The podcast and syndication edit for this week’s Revenge of the 80s is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, we play a new track from August “Kid Creole” Darnell and Ron Rogers, “Rat Pack”
Kid Creole and the Coconuts today released the video for their new single, “In a Place Like This.”
Shortly after releasing “Muchachacha,” Darnell came out of the studio with his latest single, “In a Place Like This.”
His genre-crossing creations are celebrated and respected around the world. Still, such inspiration can come from unexpected places as the Kid’s most recent single, Muchachacha, comes from a chance encounter
This week, we re-air our September 2011 interview with August “Kid Creole” Darnell.
Members of Kid Creole and the Coconuts, and several other top musicians will be on hand to help celebrate the 10th year of the Lagond School of Music with special fundraising webcast.
Darnell continues to be one of music’s great visionaries today. His latest album, I Wake Up Screaming, combines all the charm of the Kid and Darnell’s always-cool delivery and a voyage through several historically significant musical genres
August Darnell, better know to his fans as Kid Creole (Kid Creole and the Coconuts), is our guest. Darnell this week released his new album, I Wake Up Screaming
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will play new music from Julie Brown and Kid Creole, plus classic tracks by The (Paul Collins) Beat, Missing Persons, Nick Cave, Doug and the Slugs, Men Without Hats and more
The podcast edit for this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, we feature new music from Gorevette, who are currently touring with Blondie (our review of their 8/31 concert at the Nokia Theater in New York City is here), and Stan Ridgway from his newly-released Neon Mirage album.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will feature new music from Stan Ridgwayâ€˜s recently released Neon Mirage album and Gorevetteâ€˜s Lustfully Yours CD. We will also play a previously unreleased track by August Darnell (Kid Creole)
driana Kaegi’s superb documentary on the band she co-founded will be featured at the Phoenix Art Museum on March 24th. This will be thw first Western US screening of Kid Creole and My Coconuts.
Joining us for the show is Rikki St. James, who made a brief, but memorable mark on the new wave/alt-dance scene.
We wanted to kick off 2010 with something different, so we celebrated with two previously unreleased songs from August Darnell, better known as Kid Creole.
If you are a fan of The Coconuts, or a fan of great classic alternative music, please sign this petition that is being sent to EMI record company asking them to re-release Don’t Take My Coconuts.
Adriana Kaegi, the original Mama Coconut and co-founder of Kid Creole and the Coconuts, offers her unique brand of elegance and diverse talents with her recently-released solo album, TAG.
Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio will feature a conversation with the diversely-talented Adriana Kaegi, the original “Mama Coconut” and founding member of the legendary Kid Creole and the Coconuts. Adriana is releasing her new solo album, TAG, this month and has recently completed a documentary entitled Kid Creole and My Coconuts. Our interview leads off the second hour of tonight’s program
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show (3/7) will feature a conversation with Adriana Kaegi, a founding member of the influential Kid Creole and the Coconuts. Kaegi is diversely talented in music, choreography, costume design, marketing and business. We will talk about her career, her soon-to-be-released album — TAG — and her recently-completed documentary DVD: “Kid Creole and My Coconuts.”
The podcast for this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post.
The second hour is dedicated to classic alternative dance music with tracks from several artists of the era including Alphaville, Amazulu, Strawberry Switchblade, Blancmange and Depeche Mode.
Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio Show will dedicate its second hour to classic alternative dance music with tracks from artists including Yaz, Alphaville, Amazulu, Depeche Mode, Erasure and Blancmange.