Tag: David Bowie
Hear Sky Ferreira Cover David Bowie’s “All the Madmen”
Ferreira shared a lost recording of the single over the weekend in celebration of Bowie’s birthday.
Five Years, Five Points of Light: Celebrating the Life of David Bowie Half a Decade After Losing Him
Mike Garson, Michael C. Hall, Duran Duran’s Simon Le Bon, and more discuss their multimedia celebrations of Bowie on what would have been his 74th birthday.
Arcade Fire’s Win Butler Reveals Thank You Gift He Bought for David Bowie
Because Bowie died before the gift was sent, the eerily prescient painting now hangs in Butler’s bedroom.
The Trailer for the David Bowie Biopic “Stardust” Is Here
Marc Maron appears as the one music exec who believes in a pre-Ziggy Bowie.
David Bowie Live Stream Announced, Trent Reznor, Billy Corgan, and More to Perform
Watch the digital tribute on January 8, when Bowie would’ve turned 74.
Kristeen Young Unearths David Bowie Collaboration for Her Forthcoming Record Store Day Release
Hear “American Landfill,” a reworking of the art-rock songwriter’s 2003 Bowie-featuring “Saviour.”
FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2020 Part 1: Bowie, Gorillaz, Denzel Curry, and More
RSD’s pandemic-necessitated three-part event kicks off this weekend—we talked to co-creator Michael Kurtz about what to expect, as well as preview twelve releases we’re excited for.
Iggy Pop, “The Bowie Years”
Together, Bowie and Pop all but forged a raw, sketchy, true alternative sound.
The Variations of David Bowie: Inside Two New Classical Takes
Cellist Maya Beiser and pianist Mike Garson discuss translating the artist’s work into something new.
FLOOD Essentials: February 2020 feat. Best Coast, Caribou, Banoffee, and More
Our recommendations from a short month that feels long.
LISTEN: David Bowie Goes “Nuts” on Previously Unreleased 1996 Track
The tune is from new streaming EP, “Is It Any Wonder?”
Looking Back at David Bowie’s First U.S. Show in Cleveland in 1972
On his birthday, an unearthed Ziggy Stardust show preview and video from Bowie’s historic American debut.
The 2010s: The 10 Most Fantastic Farewell Albums of the Decade
Listing the swan songs of those who are gone but certainly not forgotten.
“The Man Who Fell to Earth” Is Going to Be a TV Series
The 1976 David Bowie vehicle is heading to CBS All Access.
There’s a New Video for David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”
On the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, NASA debuted a sleek new visual for the 1969 single.
Fifty Years of “Space Oddity”
New releases and a star-studded NASA event commemorate one of David Bowie’s most enduring songs.
On This Day: David Bowie and Iggy Pop Got Arrested for Weed
Watch a vintage video of Bowie talking to reporters after his March 1976 arraignment.
Who’s the Guy Playing David Bowie in New Biopic “Stardust”?
Marc Maron and Jena Malone will star in the new movie about a pre-“Ziggy Stardust” Bowie.
David Bowie, “Loving the Alien [1983–1988]”
Modern art music’s greatest crooner still sounds full-bloodedly theatrical and possessed of endless sensuality.
Reconsidering Rear Window Ethics in TV’s First Golden Age
What we can learn about obsession, voyeurism, and coaxploitation from watching Jimmy Stewart watch TV.
Aaron M. Olson of LA Takedown Offers Up His Ten Favorite Film Scores
Wanna see movies of your dreams? Look no further.
All My Life: Vic Chesnutt at the Limit
Singing the praises of the undersung singer-songwriter.
The Inauguration Day Cure
Prescriptions for coping with your very rational fears.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016
Great year for music, terrible year for everything else.
Stardust Memories: Revisiting the Sound and Vision of Nicolas Roeg, David Bowie, and “The Man Who Fell to Earth”
On its fortieth anniversary, the sci-fi classic is getting a 4K re-release. Here, the earthlings involved—including cinematographer Tony Richmond and Bowie’s co-star Candy Clark—talk about the moment the star became a man.
Announcing FLOOD 5, Available Now for Physical Purchase and Free Download
Featuring cover stories on Daveed Diggs and Angel Olsen.
The Hosts Are Leaving Us Cure: Friendly Faces to Ease the Transition Into a Mel and Sue–less World
“The Great British Bake Off” is losing its two lovely hosts, but [author has something in eye, pauses, swears, composes self, resumes] there are more where those came from!
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016 (So Far)
It’s been six months already?