Filmed in 2018, ‘education entertainment recreation’ finds New Order fresh as ever. ‘We’re always thinking of ways to update,’ they tell Dig!
A consistently inspired album, ‘Low-life’ marked the point where New Order’s fusion of rock and electronica became seamless.
Innovative and influential, the ‘Power, Corruption & Lies’ album helped New Order establish their own identity, post-Joy Division.
With its stripped-back shows, Pet Shop Boys’ Discovery tour found Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe feeling ‘more liberated as people’.
In the wake of huge success, ‘The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living’ found The Streets’ Mike Skinner tackling the corrosive effects of fame.
Inspired by hip-hop and ‘the pressure of living in a modern city’, West End Girls kick-started one of the most successful careers in pop.
David Bowie’s first solo album in six years, ‘Black Tie White Noise’ lifted from both his past and present to start a new musical journey.
An exhilaratingly punishing look at our love/hate relationship with technology, Daft Punk’s ‘Human After All’ album remains a career high.
A cornerstone in dance music, ‘Discovery’ established Daft Punk’s trademark sound – and still sounds like nothing else on Earth.
St Germain, aka Ludovic Navarre, talks to Dig! about fashioning the remix album ‘Tourist: 20th Anniversary Travel Versions’.
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