Post Punk Radio
By David Koslowski
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Post Punk Radio is a podcast centered around the musical movement that happened immediately following the punk rock explosion of 1977. PPR has decided to focus on the years 1977 - 1991 (the year punk broke). The show’s host David Koslowski, is a record collector, music fan & musician. Thanks for listening. Post Punk Radio Durham, NC USA
||Post Punk Radio No. 7||John McGeoch (1955 - 2004) John McGeoch has to be one of my favorite guitarist from the Post Punk era. He was born in Scotland and moved to London with his family in the early ‘70s. In 1977, he met Howard Devoto and formed his first band called Mag||9/21/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Post Punk Radio No. 6||It’s hot and humid and these songs for some reason remind me of driving around in my car in the summer. Today’s podcast crosses the globe from the UK to the US to New Zealand…there’s a little bit for everyone. Rarities and lost treasure||7/19/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Post Punk Radio No. 5||Palais Schaumburg After a recent trip to Berlin, I decided that today’s podcast would focus on the Neue Deutsche Welle, which essentially is the New German Wave. The term was first coined in 1979 by journalist Alfred Hilsberg, who wrote for Sounds||6/8/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Post Punk Radio No. 4||Cherry Red Records is a London-based record label that was formed in 1978 by Iain McNay and Richard Jones. This edition of Post Punk Radio is an exploration into some of the label’s finest output which occurred when A&R head Mike Alway was adde||4/6/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Post Punk Radio No. 3||Today’s podcast was inspired by the BBC4 documentary Synth Britannia, which tells the story of a group of post-punk musicians from Britian who take the synthesizer from experimentation to pop stardom. It’s a fantastic documentary on the music||3/16/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
Thank you, Dave. I'm listening to great music that's not in my collection and without having to change the station every few minutes when a crappy song comes on. Upping the taste! Cheers!
Just what I needed. A non nostalgic look back into some musical gems. No cliches, no top hits or soundtracks of our youth. David brings his extensive knowledge, love of music and dry wit to make for a perfect podcast. Awesome. I hope he moves on to other genres next.
By far the best podcast I've come upon. A very well thought out assemblage of bands-well done.