Depeche Mode

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Post your questions for Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan
As the singer readies his cover versions of Neil Young, PJ Harvey and more for new album Imposter, he’s all set to take on your questions

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

13, Oct, 2021 @1:30 PM

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‘They had soul’: Anton Corbijn on 40 years shooting Depeche Mode
He thought they were pop lightweights – then turned them into moody megastars. The photographer recalls his adventures with the band, from desert trips to drug-induced near-death experiences

Alexis Petridis

01, Jun, 2021 @5:00 AM

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How Depeche Mode (almost) became my own personal Jesus
I thought I was a true fan of the synth-rock giants, but a convention showed me that I preferred music as a solo experience

Dorian Lynskey

10, Mar, 2021 @1:00 PM

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From the Band to Beyoncé: concert films to fill the live music black hole
Ahead of what would have been Glastonbury weekend, we pick the documentaries that best recreate the magic of gigs and festivals

Dorian Lynskey

21, Jun, 2020 @7:00 AM

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020: Whitney Houston, Depeche Mode and more inducted
Notorious BIG, T Rex, Nine Inch Nails and the Doobie Brothers all join US repository of the pop canon

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

15, Jan, 2020 @2:44 PM

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A huge band, with a cool crowd from a ringside seat? Head for the cinema
Director Anton Corbijn says his Depeche Mode concert movie is part of a growing wave of one-night-only filmed music events

Vanessa Thorpe

02, Nov, 2019 @1:29 PM

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Sterile or stirring? Britain's love-hate relationship with new towns
Paternalistic social engineering or make-Britain-great-again utopianism? A new archive film compilation takes a look at the UK’s controversial postwar towns

Steve Rose

15, May, 2019 @11:30 AM

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'It was like working in a mill, but with drugs': how indie labels reinvented British music
It’s 40 years since Rough Trade, Mute and Factory Records used an anti-industry attitude to give a voice to the likes of Joy Division and Depeche Mode. The labels’ founders recall why they had to rip things up and start again

Daniel Dylan Wray

29, Nov, 2018 @2:00 PM

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What, no Whitney? The biggest Rock & Roll Hall of Fame snubs ever – ranked!
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame recognises the world’s greatest popular music stars – except for the ones it doesn’t, from Kate Bush to Kraftwerk

Alexis Petridis

19, Apr, 2018 @11:00 AM

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Michael Jackson, George Michael, Prince and more: readers share their favourite albums turning 30
To commemorate Michael Jackson’s Bad album turning 30 this week, we asked you for other albums from 1987 that still mean something to you

Guardian readers and Tom Stevens

30, Aug, 2017 @1:08 PM

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How hate groups tried (and failed) to co-opt popular culture
Neo-Nazis have attempted to use 80s John Carpenter movie They Live, Depeche Mode and Johnny Cash but they’ve been met with industry outrage

Charles Bramesco

22, Aug, 2017 @3:51 PM

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From Portishead to Scarface: Vince Staples on his favourite songwriters
He’s the rapper and former gang member who resists every gangsta cliche – so his music taste naturally extends from Depeche Mode to Lil Boosie and 99 Red Balloons

Dorian Lynskey

29, Jun, 2017 @4:56 PM

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