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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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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,…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »
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…   Read Story »