Tag: new wave

  • Klaus Nomi: The German Countertenor Who Shook Up the New York Art World

    Klaus Nomi: The German Countertenor Who Shook Up the New York Art World

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. Klaus Sperber (January 24, 1944 – August 6, 1983), known by his stage name, Klaus Nomi, was many of our favorite weirdos’ weirdo. He was one of […]

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  • Album Histories Monthly: The Replacements – ‘Let It Be’

    Album Histories Monthly: The Replacements – ‘Let It Be’

    Welcome back to our new series on Flypaper, Album Histories Monthly, which brings you the story of a single album each month, in the month that it was originally released. Last month, we covered Blondie’s 1978 classic, Parallel Lines. This month:  The Replacements – Let It Be Release Date: October 2, 1984 “We were all kind of long-haired, dope-smoking teens…. We’d light […]

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  • Album Histories Monthly: Blondie – ‘Parallel Lines’

    Album Histories Monthly: Blondie – ‘Parallel Lines’

    Welcome back to our new series on Flypaper, Album Histories Monthly, which brings you the story of a single album each month, in the month that it was originally released. Last month, we covered New Order’s influential Substance 1987. This month:  Blondie – Parallel Lines Release Date: September 23, 1978 “I remember how struck I was by Debbie and her presence […]

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