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I first encountered Information Society with their indie single “Running” on 12″ came out while I was still in college. I remember it getting ink in the Billboard dance music column by Brian Chin that I read every week while … Continue reading
October 2, 2014 Nina Hagen/Nina Hagen Band: Nunsexmonkrock/Nina Hagen Band US CD  Antiworld Smack Jack Taitschi-Tarot Dread Love Future Is Now Born In XIXAX Iki Maska Dr. Art Cosma Shiva UFO TV-Glotzer (White Punks On Dope) Superboy African Reggae … Continue reading
Holy frijoles! You take a day off blogging to work extra hard, and all heck breaks loose with one’s favorite bands. Let’s discuss this in the order that I found out about it. Today both OMD and Simple Minds have … Continue reading
September 24, 2014 The trip to Chicago was an excellent quick jaunt full of art, fellowship, and Mr. Ferry in a rare casual moment as the catalyst. After flying into Chicago [special thanks to Soft Cell and… Led Zeppelin for … Continue reading
The Slits: The Peel Sessions UK CD  Love And Romance Vindictive New Town Shop Lifting So Tough Instant Hit FM I first heard The Slits on WPRK-FM college radio in maybe 1980-81. They played their amazing cover of “I … Continue reading
Elektric Music: Crosstalk GER CD5  Crosstalk Intercomix Baby Come Back Context can change everything. In 1981, Kraftwerk released what is largely considered the last of their “imperial period” albums. Then, the progress of this most progressive of bands seemed … Continue reading
David Richards: ABC – The Annotated Discography In a world without the gatekeepers we grew up with, we have few limitations. Anyone, with the determination [and modest funding], can carve out a niche in which to build their own personal, … Continue reading