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Video Clip of The Week: “Tonight” By Miss Guy


Miss Guy has been an icon of the NYC downtown music scene forever: not only as the dynamic lead singer of the awesome NYC Rock Band Toilet Boys, but also as possibly the best authentically Rock & Roll/First Wave Punk Rock club DJ on the circuit. In Miss Guy’s new video for “Tonight” (the second single off of his new EP God Save New York, which features guest appearances by Debbie Harry of Blondie) the Bowie/Blondie influences abound! Enjoy!

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Bauhaus Release The Sky's Gone Out

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On this date, October 19th in 1982, Bauhaus released its third studio album, The Sky’s Gone Out. The album included a different mix of the single, “Spirit”.

Happy Birthday, David J of Bauhaus!

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Bauhaus Bassist David J (Born David John Haskins) was born on this date, April 24th, in 1957. Haskins (who is the older brother of Kevin Haskins, the group’s drummer) wrote the lyrics to “Bela Lugosi’s Dead,” Bauhaus’s first single, most famous, and most-licensed song. “Bela Lugosi’s Dead,” is over nine minutes long and was recorded “live in the studio” in a single take. Happy Birthday, David!