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Apparently there are companies dedicated to managing and monetizing fan clubs for celebrities, and one of them called Worldwide Fan Clubs once counted Duran Duran among its clients. Not anymore; The…   Read Story »
The Duran Duran tribute compilation Making Patterns Rhyme comes out next week, and we've already posted a bunch of songs from it: Moby doing "Rio," Warpaint doing "The Chauffeur," Carina Round doing…   Read Story »
Manimal Record's charity album Making Patterns Rhyme: A Tribute to Duran Duran comes out next week and we've already heard Moby's version of "Rio" and Warpaint's cover of "The Chauffeur." Next up is…   Read Story »
Manimal Vinyl's Duran Duran tribute album Making Patterns Rhyme: A Tribute To Duran Duran has already given us Moby's full-scale renovation of "Rio." Now here's Warpaint's take on "The Chauffeur,"…   Read Story »
Among the contributors to Manimal Vinyl's upcoming Duran Duran tribute comp Making Patterns Rhyme are Warpaint, Little Dragon, Austra, Juliette Lewis, Crocodiles, and Moby. America's favorite bald…   Read Story »
Here's an odd case that mixes music licensing with murder and intrigue, much like sprinkling granola into a plastic cup full of fermented dairy product. Duran Duran issued a statement Saturday…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Grimes' label 4AD says she is not participating in this tribute... Making Patterns Rhyme: A Tribute To Duran Duran is coming early next year via Manimal Vinyl, the label that previously…   Read Story »
It's been an absolutely devastating couple of days around here, so we hope this mix can be a thing you can put on and feel a sense of normalcy, or comfort. Who wouldn't be comforted by those lips,…   Read Story »
This Halloween, Marissa Nadler is gonna be Daniel Johnston. And Duran Duran! The Boston-based experimental folk singer dropped covers of songs by both artists today. The Johnston cover, "Devil Town,"…   Read Story »
It's been 30 years since Duran Duran's first release and subsequent world-beating ways, crafting a sleek, designer-pop that sounded expensive and fashionable, indulgent and sexy and just a bit…   Read Story »