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A podcast from the heart of the darkness. Your hosts select the finest Post Punk, Alternative, Industrial, New Wave, Goth and Darksynth tracks. We bring you the stories behind hot new releases and classic songs, as well as sometimes some Goth approved movie tips. Come join us and feast on tunes with a dark edge!
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Season 5, Episode 81 Back in the late 80's, Kissing The Pink, or KTP, had a string of club hits. They are back with a 5-disc anthology, including three of their albums, extensive remixes and even brand new songs. We had an opportunity to talk to band members Nick Whitecross, Jon Hall, Simon Aldridge and Pete Barnett. We discuss the bands name, thei…
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Season 5, Episode 80 A new season begins with a great episode. First up, we're going to review the latest from Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel, 2023's X - Love, Death, Sorrow. Making the episode even better is that we had the opportunity to talk with Jay Aston, lead singer of the band. We discuss the bands origins, working with long time band mates,…
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Season 5, Episode 79 New year, new albums. Last year we reviewed Ian McNabb's Nabby Road, and loved it. Now he's released his latest, New Brighton Rock. After that is the latest from Missing Persons, Hollywood Lie, which was released at the very end of 2023. As for music news, we have new singles from Modern English, James, Julian Shah-Tayler and I…
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Season 4, Episode 78 While attending the Darker Waves festival in California, we had the opportunity to see up-and-coming dark wave band Twin Tribes. Steve had a chance to talk to Luis (vocal/guitar/synths) and Joel (bass/synths/vocals). They discuss their origins, influences, their upcoming album "Pendulum" and tour and much more. Twin Tribes: htt…
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Season 4, Episode 77 We're recording this episode on New Years Eve because Steve and T-Bone want to make sure you have something to listen to as 2024 begins. We have a couple of new album reviews. First up is from Peter Gabriel, an artist that we don't hear enough from. After two decades, he's back with his new album, i/o. In addition, we take a li…
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Season 4, Episode 76 We're going to start things out on this episode with the one and only Joe Jackson and his utterly unique 2023 album, Joe Jackson Presents Max Champion in What A Racket! We'll follow that with a listen to the latest from Madness. Their 2023 album is titled The Theater Of The Absurd Presents C'est La Vie. Music news is loaded wit…
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Season 4, Episode 75 We've reviewed previous works for both of our artists on this episode, but we love it when they release new material. Up first is the latest from Duran Duran, 2023's Danse Macabre. It's a fun Halloween themed album with old songs revisited, new songs and a number of covers. Up next are two 2023 EPs from The Ocean Blue: Ayn and …
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We have an extra long season finale for you, with a theme: Covers and alternate versions. Also we announce the winner of our tag 'm and bag 'm competition! Enjoy great tracks ranging from The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees to The Dead Weather and Marsheaux. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message…
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Season 4, Episode 74 After an episode with OMD's synthesizers, we're going to go back to guitar based music. Up first is from the UK's original punks The Damned and their 2023 release, Darkadelic. Then, we'll dive into the latest from The Pretenders. Their 2023 album is titled Relentless. As for music news, there are new tracks from Joe Jackson, Th…
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Featuring Riki, The Modern Lovers, A Flock of Seagulls, Parade Ground, Men I Trust, L'Avenir and a nice Dutch Alternative piece by Pip Blom.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message
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Season 4, Episode 73 Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark are at it again with a brand new album, Bauhaus Staircase. Making this episode even better, Steve had a chance to sit down with OMD lead singer Andy McCluskey. They discuss the bands origins, longevity in the music business, the new album and much more! Orchestral Manoeuvers In The Dark: https:…
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Season 4, Episode 72 Welcome to another New Music Spotlight! This time we're talking with the alternative band Princess Goes. Princess Goes consists of actor Michael C. Hall (Dexter, Six Feet Under, Lazarus) alongside keyboardist/guitarist Matt Katz-Bohen (Blondie, Cyndie Lauper) and drummer Peter Yanowitz (The Wallflowers, Morningwood). We discuss…
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You like Darkwave, Post-Punk, Industrial? We've got you covered. Featuring Silent EM, Відстань, антипатія, Portion Control, Долинушка, Самые страшные тени and a dark piece of gold from Soft Cell --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message
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Season 4, Episode 71 The Alarm is back, and leukemia won't keep Mike Peters down. They have a new album released in 2023 entitled Forward. And Andy Taylor, guitarist for Duran Duran, who's also battling health issues, has a new solo album released this year, Man's A Wolf To Man. And in music news, we have lots going on! New musics from the B-52s Ka…
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Season 4, Episode 70 Andy Partridge may have disbanded XTC years ago, but that doesn't mean he hasn't kept busy. On this episode we take a listen to his two EPs, My Failed Songwriting Career, Vol 1 and 2, as well as a side project he's doing entitled The 3 Clubmen. Not to be outdone, Cindy Wilson of the B-52s also has a brand new album called Realm…
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Season 4, Episode 69 We're going to be talking about The Sex Pistols on this episode......sort of. As you know, after that band dissolved, John Lydon formed Public Image Ltd. They've just released their newest album, End Of World. For the other review, we're going to take a listen to the new album from the original bassist of The Sex Pistols, Glen …
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Season 4, Episode 68 It's been a while since a New Music Spotlight, so here we go! T-Bone had a chance to talk with Jonny Foster, lead singer and guitarist of Hardwicke Circus from Carlisle England, as well as their manager, the legendary Dave Robinson, co-founder of Stiff Records. We talk about the bands beginnings, their influences, going on tour…
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Season 4, Episode 67 Susanna Hoffs has had a great career, post-Bangles, and in this episode we're going to take a listen to her new album of covers entitled "The Deep End." And an artist that is known for his cover songs has a brand new album of original material. We take a listen to "Behind The Lens" from Paul Young. In music news we go over new …
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Season 4, Episode 66. On this special episode of the podcast, Steve had the opportunity to talk with Jamie West-Oram, guitarist for the iconic band The Fixx. They talk about the bands beginning, his favorites to play live, his brand new solo album, Skeleton Key and much more! Jamie West-Oram - Skeleton Key: https://www.amazon.com/Skeleton-Key-Jamie…
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Hello dear friends, we're back from a summer break. Of course we've been digging up some great tracks for you with a dark lining. Although it's still summer. Tracks ranging from dark New Beat (Belgium) to Children of Stun, Ulterior, Johnny Marr, Soviet Soviet and a sexy and romantic ending with 10CC. Enjoy this one and the summer while it lasts. Al…
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Season 4, Episode 65 Last year we reviewed the previous Lloyd Cole album, but now he has a brand new one, On Pain. Also The Wonderstuff frontman, Miles Hunt, has a new album as well, Things Can Change. This episode we take a deep dive into both albums. In music news we discuss the newest single from Dave Gahan, new musical project from The Cure’s L…
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Season 4, Episode 64 When you think of the icons of new wave, one person is bound to come to the top the list. Yes, Howard Jones is who I'm referring to. Steve had a chance to talk to him about everything from his influences to his current tour and his latest album, Dialogue. Howard Jones: http://www.howardjones.com/ Enjoy the podcast? How about bu…
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Season 4, Episode 63 Sparks are at it again, so of course we're going to take a listen to their new 2023 release, The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte. And if the most you know of The Vapors is "Turning Japanese," well, you aren't alone. When we discovered they had a 2020 album, Together, we decided we better check it out. And in music news, we talk abo…
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Of Blood and Wine, The Haunted Youth, You Man, Kowalski, Fehlfarben and Them are us, too. All these classs acts shine on our sacrificial altar where we perform our infectious rites for the love of music. Also, you have the chance to win a branded, quality The Infected backpack! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/th…
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Season 4, Episode 62. For this episode we take a listen to the 2023 album Quaker City Quiet Pill from punk satirists The Dead Milkmen. Plus, we had a chance to talk with Dean Clean, drummer for the band. We discuss the bands history, their distinct humor and all about the new album. The Dead Milkmen: http://www.deadmilkmen.com/ Purchase Quaker City…
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In this episode we offer you Traitrs, Sinusoidal, Filmmaker, Department S, Recoil and Blancmange. Also we have a fresh movie tip for you and you have the chance to win a branded, quality backpack. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message
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Season 4, Episode 61 Josie Cotton has a brand new album, 2023's Day Of The Gun, so what better time to talk with her? We discuss the controversy surrounding "Johnny Are You Queer," what she's been doing over the years and stories about this very diverse new album. Day of the Gun album: https://josiecottonmusic.bandcamp.com/album/day-of-the-gun Josi…
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Season 4, Episode 60 For the start of our fourth season we had the opportunity to talk with David Newton, guitarist for The Mighty Lemon Drops. We discuss that bands history, his influences and much more. But before that, we delve into David's latest band, David Newton And Thee Mighty Angels and the 2020 album A Gateway To A Lifetime Of Disappointm…
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Featuring Fischerspooner, Staatseinde, Mareux, Black Sabbath, Winter Severity Index, Eleven Pond and Daniel Ash. All presented and discussed by your friendly show hosts Goof and Jeroen in typical Infected fashion. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message…
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Season 3, Episode 59 On this episode, we're going to take a listen to the 2020 album Citizens Of Boomtown from The Boomtown Rats, followed by two EPs from Nik Kershaw, named Songs From The Shelf Vol. 1 (2022) and 2 (2023). And in music news, we discuss a recent Hoodoo Gurus concert we attended, new singles from Pretenders, Lloyd Cole, and Ian Donal…
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In this episode we take you on a trip from the reverb drenched awesomeness of The KGB, to more great bands like: The Church, Deine Lakaien, Fixions, Angelo Badalamenti and Illusionaut. Thanks for staying along for the ride and enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message…
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Season 3, Episode 58 We've reviewed albums for many artists that haven't released new material in many years, sometimes decades, and that will be the case with this episode. First up we're going to listen to the newest from Everything But The Girl and their 2023 release Fuse, and after that we'll discuss the latest from Natalie Merchant, Keep Your …
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This collection of songs by Blondie, Nina Hagen, Xmal Deutschland, Lene Lovich, and more powerful front women celebrates female independence, creativity, mood swings, and weirdness. These ladies expressed themselves in ways far beyond what is expected of the typical “nice girl”. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t…
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Season 3, Episode 57 It's been a while since we had a New Music Spotlight, so with this special episode we're going to talk to Matt and Austin of new wave influenced indie band Indigo Waves. We'll discuss their beginnings, the synths they use, unique song titles, their love of the film Ghost and much more. A link tree to all things Indigo Waves: ht…
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Season 3, Episode 56 Steve had an opportunity to do an interview with Paul Fishman, keyboardist for the band Re-Flex. They discuss the bands history, his own story, his new album, Art Official Intelligence, and much more. Paul Fishman Website: https://www.paulfishman.co.uk/ Paul Fishman Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/639EC1492yFwKsE4q7BAw…
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Season 3, Episode 55 Big artists deserve a review just as much as the smaller, and with this episode we look at the new 2023 release from Depeche Mode, Momento Mori. After that we take a listen to the 2022 album Vibrate Generate from Re-Flex. Remember them? Then listen and see what we think. In music news we talk about new singles from PIL, The Dea…
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From Lycia to recent discoveries and tips from our listeners. An angry and raw demo by The Cure and an hommage to Ryuichi Sakamoto San. Thanks for staying along for the ride and enjoy.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message
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Season 3, Episode 54 "They do it to such fine detail that its scary" - Martin Gore "The best Depeche Mode tribute on the planet" - Richard Blade Steve had the opportunity to interview Strangelove - The Depeche Mode Experience. They discuss how the band was put together, their roles, the details they incorporate to make their shows a memorable exper…
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Season 3, Episode 53 Ian McNabb was the voice behind The Icicle Works. After the band broke up, he's gone on to have a lengthy successful solo career. In this episode we're not only going to review his latest album, 2022's Nabby Road, but we're going to talk the man himself! Ian McNabb's website: https://www.ianmcnabb.com/ To purchase Nabby Road: h…
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With: Siouxsie, Clan of Xymox, Shriekback, Yellow Magic Orchestra, FM Attack & Vandal Moon, Tones on Tail, and Sixth June, all full-length tracks! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message
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Season 3, Episode 52 With this episode, we look at a couple of albums more in the dark wave vein. First up is the 2021 release Limbo from Clan Of Xymox, followed by the 2007 solo album Mantaray from Siouxsie Sioux, which has just been reissued digitally and is soon to come out on CD and Vinyl. In music news we discuss the new Josie Cotton single, a…
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Massive Attack, De Staat, Iggy Pop, The Waeve, Beyond Border, Death in June, and the story of Elizabeth Fraser and Jeff Buckley are all featured in this Pilot episode for Season 4 of The Infected! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinfected/message
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Season 3, Episode 51 With this episode, our first review is for the latest from The Church, 2023's The Hypnogogue. We follow that with 2022's A Free Society from Night Crickets. Who are Night Crickets? Listen and find out! In music news, we discuss the new Sparks single. In addition, we look at Violent Femmes tour dates and Peter Murphy's Bowie tri…
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Season 3, Episode 50 First up in this episode, we wanted to delve into Pretenders 2020 release, Hate For Sale. After that, we take a listen to The Wonder Stuff's 2019 album, Better Being Lucky. It was another big week for music news. We discuss the latest singles from The The, Everything But The Girl and The Alarm. Plus, our friends Palm Ghosts are…
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Season 3, Episode 49 On this episode, Steve and T-Bone are going to with the harder side of "new wave." First up we take a listen to the 2017 album Damage And Joy from The Jesus And Mary Chain. Then we go punk with the latest from living legend Iggy Pop and his 2023 album, Every Loser. In music news we have details on new singles from Depeche Mode,…
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Season 3, Episode 48 After an outstanding interview with the man himself, we're going to take a listen to Robyn Hitchcock's 2022 release, Shufflemania! And speaking of singer/songwriters, we will delve into the 2021 album Queens Of The Summer Hotel from Aimee Mann of Til' Tuesday fame. Music news is packed with new singles from Dave Gahan, PIL and …
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Season 3, Episode 47 In this special episode of the podcast, Steve had the opportunity to talk with a living music legend, Robyn Hitchcock. They discuss his lengthy career, his eclectic music styling and his brand new album, Shufflemania! Robyn Hitchcock Website: https://www.robynhitchcock.com/ Robyn Hitchcock Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/10004…
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Season 3, Episode 46 For our first episode of 2023, we thought we'd take a look at a couple of recent albums. We have Shriekback's Bowlahoola, which was released at the very tail-end of 2022 and The Waterboys' All Souls Hill, which came out earlier in that year. In music news we talk about the new Peter Gabriel single, Siouxsie Sioux's return to th…
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Season 3, Episode 45 For the final episode of 2022, we have more new albums to look at. First up we'll give our thoughts on the 2021 EP The Roadside and 2022s EP The Cage, both from Billy Idol. Along with those, we have the 2022 release from Blancmange, Private View. And what says the end of the year more than a top 10 list? Steve and T-Bone give t…
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