Posts tagged music
Posts tagged music
This has already made the rounds but I can’t NOT share a new David Bowie video. Especially one so macabre and features Marion Cotillard & Gary Oldman
David Bowie isn’t doing press for his latest album, The Next Day. But Rick Moody persuaded the man to create a work-flow diagram of sorts for the album; consisting of a list of 42 words that relate to the album.
A remix mixtape of songs from childish gambino’s “culdesac” and “camp”
FOR MUSIC AND GRAPHIC WORK
David Bowie’s ‘The Next Day’ Debuts #1 on Charts in 12 Countries and Tops iTunes Chart in Over 60 Countries
First Album in Decade Sparks Passionate Global Response
New York, NY – March 20, 2013 – David Bowie’s new album ‘The Next Day’ (ISO/Columbia Records) has debuted at #1 in the U.K., Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Sweden and Switzerland a week after its release, and has topped the iTunes chart in over 60 countries across the world. The album is scoring landmarks for Bowie, including his highest-ever chart position in the U.S. (#2), and the title-holder as the fastest-selling album of the year so far in the U.K.
‘The Next Day’ has already achieved Gold status in the U.K., Austria, France, Ireland, Poland and Sweden, is the musician’s first-ever #1 in Germany, Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland and is his first #1 album in the U.K., Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland and New Zealand in decades.
‘The Next Day,’ which was written by Bowie and co-produced with long-term collaborator Tony Visconti, also skyrocketed to the top of iTunes charts in over 60 countries across the world after its release. (Full list of countries at bottom of press release.) Worldwide critical acclaim for ‘The Next Day’ has paralleled the album’s chart-topping successes. Bowie’s triumphant return from a decade-long hiatus has been embraced by critics as a “masterpiece” (The New York Times, USA) and “the greatest comeback album ever.” (The Independent, UK)
Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman are the perfect couple. One can only strive to reach such levels of greatness with another.
Here they are (along with Stephanie Hunt) performing the classic, “Smell Yo Dick”.
Beck’s reimagining of David Bowie’s “Sound and Vision” now available online!
Beck and David Campbell are reimagining the composition of David Bowie’s classic tune, “Sound and Vision.” The performance itself is far from traditional, with more than 150 musicians coming together to play a set list from a series of rotating platforms. Watch them prepare to create a literal experience of surround sound for a private audience on February 5, and for the online world on February 10.
To experience the performance coming together, visit www.hello-again.com.
David Bowie and Beck combined? Be still my beating heart. The only thing that would guarantee its perfection is if Bowie himself made a guest appearance.
Tad confused about when the performance will actually become available. Video description says the 10th but the website has a countdown leading to this afternoon…
“You’ll never guess what lurks deep within the center of the Earth…”
New song by The Strokes released. “One Way Trigger”. Not sure how I feel about it yet…might like it more if it were an octave or two lower