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This transmission is a mixtape of Euro Curios: independently released European music from short-lived bands of the 1980s – another trip through the synth-pop, cold wave, electro, euro-disco, new wave, post-punk and minimal sounds of Continental Europe and the UK.

Broadcasting on Radio Reverb 97.2FM and DAB, Brighton, UK, streaming on www.radioreverb.com in these timeslots:

Sunday 6th November 2022 at 11pm
Monday 14th November at 2pm
Thursday 17th November at 11pm
Tuesday 22nd November at 1pm
Friday 25th November at 2pm
Tuesday 29th November at 10am

NEW SHOW: Sunday 4th December – Euro Curios Vol. 5 (rare synthwave and post-punk from 1980’s Europe)

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In this mixtape, you'll hear electro and hip hop tracks that first hit the UK import charts in November and December 1985. 1985 was a Read more
TRACKLISTINGAJ Meets Davy DMX by Kurtis BlowBugging Out OGCRap is Here to Stay (instrumental) by Spyder D"Funk You!" (ALL THE WAY LIVE & ZULU CHANTS) Read more
TRACKLISTINGTalkup (Instrumental) by The Rock Ranger With The Invisibles & Sweet Talking J Space is the Place by NewcleusDum Dum (Reprise) by FreshComputer Power by Read more
By the summer of 1985 many Hip Hop producers had moved on from the Electro Funk synthesizers used in earlier releases by Afrika Bambaataa and Read more
A C60 mixtape of Electro Funk and Hip hop 12" vinyl that appeared in the Groove Electro Charts from mid April - May 1985. The Read more
A C60 mixtape of Electro Funk and Hip hop 12" vinyl that appeared in the Groove Electro Charts from March to mid April 1985. The Read more
All tracks in this mix featured in the Groove Electro Charts compiled by Groove Records, Soho, UK between January - March 1985. Mixed on Technics Read more
This selection is the fourth C60 mixtape of some of the freshest sounds that appeared in Groove Records Electro Chart during 1984. Read more
This selection is the third C60 mixtape of some of the freshest sounds from the spring and summer of 1984. A time of B-Boys and Read more