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the AU interview: John Taylor of Duran Duran (UK) talks about their new album "Paper Gods"

Duran Duran have been part of the pop music scene for thirty years. Recently they recorded their latest album Paper Gods in London with producers Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson, Josh Blair, and Mr Hudson. Visceral and daring, the album mixes hard-edged, contemporary pop with the band’s darker more experimental side to create a body of work that is epic in its scope. Founding member and bass player, John Taylor spoke at length with John Goodridge of the AU review about the album.

Album News Weekly: 2nd September 2015

In This Issue: Spring has begun and the pop records are rolling in! This week is indescribable with everything from Duran Duran's new album to something a little heavier out of Finland, a taste of hip hop and some straight up guitar driven grooves.

Duran Duran get funky with Janelle Monae and Nile Rodgers for new single "Pressure Off"

80's icons Duran Duran are making a bit of a comeback with their first album in five years, Paper Gods, taking shape via first single "Pressure Off". The feel good funk-laced pop number brings with it an impressive collaboration, with Duran Duran hooking up with both the legendary Niles Rodgers and the divine Janelle Monae for the single.