Bauhaus Historian Andrew J. Brooksbank Reviews Forthcoming David J Solo Album

Official historian and archivist Andrew J. Brooksbank recently reviewed David J’s forthcoming new solo album, Missive to An Angel From the Halls of Infamy and Allure, for Louder Than War. You can read the full review here. Pre-order the new album on 2xLP, CD, or digitally via Glass Modern Records’ Bandcamp page ahead of its …

Bauhaus Announce Los Angeles Reunion Shows

BAUHAUS (Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, David J, and Kevin Haskins) announce three reunion shows in Los Angeles on November 3rd and 4th and December 1st at the Hollywood Palladium. Tickets on sale now via Live Nation. November 3rd Tickets: Click HereNovember 4th Tickets: Click HereDecember 1st Tickets: Click Here Please use extreme caution in buying …

David J Interviewed By Please Kill Me

David J was recently interviewed by Please Kill Me. In the interview, he talks about reconciling differences with Peter Murphy, performing at Beck Studios for the first time since recording Crocodile Tears and the Velvet Cosh, and upcoming new releases (his much anticipated new solo album and two Record Store Day exclusives). Read the full …

Kevin and David Featured on Bandcamp Daily

Kevin and David recently talked about some of their favorite artists on Bandcamp’s blog, Bandcamp Daily. Included among the bands are Duende (who recently released an album with David J), Automatic (featuring Kevin’s daughter, Lola), and Yialmelic Frequencies (the current main project of Kevin’s other daughter and fellow Poptone member, Diva). You can view the …

“The album is a surge to the senses” – Deep Cutz Reviews New David J

Deep Cutz have recently published a great review of the new David J and Duende collaboration Oracle of the Horizontal (out now via Glass Modern). The album was recorded in steps in Detroit following David J’s successful appearances and recording with the Theatre Bizarre Orchestra. If you haven’t grabbed a copy of Oracle of the Horizontal yet on …

Smells Like Infinite Sadness Review David J’s ‘Crocodile Tears’ Reissue

Online music review site Smells Like Infinite Sadness have recently published a review of David J’s Crocodile Tears and the Velvet Cosh reissue (out now via Glass Modern). There were only 500 records pressed on clear vinyl and they’re almost completely sold through! If you haven’t yet, pick up your copy via the Glass Modern Bandcamp …