Month: November 2011
This week on Revenge of the 80s, Janique Svedberg is our guest. Janique was a member of Kid Creole and the Coconuts between 1985-1995. Our conversation focuses on her work as an addiction coach, where Janique helps people through their recovery.
Tonight on Revenge of the 80s, we play new music from Julie Brown, selections from the B52s new live album and classics by Boomerang, The Go-Gos, Louise Robey, Bronski Beat, Mental As Anything and more.
Paul Collins announced on his Facebook page that he and fellow Nerves co-founder Peter Case will unite for several concert dates beginning March 1, 2012 in Vancouver, B.C
This week on Revenge of the 80s, we play Debora Iyall’s new version of “A Girl In Trouble (is a Temporary Thing),” which will be featured on her upcoming EP Singing Until Sunrise. We also play classic tracks from Amazulu, Icehouse, Nikki and the Corvettes, ABC, The Pogues, Captain Sensible and more.
While fans might be looking forward to a cache of catchy keyboard riffs, crazy vocals and a cornucopia of mind-boggling studio effects, they will be in for a true surprise. For the bulk of A Map of the Floating City, Dolby turns away from the computer-based genius he is most known for
Fred Scneider is our guest. While he and the B-52s continue to play all over the US, Fred started his own new band, The Superions. Their latest release, Batbaby, is already a sensation. Our conversation leads off the second hour of the show