Lina Lecaro Dave Gahan feels it at Nokia.Happy Birthday Dave Gahan! The Depeche Mode singer turns 49 today, but he came frighteningly close to never seeing this milestone. Fifteen years ago, he in fact died from an overdose at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood and was brought back to life ... More >>
Liz OhanesianAlan Wilder backstage at the El Rey Friday night, Alan Wilder brought his long-running electronic music project Recoil to the El Rey. For fans of the former Depeche Mode member's work, it was a momentous occasion. This was Wilder's first tour since he left Depeche Mode in the mid ... More >>
When we saw this video of Alan Wilder playing piano as Martin Gore sang "Somebody" on Facebook this morning, we thought it was some Depeche Mode fan inside-joke. After all, Wilder left the band about fifteen years ago and any speculation that he may someday return to the fold, even for one night, se ... More >>
Depeche Mode ought to reach out and touch British filmmakers Nick Abrahams and Jeremy Deller for making the most loving and life-affirming documentary about their fans. First off, Trent Reznor pops up for a sizeable interview, and when the elusive Mr. Self Destruct talks about his influences, you dr ... More >>
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Depeche Mode at the Hollywood Bowl, Aug. 16
You needn't look back at the Rose Bowl in 1988 or the West Hollywood record store riot of 1990 to measure Depeche Mode's relationship with our city. Those kinds of things are for the history bo ... More >>
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Timothy NorrisHollywood Babylon: Depeche Mode clogs up the corridor.
By Paul Rogers
Face it, Depeche Mode are a duo. Sure, the English electro-pop vets have that other bloke hanging about, manning his hi-tech station with all the panache of a t ... More >>
(All photos by Timothy Norris. Click photos for entire slideshow)Seven albums and seventeen years into their career, Oasis still doesn't seem to have listened to a record made after 1973. The band's recently-released Dig Out Your Soul offers echoes of their era-soundtrack second album, 1995's (Wha ... More >>