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The New York Times visits Lazarus

on November 10, 2015


“It’s not that I don’t trust you”


Great piece by Alexis Soloskinov in today’s New York Times, titled: A Visit to the Strange, Secretive World of David Bowie’s ‘Lazarus’.

An appropriate title considering the nature of T J Newton’s character. In fact, you may have noticed that today’s lyric quotation is actually a line of dialogue spoken by him in The Man Who Fell To Earth.

Soloskinov caught up with director Ivo van Hove during rehearsals and he managed to wheedle a few tantalising snippets out of him, such as this:


“Lazarus focuses on Newton as he remains on Earth, a man unable to die,

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Hear more of Blackstar via Director’s Cut

on November 10, 2015


“On the day of execution”


Extended listen of David Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’ released to celebrate the launch of Sky Atlantic drama, The Last Panthers:


10 November 2015


To celebrate this week’s launch of major new crime drama The Last Panthers, a further 45 seconds of David Bowie’s brand new song ‘Blackstar’ has been released exclusively by Sky Atlantic.


The unveil comes just two days before the series launches simultaneously across Europe on Sky Atlantic at 9pm, 12 November 2015, and is the soundtrack to 90 seconds of never-before-seen footage from The

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Planet Bowie talk in Cambridge Wednesday

on November 08, 2015


“I’m hoping to kick but the Planet Bowie is glowing”


The insanely talented Dr Leah Kardos has been in touch with details of a talk she is giving at Homerton College in the UK this coming Wednesday (November 11):

This follows her much-loved presentation at the Stardom and Celebrity of David Bowie symposium at ACMI back in July. Over to you Leah...


“My talk will look in some detail at Bowie’s representations and contributions to culture, and how these contributions are entangled with issues related to aesthetics, queerness, politics, authenticity and

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Duncan Jones updates and WARCRAFT trailer

on November 06, 2015


“Watching all the world and war torn”


Film director Duncan Jones (whose father is the successful British rock star/actor/etc., David Bowie), has been a very busy man recently.

Today the first trailer for his latest film, WARCRAFT, is released (, and work is well underway on his next project, MUTE.

Our good friend @Unklerupert has kindly supplied us a brief summary of Duncan’s activities. Over to you Unk...


'Where are we now?...'


So sang David Bowie on his surprise return on January 8th 2013, this was also the question asked at the beginning of

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Freddie Burretti film London charity preview

on November 05, 2015


“And so the story goes they wore the clothes”


Following the recent private screening in Milton Keynes of Starman: Freddie Burretti - The Man Who Sewed The World, Lee Scriven’s excellent and moving film about David Bowie’s Ziggy era, visionary tailor will now be showing at the Olympic Recording Studios on Wednesday 25th November.

Keep reading for more information regarding the film and how to purchase the few remaining tickets.


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Freddie Burretti - The Man Who Sewed The World


A private London Charity preview of Lee Scriven’s new