Uncut Magazine: The Madness of The Thin White Duke

“Even at the remove of nearly 35 years, it’s hard to imagine Station to Station as an album that would solve problems for David Bowie. Rather, this is a work of uncomfortable contradictions: it contains American crooning and European drone, songs of devotion and occult practice, of devoted love, and cold betrayal. It throws down … Continue reading

The Man Who Fell To Earth: Criterion Collection Strikes Again!

I recently purchased Criterion Collection’s revamped version of  Nicholas Roeg’s undervalued 1976 sci-fi masterpiece, The Man Who Fell To Earth. For those who are fans of David Bowie (especially Thin White Duke era Bowie), The Man Who Fell To Earth fulfils everything you could want out of a science fiction film starring a gaunt, coke … Continue reading