Monthly Archives: May 2017
Some great cover versions on this “renew wave” episode, plus the original artists sounding just as good with all new material, including Information Society, The Cars, Kim Wilde, Depeche Mode, and more. Listen any time on Mixcloud. Nivek Tek – … Continue reading
This is going to be fun! For this episode, I’ve chosen a bunch of covers of new wave classics—plus new millennium tracks by the 80s icons that originally recorded those songs. Listen to the show at flashback alternatives.
On this episode, Archway Towers remixes goth rockers Still Patient? into synthpop heaven, boys know what boys like, Bowie gets remade and remixed, No Doubt and AFI form a new wave super group, and much more. Listen any time on … Continue reading
Some rockin’ girl wave sounds, unique takes on new wave classics, 80s throwback perfection from a new super group, and much more on this episode. Listen at flashback alternatives.
This episode features some equally new wave takes on new wave classics, Blondie rockin’ with Joan Jett, actress Evan Rachel Wood fronting new wave duo Rebel and a Basketcase, plus modern wave from Emmon, Some Velvet Morning, theSTART, Clear Static, … Continue reading
Some cool surprises on this episode, from an actress turning new wave singer to classic new wavers joining forces, plus plenty of now wave artists. Listen at flashback alternatives.
So many of the modern wave bands on this episode sound so 80s I didn’t even need to throw many 80s covers into the mix: Last Royals, Lights, The Little Kicks, Psychobuildings, Diamond Rings. It feels like artists will be … Continue reading
So many great modern wave artists and songs on this episode, plus an 80s synthpop band rerecords one of its hits and has it remixed by the founder of another 80s synthpop band. There’s even a synthpop cover of a … Continue reading
So many highlights for me on this episode – Future Islands teaming up with Debbie Harry, Apoptygma Berzerk covering Peter Schilling, Disown covering Depeche Mode, Archway Towers remixing The Last Cry, now wave tracks from Grouplove, Example, and Brendan Maclean… … Continue reading