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David Bowie - No Plan

on January 11, 2017


“I'm lost in streams of sound”






One minute past midnight on January 8th, the day that would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, a subtly stunning video for the song “No Plan" surfaced quietly at


The “No Plan” clip was directed by Tom Hingston, whose previous collaborations with Bowie include the award-winning visual interpretation of the original version of “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)" from the Nothing Has Changed

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For ever and ever

on January 10, 2017

“We can be Heroes, for ever and ever”


Illustrator Helen Green has created a beautiful animation referencing 28 images associated with each Bowie studio album. She kindly sent us the individual files in celebration of David’s life and work.


Swipe/scroll (or click on little dots) to view each of the images.



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DB in Barcelona tickets on sale now

on January 09, 2017


“Al Alba...” *


As David Bowie is in Tokyo starts its run, tickets for the exhibition’s residency at Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, went on sale today.


The Barcelona exhibition commences on May 25th.


The Museu del Disseny de Barcelona will be the only venue in Spain to host the David Bowie Is exhibition (curated by the Victoria and Albert Museum of London), which has now reached a million and a half visits on its world tour.


Go here for Barcelona ticket links.


Go here for exhibition information and ticket links for Tokyo.



* Al Alba is the title of the Spanish language version

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Bowie’s first RCA 45 is 45 today

on January 07, 2017


“Oh, look out you rock ’n rollers...”


On January 7th 1972, the day before David Bowie's 25th birthday, RCA in the UK issued their first ever David Bowie single in the shape of Changes/Andy Warhol. (North America got it the month before)


The track was the first to be lifted from Hunky Dory, an album these days considered by most (with a full set of working ears), to be one of the very best of all time.


However, despite being a Tony Blackburn Record Of The Week on BBC Radio 1 (a big deal back then), neither album nor single worried the UK charts upon release.


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