This week, we play new music from The Plimsouls, Midnight Oil, Steve Kilbey and Michele Maso plus classics by INXS, The Humans, Noiseworks, Amazulu and more.
This week, we salute our furry, feathered and scaly friends as we play classic alternative tracks with animals in the titles. We are fans of animals here on Revenge of the 80s Radio; we recognize them with cuts from The Cramps, The Damned, The Nomads, David Bowie, The Associates and many more.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Steven Jones and Logan Sky are back on with us for an intriguing conversation and a new single. We talk about the making of their new “Sons of Hallucination.” We also play a musical tribute to Devon Buchanon
we play tracks inspired by literature and great writers. From the classics to contemporary, we play tome-inspired tracks from Kate Bush, The Normal, Plastic Bertrand, The Fall, Hazel O’Connor and other classic alternative artists.
This week, we play DAY songs: tracks featuring days of the week, holidays, special days or any kind of day. Music includes tracks from The Undertones, New Order, Hazel O’Connor, Rose McDowall, Midnight Oil and more.
Linda Jo Rizzo is back on with Revenge of the #80s Radio this week. Among the many singles she released this year is a new edit of her collaboration “Dance in the Moonlight” with producer Mino Siciliano. Linda will soon release her newest cut, “The Sign,” done with B. Infinite.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Plastic Bertrand introduces his new album, The Human Experience (English title).
Steve Kilbey talks about his new solo album, Eleven Women
2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the movie Breaking Glass. Hazel O’Connor, who starred in and wrote the soundtrack for the acclaimed movie, is with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio this week
Saxophone Legend Geoff Blythe of Dexy’s Midnight Runners, The Bureau, TKO Horns and many other projects joins host Chris Cordani.
we play songs from the classic alternative era with numbers in the title. From zero to one million, we play numerically-oriented tracks from Hazel O’Connor, The Professionals, X, Strawberry Switchblade, Splodgenessabounds, Dexy’s Midnight Runners and many more
Paul Collins opens up about his personal life and musical adventures as chronicled in his new autobiography: I Don’t Fit In: My Wild Life Through the Power Pop Trenches with The Nerves and The Beat.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new music from Linda Jo Rizzo, Willie Nile and Kid Creole & the Coconuts plus classics from Dexy’s Toyah, Icehouse, Psychic TV and many more classic alternative artists
D.J. Bonebrake talks with Chris about X’s new album, Alphabetland
Mike Peters is our guest as he and Peters is our guest as he and The Alarm release Stream – Hurricane of Change
Co-Founder of The Jayhawks, Mark Olson, talks with Chris about his upcoming album with wife Ingunn Ringvold: Magdalen Accepts the Invitation<
This week, Peter Godwin joins Chris as we play his newest single, You!. Peter will be releasing more new music this year; find out more about it on this week’s show
This week, we talk Josie Cotton as she re-releases her Invasion of the B-Girls album
We catch up with Linda Jo Rizzo upon the release of her new album: “Magic Moments: The 35th Anniversary Album.
we salute our furry, feathered and scaly friends as we play classic alternative tracks with animals in the titles
we have a lot of fun talking 80s sitcoms with classic tv expert Herbie J. Pilato, host of Then Again With Herbie J Pilato. Having worked in the industry and written several books spanning stars and shows of the 60s, 70s and 80s, Pilato and Chris look at the 80s sitcoms as well as their better, influential and not-so-good contributions to entertainment and our culture.
Adriana Kaegi talks with us about her newest projects: her television channel, StyleCultureTV, and several new ambient music tracks
songs with the artists names in the titles, featuring music from Immaculate Fools, Dog Police, Dominatrix, Falco, Madness, Tear Garden, Book of Love and more
Jack Hues talks with Chris about hs upcoming new album, Primitif, and the newest Wang Chung album, Orchestral.
This week we play songs about travel, driving, riding, flying, sailing and other means of transportation from artists including The Selecter, Stan Ridgway, Pearl Harbour and the Explosions, Nash the Slash, Devo, The 3 O’clock and many more classic alternative artists
Steven Jones and Man Parrish are back on with us. They will talk about their new collection: The Art of Pop
Musician/producer Mark Rozzo talks with Chris about his soundtrack for the 80s movie parody audio project Passable in Pink. We also play a musical tribute to Andy Gill
Marshall Crenshaw talks with Chris about the re-release of his 1996 album, Miracle of Science, featuring two new bonus tracks. Crenshaw also discusses a documentary he is working on about producer Tom Wilson