It’s a journey back to this day in 1983 on this week’s Off The Chart! Join us for two hours of obscure, forgotten and half-remembered hits, three of the week’s new albums, a look at the day’s events, a detour into the Italian top ten and back home for the top five in full.
- Which classic one hit wonder is apparently Peter Powell’s favourite record ever?
- Who persuaded Grace Jones to sing on their track and then dropped her from the single mix?
- And which duo got all four members of Bananarama into their video?
Tune in and find out!
Listen to Off The Chart on Mad Wasp Radio at 9pm every Tuesday! You can stream Mad Wasp Radio via their website, their apps for iOS or Android, or through TuneIn and MyTuner – and don’t forget to tweet along using the hashtag #OffTheChart. If you’re not around, you can hear the show again on Mad Wasp Radio at 10am on Friday, or catch up on Mixcloud after that.
Get the Extended Mix!
If you enjoy Off The Chart but find it’s just not long enough, why not join us on Patreon or Mixcloud Select? For a small monthly subscription you get access to the exclusive Extended Mix of the show every week with bonus 12″ mixes, additional chatter and the week’s top ten singles in full!
Our supporters also get access to exclusive shows including Further Off The Chart in which we play some of the records that come up in conversation on the regular shows. You can even download shows to listen offline!
Please consider backing us – we really appreciate it and your subscription allows us to keep producing a new episode every single week.
There’s a podcast too!
For those of you who enjoy the nonsense we talk but don’t have time to listen to the music, we’ve put the talky bits together with some exclusive extras to make a podcast! This week’s show somehow manages to involve naked Germans, Steve’s all-time favourite joke and a band whose name is just an umlaut floating in lots of white space. It’ll all make sense if you listen.