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Sound + Vision boxset repack press release

on July 27, 2014



Four CD Box Set Released September 22nd


The Sound+Vision 4 cd boxset covers DAVID BOWIE’s career from 1969 to 1994 starting with the acoustic demo version of his first hit, Space Oddity to the return to his Bromley roots for the soundtrack to Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha Of Suburbia which is often cited as the most underrated piece in the Bowie canon.


As his surprise return with The Next Day showed, Bowie continues to be a cutting edge musician and artist, icon, fashion guru, and all round inspiration to several generations and remains a unique phenomenon in

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The Art of the Song : David Bowie in Dublin Tonight

on July 26, 2014


“The clock waits so patiently on your song”


Good luck to all those involved with this evening’s sold out concert at The National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland.

The Art of the Song : David Bowie, looks like it’s going to be something special so please do let us know how it went if you’re attending.

The event focuses on the music of David Bowie and features Lisa Hannigan, Duke Special, Jape, Caoimhin O’Raghallaigh, Heathers and Adrian Crowley.

Here’s the official blurb...



The Art of the Song : David Bowie

As part of Summer @ NCH

Saturday 26th July, 8pm

Main Auditorium



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Momus tribute to Bowie at Café Oto in September

on July 19, 2014


“Only one man could be seen”


Since his cover of Where Are We Now? released on the same day as Bowie’s original last year, Momus has graced these pages more than once.

On September 13th 2014, he will perform a cabaret featuring the songs of David Bowie live at London's Cafe Oto.

In preparation for the gig and along with the Bowie covers Momus has already uploaded to YouTube, he has posted another six Bowie covers in the shape of: DJ, Joe The Lion, Candidate, The Bewlay Brothers, Letter to Hermione and Conversation Piece, all in the last week.

We caught the Momus show at Cafe Oto back in

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Avantgarde announces Bowie Berlin extension

on July 18, 2014


“And 75,000 peoploids split into small tribes”


You’ve no doubt seen the announcement from regarding the two week extension to David Bowie at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin until 24 August 2014.

This comes at the same time as the news that the Berlin exhibition has attracted 75,000 visitors thus far.

Fans have travelled the globe to see the expanded Berlin room, which now includes exclusive images (such as those pictured here), along with many other Bowie-in-Berlin-related goodies.

Check out for further details and ticket links.


Meanwhile, here’s the info

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Dylan Howe’s Jazz take on Bowie's Berlin

on July 08, 2014


“New Music: Night And Day”


Six years in the making, Dylan Howe’s new album, SUBTERRANEAN - New Designs On Bowie's Berlin, is finally released this week.

Subterranean is Howe’s first studio album in ten years and it’s made up of his arrangements of tracks from Bowie’s influential Berlin Trilogy era releases, Low and "Heroes".

We’re loving it here at DBFBHQ, but don't take our word for how good it is. Here are a few quotations from recent reviews...



“An exquisite take on Bowie’s late 70s largely instrumental collaborations with Brian Eno.