Deep Dives and Deep Cuts: the History of Punk, Post-punk and New Wave (1976-1986)
A music podcast from DDDC
Join Rob and Joseph as they chronologically discuss all the notable albums of the punk/new wave movement. From the messy, anarchic noise of the early 70’s proto-punk rockers to the tired, polished death-rattles of the mid-80’s corporate synth-poppers, no stone goes unturned in their quest to fully examine the birth, life and death of “the wave” that produced some of the most beloved songs in modern popular music.
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