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Rock Cellar Magazine
October 22, 2021
Out Now: Duran Duran Marches Forward with a Familiar, Fresh Approach on New Album ‘Future Past’ (Listen)

One thing was made abundantly clear as Duran Duran previewed its new album, Future Past, in recent months: The group very much still enjoys making music together. The new album,...


Rock Cellar Magazine
October 19, 2021
Watch Duran Duran Party in a Castle with Celebrity Lookalikes of Elton John, Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Daniel Craig & More in “Anniversary” Video

This Friday, Oct. 22, Duran Duran returns with a new studio album titled Future Past. The 15th studio album from the long-running band, it’s been previewed in recent weeks with a...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 27, 2021
Duran Duran: Stream “Tonight United,” from Upcoming Album ‘Future Past’ Out 10/22 (Pre-Order)

“Tonight United” is the title of the latest new song shared by Duran Duran, a preview of Future Past, the 15th studio album from the long-running band that will be released...


Rock Cellar Magazine
August 31, 2021
New from Duran Duran: Stream the Lively “Anniversary,” from Upcoming Album ‘Future Past’ Out 10/22

On Oct. 22, Duran Duran will return with a new album titled Future Past, the long-running band‘s 15th album and first since 2015’s Paper Gods. The record, co-produced by the...


Rock Cellar Magazine
May 19, 2021
Duran Duran Announce New Album ‘Future Past,’ Share Video for “Invisible” (Directed by Artificial Intelligence)

Future Past is the name of a new album from Duran Duran, and it’s apparent this one’s all about technology and … well, the future, as its title may suggest....


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 6, 2020
Duran Duran’s John Taylor Recovering After Bout with Coronavirus, an Experience That Felt Like a ‘Turbo-Charged Flu’

Over the weekend, Duran Duran bassist John Taylor used the band’s social media pages to issue an update to fans — announcing that he had recently mounted a battle against...


Rock Cellar Magazine
July 12, 2013
Music With Your Eyes: A Chat with Original MTV VJ Martha Quinn

In August of 1981, a new revolution took over the airwaves: music cable channel MTV.Music television? Ridiculed and pilloried by the press and rampant naysayers, MTV seemed doomed to fail...