James Nicholas Rogers-Gahan , Dave Gahan - New York premiere of '10 Cloverfield Lane' at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 theater - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Tuesday 8th March 2016
There's always 'life on Mars' for Dave Gahan.
Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan has come a long way since his eighties hey-day with the synthpop band, and is now involved in a collective of a different species; Soulsavers unites elements of blues and soul within its electronic framework, but that's not all that's influenced Gahan on latest album 'Angels & Ghosts'.
Dave Gahan teams up with the Soulsavers for 'Angels & Ghosts'
The album was released by Dave Gahan & Soulsavers in October 2015 and marks their second collaboration after 2012's 'The Light the Dead See'. It has received a positive reaction so far, with much of the lyrics expressing disillusionment with the world as it is, yet with a very strong undercurrent of hope.
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Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher of Depeche Mode hit the UK on their 'Delta Machine' tour.
Depeche Mode landed in London during the summer European leg of their 2013-2014 world tour in the first of two consecutive concerts at the O2 Arena.
The Basildon synthpop legends, singer Dave Gahan, guitarist Martin Gore and keyboardist Andy Fletcher, took to the stage last night (May 28th 2013) with much zeal after a string of European performances. They are even performing a second set at the same venue tonight - a rare deal, as a closer look at their touring schedule reveals that they're not as young as they used to be and are taking at least one day off in between gigs. Opening for them last night was pop producer How To Dress Well (aka Tom Krell) while tonight they will be supported by Danish electronic producer Trentemøller. If they are anything like last night, the show will be as captivating as the trio ever have been.
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Dave Gahan - Depeche Mode performing live at the O2 Arena - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 28th May 2013
Depeche Mode are annoyed by "some of the bands who have won" a BRIT Award because they have not been as successful as them.
Depeche Mode are annoyed by "some of the bands who have won" a BRIT Award.
The most successful electronic band in music history only have a solitary BRIT Award under their belt yet have sold over 100 million albums and singles worldwide, but they feel let down they have never been given a Lifetime Achievement award, which has been given to bands including Spice Girls and Status Quo in the past.
Multi-instrumentalist Andy Fletcher said: "It annoys us when you see some of the bands who have won it."
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The deluxe edition of the new Depeche Mode album Delta Machine will include four new tracks and a 28 page hardcover book, which will include photos by Anton Corbjin, who has long been a collaborator of the band’s.
Released on March 25th, the album was recorded over the last year in Santa Barbara, California and New York City. Martin Gore and Dave Gahan have both revealed that the creation of Delta Machine was a daunting prospect for them.
“I wanted the sound of this collection to be very modern,” says Gore. “I want people to feel good about listening to this record, to get some kind of peace. It's just got something magical about." Gahan added “With this release we've completely shifted our idea of how to create an album. When we hit a wall where we realise the album is beginning to sound too normal, we'll mess it up and really give it that organic Depeche Mode Sound. Delta Machine is no different, and I can't wait for all of our fans to hear it."
Dave Gahan Sunday 4th December 2011 The Cinema Society and Piaget screening of 'W.E.' at the Museum of Modern Art New York City, USA
Date of birth
9th May, 1962