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David Bowie – “Ashes To Ashes”
Showtime has released a trailer for their recently released documentary, Finding Fame, which sees David Bowie reflecting on the early days of his career. The trailer comes packed with clips of Bowie in mime makeup from 1967’s The Mask, playing with an acoustic guitar, and posing for photographs. “I’ve always been a very curious and enthusiastic person,” Bowie says in the clip. “I’ve just had to accept that I was a person that had a very short attention spand and would move from one thing to another quite rapidly and then I got bored with the other.”
Beastie Boys – “No Sleep Till Brooklyn”
In March, Beastie Boys members Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz and Michael “Mike D” Diamond featured in the documentary dedicated to the 25th anniversary of their album Ill Communication. The band also released new versions of their albums To the 5 Boroughs and Paul’s Boutique, and now they are releasing vinyl reissues of all three of these albums. The 180-gram vinyl editions will have a variety of new colours and many limited-edition options. All the reissues are due out on October 4th. You can pre-order them here.
Iggy Pop – “The Passenger”
Iggy Pop has released a video for “James Bond,” the latest single from his upcoming album Free. The video, directed by Simon Taylor and shot in Miami at Sweat Records, was released last night. The video centers on Iggy Pop as he sings directly into the camera. The song features Faith Vern, who also appears in the video.
The Cure – “The Love Cats”
There is much anticipation for The Cure’s upcoming CURÆTION-25 anniversary release, so the band has given fans a taste of what’s to come with a video of their performance of the classic “Disintegration” from London’s Meltdown Festival last year. The Cure closed Meltdown festival with two sets last year. The first set was called “From There to Here,” in which they played one song from each studio album in chronological order, totalling 13 tracks. During the second set, they played another set of thirteen tracks, but in reverse order.
Peter Gabriel – “Solsbury Hill”
A photo book titled Peter Gabriel: A Life In Vision is set to be published later this year, and it will explore the legendary artist’s career from his time in Genesis to now. The book is set for release on October 18th, and ill feature several unpublished photographs. “Never one to stand still, Gabriel has constantly reinvented himself, never afraid to experiment and explore new musical avenues,” the synopsis explains. The catch is that the book will be limited to only 1000 copies!