Tag: 1981

The Anemic Boyfriends: “Fake I.D.” c/w “Bad Girls In Love” (HoZac Archival)

This fantastic little seven inch single compiles the two best sides from one of the finest punk bands to come out of Alaska circa 1981.

Song Of The Day: Crispy Ambulance, “The Presence”

Taken from the Factory Benelux release, The Plateau Phase..

Song Of The Day: Glenn Branca, Symphony No. 1 (Tonal Plexus)

The story of a 13-year-old autistic redneck experiencing NYC noise rock for the first time.

Song Of The Day: Don Williams, “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good”

A few words on the legendary Don Williams, who passed away Friday at the age of 78.

Song Of The Day: Samson, “Earth Mother”

Taken from the Real Gone Music released, Shock Tactics.

Song Of The Day: Tyrone Davis, “Let’s Be Closer Together”

Taken from the Funky Town Grooves release, Everything In Place.

Song Of The Day: Greg Kihn Band, “The Breakup Song (They Don’t Write ‘Em)”

Remembering Greg Kihn Band’s founder and bassist Steve Wright.

Dave & Sugar: Greatest Hits/New York Wine & Tennessee Shine (Morello Records)

This twofer offers up the best of the best from Dave & Sugar, who may be obscure now, but in their time were quite successful in making an enjoyable blend of country and pop.

Song Of The Day: The Human League, “You Remind Me Of Gold”

Taken from the forthcoming UMe release, The Human League: A Very British Synthesizer Group.

Song Of The Day: Colin Newman, “Alone”/”Fish 4″/”Don’t Bring Reminders”

Taken from the forthcoming Sentient Sonic reissues A-Z, provisionally entitled the singing fish, and Not To.