Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — January 16, 2022 at 11:04 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/16/22)


The Sugarcubes

“Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Eastern 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.

 

HOUR 1
The Sisters of Mercy, “Driven Like the Snow” (Floodland)
The Sugarcubes, “Regina” (Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week)
Mick Karn, “Trust Me” (Titles)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Over the Wall” (Live) (Crocodiles)
Virgin Prunes, “Caucasian Walk” (Heresie)
The The, “Love is Stronger Than Death” (Dusk)
Adam and the Ants, “Nine Plan Failed” (Dirk Wears White Sox)
Ski Patrol, “Where the Buffalo Roam” (Peel Session) (Versions of a Life)
Xmal Deutschland, “Sleepwalker” (Devils)
Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy, “Reptile” (Live in Boston)
Front 242, “Felines” (Front By Front)
Doubting Thomas, “Father Don’t Cry” (Father Don’t Cry)

HOUR 2
Love and Rockets, “Mirror People” (Slow Version) (Earth Sun Moon)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “The Killing Jar” (Live) (At the BBC)
The Cult, “Brother Wolf, Sister Moon” (Love)
Swell Maps, “Whatever Happens Next…” (Jane From Occupied Europe)
My Bloody Valentine, “Lose My Breath” (Isn’t Anything)
Catherine Wheel featuring Tanya Donelly, “Judy Staring at the Sun” (Happy Days)
Slowdive, “When the Sun Hits” (Souvlaki)
Cranes, “Lillies” (Flood Mix) (Loved)
Spacemen 3, “Revolution” (Playing with Fire)
Shock Therapy, “Pain” (Shock Therapy)
Time Zone featuring John Lydon, “World Destruction” (World Destruction)
Bel Canto, “Birds of Passage” (Birds of Passage)
Hula, “Tom Silk” (Myths 2 – System of Flux Energies)
Eyes of the Nightmare Jungle, “Shadow Dance” (Fate)

HOUR 3
Bauhaus, “Stigmata Martyr” (In the Flat Field)
Joy Division, “Warsaw” (Substance)
The Cure, “At Night” (Seventeen Seconds)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Taste of Cindy” (Psychocandy)
Ministry, “Just One Fix” (Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs)
Throbbing Gristle, “AB/7A” (D.O.A. The Third and Final Report of Throbbing Gristle)
Solitary Experiments, “Still Alive” (Mind Over Matter)
Skinny Puppy, “Dogshit (Censor)” (VIVI Sect VI)
Depeche Mode, “Wrong(Sounds of the Universe)
The Only Ones, “Another Girl, Another Planet” (The Only Ones)
The Damned, “The Limit Club” (The Chiswick Singles)
The Fall, “Oswald Defense Lawyer” (The Frenz Experiment)
999, “Homicide” (Separates)
Peter Murphy, “A Strange Kind of Love” (Version 2) (Deep)

 

Got a request? To be considered for next week’s show, drop it in the comments below by noon Tuesday. Requests will be considered as long as they fit the show’s format and generally within the 1stWave era — and provided the host doesn’t harbor an intense dislike of the song. 

 

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34 Comments

  1. Can you PLEASE dig up “The Cardinal Sin” by Dead Can Dance for next Sunday’s show? Thanx!

  2. Solid show. Hard to pick a best hour, but great choices from The The, The Only Ones, and Cranes especially. Also really liked the mini-shoegaze set.

    For an upcoming show would like to request some Human Sexual Response. Maybe “Dolls” or “Guardian Angel”.

    Thanks and have a great week.

  3. Could you play some Gary Numan next week? Any song is fine.
    Really great show tonight, Matt!

  4. Great work as always! I’ve always loved that Catherine Wheel song with Tanya Donelly. I’ll always campaign for more shoegaze, so for next week perhaps something from the genre-hopping Lilys in their early days? I’m thinking “Claire Hates Me” or “There’s No Such Thing As Black Orchids” from their 1992 album In The Presence Of Nothing. Thanks so much!

  5. Stabbing Westward – Crushing Me

  6. Silvia buzzanco

    Can you play I feel You by Depeche Mode or Friday by Suzie and the Bantchie’s?

  7. Great set as always! Do you think you can play
    Where Is My Mind by Pixies
    Monitor by Siouxsie and the Banshees
    Wax and Wane by Cocteau Twins
    Thank you!

  8. Can I hear Assassin by The Rose Of Avalanche Please thanks for playing Winter Kills By Yazoo/Yaz a couple of weeks ago loved the show lat night one off my favs that was played was that deeper cut by The Cure a very dark song that I haven’t heard in a while.

  9. Haunted when the minutes drag

    Judy’s staring at the sun. Wow. Haven’t heard that in a long time. Reminds of the first girl I ever loved.

    “She’s suffering …”

  10. Thank you for another great show Matt!!!! I so appreciate you playing requests.

    Some possible selections for best time:

    PWEI – Wise up! Sucker
    The Jesus and Mary Chain – Here Comes Alice
    Joy Division – Atmosphere

    Thanks as always!

  11. I don’t think anyone can fully fathom how awesome it is to hear Spacemen 3 booming out of the speakers. Much obliged, muchacho.

  12. What a stellar episode last night, Matt! Hour two in particular really hit the sweet spot for me. If you have time in an upcoming episode, can you play one of these?

    The Glove – Orgy
    Pink Industry – The Corpse
    Red Lorry Yellow Lorry – Hollow Eyes

    Thank you for always keeping it dark!

  13. I got my fix from this week’s episode.

    This week’s Darkness Award:
    Ministry, “Just One Fix”

    “Never trust a junkie”

  14. That Cranes song I havent heard in years! Lovely.

    As we’re all deep in winter, any chance of the fantastic Wintersun from Brendan Perry’s first album?

    or Brendan voicing some gentle dnb on Devil and the Deep Blue Sea from the same?

    thanks!

  15. I could say so much about The Sugarcubes. I was in the right place at the right time. I met all of them (with a Sugarcube baby in tow). Their show was so great and Einar absolutely stole the show.
    Rest In Peace the GREAT Mark E Smith! And long live Dark Wave.

  16. I’d like to request “The Blood” by the Cure please Matt

    Thanks

    Constantine

  17. Hi Matt,
    Some suggestions for Sunday’s show
    Cabaret Voltaire – Do Right
    Joy Division – Passover
    Chris & Cosey- Exotika
    Section 25 – Dirty Disco

  18. Awesome show this week and thank you for the 999. Figured if you cannot be the first to make a request, might as well be the last. Could we possibly hear:

    Chris Connelly- Candyman Collapse

    Please and thank you as always.

  19. I love the show, always the best part of the week!
    Sunday will be the first time I’ve seen my boyfriend in 2 weeks, as he has been out of the country (without a cell phone too!). He’s back home Sunday and I know he would love to hear:
    Skinny Puppy- Smothered Hope

    If you can swing it in the first hour before jetlag puts him to sleep, that would be amazing!
    Thanks!

  20. Solid show!

    Here are some requests –

    Gang of Four – If I Could Keep It All For Myself
    This Ascension – For a Day

    Thanks!

  21. Matt Enjoyed hour 2…thank you. I would like to hear Carousel by Siouxsie and the Banshees. Have a nice week all.

  22. Good vibrations by psychic tv

  23. Can I hear either “Displaced House In The North” or “Celebrate” by The End Of Your Garden please thank you so much for playing “Where The Buffalo Roam” by Ski Patrol

  24. “Warm Leatherette” Live by Peter Murphy & Trent Reznor
    thank you
    Loved The Sugarcubes Track

  25. I wish Dark Wave was a 24 hrs station! My birthday requests for Sunday are Clan of Xymox -Imagination, Poésie Noire – Pity For The Self, The Sisters of Mercy – Dance on Glass. Thank you!

  26. Thank you so much for playing Cranes for me! May I ask for another to be played in upcoming episodes?

    Eden – Rain Washed
    The Neon Judgement – Awful Day
    Young Gods – Gasoline Man
    Borghesia – Am I?

  27. “Spacehead” by The Primitives

  28. THANK YOU. POZDRAV IZ HRVATSKE ! GREETENIGS FROM CROATIA ! SOME GREAT SONGS : LAIBACH -ACROSS THE UNIVERSE , GANG OF FOUR -WHAT WE ALL WANT , MIZAR -HODEN ZE , JANITOR OF LUNACY – BACK TO WATER …

  29. Adam and the Ants was great! Dark. I always thought of them as a pop band and didn’t really care for their music. Looking into their older stuff now…

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