I had the chance to talk with KiND’s lead singer and one of its primary songwriters, Gabrahm Vitek, on his porch in Nashville. The band's modern electro pop sound mixed with the best elements of 1980s new romantics like The Blue Nile and Spandau Ballet hides even deeper, spiritual sonic influence.
This week, we’ll be covering the Parents Music Resource Center’s Filthy Fifteen: a list of songs from 1985 that, according to the group, embody the music industry’s flagrant promotion of sex, violence, drugs, and the occult. This is the third installment of a four-part series. For more background, check out our introductory article and the first part of our countdown.