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Recap/Photo Gallery: Depeche Mode at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

Recap/Photo Gallery: Depeche Mode at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

| September 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Depeche Mode challenged their audience Wednesday at HCA in Tinley Park. Whether it was reminding the crowd to change our shaky government (“Where’s the Revolution,” and a surprise cover of the Beatles’ “Revolution”) and a set heavy on songs from their new album Spirit, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher made it known this […]

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Cover Story: Depeche Mode

Cover Story: Depeche Mode

| July 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

At 56, Depeche Mode bandleader Martin Gore no longer feels the need to pull any lyrical punches. So he gets right to the prickly, political point on the band’s latest Spirit set, starting with its clickety-clacking rhetorical question of a lead single “Where’s the Revolution,” with a grim societal accusation intoned in unusually ominous fashion […]

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Stage Buzz: Live Shots & Review – Erasure

Stage Buzz: Live Shots & Review – Erasure

| October 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Erasure meets EDM…

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Like 1984 (Who could ask for more) Spins: The Clash; plus Depeche Mode live!

Like 1984 (Who could ask for more) Spins: The Clash; plus Depeche Mode live!

| September 9, 2013 | 2 Comments

IE’s Bruce Pilato and Andy Argyrakis review two crucial bands of the Reagan-era

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Cover Story: Depeche Mode

Cover Story: Depeche Mode

| July 31, 2009 | 0 Comments

Depeche Mode Across The Universe Very few bands have endured 30 years, let alone remained relevant throughout the majority of their tenures together, but Depeche Mode is unquestionably one such elite anomaly. Sure, the electronic innovator has passed under the occasional dark cloud since debuting in the early 1980s (apart from the expected dips in […]

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