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NewWave.Radio - New Wave Music Radio Station… call it synth-pop, post-punk, early alternative rock marks one of the hippest music eras of the world. #newwave #newwavemusic #newwaveradio   80’s New Wave Music… or call it synth-pop, post-punk, early alternative rock acts as well as novelty records marks one of the hippest music eras of the world.   Bands like U2, The Cure, Adam Ant, The Smiths, New Order, B52’s, Duran […]

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The Church Tour

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The Church Tour

The Church are one of the many great '80s alternative bands lined up for L.A.'s Cruel World Festival in May. Ahead of that, the band will tour the West and West Coast, including stops in Petaluma, Reno, Salt Lake City, Boulder, Phoenix, Pioneertown and more. Tickets for the whole tour go on sale Friday, January 21 and all dates are listed below. "American audiences have always been extremely important to […]

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Simple Minds Tour

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Simple Minds Tour

Simple Minds tour the world in support of their latest record releases while playing a large selection of their iconic back catalogue of hits. View the latest live announcements here https://www.simpleminds.com/tour/

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The Smiths The Queen Is Dead (1986)

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The Smiths: The Queen Is Dead (1986)

The Smiths: The Queen Is Dead (1986) If “How Soon Is Now” off The Smiths’ previous album was the starting-pistol shot announcing their intentions to delve into darker territories, then the title track off The Queen Is Dead was rhythmic strafing to the same effect. But the devastating melancholia quickly morphs into the sardonic lyrical meglomania that made vocalist Morrissey the legendary apathetic mope in “Frankly Mr. Shankly,” a terse and not-so-veiled reference […]

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Talking Heads Remain in Light (1980)

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Talking Heads: Remain in Light (1980)

Talking Heads: Remain in Light (1980) For their fourth and finest record, the Talking Heads (along with producer/collaborator/all-around musical badass Brian Eno) trotted out their African influences in full force. Polyrhythmic, lyrically cryptic and featuring one of the most awesomely weird guitar solos of all time (Adrien Belew’s blippy genius on “Born Under Punches”), Remain in Light stands as David Byrne and company’s masterpiece. It’s rooted in tradition, yet it sounds delightfully […]

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Elvis Costello My Aim is True (1977)

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Elvis Costello: My Aim is True (1977)

Elvis Costello: My Aim is True (1977) Costello’s debut album bridged the gap between the roiling punk energy of the mid-70s and the staid tradition of literate, intimate, popular songwriting that traces from the Gershwins, Berlin and Porter to Buddy Holly and Lennon/McCartney. The record (with the country-tinged ballad, “Alison,” the straight-up rockers “Mystery Dance” and “I’m Not Angry,” the politically charged “Less Than Zero”) only hints at the eclectic breadth […]

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