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The Hustle – Episode 139 – Michael Camacho of Sly Fox

For a duo with a hit as big as “Let’s Go All The Way” was in 1986, there should be more to the Sly Fox story than there is. Brought together in an almost “boy band” fashion, Michael Camacho and Gary “Mudbone” Cooper only managed one album that featured one giant hit (#7 in 1986) and that was all she wrote. To this day, their one album, also titled Let’s Go All the Way, has never been released on cd. This week Michael tells us how the band came together,…

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A Music Blog, Yea? – Interview with Gary Numan

Watch AMBY’s exclusive interview with Gary Numan! Gary Numan is an absolute legend — a true pioneer of electronic music in the mid to late seventies with his band Tubeway Army and a new wave icon. 2017 was an exciting year for Numan as he shared his new album release Savage (Songs from a Broken World) with fans, with serves as his most electronic album release since 1979’s The Pleasure Principle. I love this artist, this new album, and couldn’t wait to pick his brain during his latest stop in…

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Rolling Stone Music Now – The Untold Story of New Order and Joy Division

Former New Order bassist Peter Hook (author of the new book Substance: Inside New Order) breaks down how Joy Division turned into New Order, remembers Ian Curtis, and much, much more in a hilarious, deep, career-spanning interview with host Brian Hiatt. http://traffic.megaphone.fm/PNP7927873096.mp3

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The Hustle – Episode 127 – Matthew Seligman of the Soft Boys/Thompson Twins

In the 80s bassist Matthew Seligman was a part of some of the best alternative music coming out of England. Within the span of just a few months he managed to join the Soft Boys near the end of their run and Thompson Twins near the beginning of theirs. And shortly thereafter he forged longstanding partnerships with Robyn Hitchcock and especially Thomas Dolby, contributing to the excellent music they were producing during that decade. While this was happening, his expertise served additional artists ranging from Morrissey and Peter Murphy to…

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Reverb – Peter Hook of Joy Division & New Order Discusses his Bass Guitars | Reverb Interview

Peter Hook was the bassist and one of the principle songwriters in both Joy Division and New Order. From a Yamaha BB100s to his six-string Shergold, Hook walks us through the basses he used to achieve his legendary tone.

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The Hustle – Episode 90 – Animotion

No series on the indelible hits of the 80s would be complete without showcasing the enduring “Obsession” by new wavers Animotion. This week we talk to co-lead singer Bill Wadhams and learn about how their biggest hit came into being and how it affected his career for good and bad. Consider this – you’ve just achieved world-wide fame, but on very unique terms you weren’t mentally prepared for. In the process, the song becomes bigger than you and your talent and abilities get overshadowed. This bittersweet tale has a redeeming…

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The Hustle – Episode 87 – Wally Palmar of The Romantics

We’re kicking off a series on the artists behind some of the indelible hits of the 80s with a legend, Wally Palmar of the Romantics! They are one of the most successful power pop bands ever and recorded a couple of hits that are still ubiquitous today like “Talking In Your Sleep” and, of course, “What I Like About You” (which was actually not a big hit when it came out in 1980). Despite some well-deserved success and a healthy touring schedule today, there were some lean years in the…

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Metal Wani – NICOLE SABOUNE on ‘Miman’, Post Punk Influence, Musical Direction & Possible Touring (2016)

Metal Wani’s Editor In Chief Owais ‘Vitek’ Nabi had a chat with Swedish solo artist Nicole Saboune. She discusses the upcoming album “Miman”, exploring the darkest Swedish atmosphere via her solo project, getting signed to Century Media and how she prefers to like deep, mystic music. She also throws light on writing songs that are connected like a journey, how she challenged herself to find new undiscovered musical paths and a new and more personal sound on ‘Miman’. She also talks about her powerful voice, writing songs based on her…

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The Hustle – Episode 80 – Sue Saad of Sue Saad and the Next/Beloved 80s Movie Soundtrack Fame

Sue Saad was the frontwoman for the great Sue Saad and the Next, another in a long line of excellent bands that should have been much bigger. They were discovered in the LA in the late 70s by Richard Perry of Planet Records and released one promising self-titled album in 1980 that reached #131 on the charts and was gaining steam in Europe. Unfortunately, as he’s done with other guests of this show, Perry didn’t put any marketing muscle behind the band and SSTN began to wither away. Thankfully, European filmmaker…

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