TM Studios Creates New Sound for Totally 80s

TM Studios have created a brand new sound for Blue Revolution’s internationally syndicated radio show “Totally 80s with Gary King”.

The set of eight jingles are now being used to image the show, which is distributed to stations in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. As well as shotguns to get out of commercials and back into the show, there’s extended hour opener beds and theme songs.

Paul Hollins, Blue Revolution’s Managing Director, said; “We’re really enjoying the new sound of Totally 80s. TM Studios is helping us reflect the music and fun of the 80s without sounding dated or clichéd. These jingles do exactly that. Our presenter Gary King loves them… and so do the stations who broadcast the show!”

TM’s Creative Director, Chris Stevens, commented; “The music of the 80s still sounds great today, and we’re glad that these jingles evoke memories of that era, while still having 21st Century production values. We really enjoyed working with Blue Revolution on this project.

TM Studios supplies many syndicated shows around the world with their jingles, including Sporting News Radio, The True Oldies Channel and the Crook & Chase Countdown.

For further information about TM Studios or for an audio montage of the Totally 80s jingles, contact Chris Stevens at chrisstevens@tmstudios.com.

The Totally 80s jingle package is a resing of a selection of cuts first produced for the American show “Saturday Night At The 80s”.

A sample of the Totally 80s show can be heard online at www.bluerevolution.com. Blue Revolution produce a range of long-form and short-form programming out of London, UK.

Totally 80s 
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3 Responses

  1. balloon boy says:

    anyone know where Blue Revolution’s weekend vibe jingles are made ?

  2. Mike B. says:

    If this is what “21st century production values” sound like, I’d rather stay stuck in the 80s.

  3. Music Rocker says:

    This is really surprising – TM are usually really creative but these jingles are utter pish. Think someone missed a trick.

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