Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (7/16/17)

“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: The Mission

The Smiths, “Barbarism Begins at Home” (Meat is Murder)
Cocteau Twins, “Blood Bitch” (Garlands)
Death Cult, “Too Young (Riders in the Snow)” (Ghost Dance)
Killing Joke, “Eighties” (Live) (BBC In Concert)
A Split-Second, “Rigor Mortis” (Ballistic Statues)
Gary Numan, “My Name is Ruin” (Savage: Songs From a Broken World)
Ministry, “Lay Lady Lay” (Filth Pig)
John Foxx, “Europe After the Rain” (The Garden)
Depeche Mode, “John the Revelator” (Playing the Angel)
The Birthday Party, “She’s Hit” (Live) (Live 81-82)
The The, “Armageddon Days (Are Here Again)” (Mind Bomb)
Bauhaus, “Slice of Life” (Burning From the Inside)
The Mission, “Butterfly on a Wheel” (Carved in Sand)

Mission of Burma, “Academy Fight Song” (Signals, Calls and Marches)
ESG, “Moody (Cut Down)” (Come Away with ESG)
Fad Gadget, “Lady Shave” (Make Room)
Revolting Cocks, “Drums Along the Carbide” (Trax! Rarities)
Inca Babies, “Grunt Cadillac Hotel” (Grunt Cadillac Hotel)
Folk Devils, “Art Ghetto” (Goodnight Irony)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Nicotine Stain” (The Scream)
Ghost Dance, “The Grip of Love” (The Grip of Love)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Anaconda” (Some Girls Wander By Mistake)
Big Black, “Racer X” (Racer-X)
Modern English, “After the Snow” (After the Snow)
The House of Love, “Shine On” (Live) (Live at the BBC)
Alien Sex Fiend, “Now I’m Feeling Zombified” (Curse)
Love and Rockets, “Love Me” (Live) (Assorted!)
The Cleaners From Venus, “Only a Shadow” (Midnight Cleaners)
1919, “Repulsion” (The Complete Collection)

Joy Division, “Heart and Soul” (Closer)
Anne Clark, “Heaven” (Pressure Points)
Fingerprintz, “Punchy Judy” (Ten Best)
Front 242, “Im Rhythmus Bleiben” (Front By Front)
The Cure, “This Twilight Garden” (Join the Dots)
Abecedarians, “Beneath the City of Hedonistic Bohemians” (Eureka)
David J, “Nature Boy” (Songs From Another Season)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Never Understand” (Psychocandy)
Wire, “Ahead” (Wire 1985-1990: The A List)
Gang of Four, “Damaged Goods” (Entertainment!)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “All My Colours” (Heaven Up Here)
The Chameleons, “Less Than Human” (Script of the Bridge)
Lords of the New Church, “Holy War” (Holy War)
For Against, “Paperwhites” (December)
The March Violets, “Crow Baby” (The Botanic Verses)
Clan of Xymox, “No Words” (Clan of Xymox)
New Order, “Vanishing Point” (Technique)


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





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  • Douglas

    Something by “Mi-Sex”

  • Thanks for playing David J and Wire. Suggestions for next week : Japan – In Vogue, Front 242 – Lovely Day, Bauhaus – Boys, Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro, Joy Division – Colony.

  • Spahn Ranch – Quince, skinny puppy – convulsion, 3teeth – nihil

  • Mat Gillespie

    Great show as always.

    For next week:
    Dead Can Dance- Mucisa Eternal
    The Cure- Other Voices
    Jesus and Mary Chain- Taste of Cindy
    Cocteau Twins- When Momma Was Moth

  • Thanks for the Fingerprintz!

    May I request “Stop This City” by David J?

    Thanks Matt.

  • Guy Hamernik

    How about some Lords of the New Church, Twin Cadillac Valentine by the Screaming Blue Messiahs, Gunning or the Buddah by Shriekback or some Revolting Cocks?

  • Howie

    Wolfgang Press – sucker, daniel ash – here she comes

  • bianca

    Bad Party – The Tan
    Twenty Killer Hurts – Gene Love Jezabel

  • Jaime Escobedo

    I would like to suggest, The Cure – Dressing up or the Field mice – letting go

    Thank you



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