delta Machine on the way, and a couple of days ago we heard the dramatic lead single "Heaven." And now here's the video, from director Timothy Saccenti, in which the band, playing in a dusty old church, co-stars alongside skulls and druid-robed aliens and ghost… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 1, 2013

Depeche Mode – “Heaven”

Last week, Depeche Mode announced a forthcoming new album called Delta Machine, and today they're giving us its first single. "Heaven" is a moany, turgid electro ballad, and it's closer to a lighters-up arena ballad than the dark, playful things that even the band's last few albums have brought. It doesn't exactly fill me… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 30, 2013

Depeche Mode Delta Machine Details

Depeche Mode, the synthpop originators who became dark-pop elder statesman, have just announced plans for a new studio album, the follow-up to 2009's Sounds Of The Universe. The new one is called Delta Machine, and hopefully that title does not imply that they're trying to make electronic blues now. Ben Hillier produced the album, and… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 24, 2013

Watch Röyksopp & Susanne Sundfør Cover Depeche Mode, Debut “Running To The Sea” On Norwegian TV

On a recent episode of the Norwegian TV show Lydverket, Röyksopp, the superstar electronic duo who call Norway home, teamed with vocalist Susanne Sundfør and a crew of mechanistic drummer-boys to play a couple of songs. Together, they covered "Ice Machine," a 1981 Depeche Mode B-side, and they also debuted a heartsick new track… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 3, 2012

The 10 Best Depeche Mode Songs

The singular genius of Depeche Mode's music might be the way their songs inspire a gut-wrenching personal response. The best music is, of course, meant to do this, but when Depeche Mode started their career in the early '80s, pop music was as expendable as it was in the 1950s: a product meant for easy… More »

By: Justin M. Norton / November 7, 2012

Listen To A New Depeche Mode Song

At a news conference in Paris today, Depeche Mode confirmed dates of a 2013 European tour and debuted a new song from their forthcoming release. The album is due sometime next year; though no date has been set, it's probably safe to assume it will drop sometime in early May, based on the tour kickoff. More »

By: Michael Nelson / October 23, 2012
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