Be the first to listen to “Where Are We Now?” David Bowie’s first song in a decade!
They cuddle, they laugh, they dance … the most romantic photos of Mick Jagger and David Bowie together.
With new details of Bowie and Jagger’s alleged romp, let’s revisit the video for “Dancing in the Street.”
David Bowie is perfectly cast as a space alien corrupted by television, alcohol and sex in Nicolas Roeg’s trippy science fiction film.
Sometimes a good movie can be made even better by a good soundtrack — and sometimes a really bad movie can be redeemed by its music. Here are a few flicks available for your instant viewing (and listening) pleasure that may sound better than they look.
There’s a reason we don’t let British rock stars into space.
Has it all been done before? Maybe. What’s the difference between a reference and an outright copy? Let’s explore that fine line with some blatant examples.
How do we even start to cover the covers? Maybe with some connections: Dirty Beaches does Johnny Cash — Cash does Nine Inch Nails — Reznor & Karen O do Zeppelin — it just goes on from there.
A gritty, grungy and exciting look at the brief life of graffiti writer/artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, played as a mumbling genius by Jeffrey Wright.
Put on Netflix Instant, ’cause it’s time to rock! Here are a few cinematic ditties that will really show off your sound system (and test your neighbors’ patience).