Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (7/9/17)

“Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EDT every Sunday on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave (Channel 33). The most recent two episodes also are available via Sirius XM’s On Demand service for online subscribers.

Pictured: Echo & The Bunnymen

The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Who Do You Love?” (Barbed Wire Kisses)
Iggy Pop, “The Passenger” (Lust for Life)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Lucretia My Reflection” (Floodland)
New Order, “Procession” (Movement)
The Wake, “Talk About the Past” (12-Inch Mix) (Here Comes Everybody)
Ministry, “Public Image” (Live) (Live Necornomicon)
Public Image Ltd., “Happy” (9)
Ultravox, “Astradyne” (Vienna)
Meat Beat Manifesto, “Everything Counts” (For the Masses)
David Bowie, “Lazarus” (Blackstar)
The Lucy Show, “Ephemeral (This is No Heaven)” (…Undone)
John Foxx, “Underpass” (Metamatic)
PTP, “Rubber Glove Seduction” (Side Trax)

The Cure, “The Holy Hour” (Faith)
The Psychedelic Furs, “President Gas” (Forever Now)
Comsat Angels, “Red Planet” (To Before)
T.S.O.L., “Dance With Me” (Dance With Me)
Joy Division, “Disorder” (Heart and Soul)
Dead Can Dance, “The Arcane” (Dead Can Dance)
Gary Numan, “The Secret” (Berzerker)
The Damned, “Grimly Fiendish” (Phantasmagoria)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Run Run Run” (Live) (Crystal Days)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Swimming Horses” (Hyaena)
Clan of Xymox, “Muscoviet Mosquito” (Clan of Xymox)
Nitzer Ebb, “Backlash” (William Orbit Mix) (In Order)
New Scene, “Out of Control” (The History of BOY)

Bauhaus, “She’s In Parties” (Extended Version) (Burning From the Inside)
The Smiths, “Girl Afraid” (Louder Than Bombs)
Section 25, “Dirty Disco” (Always Now)
Acid Horse, “No Name No Slogan” (Hypo Luxa-Hermes Pan 12-Inch Mix) (Side Trax)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, “Stagger Lee” (Murder Ballads)
Christian Death, “Figurative Theater” (Only Theatre of Pain)
Skinny Puppy, “Stairs and Flowers” (The Singles Collect)
Depeche Mode, “Precious” (Playing The Angel)
Love and Rockets, “Life in Laralay” (Express)
Chrome, “Firebomb” (Anthology 1979-1983)
Japan, “Alien” (In Vogue)
The Mission, “Dancing Barefoot” (Live) (The First Chapter)
Peter Murphy, “I’ll Fall With Your Knife” (Cascade)
Fields of the Nephilim, “Blue Water” (Revelations)
Eleven Pond, “Tear and Cinnamon” (Bas Relief)
Magazine, “My Mind Ain’t So Open” (Real Life)
Pailhead, “Man Should Surrender” (Side Trax)


Requests for next week? Please leave them in the comments below.





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  • David

    Great Love and Rockets song!

  • Mat Gillespie

    Wow!!! What a killer set! From top to bottom… she’s in parties is one of my all time favs, as is disorder, muscoviet mosquito, precious, holy hour…. all great. And grimily feindish! That’s one I haven’t heard in a good while.

    For next week:
    The Cure- If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
    Love and Rockets- Love Me
    Joy Division- Heart and Soul
    My Bloody Valentine- When You Sleep
    Cocteau Twins- Blue Bell Knoll
    Psychedelic Furs- Wedding Song
    Ride- Nowhere

    One or more of these would be most appreciated!


  • Once again, thank you ! Suggestions for next week :
    Wire – “Ahead”
    David J – “Nature Boy”
    Peter Hook & The Light – “Ultraviolence”
    Red Lorry Yellow Lorry – “Talking Back”
    Warsaw – “No Love Lost”
    Jazz Butcher – “Southern Mark Smith (Big Return)”

  • Great set especially Acid Horse!!

  • Marko

    Suggestions for next week:
    Every New Dead Ghost – “Killing Time”
    Trivalia – “Energy”
    Romanticne Boje – “Bez Tebe”
    Elena – “Коньки”
    Modele Martial – “Les Amants”
    Alcide Nekropo – “Untitled 3”

  • Thanks for the Psycho Furs Matt!

    Can I request “Jabs” by Fingerprintz? Many thanks…

  • Scott

    “Spinning Around” – Red Lorry Yellow Lorry.
    “Academy Fight Song” – Mission of Burma.
    “Jet Boy, Jet Girl” – The Damned.

  • Kieth Parks

    You’ve done it again-another diverse set and you throw in the overlooked Precious plus some Furs too…thanks!

    requests for future:
    Gary Numan “A Question Of Faith” (Sacrifice)
    Surveillance “Voyeur” (Oceania)



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