Thomas Dolby ‎– The Golden Age of Wireless (1982)

The Golden Age of Wireless is the debut album by English modernist New Wave/art-pop keyboardist/composer Thomas Dolby, released in May 1982 on the artist’s own EMI-imprint Venice in Peril Records. The album was issued stateside on Harvest with a different cover and an altered tracklist that drops “The Wreck of the Fairchild” but adds both […]

Bruce Woolley & the Camera Club ‎– English Garden (1979)

English Garden is the lone album by English New Wave/synthpop band Bruce Woolley and the Camera Club, released in 1979 on Epic. The album contains the frontman’s version of “Video Killed the Radio Star,” which he co-wrote with Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes during the formative stages of The Buggles. A young Thomas Dolby plays […]

Bruce Woolley and the Camera Club

Bruce Woolley and the Camera Club were an English New Wave band that released a self-titled album on Epic in 1979. Woolley had initially been a member of the Buggles, co-writing the duo’s popular song “Video Killed the Radio Star.” The Camera Club also featured keyboardist Thomas Dolby, who subsequently launched a successful solo career. […]