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As we continue our series examining the devoted men and women shedding blood, sweat and tears for Sony Legacy, we have the immense privilege of introducing you to Digital Marketing Manager David ‘Goose’ Goosen…Read more
22 years on from the original UK house blueprint comes a remastered 3LP edition and UK tour…Read more
While multi-media promotion is a regular fixture of 21st century life, this was an entirely new concept three decades ago…Read more
The first single from the game-changing ‘Music For The Masses’ (re-released on vinyl this month) ‘Strangelove’s brooding synth and dissonant vocals set the tone for much of Depeche Mode’s future output.Read more
It’s 30 years since Roy Orbison’s iconic ’87 comeback gig and you can finally experience the show from hundreds of unseen angles with ‘Black & White Night 30’, out February 24.Read more
One of the great rock’n’roll ‘what-ifs’ is pondering what The Psychdelic Furs would’ve sounded like had they actually managed to secure David Bowie to occupy the producer’s chair for their third studio album, ‘Forever Now’.Read more
The 14th Depeche Mode studio album, ‘Spirit’ is the band’s first new release for four years. It’s out on March 17 and the excitement is palpable…Read more
Nine albums up for grabs…Read more
Today sees a whole host of classic 180 gsm vinyl from our Artist of the Month, the excitingly innovative Depeche Mode, reissued at a very special price.Read more
The second single from the duo’s tenth album, ‘Private Eyes’, ‘I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)’ by Hall & Oates became a planet-straddling smash hit upon its release in 1981.Read more