Yesterday was Duran Duran appreciation day, and to mark it properly, the band took a picture of themselves hard at work on their new album with producers Mark Ronson and their old friend (and guitar demon) Nile Rodgers.
It seems British celebrities are not quite as reserved as they may have you believe, especially when faced with a massive wad of notes.
The ’80s was the decade of the music video, what with MTV and the rise of the aristocratic pop star that refused to flog their wares in TV studios all over the world. And it’s fair to say that the British pop acts realised …
What, there are things on TV this week other than Doctor Who? Indeed, but very few events in the coming days will inspire as much Anglophile fervor than the series’ sixth season premiere on Saturday, April 23.
Fresh from their recent star-studded webcast gig in Los Angeles, Duran Duran paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night (March 30).
Do you ever find yourself reading a new story in an internal monologue which rises in incredulous pitch with each passing word? Yeah, us too.
What’s British on U.S. TV this week?
The Go! Team returns after a near-four year hiatus to release its third studio album, Rolling Blackouts, out today (February 1) in the U.S.
Out this week is the fantastic new album from London’s White Lies. Produced by Alan Moulder (Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails), the 10-song set that is Ritual builds upon the swarthy alt-rock trio’s 2008 debut, To Lose My …
Out today is the new album from English new wave legends Duran Duran. All You Need Is Now marks the quartet’s 13th studio album, which is being hailed a solid return to form à la their 1982 classic LP, Rio.