Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (9/24/17)

“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: Robert Smith of The Cure

HOUR 1
Concrete Blonde, “Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)” (Bloodletting)
Ministry, “Just Like You” (Twitch)
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Hollow Eyes” (Talk About the Weather)
Anne Clark, “Our Darkness” (Joined Up Writing)
Love and Rockets, “Mirror People” (Earth Sun Moon)
Morrissey, “Spent the Day in Bed” (Low in High School)
Depeche Mode, “Mercy in You” (Songs of Faith and Devotion)
Alien Sex Fiend, “E.S.T. (Trip to the Moon)” (Acid Bath)
Wire, “So and Slow it Grows” (The First Letter)
Robert Smith, “Pirate Ships” (Disintegration)
New Order, “Sunrise” (Low-Life)
Sad Lovers and Giants, “Seven Kinds of Sin” (The Mirror Test Redux)
Comsat Angels, “I’m Falling” (7 Day Weekend)

HOUR 2
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “My Little Underground” (Psychocandy)
Pailhead, “No Bunny” (Side Trax)
Adam and the Ants, “Physical (You’re So)” (Kings of the Wild Frontier)
Magazine, “A Song From Under the Floodboards” (Peel Session) (The Complete John Peel Sessions)
Bauhaus, “Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?” (Burning From the Inside)
Revolting Cocks, “Get Down” (Trax! Box)
Lords of the New Church, “Open Your Eyes” (Killer Lords)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Heroin” (Live) (Crystal Days 1979-1999)
Front Line Assembly, “Vexation” (Provo Mix) (Monument)
Abecedarians, “Misery of Cities” (Eureka)
Kraftwerk, “Europe Endless” (Trans Europe Express)
The Stranglers, “Skin Deep” (12-Inch Version) (Aural Sculpture)

HOUR 3
Psychic TV, “Black Rainbow” (Towards the Infinite Beat)
Einstürzende Neubauten, “The Interimlovers” (Tabula Rasa)
Martin L. Gore, “Compulsion” (Counterfeit EP)
Tubeway Army, “Down in the Park” (Replicas)
The Cure, “Another Day” (Three Imaginary Boys)
My Bloody Valentine, “(When You Wake) You’re Still in a Dream” (Isn’t Anything)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, “Mercy Seat” (Live) (Live From KCRW)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Cities in Dust” (Live) (At the BBC)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Driven like the Snow” (Floodland)
Severed Heads, “Exploring the Secrets of Treating Deaf Mutes” (Since the Accident)
This Mortal Coil, “Song to the Siren” (It’ll End in Tears)
Joy Division, “New Dawn Fades” (Heart and Soul)
The Smiths, “Suffer Little Children” (The Smiths)
The House of Love, “Destroy the Heart” (Peel Session) (The John Peel Sessions)
The Fall, “Barmy” (This Nation’s Saving Grace)
The Mission, “Into the Blue” (Carved in Sand)
Swans, “God Damn the Sun” (Violent Failures)

 

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8 Comments

  • Thanks for playing FLA – Vexation (followed by Abecedarians ? Awesome !). Suggestions for next week :

    Meat Beat Manifesto – Psyche Out
    Cabaret Voltaire – Electro-Motive
    Bauhaus – Of Lillies and Remains
    New Order – Mesh

     
  • Jaime Escobedo

    The Cure – Harold and Joe

    Chameleons – View from a hill

    Sad Lovers and Giants – Things we never did

    Thank you

     
  • Kevin J

    How about playing The Gruesome Twosome “Hallucination Generation” ?

     
  • David

    Love that your playlist pushes outside the predictable with artists like Anne Clark and Sad Lovers and Giants. We listen every week and are always impressed by your latest mix! Thanks!

     
  • Dan T

    This was an especially great week. Morrissey, Lords of the New Church and live Siouxsie!! I owe you my life!!

     
  • Michael Delozier

    The problem I have with the playlists is that they dont flow well. They are just thrown together and have no fluidity to them. Nothing builds up or moves easily into the next song, its just a lot of mish mash that doesnt make for what i would consider a good mixed tape.

     
  • Mat Gillespie

    I really love Song to the Siren…. Elizabeth Frazier nails that song and I love how you followed it up with Joy Division. Thanks for all that.

    For the next show:
    The Cure The Kiss
    Cocteau Twins Mussette and Drums
    Dead Can Dance A Passage in Time
    Tones on Tail Twist
    This Mortal Coil Come Here My Love

     
  • Gareth

    How about All The Wrong People Are Dying by The Styrenes.

     
 

 

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