Given that there currently appears to be a resurgence of interest in the (un)popular music of the late 70s/early 80s post-punk years, when bands pursuing the 'anyone can do it' DIY ethic split away from the increasingly formulaic punk 'mainstream' and when teenagers in corduroy jackets and 'reinvented' 50s dresses began to identify themselves as belonging to something different to the groomed mohican and mohair jumper-wearing crowd, here's a modest selection of old footage that YouTube has recently dredged back to the surface...
Swell Maps: Midget Submarine
Cabaret Voltaire: Nag Nag Nag
Birthday Party: Release the Bats
The Raincoats: Fairytale in the Supermarket
The Pop Group: She Is Beyond Good And Evil
Josef K: It's Kinda Funny
Orange Juice: Rip It Up
Pere Ubu: Waiting For Mary
Elsewhere, perhaps, there was disco...