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Tuesday, September 6, 2022

ROX History on ROX Radio

 This week's edition of ROX History is being streamed from the PRX Network

Bauhaus’ nine-minute 1979 ode to vampires, “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” is widely considered the song that started the Goth Rock music movement with Joy Division were hot on their heels. Along with bands like Siouxsie & The Banshees, The Cure, and Cocteau Twins, the Goth movement took on an (undead) life of its own and became a full-on subculture. This week's Music 101 explores Goth Rock.

Joy Division “New Dawn Fades”

Siouxsie & The Banshees “Hong Kong Garden”

Bauhaus “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”

The Cure “The Hanging Garden”

Cocteau Twins “Sugar Hiccup”

This Mortal Coil “Song To The Siren”

Clan Of Xymox “A Day”

The Sisters Of Mercy “Black Planet”

The March Violets “Snake Dance”

Music 101

Series produced by KUNC & The Colorado Sound

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Your music history.

Music 101 is part music/part history lesson with your teacher and host Margot Chobanian. Every week, she highlights a different chapter in music history. Margot, a self-proclaimed “music and history nerd” digs deeper into the music and tells you the story behind the songs you know and love. “I have so much fun putting together Music 101! Context creates a deeper connection to the music. I love sharing that with Music 101 listeners,” says Chobanian.

Margot dives into the history of music and explores how music and history both affect one another. For more information please visit Music 101.

The program is available to all stations from the PRX Exchange and is free.

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