Air's Heaven Hammer (Missing) recalls Human League, 8 Bit's Ghetto Malfunction (Hell Yes) could be Depeche
Mode, and El-P's Scarecrow is haunted by Duran Duran.
YOU wait 20-odd years for a Depeche
Mode solo album a and then two of them turn up at the same time!
| STEP back to the era of Human League, Depeche
Mode, Soft Cell and Tears For Fears on Friday, May 24, as the fabulous Electro '80s and New Romantic royalty take Camp and Furnace back in time for a night of glorious synth-pop.
Headlining the event this year was the likes of Kasabian, Depeche
Mode, Liam Gallagher, The Killers and Van Morrison.
Headliners taking to the stage during the weekend will be Kasabian, Depeche
Mode, Liam Gallagher and The Killers with other highlights including Travis, Van Morrison, Blossoms, James Bay and The Script.
Mode, The Killers and Kasabian will also headline the event in June, which will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first festival in 1968.
Synth-rock legends Depeche
Mode are heading this way next week and we predict it to be one of the best gigs of the year.
"It was all for fun and then we got an opportunity to record some of our stuff and it got into the hands of Stevo Pearce, who was setting up Some Bizarre Records and included one of our tracks on a sampler album which also had Depeche
INCREDIBLE, never-before-seen images of U2 and Depeche
Mode playing a venue in Cardiff in the early 1980s have been unearthed by an amateur photographer.
THEY'RE two of the biggest bands on the planet, but back in the early '80s both U2 and Depeche
Mode were relative unknowns, yet to achieve superstar status.