This is the Strangeways Radio countdown of our top 10 songs released in January 2020 spanning a variety of alternative genres, presented by DJ Mikey
The Week In Review – 2020 Week 3 featuring Depeche Mode, Humanist, Ministry, House Of Love, Boomtown Rats
Velvet Rebel recaps This Week In Music as covered by Strangeways Radio and Slicing Up Eyeballs. He recaps what’s this years Hall Of Fame inductees including Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails, along with his views on the Kraftwerk omission. Plus, reviews of the latest singles from Humanist w/ Dave Gahan and The Boomtown Rats. Concert news from Ministry and The House Of Love is covered. And finally, he looks back at the anniversaries of classic albums from The Sundays and David Bowie and leaves us with a track from an up and coming band – Moaning
On the exciting day that Humanist released their Shock Collar collaboration with Dave Gahan, Rob Marshall, the mastermind behind the project, conducted an interview with Strangeways to tell us how this project came to be.
Rob Marshall (Exit Calm) will release a new project called Humanist on February 2020. This will feature collaborations with Mark Lanegan, Mark Gardener (Ride) and….Dave Gahan! The Dave Gahan single is called Shock Collar and this is the track we have all been waiting for. Today, the wait is over.
Velvet Rebel recaps This Week In Music as covered by Strangeways Radio and Slicing Up Eyeballs. He recaps what’s new with Pet Shop Boys, Morrissey, Bauhaus, Artoffact Records, Humanist ft Dave Gahan and David Bowie
Last June, we reported a new project called Humanist that features the music of Rob Marshall. The album will feature the music of Mark Gardener from Ride, Mark Lanegan from Queens Of The Stone Age and Screaming Trees and more. But, the song that most of you have been anticipating is the collaboration with Dave Gahan from Depeche Mode.
Richard regales us with stories from the likes of Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Berlin and many other 80’s legends about the songs that meant the most to him personally, and the tracks he was quite literally responsible for breaking in America. Through hosting his many Video shows and his radio gigs, Richard became a rock star himself