This week, instead of posting a traditional show I have chosen to present a recording of a set that I DJ’d for the DAMNED Masquerade Ball in Detroit on Halloween. This wasn’t meant to be a traditional club dj setting. Instead it’s more of an ethereal experience. Use the comment section below to let us…
This weeks episode is highlighted by a dream collaboration between synth icons Camouflage with Heppner from Wolfsheim. Lots of other new releases in the genres of synthpop, indie pop, indie rock, post punk and dream pop.
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 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 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.
We are bringing back a popular feature to Strangeways called Alternative Timelines. Each post identifies iconic images and formats them perfectly to fit on your Facebook Timeline Header. There will be a different theme each week and for the first installment, I decided to go with a simple Alternative Classics theme that focuses on three of the most iconic covers of all time.
This weeks show features sets containing brand new releases in the genres of synthpop, dark wave, indie pop and electronica. We have the exciting new releases from Chvrches plus The Chemical Brothers featuring Beck. We have plenty of other new releases and classics mixed in as well.
DJ Mikey presents a mix featuring some of his favorite Depeche Mode remixes
This mix features brand new music from legendary 80s new wave artists. All of these songs have been released after 2010. Many of these songs are as good, if not better, then the artists original work from the 80’s. It’s great to see that these bands that we grew up with are still making relevant music today.