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Sam, Em, and John battle over the new Rancid track, the new Gaslight Anthem track, and Hollywood Vampires! (Everyone agrees Johnny Depp sux, tho). Also discussed, the Rock Hall inductions! John is mad about Joy Division!
In May 1980, the band Joy Division was devastated by the death of lead singer Ian Curtis. The three remaining band members, Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, and Stephen Morris, decided they would keep making music together, and a few months later, Gillian Gilbert joined them. They called the band New Order. New Order is one of the most influential bands of the last four decades. Their song “Blue Monday" came out in 1983, and it holds the record for being the best-selling 12-inch single of all time. Rolling Stone put “Blue Monday” on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, and Pitchfork included it in its top 5 best songs of the 1980s. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of “Blue Monday,” in this episode, New Order discusses how they created the song. This episode was produced in collaboration with Transmissions, the official New Order and Joy Division podcast produced by Cup and Nuzzle. We've put together this story out of the hours and hours of interviews they've recorded, along with a new interview I did with Peter Hook. As you'll hear the four of them explain, nothing about Blue Monday's success, or really, even its existence, was something that they planned for. For more, visit songexploder.net/new-order.
Whilst Paul is away in the USA, this feels like a good time to feature tracks from the new Keeping Control compilation. So get ready for some manc goodness with nine songs from Alberto Y Los Trio Paranoias, The Hoax, I.Q. Zero, Joy Division, Radium Cats, The Liggers, The Nosebleeds, The Frantic Elevators and Buzzcocks.Keeping Control, Voice of Jeff, Comedy Suburbs, no Facebook comments, Liam Gallagher, sauces, bass guitar, last week, we don't know, Paul is away - probably..., Django Reinhardt, From the Vaults, Radium Cats, Sex Pistols gig review, this week, Frantic Elevators, Izzatwat and a reminder of the ways you can get in touch.Song 1: Alberto Y Los Trio Paranoias – Fuck YouSong 2: The Hoax – Storm TrooperSong 3: I.Q. Zero - InsectsSong 4: Joy Division - DigitalSong 5: Radium Cats – Six Foot DownSong 6: The Liggers – Recorded Or LiveSong 7: The Nosebleeds – Fascist PigSong 8: The Frantic Elevators – Hunchback Of Notre DameSong 9: Buzzcocks – Orgasm Addict
Do you feel lucky, punk? This week, the guys tackle Michael Winterbottom's 24 Hour Party People, a movie all about the Manchester punk music scene of the 1960s. They discuss Steve Coogan's fourth wall-breaking as a narrative device, the controversial nature of Joy Division's name, the credits that are impossible to read and much more. Plus: one of the hosts may have a semi-hot take about this beloved cult classic. Next week: In the Loop! Questions? Comments? Suggestions? You can always shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Full List: https://www.empireonline.com/movies/features/best-british-films/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forscreenandcountry Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/fsacpod Our logo was designed by the wonderful Mariah Lirette (https://instagram.com/its.mariah.xo) 24 Hour Party People stars Steve Coogan, Shirley Henderson, Paddy Considine, Lennie James, Sean Harris, Danny Cunningham, Peter Kay, Simon Pegg, Keith Allen and Andy Serkis; directed by Michael Winterbottom. Is It Streaming? USA: Roku Channel, Hoopla, Tubi, Kanopy, Pluto TV and available to rent Canada: Hoopla, Tubi and available to rent on Apple TV UK: Amazon Prime and available to rent Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Manchester's music scene is famous the world over – but did Joy Division, the Haçienda and Factory Records really lead to a real estate boom that transformed the city? Journalist and adopted Mancunian Andy Spinoza tells Andrew Harrison how Tony Wilson's empire triggered a boom that transformed the city's skyline and more – as charted in his book Manchester Unspun: Pop, Property And Power In The Original Modern City. BOOK ORDER LINK: https://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Andy-Spinoza/Manchester-Unspun--Pop-Property-and-Power-in-the-Original-Modern-City/27859796 “Those leaders in Manchester didn't dismiss the music as just a bunch of kids larking around. They could see this was the way economies were changing.” “All cities should give space to the artists to create their authentic homegrown culture and that should be away from officialdom and away from corporate interests.” www.patreon.com/bunkercast Written and presented by Andrew Harrison. Producer: Chris Jones. Music by Kenny Dickinson. Audio production: Robin Leeburn. Lead Producer: Jacob Jarvis. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production Instagram | Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tonight's show is all about Penny Lane as we celebrate her upcoming birthday! Hear some of Penny's favourite artists such as The Beatles, Joy Division, The Kinks and more!
THE DOOMED & STONED SHOW ~Season 9, Episode 4~ In this packed 3 1/2 hour episode, we wrap up winter by taking a look at the latest Doom Charts rankings at https://DoomCharts.com, featuring Billy Goate (Editor, Doomed & Stoned), John Gist (Vegas Rock Revolution), Bucky Brown (The Ripple Effect), and special guest Ryan Foster of Slightly Fuzzed (https://open.spotify.com/show/0HczAUR506ViDV07DZXR2Q?si=e1c97de227a24d0e). Support the show by becoming a monthly High on Fiver contributor! Visit https://patreon.com/doomedandstoned to get in on the love. PLAYLIST: INTRO (00:00) - February Doom Chart 1. Sandrider (no. 39) - "Weasel" (00:31) HOST SEGMENT I (03:53) 2. Emperors Lair (no. 18) - "Gravity" (26:36) 3. Replica Jesus (no. 38) - "Everything Rots" (35:22) 4. Benthos (no. 28) - "Frank" (39:27) 5. Jack Harlon & The Dead Crows (no. 33) - "Day of Lords" (Joy Division cover) (44:33) HOST SEGMENT II (49:45) 6. Grandma's Ashes (no. 12) - "Cold Touch" (1:14:27) 7. Warp (no. 11) - "Your Fascist Pigs Are Back" (1:18:25) 8. Deer Lord (no. 10) - "Psychedelic Roadkill" (1:26:04) 9. Blackwülf (no. 9) - "Thieves and Liars" (1:29:27) HOST SEGMENT III (1:32:49) 10. Westing (no. 8) - "Back in the Twenties" (1:58:21) 11. Eta Lux (no. 7) - "Live Laugh Loathe" (2:02:13) 12. Clouds Taste Satanic (no. 6) - "Conjuring the Dark Rider" (radio edit) (2:06:08) 13. Khan (no. 5) - "Confusion" (2:16:56) HOST SEGMENT IV (2:22:30) 14. Dead Shrine (no. 4) - "Rainbow Child" (3:01:01) 15. Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs (no. 3) - "Mr. Medicine" (3:05:57) 16. Cleõphüzz (no. 2) - "Desert Rider" (3:08:24) 17. Hail The Void (no. 1) - "High And Rising" (3:14:19) OUTRO (3:20:18) 18. Hemplifier - "Weedcraft" (BONUS TRACK) (3:21:26) CREDITS Theme: Dylan Tucker Incidental Music: Hellvetika (https://akitevlleh.bandcamp.com/) Thumbnail: Westing
Another fun and wild rollorcoaster ride with Danny and his favorite segemt of the show "All Request Post Punk New Wave this week featuring Toyva Grace Jones, Prince, Psychdelic furs The Cult , Erasure, The Cure, The Smiths, Electronic, New Order, Cocteau Twins, and much more.Complete setlist - 3/24/23 ** no edits live recording with errors included.**Grave Jones -OprattackGrace Jones - Slave To The RhythmSisters Of Mercy - MarianFine Young Cannibals - Good ThingNew Order - Perfect KissLevel 42 - Something About YouNaked Eyes - Always Something There To Remind MeThe Cult - RainCocteau Twins - MillimillenaryErasure - Blue SavannahFad Gadget - Love ParasiteFad Gadget - Ricky's HandFlock Of Seagulls - NightmaresElectronic - Getting Away With ItThe Cure - Just Like HeavenPeter Murphy - The Line Between The Devils TeethPrince - Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?Wolfgang Press - Girl Like You About To Be KissedThe Smiths - The Queen Is DeadGeneral Public - TendernessWire - Thing Called Love Missing Persons - Destination UnknownPsychedelic Furs - HeartbeatToyah - Race Through SpaceRecorded live at the She Shack Studio March 23-24- 2023© Copyright Danny Diess
The nominees are out and Danny's top picks for the class of 2023 include Cyndi Lauper, Kate Bush, George Michael, Joy division, New Order, Willie Nelson, Iron Maiden, and Danny's 2024 predictions as well. Top Picks For Rock -N - Roll Hall Of Fame 2023 Part 1Complete Setlist - Siouxsie & The Banshees - CannonsSiouxsie & The Banshees - Cities In DustSiouxsie & The Banshees - SlowdiveSiouxsie & The Banshees - OvergroundNew Order - World (The Price Of Love Brothers In Rhythm Mix)Joy Division - Transmission (live)Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us ApartWillie Nelson -Blue Eyes Crying In The RainWillie Nelson - On The Road AgainWillie Nelson - Mama's Don't Let Your Babirs Grow Up To Be CowboysGeorge Michael - Freedom 90George Michael - FaithGeorge Michael - Father FigureStay tuned for part two featuring Cyndi Lauper and Kate Bush.Recorded live at the She Shack Studio betwwen march 14th- 31st 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess
The nominees are out and Danny's top picks for the class of 2023 include Cyndi Lauper, Kate Bush, George Michael, Joy Division, New Order, Willie Nelson, Iron Maiden, and his 2024 predictions as well.Top Picks For Rock-N-Roll Hall Of Fame 2023 Part 2Complete Setlist -Iron Maiden - Number Of The BeastIron Maiden - Run To The HillsIron Maiden - The Evil That Men DoCyndi Lauper - Change Of HeartCyndi Lauper - She BopCyndi Lauper - I Drove All NightCyndi Lauper - All Through The NightCyndi Lauper - What's Going On?/Iko IkoCyndi Lauper - The Goonies Are Good EnoughKate Bush - King Of The Mountain (live 2014)Kate Bush - NocturnKate Bush - Running Up That Hill (extended remix)Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights (New Vocal 1986)
Thirty-Three with William Patrick Corgan
This week after several emotionally heavy episodes we thought it best to have a little levity on the twenty-seventh chapter of the Smashing Pumpkins interstellar musical expedition album that is ATUM... it's the world premiere of "In Lieu of Failure" (with the sound of classic Pumpkins kids love!), plus we talk about how one picks an album single, celebrity encounters with a game of 6 degrees of Billy Corgan, poop emojis, self-awareness of the ridiculousness, and cover bands...all of which leads to the classic Joy Division cover "Isolation" as performed by Billy's Starchildren side project (and of course why said band even existed in the first place)....it's an episode that bounces all over the place in all the right ways and so much more, this week, on Thirty-Three. Make sure you like, subscribe, share, rate, & review the podcast wherever you are listening be it iTunes, Spotify, iHeart app, or wherever you get your podcasts!!! And to continue the conversation use the hashtag #WPCThirtyThree and follow us and our guest on social media: Billy Corgan - @billycorgan (Instagram) & @billy (Twitter) Joe Galli - @joegalli (Instagram) & @joegallinews (Twitter), Kyle Davis - @kyledavisatl (Instagram) & @kyledavisatl (Twitter) Still not satiated? Stop by smashingpumpkins.com for merch and tour dates while making sure to go over to WPCThirtyThree.com where you will find playlists, lyrics, and more on the influences that make the Smashing Pumpkins music you love. Thirty-Three: New episodes every Tuesday!!!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This one combines the 80s on vinyl with the best of post punk new wave and alternative rock from that time. Join Danny for another awesome All Request Post Punk New Wave.Complete setlist 3/10/23Kraftwerk - SpacelabJoy Division - She's Lost ControlErasure - Sity Five ThousandThe Cure - Other VoicesThe Cure - One Hundred YearsThe Cure - La MentSiouxsie & The Banshees - ChristineSiouxsie & The Banshees - Isreal Siouxsie & The Banshees - Spellbounda-ha - Take On meGrace Jones - Slave To The RhythmThe Cars - Shake It UpThe Chamelons U.K. - Gary Numan - Are Friends Electric?Duran Duran - Hungry Like The WolfDepeche Mode -Lie To MeKagagoogoo - Too ShyPsychedelic Furs - Love My WayPrince & The Revolution - Let's Go CrazyNu Shooz - I Lost Your Number*Extra 80's tracks to fill time frame**Van Halen - Hot For Teacher*Outfield- Your Love *Men At Work - Who can It Be Now?Recorded live at the She Shack Studio 3/8/23-3/9/23© Copyright Danny Diess
This week Danny continues the focus on the decade of brilliant music that was the 1980's from every genre. Featuring music blocks by Michael Jackson, Pat Benatar, George Michael, Joy Division, The Police, Skinny Puppy, Whitney Houston, Ministry and many more . Also featuring classics by Fad Gadget, Yes, Bauhaus, M, Phillip Bailey, Phil Collins, Dan Hartman, Duran Duran, Prince, INXS, Devo, Swing Out Sister just to name a few.Complete Setlist - 3/3/23 Part 6 of a 10 part series of the 80's on vinyl with your host/dj Danny Diess.Big Country - In A Big CountryThe Cult - NirvanaPat Benatar - Anxiety (Get Nervous)ABC - Poison ArrowGrace Jones - Demolition ManToni Basil - MickeySimple Minds - All The Things She SaidTalk Talk - It's My LifeTalking Heads - And She WasJapan - Quite LifeKate Bush - Cloudbusting (extended mix)Kate Bush - Running Up That HillKate Bush - Experiment IV (extended mix)Siouxsie & The Banshees - Happy HouseSiouxsie & The Banshees - MonitorSiouxsie & The Banshees - Peek A BooThe B'52's - Song For A Future GenerationThe B'52's - Mesopotamia Peter Murphy - Cuts You UpThe Cure - A Forest Recorded live at The She Shack Studio on March 2nd 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess
This week Danny continues the focus on the decade of brilliant music that was the 1980's from every genre. Featuring music blocks by Michael Jackson, Pat Benatar, George Michael, Joy Division, The Police, Skinny Puppy, Whitney Houston, Ministry and many more . Also featuring classics by Fad Gadget, Yes, Bauhaus, M, Phillip Bailey, Phil Collins, Dan Hartman, Duran Duran, Prince, INXS, Devo, Swing Out Sister just to name a few. Complete Setlist - 2/25/23 Part 5 of a 10 part series of the 80's on vinyl with your host/dj Danny Diess.Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Don't Do Me Like ThatTom Petty & The Hearbreakers - Don't Come Around Here No MoreBilly Idol - White Wedding (remix)Billy Idol - Eyes Without A FaceU2 - New Year's DayU2 - The Sweetest ThingU2 - Where The Streets Have No NameU2 - Sunday Bloody SundayPeter Gabriel - SledgehammerIcicle Works - Whisper To A ScreamGeorge Thorogood & The Destroyers - Bad To The BoneToTo - RosannaTears For Fears - ShoutPeter Shilling - Major TomThe Doobie Brothers - What A Fool BelievesThe Dream Academy - Life In A Northern TownWhitney Houston - So EmotionalWhitney Houston - How Will I KnowWhitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With SomebodyRecorded live at The She Shack Studio on March 1st 2023. © Copyright Danny Diess 2023.
This week Danny focuses in on the decade of brilliant music from every genre. This week featuring music blocks by Michael Jackson, Pat Benatar, George Michael, Joy Division, The Police, Skinny Puppy, Whitney Houston, Ministry and more . Also featuring classics by Fad Gadget, Yes, Bauhaus, M, Phillip Bailey, Phil Collins, Dan Hartman, INXS, Devo, Swing Out Sister and so many more.Complete Setlist - 2/25/23 Part 4 of a 4 part series of the 80's on vinyl with your host/dj Danny Diess.Recorded live at The She Shack Studio on Febuary 20th 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess 2023.
This week Danny focuses in on the decade of brilliant music from every genre. This week featuring music blocks by Pat Benatar and George Michael. Also featuring classics by Fad Gadget, Yes, Bauhaus, She Wants Revenge, M, Phillip Bailey, Phil Collins, Dan Hartman, INXS, Devo and Swing Out Sister.Complete Setlist - 2/25/23 Part 3 of a 4 part series of the 80's on vinyl with your host/dj Danny Diess.Recorded live at The She Shack Studio on Febuary 20th 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess 2023.
Ted Asregadoo and Keith Creighton talk about The Grammys, The Rock Hall nominees for 2023 and new music releases. The post Episode 70: Grammys, Rock Hall of Fame, and New Music first appeared on Planet LP Podcast.
Those Good Old-Fashioned Values
full disclosure: this track had to be recorded twice and stitched together from backup audio because god fucking hates me. we got some good riffs in but it will sound like a Joy Division concert at points. i WILL make a better version once i get the audio issues sorted and i'm not insanely sick.
Episode 195: Happy Valentine's Day! Just to switch it up a bit, Joe and Kari are here to talk about some anti-Valentine's songs. Joan Jett and Alice Cooper got a couple top ten hits out of theirs, but there's also room for songs from Freddie Mercury, Joy Division and J. Geils Band that didn't chart quite so high. Number 195: Looking at some songs ranked on a couple of 200 best songs of the 80's lists. Jungle Brothers and Bad Brains made the list. Are these songs better than a Russell Stover chocolate collection? Listen to episode 195 and find out for yourself!
Waterproof Records with Jacob Givens
I welcome another fantastic musician this week who I found on TikTok named Dusty Gannon, who is the lead singer and guitarist of the goth rock band Vision Video. You can find Dusty online playing good music, wearing perfect goth makeup, and doing a hilariously charming character named 'Goth Dad.' But all of those things led him to where he is today... playing music for a living! I happily welcome Dusty on the show to share his story about serving in the military and becoming a fireman, what led him to making videos online, and finally his unsinkable album just so happens to be Joy Division's 1979 album, Unknown Pleasures. Get 30% off your first year of DistroKid, with my special VIP link: http://distrokid.com/vip/waterproof
What are the things you are competent and interested in but constitutionally not disposed to engage with? And how do we deal with not ever being in control? [21:40] This week, Joey, Aaron, and Jess talk about jazz piano, The Trifecta of Making Things Happen, The Overachiever's Dilemma, facilitators of fastidiousness, expectations, and purpose. They don't talk about The Perks of Being a Wallflower or Joy Division. references Mr. Joey's Lullaby Apropos of nada: "You DO doodle on the paper!" "Be water, my friend."
Guilford Chief of Police Butch Hyatt was on with Chaz and AJ to talk about the dire need for diapers in some parts of the community, and how you can help the police departments along the shoreline with donations to meet those needs. (0:00) Scot Haney is disappointed a specific band has not yet been inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame. He also had an opportunity to meet one of his biggest fans, Donna. (6:53) Not all movies need a sequel. However, the desire to make money will always influence poor decisions, and Joe Meyers has a list of the worst sequel attempts in movie history. (15:44) Before Boss Keith's Top 5 list began, he was surprised by Chaz and AJ wearing Joy Division shirts. Once he got started, he had a list of things you can do this weekend to make February not feel so terrible. (22:56) Image Credit: aga7ta / iStock / Getty Images Plus
Jon Caffery in conversation with David Eastaugh http://joncaffery.de British music producer and engineer, born 1960 in Dorset, England, UK. Began his career in London, but moved to Germany in 1983.
Six years after their last record, Paramore is back with new music, and their upcoming record seems to have an uncanny connection to the era of new wave. But what is “new wave” anyway? Is it just a period of time in music or something more? In this episode of Switched on Pop, we explore some of the tracks from This is Why, out February 10th, and connect them to the works of everyone from Talking Heads to Joy Division. Songs Discussed Paramore – C'est Comme Ça Olivia Rodrigo – good 4 u Paramore – Misery Business Paramore – Ain't It Fun Paramore – Pool Paramore – This Is Why Talking Heads – I Zimbra Talking Heads – Once in a Lifetime Siouxsie and the Banshees – Happy House The B-52's – Dirty Back Road Gang of Four – Cheeseburger Oingo Boingo – Just Another Day DEVO – Uncontrollable Urge Paramore – Hard Times Les Rita Mitsouko – C'est comme ça Talking Heads – Psycho Killer Selena Gomez – Bad Liar Paramore – The News Joy Division – Disorder Blondie – The Thin Line Blondie – The Tide Is High The Police – So Lonely Paramore – Pressure Paramore – Told You So Boy Harsher – LA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we travel back in time to the radical 80s when the 2nd British Invasion hit the States in the form of New Wave! However, we are exploring the true background of all these big pop hit makers; when they were PUNK! Whether you like this style of music or not, this is a fun exploration of the seedy underground beginning of some of the biggest 80s pop stars. This episode features songs with short track lengths and lots of, “No way! I can't believe that's ____”! It's PUNK ROCK people! It's fun and filthy and is where Kevin started down his path of music fanaticism. These songs are all firmly in the category of “Forgotten”. We hope we introduce to some tunes you may not have heard from these big New Wave hit makers.Songs this week include:Neon – “Information Of Death” from Obsessions EP (1982)The Cure – “I Dig You” from I'm A Cult Hero (1979)Beastie Boys – “Ode To…” from Polly Wog Stew EP (1982)Joy Division – “Warsaw” from Substance 1977-1980 (1978)The Go-Go's - “Party Pose” from Return To The Valley Of The Go-Go's (1979)Generation X – “Ready Steady Go” from Generation X (1978)Bananarama – “No Feelings (Sex Pistols)” from Party Party – The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1983)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
Primos welcome back the first Air Tight of 2023. Thank you hangin' out with me and 15 tracks. Go over to GreenCoastRadio.Com to listen to the best mix of uncensored cannabis content and music in the world. Send us an email to let us where your listening from at email@example.com. Enjoy the vibe. Air Tight #43 Leonard Cohn - Lovers (poem) Beth Hart & Jon Nichols - Fire on the Floor Black Charles - Stimalways Basement Freaks - A Blues Thang Blackalicious - Lotus Flower ft. George Clinton Dr. Dre - Deep Cover ft. Snoop Dogg Faces - Ooh La La Deer Lick - Something between Disco & House Misha B & The Mouse Outfit - FLWR Joy DIvision - She's lost control (Remastered 2007) The Greeting Committee - More The Smithereens - Wall of Sleep Fu Manchu - Godzilla Run the Jewels - The Ground Below Savages - TIWYG
Welcome to the first episode of season 8 of The Danny Diess Show with music by Kate Bush, The Associates, The Police, Devo, The Cramps, Altered Images, David Bowie just to name a few. Also in this episode is brand new music by the one and only Peter Gabriel and Northwest recording artist Trace Gas Analyz3r. Recorded live at The She Shack Studio on Jan 6th 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess 2023.
Episode 176 features the Washington D.C. based dark wave goth band Neuro Farm. They draw their influences from Radiohead, Joy Division, Nine Inch Nails, and Chelsea Wolf among others. In the interview I spoke with Brian & Rebecca who are both vocalists and songwriters in the band. They play guitar and violin respectively. They also happen to both be neuroscientists so we talked fairly extensively about that as well as their music. I featured Neuro Farms latest release which is a cover called “New Dawn Fades” by Joy Division as well as one of their originals called “Midnight Massacre.” If you like their stuff you can find it wherever you stream or listen to music. Links below. https://www.theneurofarm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/theneurofarm/ https://theneurofarm.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/theneurofarm/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/5wGa28EueXw29z19OvEq0T -- Podcast merch is available on Shopify. Shopify link -- Part-Time Rockstar Productions is available in the DMV for music videos and live filming. firstname.lastname@example.org -- The sponsor of this show is @Truly.strings guitar shop on Instagram. Based in Laurel, MD
DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands
Speaking to Rikard Tengvall of A Projection. The band first began in 2013 with influences such as The Cure, Joy Division, Interpol and Editors then went on to cut their first three albums which were firmly rooted in the post punk genre. In 2020, the band went through some changes that included their line up, their sound and their label. Currently, their latest 4th studio album entitled "In a Different Light" finds the band merging elements of dance flavored electronica with modern darkwave and classic '80s post-punk; the results, as the band explains, present a shift from a “hard-boiled, minimalistic sound into a more readily accessible one,” while still adhering to the attitude and aesthetic that first defined A PROJECTION. "In a Different Light" is available on Metropolis Records on both limited vinyl and compact disc along with all digital and streaming platforms. https://aprojection.comhttps://aprojection.bandcamp.comPlaylist and podcast: https://djnocturna.comYou Tube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DJNocturnaListen : http://modsnapradio.comQUEEN OF WANDS with DJ NocturnaEvery Saturday on ModSnap RadioKMOD: San Antonio"San Antonio's leading alternative streaming Radio Station since 2017"3pm (HST), 5pm (PST), 6pm (MST), 7pm (CST), 8pm (EST)#modsnapradio #postpunk #goth #industrial #darkelectronicmusic#DJNocturna #aprojection
Welcome to The Nothing Shocking Podcast 2.0 Reboot episode 145 with our guest Jack Bates of the Smashing Pumpkins and Peter Hook and the Light. In this episode we discuss Smashing Pumpkins latest tour; touring with his dad Peter Hook and playing the songs of Joy Division and New Order, and more! For more information visit: https://jackbass.info/ https://smashingpumpkins.com/ https://peterhookandthelight.live/ Hong Kong Sleepover: https://www.amazon.com/Butcher-Bolt-Explicit-Hong-Sleepover/dp/B07P5H6ZY2 or additional merchandise at https://thehongkongsleepover.bandcamp.com Also don't forget to like our Facebook page which can be found right here: https://www.facebook.com/nothingshockingpodcast/ or follow us on twitter at https://twitter.com/hashtag/noshockpod Help support the podcast and record stores by shopping at Ragged Records. http://www.raggedrecords.org
For this months album spotlight we dive into the 1981 vinyl compiliation of live and studio works from Joy Division. Also included in the extra episode is music from New Order and Fad Gadget. To see a full track listing of music played please see the episodes chapters. Recorded at The She Shack on 12/28-29/22. © Copyright Danny Diess
Introducing the Band:Your hosts Scot Bertram (@ScotBertram) and Jeff Blehar (@EsotericCD) are with guest Phil Wegmann. Phil is White House reporter for RealClearNews and RealClearPolitics. Check him out on Twitter at @PhilipWegmann.Phil's Music Pick: The NationalLet us tell you, we have had *a bunch* of listeners ask us for an episode on The National, and we are nothing if not responsive to our fans. Neither one of your hosts previously was extremely familiar with the band, which is why we called in our ringer, Phil Wegmann, who earlier helped to lead our path through the Creedence Clearwater Revival show.Looking at Wiki's description of The National -- “The National has been compared to Joy Division, Leonard Cohen, Interpol, Wilco, Depeche Mode and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds” -- you could be forgiven for thinking this already was one of Jeff's favorite bands. And that doesn't even take into account the fact there's a lot of Arcade Fire in this music, as well.Much of your opinion of The National could hinge on how you feel about lead singer/lyricist Matt Berninger and his classic baritone voice. There's not a ton of vocal modulation on these tracks! That, of course, makes for a distinctive sound and separates the band from many of its peers.The band's self-titled debut is a bit of an outlier – there are sounds there they never quite would return t0 – but after that, a fantastic string of albums begins with Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers, one Scot argues actually is among their best. Alligator, Boxer, and High Violet make the case for The National becoming one of the most consistent acts of the decade while continuing to tweak their songwriting and performance at each stage. 2013's Trouble Will Find Me ends up as a top choice of all three of your hosts.Maybe you're new to the band, too! Don't worry. Jump in and experience The National through the eyes of a superfan and two other hosts who were in the same position you're in. And if you already love The National, well, there's a decent chance our takes will somehow manage to irk each and every one of you in some way. We can't all be “Mr. November,” after all.
Desperately Seeking Paul : Paul Weller Fan Podcast
On this episode of The Paul Weller Fan Podcast, we hear the incredible story of another absolute legend - the multi-award-winning music photographer - Jill Furmanovsky. We kick off her story in 1965, as she emigrated from Zimbabwe with her parents to England, on to studying graphic design and starting her career in 1972, when she became in-house photographer at the Rainbow Theatre specialising in live rock concerts. Over the last fifty years she has photographed some of the greatest musicians in the world including Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Madness, Debbie Harry, Pink Floyd, Oasis, Bob Dylan, Joy Division, Queen, Tom Waits, Chrissie Hynde, The Clash, Bjork and Amy Winehouse... And of course - The Jam, capturing many incredible shots from their live gigs, along with Paul Weller for The Face Magazine and at Glastonbury Festival as other examples... We also hear about RockArchive.com - an incredible online home for music photography, that Jill founded in 1998, which features over 1000 images by more than 80 photographers and graphic designers from all over the world. Find out more in the show notes for this podcast on my website and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/store
Carla and Brad Talk About Krautrock
Today we depart from our usual programming to post a LIVE SHOW ALERT.Turns out Brad sneaked off to London last month to catch surviving member of Neu! Michael Rother's live performance at the Clapham Grand! Joining Michael on stage were Hans Lampe (of La Düsseldorf, on drums), Franz Bargmann (of Camera, on guitar) and electronic composer and recent Rother collaborator Vittoria Maccabruni.Special guests included Hot Chip, known Krautrock exponent Stephen Morris, of Joy Division and New Order, *and* Paul Weller.Join us for a deep dive on the show. Tangents and digressions of course abound -- we are who we are -- but this episode's lodestar and our guiding light is Herr Rother: cracking musician, King of Krautrock, and lovely human being.Here's to you, Michael. Get well soon!
BTW if you listen to any of the links: Play loud (but please don't damage your ears!)Links All the Day and All of the Night: The Kinks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6qYstpbNu4 New Dawn Fades Joy Division: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHC2ozNKfYA New Rose The Damned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUxFQ5QBiYk Long distance runaround Yes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS-k02hf-hI Roundabout Yes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPCLFtxpadE Little fluffy clouds The Orb https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNfjpmvbQG0 Nelly the elephant by the Toy Dolls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m7tPikH0UA Song 2 Blur: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz4l9_bzfZM Roots Manuva, Witness the Fitness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltP7L16A8Hs Rizzle Kicks Prophet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lLyr76L5Ic Sammy Virji. Daga da: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9nm50vmQks Stranglers Nice N Sleazy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAEM40UYKeU Nina Simone My baby just cares for me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZS7iKdRo5Q Strawbs Part of the Union: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJYbFFFZwdE Queen The Show Must Go On: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t99KH0TR-J4 Amy Winehouse You know I'm know good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-I2s5zRbHg Grinderswitch: Pickin the Blues: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJjFWGd8iPg
Another mega vinyl mix of 80's 90's and more from legendary alternative music DJ Danny Diess . This week featuring music by Joy Division, Deep Purple, Modern English, Jane's Addiction, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Kraftwerk, Wang Chung and more. Recorded at The She Shack Studio November 21 2022.© Copyright Danny Diess
dl is an island and his ships coming in. Let's talk about best and favorite bands of all time! Music in Episode by furiousBall and the album Good, No Good https://furiousball.bandcamp.com/album/good-no-good https://open.spotify.com/album/71c46usCPUMw3McD0Q6KE1?si=B9Vd5pjIRcefkfKhjsK-Hw Song in Episode: Just Whisper the News to Me, A Fossil in Her Shadow and I Let you Find Me Go Download!!!!
This week Danny spins vinyl from his private collection with an album block of Pink Floyd and their album "Animals". Also this week another block of music from newly inducted Rock-N-Roll Hall Of Famers Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo. Also music by Falco, Depeche Mode, Devo, Michael Jackson and much more. Recorded at The She Shack November 11th & 12th 2022.© Copyright Danny Diess.
Here is our interview with one of the founding members of Joy Division, New Order and The Light, Peter Hook. Enjoy the insight, the ceremony and the atmosphere of one of the most influential bass player of the Post Punk era. The video version is on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/100063297726030/videos/625143802696575 Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com Twitter: @pleasuersknown
It doesn't get much more broad or accessible than a discussion of records by Joy Division and The Cure, but to put a particular spin on this episode we're each discussing our favourite live record by our favourite band. There's also some discussion of the peculiar and hotly discussed Sick New World festival line-up on this week's podcast.
This week Danny spins vinyl from his private collection with an album block of The Cure's 1989 masterpiece "Disintegration" and a block of newly Rock-N-Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Pat Benatar. Also music by Fad Gadget, Culture Club, Falco, Depeche Mode, Devo, and much more. Recorded at The She Shack November 7th 2022.© Copyright Danny Diess.
Tony Michaelides finds it uncomfortable to call himself legendary, as one would, but he is indeed legendary in the music business…promoting acts including U2, The Stone Roses, David Bowie, New Order, The Police, Depeche Mode, Simply Red, Bob Marley, Massive Attack, REM, Matchbox Twenty, The Pixies, Elvis Costello, Genesis, Johnny Cash, Whitney Houston, Annie Lennox, Tom Petty, Peter Gabriel…and many more. Born in Manchester he resolutely made it his mission to promote home grown bands and ended up creating a Sony Award winning music show on Manchester's biggest commercial station. His book ‘Moments That Rock' and the podcast of the same name regale some of his brilliant stories and you're absolutely going to love him on this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Carolina and Marcus are back from their UK journey to bring you even more Joy Division goodness, this week featuring additional stories that couldn't quite fit into the Joy Division series, as well as an in-depth breakdown of their recent experiences seeing both New Order and Peter Hook, live in person.
Obscure with Michael Ian Black
Andy wonders why Joy Division was never played on classic rock radio. On Rachel's Chart Chat, Rachel from Des Moines finds gems in charts from 1971 and 1983. You can find a playlist for Rachel's Chart Chat here. Follow Rachel on Last.fm here.
[Content/trigger warning: Talk of suicide.] Joy Division's story is a fascinating one, and the path they took to become who they are -- and who they became after the tragic loss of their lead singer Ian Curtis -- is a story for the history books. In this episode, we talk about the creation of their iconic song "Love Will Tear Us Apart," the grueling recording process, U2's Bono's surprising connection to the song, and Ian Curtis' legacy. We also talk about our memories and stories related to Joy Division, including our obsession with the movie "Control." On the way, we talk about the Swedish metal band Ghost and where they've popped up lately. Enjoying the show? Tell us what you think on the socials at @stephaniestalktunes/@stephaniestalk, or give us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts or Goodpods! Proud member of Pantheon Podcasts.
Peter Saville is a man of the moment—and has been, again and again, throughout the past five decades. Raised in Manchester, England, in the sixties—in tandem with the growing prominence of counterculture, the rise of anti-war sentiments, and the birth of pop—Saville developed early on a keen eye and ear for the zeitgeist, or what he terms “nowness.” In his adolescence, he took up a fervent interest in music and in record covers in particular, and went on to art school to study graphic design. In his final year, he was commissioned to design the very first posters for the punk music venue The Factory, which would soon morph into the legendary independent record label Factory Records. Across his prolific, nearly 50-year-long career in graphic design and art direction, Saville has created album covers for Joy Division and New Order (most iconically, the one for Joy Division's debut studio album, Unknown Pleasures); branding for clients including Ferragamo, Burberry, and Aston Martin; and more recently, even Kvadrat fabric designs—each drawing inspiration from the spirit of their times—that can be called nothing short of era-defining. Woven across all of his work are provocative dialogues between past, present, and future.On this episode, Saville speaks with Andrew about coming of age in the punk and post-punk worlds, the increasing impossibility of tracking “nowness,” and creating literal signs of the times.Special thanks to our Season 6 sponsor, L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts.Show notes:Peter Saville[12:11] Kvadrat Technicolour[01:10:48] Power, Corruption & Lies album cover[42:21] Factory Records[50:15] FAC1 poster[50:15] Haçienda[53:13] FAC 2[29:23] Unknown Pleasures album cover[01:22:13] Closer album cover[01:24:43] “Blue Monday” cover[01:35:44] The Apartment[01:39:29] Show Studio