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Discussions about the new generations of bands influenced by '80s New Wave and Postpunk

Postby manekineko » Tue Jun 07, 2005 8:24 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by Blir[/i]
<br>Hey I'm going to Freeport Wednesday and Bar Harbor Thursday. Should I just drop off my hard drive on the way?!!! [:p]
[/quote]

Hey, Blir, that would be swell! [;)][:p] Like you travel with your hard drive in your suitcase...

At least you'll have some good weather up here, after the hideously cold and wet May we had.

BTW, I never told you how much I enjoyed your photo essay of NYC last month. The photos were beautiful and well composed, and the new wave commentary provided the perfect real-time accompaniment.
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Postby Frau_Blucher » Tue Jun 07, 2005 9:14 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by manekineko[/i]
<br>Hey, Blir, that would be swell! [;)][:p] Like you travel with your hard drive in your suitcase...

At least you'll have some good weather up here, after the hideously cold and wet May we had.

BTW, I never told you how much I enjoyed your photo essay of NYC last month. The photos were beautiful and well composed, and the new wave commentary provided the perfect real-time accompaniment.
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Oh stop! [:I] And not everyone travels with their hard drives?? Seriously, I'll have it with me....the Jackson Labs researchers are huge music fans sharing their iTunes networks all day long at work. It's going to be a mega swap meet! [^] Email me if interested...or not if this internet stuff is too creepy ya know?
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Postby medication881 » Mon Jul 04, 2005 12:17 am

The Sounds and Stimulator are definitely worth checking out.
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Postby goutroy » Wed Jul 06, 2005 6:00 am

I don't think these have been mentioned yet:

<a href="http://www.theprids.com/" target="_blank">The Prids</a> (like New Order meets My Bloody Valentine)

<a href="http://www.artbrut.org.uk//" target="_blank">Art Brut</a> (raw, catchy powerpop a la Buzzcocks)

<a href="http://www.myspace.com/sovietboy" target="_blank">Soviet</a>
(awesome OMD-inspired electro)

<a href="http://www.theaeffect.com/" target="_blank">The Aeffect</a>
(If you like The Faint, you should like them too)

<a href="http://www.hinthint.org/site/" target="_blank">Hint Hint</a>
(Synth-heavy post-punk with vocals similar to Placebo's.)

<a href="http://www.everymoveapicture.com/" target="_blank">Every Move a Picture</a> Danceable rock from San Francisco.

<a href="http://www.thefeveronline.com/" target="_blank">The Fever</a> (Catchy, punky mix of new wave, glam, hair metal, and powerpop)

<a href="http://morthemvladeart.chez.tiscali.fr/" target="_blank">Morthem Vlade Art</a> Excellent European dark electro.

<a href="http://www.misskittin.com/" target="_blank">Miss Kittin</a>
(Miss Kittin and the Hacker is one of the greatest retro-sounding albums out there, especially if you love robotic/monotone female vocals)

<a href="http://www.lostsounds.net/" target="_blank">Lost Sounds</a>
One of my personal favorite bands. Extremely raw, loud garage-synth (?) music. If you like The Screamers or Nervous Gender, check them out.

<a href="http://www.theepoxies.com/" target="_blank">The Epoxies</a>
Just plain awesome. Their live shows feature a keytar, lasers, and lots of retro clothing and duct tape.

<a href="http://www.movingunits.net/" target="_blank">Moving Units</a> (incredibly danceable post punk with awesome basslines (think Gang of Four's Damaged Goods)

<a href="http://www.thelovemakers.com/" target="_blank">The Lovemakers</a> I cannot say enough good things about these guys. They're a local synthpop band (local to me anyway; from Oakland) who are blowing up here and soon all over the country. And they started out as essentially a Cure cover band. If you live in LA or the Bay Area, they have residencies at Club Moscow in Hollywood and Cafe DU Nord in SF... easily one of the most fun live shows around!


...and I'll be seeing <a href="http://www.lostdetective.com/" target="_blank">My Favorite</a> on Friday. They sound like Belle and Sebastian gone new wave.
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Postby whistledog » Wed Jul 06, 2005 11:00 am

Ringside - Tired of Being Sorry
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Postby michaeltb41 » Sun Jul 17, 2005 12:02 pm

here's some more to check out...

1-maximo park-again, very xtc influenced, debut cd called" a certain trigger"
2-motormark-two piece from england. very 80s electro punk influenced. love spinning something from their cd called "chrome tape"and adam ant's "cartrouble" back to back when i'm on the air...
3-the vanishing-more of an 80s gothic and carabet style
4-the glass candy-very new wavish, gothic, etc..
5-annie
6-diamond nights-more like 80s commercial hair metal. but it sounds soooo good.
7-outhud
8-bloc party
9-the go! team-from scotland. their lead by a female rpper. very early 80s hip hop influenced (but with a indie twist) their cd won't be released here in the staes until the can get their samples cleared...
10-!!!-supergruop from brooklyn and sacramento, calif.
11-miss tk and the revenge-2 piece from nj. miss tk and her husband (she just recently had her first child) great girl indie pop..12-cristina-new wave diva from the 80s. madonna stole her look and sound. recorded 2 cds. most popular song "what's a girl to do" (on a compilation from the band ladytron)
12-ladytron
13-neon blonde
14-filepe and runway-2 piece from miami
15-tiga-canadian dj. has alot of songs on dj hells "internationl dj gigalo" series of cds
16-pixeltan
17-the juan mcclean
18-the paradise boys
19-lesbians on ecstcy
20-death from 1979 (my favs!!!!)

there's more but check out some of these groups. have fun!!!!!!!!
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Postby michaeltb41 » Sun Jul 17, 2005 12:03 pm

here's some more to check out...

1-maximo park-again, very xtc influenced, debut cd called" a certain trigger"
2-motormark-two piece from england. very 80s electro punk influenced. love spinning something from their cd called "chrome tape"and adam ant's "cartrouble" back to back when i'm on the air...
3-the vanishing-more of an 80s gothic and carabet style
4-the glass candy-very new wavish, gothic, etc..
5-annie
6-diamond nights-more like 80s commercial hair metal. but it sounds soooo good.
7-outhud
8-bloc party
9-the go! team-from scotland. their lead by a female rpper. very early 80s hip hop influenced (but with a indie twist) their cd won't be released here in the staes until the can get their samples cleared...
10-!!!-supergruop from brooklyn and sacramento, calif.
11-miss tk and the revenge-2 piece from nj. miss tk and her husband (she just recently had her first child) great girl indie pop..12-cristina-new wave diva from the 80s. madonna stole her look and sound. recorded 2 cds. most popular song "what's a girl to do" (on a compilation from the band ladytron)
12-ladytron
13-neon blonde
14-filepe and runway-2 piece from miami
15-tiga-canadian dj. has alot of songs on dj hells "internationl dj gigalo" series of cds
16-pixeltan
17-the juan mcclean
18-the paradise boys
19-lesbians on ecstcy
20-death from above 1979 (my favs!!!!)

there's more but check out some of these groups. have fun!!!!!!!!
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Postby darren » Tue Jul 26, 2005 1:53 pm

If you want to check out some great australian hardedged new wave rock/pop go to www.bekiandthebullets.com they are about to do big things!
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