Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (10/22/17)

“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 Jesus and Mary Chain

HOUR 1
Xmal Deutschland, “Incubus Succubus II” (Tocsin)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Sidewalking” (Barbed Wire Kisses)
A Split-Second, “Rigor Mortis” (Ballistic Statues)
Love and Rockets, “Lucifer Sam” (Express)
Southern Death Cult, “All Glory” (The Southern Death Cult)
Joy Division, “Disorder” (Heart and Soul)
Gang of Four, “Damaged Good” (Entertainment!)
Medicine with Elizabeth Fraser, “Time Baby III” (The Crow soundtrack)
Mission of Burma, “Academy Fight Song” (Academy Fight Song)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Dominion/Mother Russia” (Floodland)
Alien Sex Fiend, “Now I’m Feeling Zombified” (Curse)
Iron Curtain, “Shadow” (Desertion 1982-1988)
Lead Into Gold, “Faster Than Light” (Chick & Speed: Futurism)

HOUR 2
Flesh For Lulu, “Seven Hail Marys” (Blue Sisters Swing)
Nine Inch Nails, “Physical (You’re So)” (Broken)
Ministry, “All Day Remix” (Twitch)
Time Zone featuring John Lydon, “World Destruction” (World Destruction)
Steve Kilbey, “Pretty Ugly, Pretty Sad” (Unearthed)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Friction” (Live) (Crystal Days 1979-1999)
The Glove, “A Blues in Drag” (Blue Sunshine)
The Creatures, “Standing There” (Boomerang)
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Heaven” (Blow)
Lowlife, “Eternity Road” (7-Inch Version) (Eternity Road)
Yazoo, “Winter Kills” (Upstairs at Eric’s)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Sensoria” (12-Inch Version) (Micro-Phonies)
Nitzer Ebb, “Smear Body” (That Total Age)

HOUR 3
Morrissey, “That’s Entertainment” (Sing Your Life single)
Depeche Mode, “Lie to Me” (Some Great Reward)
New Order, “Procession” (Movement)
Pink Turns Blue, “Walking On Both Sides” (If Two Worlds Kiss)
Bauhaus, “Lagartija Nick” (1979-1983, Vol. 1)
This Mortal Coil, “Come Here My Love” (Filigree & Shadow)
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “Up Jumped the Devil” (Tender Prey)
Christian Death, “Romeo’s Distress” (Only Theatre of Pain)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Israel” (The Very Best of)
Gary Numan, “Warriors” (Warriors)
Peter Murphy, “Marlene Dietrich’s Favourite Poem” (Deep)
The Mission, “Hands Across the Ocean” (Grains of Sand)
The Sugarcubes, “Regina” (Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week)
The Wild Swans, “Young Manhood” (Bringing Home the Ashes)
The Mighty Lemon Drops, “Inside Out” (World Without End)
The Chameleons, “On the Beach” (What Does Anything Mean? Basically)
The Cure, “Untitled” (Disintegration)

 

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19 Comments

  • Always a good show when I hear Lucifer Sam, my favorite L & R song. Some suggestions for next week :

    Japan – Halloween
    Skinny Puppy – Worlock
    Alien Sex Fiend – Haunted House
    The Cult – The Witch
    Jazz Butcher – Zombie Love

     
  • Awesome show last nite! Hope you can dig up “Nowadays” by this Canadian post-punk band called Images In Vogue for nxt Sun’s Dark Wave. I first heard the song in an episode of the iconic ’80s Canadian teen series “Degrassi Jr. High.”

     
    • Yeah, better hurry up to play some more Canadian stuff before Trump asks for duties

       
    • Willard

      Let us not forget that Cevin Key, he of Skinny Puppy fame (and Teargarden, Download, Dubcon…) was an early drummer for Images in Vogue.

       
      • That’s so cool! Really explains the influence in their music!

         
        • Willard

          It’s one of my favorite “6 degrees” facts. But I took a poke around iTunes and did not see the song you mention. I’ll keep looking. and Degrassi? Whoah! Blast from the past there!

           
      • Love his Dubcon (Martian Dub Beacon !) and Download material.

         
        • Willard

          It’s great stuff, isn’t it? Plateau is another excellent Cevin Key project worth checking out. More like Dubcon than Download.

           
          • Alright, good to know. I’ll have to check out Plateau. Thanks !

             
          • Willard

            Excellent! I hope and trust you won’t be disappointed!

             
          • OK, Plateau is pretty damn good ! Listening to Kushbush/Music for Grass Bars as we speak. The production is top-notch. Thanks for the tip !

             
          • Willard

            Cevin Key is legit. Glad you’re enjoying it!

             
  • How about some Frank The Baptist next week? Falling Stars?

     
  • Jim Eckstrom

    How about a Scientists song for next week?

     
  • How about The Cure’s “A Forest?”

     
  • Mat Gillespie

    Great playlist last night….

    For next weekmaybe one or more of these:

    This Mortal Coil- 16 Days~Gathering Dust
    Love and Rockets- Holiday on the Moon
    Echo and the Bunnymen- Nocturnal Me
    The Cure- The Kiss
    Dead Can Dance- In the Kingdom of the Blind the One Eyed are Kings
    Cocteau Twins- Ivo

    Thanks

     
  • Felix Sanchez

    Tuxedo Moon- No Tears in the first hour please

     
  • Hi Matt

    How about “Bury My Heart” by the Waterboys? Many thanks. Bob

     
  • Zaphod Beeblebrox

    May I put in a request for Nemesis by Shriekback? Forgive me if it’s been done to death already.

     
 

 

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