Bill Nelson is probably best known as a highly praised guitarist who started his career with 1970’s art rock group Be-Bop Deluxe. But at the height of their fame Nelson decided to disband Be-Bop Deluxe and change musical direction by forming Red Noise which erred more towards an electronic-etched rock music with singles such as [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Synth Pop'
Terry Lane - Thursday 26.05.11, 14:13pm
John Williams - Friday 28.05.10, 10:45am
Here is a brilliant performance from Soft Cell taken from the Oxford Road Show in 1982.
Having conquered the UK charts in 1981 with their reworking of the classic 1964 Gloria Jones track Tainted Love, the song was a monster hitting number one in seventeen countries including the UK.
Say Hello Wave Goodbye was the final track [...]
John Williams - Tuesday 20.10.09, 19:12pm
Here is something you don’t see much of these days – Depeche Mode dancing, singing and enjoying themselves!
Just Can’t Get Enough was the breakthrough single for Depeche Mode at the start of their career in 1981, the single reached the UK top ten and is perhaps the most well known of all their tracks to [...]
Terry Lane - Tuesday 14.10.08, 11:21am
Tubeway Army – Are Friends’ Electric? / Gary Numan – Cars, Top Of The Pops 1979
After the success of Are Friends Electric? as Tubeway Army, Gary Numan decided to ditch the band and embark on a solo career. A career that started with the all-time synth pop classic, Cars.
Here are Top Of The Pops appaearances [...]