Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — December 3, 2017 at 11:23 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (12/3/17)

“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: Al Jourgensen

Al Jourgensen, “It’s Always Christmas Time” (Alien Christmas)
Nine Inch Nails, “Dead Souls” (The Crow soundtrack)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Stargazer” (The Rapture)
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “The Mercy Seat” (Live) (Live From KCRW)
PTP, “Rubber Glove Seduction” (Side Trax)
Cocteau Twins, “Winter Wonderland” (Snow EP)
Depeche Mode, “Everything Counts” (Live) (Blasphemous Rumours single)
Colin Newman, “Seconds to Last” (A-Z)
Public Image Ltd., “Warrior” (12-Inch Extended Version) (Plastic Box)
New Order, “Ceremony” (Substance)
The Sound, “Jeopardy” (Jeopardy)
Section 25, “Be Brave” (Always Now)
Peter Murphy, “A Strange Kind of Love” (Deep)

The Damned, “There Ain’t No Sanity Clause” (The Black Album)
The Cramps, “Fever” (Songs the Lord Taught Us)
Switchblade Symphony, “Gutter Glitter” (Serpentine Gallery)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Run Run Run” (Live) (Crystal Days 1979-1999)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Darklands” (Darklands)
Revolting Cocks, “Gila Copter” (Linger Ficken’ Good)
The Fall, “Cruiser’s Creek” (Peel Session) (The Complete Peel Sessions)
Department S, “Is Vic There?” (Sub-stance)
Wayne Hussey, “White Christmas” (Songs of Candlelight & Razorblades)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Driven Like the Snow” (Floodland)
Killing Joke, “Multitudes” (Night Time)
Clan of Xymox, “A Forest” (Kindred Spirits)
Christian Death, “When I Was Bed” (Ashes)

The Cure, “Other Voices” (Faith)
Joy Division, “Candidate” (Heart and Soul)
The Stranglers, “Skin Deep” (12-Inch Version) (Aural Sculpture)
Love and Rockets, “It Could Be Sunshine” (Express)
Ministry, “Jesus Built My Hotrod” (Psalm 69)
Gary Numan, “Broken” (Savage: Songs From a Broken World)
Black Tape For a Blue Girl, “Across a Thousand Blades” (Ashes in the Brittle Air)
Asylum Party, “Pure Joy in My Heart” (Mère)
Felt, “Vasco de Gama” (The Strange Idols Pattern and Other Short Stories)
The Smiths, “The Hand that Rocks the Cradle” (The Smiths)
Bauhaus, “She’s in Parties” (Burning From the Inside)
Dead Can Dance, “Black Sun” (Aion)
My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, “The Devil Does Drugs” (Kooler Than Jesus)
The Young Gods, “Skinflowers” (T.V. Sky)
KMFDM, “The Virus” (Naive)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Yashar” (2×45)
The Mission, “Like a Child Again” (Masque)


Got a request for a future episode? Leave it in the comments below.





  1. David Howard

    Hi Matt,

    Outstanding show as usual this week. So… my favorite song by my favorite band of all time is Elegia by New Order. I don’t think I’ve ever heard it on the radio and would be euphoric to hear it on your show. Just hearing the ~5 min album version would be great, but man o’ man to hear the 17.5 min full version would allow me to check off my bucket list getting the full version broadcast. I have this song in my will to be played at my funeral. And what’s darker than that?

  2. I would love to hear Wire Practice Makes Perfect and Kraftwerk Europe Endless

  3. Thanks for playing MLWTTKK and Young Gods ! And it was really cool to hear Cabaret Voltaire’s “Yashar” – nice touch ! Lastly, i’m not a huge fan of Gary Numan, but that song “Broken” was beautiful. Thanks for playing it. For next week, how about :

    Abecadarians : Smiling Monarchs
    KMFDM : Godlike
    Shamen : You, Me, and Everything
    Danse Society : Woman’s Own

  4. How ’bout “Muzorewi’s Daughter” for next show’s The Fall track?

  5. The Neon Judgement’s “Don’t Wish Me Luck” from Blood & Thunder.


  6. Lets hear Killing Joke – Mathematics of Chaos ,please.

  7. Great show this week as usual! Might be too late for next week but how about gang of four (anything) and gene loves jezebel upstairs. cabaret voltaire (anything) would be great as well.

  8. Monaco- what do you want from me
    Depeche mode-no disco

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