This weeks episode features new releases in the genres of Post Punk, Dark Wave, Synthpop and music with feels!! Yet another brand new New Order track is featured, along with a couple of classics and several brand new artists to introduce.
This is Volume 3 of one of my favorite genre’s of music – music inspired by the sounds of the Drive Soundtrack. This mix features new releases that I feel would have fit perfectly on the soundtrack.
Last weeks show had a ton of big name new releases, and I think we topped that this week with brand new songs from New Order, Suede, The Editors, Lust For Youth and Brandon Flowers…plus all sorts of other synth goodies
This weeks shows has riches of new releases from all sorts of big name artists including New Order, Club 8, Tracy Thorn, Chvrcues, Metric, and Radio Dept. Enjoy the electronic, synthpop and indie rock new releases!
The show has some big ticket new releases including Chromatics, a-Ha, and Dave Gahan and Soulsavers. Expect to hear the latest synthpop, dark wave Indie, and dream pop
This weeks show features new releases in the genres of synthpop, indie rock, dreampop and shoegaze. Highlighting the show are new releases from Duran Duran and Hurts. Lots of other new artists to introduce along with classics from Jesus And Mary Chain, New Order and more.
This weeks show features new releases in the genres of Dreampop, Synthpop, Indie and Brit Pop. The new single fromm Hurts, a brand new band that sounds a lot like Depeche Mode, and an amazing remix of a classic from Cyndi Lauper highlight this weeks selections.
This episode features brand new releases in the genres of shoegaze, synthpop, drive music and dark wave. Highlighting the show is the brand new single from Duran Duran plus classics from The Sundays, The Cure and Roxy Music.
What is a Slobberknocker? It’s a song that gets you off your ass, bopping up and down, and possible singing at the top of your lungs. It’s a song that sets you in a frenzy on the dance floor for no apparent reason. It’s fun, it’s high energy and these are some of my favorite Slobberknockers.
This weeks show features exciting new releases from Chvrches, The Editors and SPC ECO plus lot of new bands to introduce in the genres of synthpop, trip hop and indie.