Stardust


  • Rare Photos of Bowie from the 70s

    Picture this: it’s January 24, 1973. David Bowie, the chameleonic rock star, steps onto the SS Canberra cruise ship, embarking on yet another leg of his legendary Ziggy Stardust world tour. At his side, capturing every glittering moment, is his childhood chum, Geoff MacCormack. “I remember thinking how enormous the ship was,” MacCormack recalls, “which…

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  • The Vinyl Frontier: A Spin Through Record Store Day

    Click here to jump to the highlights and special releases of the 2024 edition. On April 20th, vinyl enthusiasts and music aficionados around the globe unite for a celebration that spins beyond just a routine shopping spree—it’s Record Store Day, the annual event that’s been putting the needle back on the beloved grooves of vinyl…

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  • Bowie’s Unseen Beginnings: His 1965 Debut With The Manish Boys

    In the labyrinthine annals of rock history, where stars are forged and legends are etched into the ether, the ascent of David Bowie from an enigmatic fledgling to a celestial paragon of music and style unfurls a narrative rich with transformation, innovation, and sheer audacity. Picture this: the year is 1965, an era when the…

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  • Bowie’s American Revolution: The Rise of Ziggy Stardust

    In the tumultuous backdrop of 1972, while Nixon, Watergate, and Vietnam dominated headlines, an avant-garde figure from Brixton emerged on American terrain. David Bowie, along with his alter ego Ziggy Stardust, was prepared to ignite the U.S., not with politics but with an unmatched brand of rock ‘n’ roll — a facet of Bowie’s American…

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  • MoFi’s In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida and Truth reviewed, Pt 2

    If you were oblivious to Beck’s debut, you could think it was some long-lost Zeppelin material.

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