This show was 12th in the global trip hop chart, 14th in the global rock 'n' roll chart and 66th in the global ambient chart.
In the third part of our series dedicated to the “Blue Velvet Revisited” soundtrack, we are very proud to welcome John Foxx. John was, of course, the lead singer of Ultravox, with whom he released three of the band’s best albums in the ’70s, “Ultravox!”, “Ha! Ha! Ha!” and “Systems of Romance”. He then left to pursue a career on his own. Crossing many musical frontiers, he released his debut solo album, “Metamatic”, in 1980, thus paving the way for a new generation of rock and electronic musicians. Since then, he has been involved in numerous other projects, leaning more and more towards ambient music. In 2015, he joined Tuxedomoon and Cult with No Name on the “Blue Velvet Revisited” soundtrack with a delicate ambient piece named “Lincoln Street”. Today, he shares with us some of his favorite tracks, spanning many genres from rock ’n’ roll, krautrock and trip hop to polyphonic chant and electronica.