Posts Tagged 'Post Punk'

Classic Album Sundays presents The Smiths ‘Meat is Murder’

CAS celebrates the 30th anniversary of the album that saw the seminal Mancunian act taking several steps forward both musically and lyrically.

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Classic Album Sundays & Sony Music present THE THE ‘Soul Mining’ with Matt Johnson

CAS London is thrilled to allow THE THE fans to experience ‘Soul Mining’ in a way they never have before complete with an interview and Q&A from the artist himself.

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Classic Album Sundays presents The Cure ‘Disintegration’

CAS celebrates the 25th anniversary of The Cure’s biggest selling album, the same one their record company felt would be ‘commercial suicide’.

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Album of the Month: The Cure ‘Disintegration’

The Cure’s most commercially successful album to date even if the record company called it ‘willfully obscure’.

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Album of the Month: Television ‘Marquee Moon’

CAS pays respect to the band that should have received far more recognition at the time of their debut release. Better late than never.

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Television ‘Marquee Moon’ Musical Lead-Up

To hear Television’s first independently release single, the bands that inspired them and some of their related contemporaries, stream our ‘Marquee Moon’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Cocteau Twins “Blue Bell Knoll”

CAS London & NYC celebrate the 25th anniversary of the record that the Cocteau Twins claimed was their first real album.

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New Order ‘Power Corruption and Lies’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Heat the songs that both inspired and were contemporary to New Order’s “Power Corruption and Lies”

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CAS West London presents The Clash “London Calling”

Many West Londoners can’t be asked to make their way to Islington for our events but fear not Westerners! CAS is coming to your neighborhood on 14 October when we present The Clash’s “London Calling” with Sonata Hi-fi at The Paradise. Nice.

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Album of the Month: Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures”

In an interview from the time on radio show “Rock On”, Curtis described the early Warsaw days .“When we started initially playing we couldn’t really play to be honest. It was very loose and a bit of a fun thing – we’re in a group; we’re playing. It was about August 1977 when we really started getting our own particular way.”

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