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Join Rob and Joseph as they chronologically discuss all the notable albums of the punk/new wave movement. From the messy, anarchic noise of the early 70’s proto-punk rockers to the tired, polished death-rattles of the mid-80’s corporate synth-poppers, no stone goes unturned in their quest to fully examine the birth, life and death of “the wave” that produced some of the most beloved songs in modern popular music.
 
Post-Punk.com presents interviews and discussions about post-punk, goth, industrial, synth, and shoegaze, and more! Hosted by Editor in Chief Alex Baker, along with an assortment of contributing editors, the Post-Punk Podcast is an oral history of a thriving music scene that initially began during the late 70s. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/postpunk/support
 
A podcast from the heart of the darkness. Your hosts select the finest Post Punk, Industrial, New Wave, Goth and Darksynth tracks. We bring you the stories behind hot new releases and classic songs, as well as some 100% Goth approved movie tips. Come join us and feast on tunes with a dark edge!
 
Maus spins a wide variety of Dark electronic music including Synthpop, Electropop, Indie Dance, Darkwave and New Wave, with Strangelove focusing on Nu-goth, Post-punk and Synthwave aesthetics. Maus has started several club nights, including Simply Synthpop, Strangelove, Communion After Dark and Obscura Undead events. Maus has also been a member of the Communion After Dark DJ team since mid-2012. Follow me for playlists and events at www.mausmix.com!
 
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Long time Bay Area punk DJ Carolyn Keddy joins the lads to help determine if Antmusic actually has lost its taste. Learn more about Carolyn's work at: http://carolynkeddy.com/ Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3V3WViB Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com.
 
November 1979 continues with releases from the likes of Simple Minds, the Raincoats and the Damned. Plus, the lads discuss favorite bass players (and J adds a new name to his list). Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3DI8IvC Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com.
 
November of '79 is yet another month so big it has to be split in two. Join the lads for lively discussions around albums from the likes of Boomtown Rats, PiL, Marianne Faithfull and Adam and the Ants. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3DI8IvC Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com.…
 
It's another action-packed month with so many albums, it needs to be split into two episodes. The lads tackle the first half by discussing releases by the likes of Blondie, Joe Jackson, the Fall, the Police and Skids. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3Ru4jBv Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
It's the month so nice we had to cover it twice... The lads take a close look at the remaining 9 albums released in September of '79. Wires and Iggys and Banshees, oh my! Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3SfAdT9 Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
These are the salad days of post-punk and new wave. With releases from the likes of Buzzcocks, Gang of Four, the Slits, XTC, Talking Heads and Gary Numan, what's not to love? Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3BbT8bw Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
It's not a party until... the members of the tribute band Mock Lobster join the lads to talk all things B-52's. A barrel of monkeys has got nothing on this episode! Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3QYaBd1 Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
Bookended by two game-changing debut albums, June/July of 1979 is a wild ride! Join R&J as they examine releases from the likes of the Knack, the Cars, the B-52's, Devo, Joy Division and the Flying Lizards. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3dt4BKu Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
It's the conclusion of our first crossover episode! The Deep Dive lads join the host of This is Modern Rock to examine some of the important bands that debuted in 1987-88. Part two of two. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3PLSQxa Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
It's our first crossover episode! The Deep Dive lads join the host of This is Modern Rock to examine some of the important bands that debuted in 1987-88. Part one of two. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3PLSQxa Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
Patti Smith: a highly influential icon that helped shaped the punk and post-punk movements. Can you love the bands she influenced without actually liking HER music? R+J hash it out while examining her first six albums. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3nfoTJ5 Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
The lads are horrified (HORRIFIED!) to discover that they previously overlooked an important January 1979 album: Joe Jackson's "Look Sharp." They make amends here. Also, let's pour one out for Depeche Mode's Andy Fletcher. Plus: Kate Bush is having herself a moment and brand new (old} Wire. Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
We're 1/3 of the way through 1979 and things are starting to really heat up! With May releases from the likes of the Cure, David Bowie, M, and the Undertones, there's not a dog in the bunch. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3Q0TBmr Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
Patrik Fitzgerald broke this podcast! Is it possible to do a deep dive on someone you know very little about? J fumbles his way through as R continues his mission to (re)introduce the world to the original folk punk artist. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3PCDhZ1 Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
The first Bonus Track episode of the season finds the lads addressing a number of pressing questions... Where's the Patrik Fitzgerald Deep Dive we were promised? Have you poured one out for Chris Bailey yet? What's the deal with the Graham Parker album "Squeezing Out Sparks?" And, is it possible for J to revisit his favorite albums of April 1979 wi…
 
This episode is brought to you by the number "10" (albums discussed) and the letter "D" (for "delightful"). The lads are thoroughly charmed by albums from the likes of Gina X Performance, Tubeway Army, Patrik Fitzgerald, the Pop Group and the Members. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/37WJgXt Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gm…
 
It's hard to think of a pre-punk band that casts a longer shadow over the post-punk/new wave movement than Roxy Music. But, despite being hugely influential, Roxy Music has been mostly forgotten here in the States. So R+J call in the big guns (Richard Temple) to help fill in the gaps on this illustrious band. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify:…
 
There must have been something in the air in March of 1979, because this bunch of albums veers off in a pretty weird, spooky direction. With music from the likes of the Fall, Alternative TV, Squeeze, Magazine and Simple Minds, J gets a little freaked out by it all, but R finds himself in his happy place! Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: http…
 
With the stellar array of albums released at the beginning of 1979, R+J couldn't have asked for a more auspicious way to start Season Three! There's lots of new discoveries and pleasant surprises here from the likes of Crass, Stiff Little Fingers, Elvis Costello, Split Enz and Bill Nelson's Red Noise. Listen to the full playlist on YouTube: https:/…
 
The lads get their December episode released just under the wire! Join R+J as they take one last look at 1978 with a rundown of their favorite songs from that year. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3t1wNdp Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
In this season's penultimate episode, R+J count down their personal top ten lists of 1978 while speculating on what the final community list will look like (to be revealed in next week's season finale). Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
The lads record the last Bonus Track of the season to address a few pressing questions. Have you submitted your top 5 list yet? Who the hell is Pete and what crappy project is he here to promote? Wait, the band Sparks isn't from the UK? And what exactly do you do if Kate Bush is haunting your house? You can still submit your top five list on FaceBo…
 
It's time to vote for your 5 favorite punk/new wave albums of 1978. The deadline of November 17th is coming up fast! To help out, R+J attempt an overview of the entire 1978 output. Is it possible to cover 70+ albums in one episode? The lads give it their best. You can submit your top five list on FaceBook or email it to deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
The lads record a last-minute Bonus Track episode to address a number of burning questions. Exactly where is the Deep Dive episode on the Jam that everyone was promised? Was J wearing the wrong hat while watching the Sparks musical "Annette?" Who the hell is Mike Rosen? Was Lou Reed a New Wave artist? And (most importantly) how many penises is too …
 
Is November 1978 the greatest month ever for punk and new wave releases? It's too soon to tell. But with debuts from Siouxsie and the Banshees, the Police, X-Ray Spex, Tubeway Army, and Midnight Oil (not to mention iconic albums from the Clash, the Jam, Kate Bush and Pere Ubu), November '78 is a real contender for the title. Listen to the full play…
 
It's time to learn more about Boston's punk and new wave bands. Acclaimed music photographer Michael Grecco takes the lads deep down the rabbit hole to discover some long forgotten gems from Boston's 70-80s punk scene. Some of these are so obscure we needed two playlists to cover them all. Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3y4wQnn -- YouTube: https://bit.l…
 
Largely ignored by the pop charts but revered by new wave enthusiasts in the know, XTC has always been a singular band with a singular sound. Superfan J gets to fully nerd out as the lads are visited by Mark Fisher, the host of "‎What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast". Join them as they exam the first half of XTC's catalog. Listen to the ful…
 
Your hosts Goof and Jeroen are broadcasting Post-Punk and Synth waves from the crypt. In this final episode, we infect you with New Order, the B 52's, The Cure, The The, Div Juz, Odyssey, Rosetta Stone, Love and Rockets, and Arab Strap.
 
70's punk and new wave is typically a tightly knit boys club, but in October 1978... girls rule and boys drool! R+J discover two visionary female artists that point the way forward for the new wave movement. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Ty6rAe Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
Mariah Carey vs. Buzzcocks! Buzzcocks vs. Magazine! Stranglers vs. Moody Blues! Silliness prevails in another mini episode with R+J. There's even more music this time around, but it's still probably for serious listeners only. Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
Your hosts Goof and Jeroen are broadcasting Post-Punk and Synth waves from the crypt again. In this episode we infect you with The Human League, Buzzcocks, Pink Turns Blue, MOEV, Alice In Chains and Celibates. Sit back, relax, and open your mind.
 
It's the Buzz, Cock! Will Westercauw, host of the podcast "This is Modern Rock," joins the lads to examine the discography of his favorite punk band, Buzzcocks. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3cWgqWp Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
R+J try something new with a mini episode! They talk about the last episode, what's coming the next episode, Sparks, Wire and other assorted topics. There's a bit of music along the way, but this one's still probably for serious listeners only. Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com
 
This week's Triple Crown of Darkness by Sisters of Mercy, Alphaville and Ultravox is complemented by some killer tracks from Magnus, Doppler Effect and Twice a Man. Come kick back and relax with an hour of some of the best alternative & dark music from the last 40 years. Come join The Infected!
 
On the fifth episode of the Post-Punk Podcast, our Editor-in-Chief Alex Baker spoke to Wayne Hussey of The Mission, a band that formed in wake of The Sisters of Mercy's debut album First and Last and Always, and its aborted follow-up. During the interview, Wayne talks about his work with several other bands, including Pauline Murray and the Invisib…
 
Holy Smokes! This is where it really gets good! From an album Gary Numan views as his single biggest musical inspiration, to the first real big US commercial New Wave breakthrough, to an album that kinda freaks R+J out, August and September feel like a real watershed moment for the new wave movement. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://…
 
Deep Dives and Deep Cuts turns one year old this week and R+J call an emergency session to celebrate the occasion. They each pick the most surprising song, album and artist they've discovered over the last year, then wrap things up with a closer look at an album from each of their desert island lists. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https:/…
 
Your hosts are back after being infected with COVID-19. Well, one of them. In this episode we discuss and play 6 great tracks from Severed Heads, GOOSE, Death Bells, SJOBLOM, Velvet Condom and Poésie Noire. We also have a great movie tip. We also offer you the chance to win merchandise with our beloved 8-Bit minute challenge. Thanks for staying alo…
 
Q: Is this not bland? A: Hell no, it's DEVO! Author of the book "Punk, Post Punk, New Wave" (and acclaimed punk/new wave photographer) Michael Grecco joins the lads to examine the catalog of new wave pioneers DEVO. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3bx4GJs -- Email us at deepdives.deepcuts@gmail.com…
 
The beginning of Summer 1978 sees the release of 2 groundbreaking albums, a couple solid efforts from artists destined for future greatness and a handful of absolute clunkers! R emerges a lot happier than J after exploring releases by Talking Heads, the Rezillos, the Boomtown Rats, DEVO, Peter Gabriel, Magazine and Tom Robinson Band. Plus, a Closer…
 
It's time to examine the Manchester, England music scene of the 70s and 80s. The only problem is that R+J know very little about it. Thankfully, Richard Temple pops in from Manchester itself to provide backup. As the show's very first guest, he schools the lads on the scene that produced bands like the Buzzcocks, the Fall, Joy Division and the Happ…
 
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