Playlist for Latent 80s programme, June 26

on Eugene, Oregon’s sole college station, the amazing KWVA FM

Warmup: Booka Shade, Donut

Gus Gus, Earl Grey

The Programme proper: 

Dead Can Dance, Anabasis (live)

The Starseeds, Heavensairport Coffeeshop Restaurant

Azam Ali, Endless Reverie

Tear Garden, Ophelia

The Frozen Autumn, Second Sight

Bauhaus, She’s In Parties

Danielle Dax, Yummer Yummer Man

 

Killing Joke, Love Like Blood

Smiths, Bigmouth Strikes Again

Echo & Bunnymen, Lost And Found

Joy Division, Shadowplay (live)

The Damned, Plan 9 Channel 7

Siouxsie & Banshees, Into The Light

The Cure, The Blood

Tones On Tail, Christian Says

Skinny Puppy, Glass Houses

Natacha Atlas, I Put A Spell On You (go listen to the Screaming Jay Hawkins version if you don’t know it already!)

Dead Can Dance, Yulunga

Legendary Pink Dots, Lucifer Landed

Ikon, Fall Apart (Death In June cover)

David Sylvian, Orpheus

Spahn Ranch, An Exit (yes, that really is a goat bleating)

Cocteau Twins, Lorelei

Chameleons UK, Seriocity

Gang of Four, It’s Her Factory

M83, Midnight City

 

 

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Depeche Mode Tribute Night is July 3rd!

Our guest will be Jon Smith and we will never let you down. Here is the house where it all happens. Please be Dressed In Black again, but let us see you stripped down to the bone. John The Revelator, he’s a smooth operator, he’ll be DJing too. DJ Refugium will be playing the Angel, and we look forward to playing Music for the Masses!

Play for Today: a Cure Tribute

Hey you! Yes you, oh-ho, you the one that looks like Christmas, come over here and….

Saturday March 30th starting at 9 PM Luckey’s will be invaded by Cure fans. DJ Refugium, John The Revelator and Ultrajet will be pulling all of the rare vinyl from their various collections to bring you Cure songs you haven’t heard in years, probably, with excellent sound quality. Cure-related, side projects and other music of the era will also be played. VJ PTSD will provide a video wall of nonstop Cure footage culled from the past 30 years of concerts and promo releases. Spiky hair and lipstick very much encouraged. 

Luckey’s Club is located at 933 Olive Street in downtown Eugene. Cover is $2, 21+. 

 

Playlist from Latent 80’s show on http://kwva.uoregon.edu/

Here is the House Depeche Mode
Cars Gary Numan
Underpass John Foxx
Face Up New Order
Masquerade Berlin
Transmission Joy Division
Computerlove Kraftwerk
Fight Without A Reason Cetu Javu
Vienna Ultravox
All Saints Day (Razormaid Mx) Severed Heads
Close (To The Edit) Art of Noise
Down in the park Tubeway Army
Fade To Grey Visage
Don’t Go  Yaz
Love Action (I Believe In Love)  Human League
Don’t believe it’s over Nocturnal Emissions
I Dream Myself Alive A-Ha
Sensoria Cabaret Voltaire
The Unseen Clock DVA
The Snow Coil
ICUROK Klaus Nomi
Now Is The Time Greater Than One
O.K. Yellow Magic Orchestra
Love Comes Quickly Pet Shop Boys
DON’T GO YAZOO
3-02 No Name, No Slogan Acid Horse
Searching Pieter Nooten And Michael Brook
Fad Gadget Back to nature

This is the playlist from a show by DJ Refugium from a couple of weeks ago, inspired by Synth Brittania, a documentary on early brit Synthpop and its evolution from New Wave. Latent 80’s airs every Sunday between 6 and 8 PM and you can stream it online. Enjoy ❤ Refugium

Less than a week till next Ghost House, hooray!

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Next date is February 6th at the ever-awesome locals bar, Oak Street Speakeasy!

John The Revelator is out of town but DJs Spider and Abulikah will be on hand to help me out. 

There are rumors that DJ Owen, formerly of Hive in Portland, will be up from San Francisco in March. We hope so because he is amazing and we’ve missed him. 

Yet to be confirmed for sure, but Steampunk is coming up and this time around Luckey’s may be hosting the night. We thought a 100 year old bar might be an appropriate backdrop. 

Also coming soon, as in February 9th, Blairally Arcade will be hosting the Revelator and myself for an electro/80s/new wave night called Electric Dreams. It’s planned to be 99.9% vinyl. Hope to see some of you there. 

The gorgeous picture above is from the delectable book Japanese Goth, available on Amazon. I love seeing subcultures morph from place to place. This book has more than the expected Visual Kei and Alice & The Pirates photography, it’s also got the work of several visual artists whose work is breathtaking. 

Also want to mention that there has been a re-release of NamNamBuLu‘s first album on vinyl. As usual it’s a toss-up whether that package from Germany (which also includes a Funker Vogt single) will make it before next Wednesday, but if it does, you know what I’m playing… 

❤ Refugium

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