Korgis - ‘Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime’ - 1980
Gotta have Dial-Tone if you want to hack into ENCOM.
Joan Jett, Debbie Harry, David Johansen and Joey Ramone, guessing 1976-1977?
What Fassbinder film is it?
The one-armed man walks into a flower shop and says:
“What flower expresses days go by
And they just keep going by, endlessly
Pulling you into the future.
Days go by
Endlessly pulling you into the future.”
And the florist says:
David Bowie with La La La Human Steps’ primary dancer Louise Lecavalier, in a performance of ‘Look Back In Anger’, recorded at WNET Thirteen in NYC as part of the Wrap Around The World show broadcast September 10, 1988.
This version of ‘Look Back In Anger’ was re-recorded with Reeves Gabrels on guitar, their first collaboration before forming Tin Machine with the Sales brothers, Hunt and Tony.
Sounds magazine, December 1980.
The Return of Captain Invincible (1983)
The Return of Captain Invincible is a 1983 Australian musical comedy superhero film starring Alan Arkin and Christopher Lee. It was a box office disappointment on release but has become a cult film since then.
Numb // Linkin Park 80s Remix
I didn’t know how much I needed this until I heard it.
The original song is how depression felt at first, this version is how it feels now
@l-heure-du-the this is so VIOLENTLY your fucking aesthetic
From “… nothing matters…” to “NOTHING MATTERS! :D”
Honorary 80s song
London, Ontario post-punk / ska / experimental bands Dormant Checker Effect (featuring future sci-fi author Glenn Grant on vocals) and Bits of Food play at the Forest City Gallery in 1984.
Some of the band members were the kids of acclaimed Canadian fine artists Murray Favro (Mark Favro) and Greg Curnoe (Galen and Owen Curnoe).
The Curnoe brothers also inherited a video camera from their dad and, teaming up with Mark Favro, made many very strange home-made experimental films, comedy shorts and action movie parodies, and a What’s Up Tiger Lily style comedy overdub of the Shaw Brothers wuxia classic The Flying Guillotine complete with new sound effects, done completely with reel-to-reel audio tape.
Circa 1979 - J.D Roberts & Jeanne Beker Hosts of The New Music Canadian Press Photograph
Some Yonge Street nostalgia for the ages of giant record stores.
Decades before he was the lead talking head at Faux News, John Roberts was MuchMusic VJ J.D. Roberts, pictured here with other Toronto music television hosts including his colleagues Christopher Ward, Denise Donlon, Erica Ehm and Mike Williams from Much, and Sam Taylor from the CBC’s Video Hits.