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Multi-instrumentalist and Camper Van Beethoven co-founder Jonathan Segel today releases his latest solo album, All Attractions. It is Segel’s 13th post-Camper collection, and first since 2007’s Honey

Hugh Cornwell is our guest on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio. He is currently on tour with Glen Matlock and will be releasing a new album later this year.

Andy Prieboy makes his fifth appearance on Revenge of the 80s Radio. We will talk abuot his newest EP, Every Lady Gets a Song.

This week on Revenge of the 80s, we feature new music from Andy Prieboy and Trans-X

This week on Revenge of the 80s: new music by Limahl and Kid Creole and the Coconuts; classics from INXS, Mental As Anything, Peter Schilling and more

Limahl waxes nostalgic for his musical heyday as he releases his first solo single in decades, “1983,” on January 10, 2012

This week on Revenge of the 80s, Thomas Dolby talks about his new album, A Map of the Floating City

Each of the seven tracks in 50 Words For Snow is chilling in its musical imagery, but with the comforting sounds of Bush’s teasingly enchanting voice.

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

This week, weplay the new single from Kate Bush, “Wild Man,” and classics from XTC, Red Rockers, Amazulu, Gazebo, Wall of Voodoo, The Clash and more

This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we talk with Debora Iyall, who recently launched a Kickstarter campaign where fans can back her production of a new vinyl EP, Singing Until Sunrise, which features a new version of “A Girl In Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing).

The first single from Kate Bush’s soon-to-be-released 50 Words for Snow album is now available to the public. “Wild Man” is available via digital download through several music retailers.

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

Kate Bush confirmed rumors about the release of her first album of new music in six years.

EMI records exec tells an Australian reporter he expects a new Kate Bush album in November

This week, D’arnell teases his fans with an EP of remixes of one track from his upcoming album, I Wake Up Screaming, which is scheduled to be released on September 13, 2011

This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new releases from Andy Prieboy and Josie Cotton with classic cuts by The Clash, Midnight Oil, Wall of Voodoo, The Human League, Blancmange, Kate Bush and more.

CD Review: Debora Iyall’s new solo album, Stay Strong, a collaboration with longtime songwriting partner Peter Dunne.

Tonight on Revenge of the 80s Radio, in honor of Martha and the Muffins‘ 30th anniversary of their hit “Echo Beach,” we will play their newly-released 2010 version of the track

Martha and the Muffins celebrate the 30th Anniversary of their international hit “Echo Beach” with a new version of the song, released this week.

Tonight on Revenge of the 80s, former Wall of Voodoo frontman Andy Prieboy is back to talk about his latest collection: Don’t Tell That Guy Anything.

Andy Prieboy releases Don’t Tell The Guy Anything, and album of new music, experiments, quick sketches and shelved songs.

Devo premieres new music on Jimmy Kimmel Live, announces new album release date.

Revenge of the 80s Radio celebrates its second anniversary today. To celebrate, we will re-air the show’s first interview: a conversation with Tracey and Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive.

Tonight’s guest on Revenge of the 80s is Kate Garner of Haysi Fantayzee. We will also have new music from Debora Iyall and Martha Davis.

Martha Davis shines with hr new retro jazz track “Mr. Grey.”

Tonight, we will have our first new show of 2010. We will kick off the new year by featuring two previously unreleased tracks by August Darnell of Kid Creole and the Coconuts.

This week, we played the World Radio Premiere of Adriana Kaegi’s new single, “I’ve Been Going Out,” which the Original “Mama Coconut” released earlier this week as the first follow-up to her brilliant TAG album


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