Dark Wave Playlists, Radio — January 7, 2018 at 11:09 pm

Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (1/7/18)

“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: Lard

Killing Joke, “The Wait” (Killing Joke)
Gang of Four, “To Hell With Poverty” (To Hell With Poverty)
Ghost Dance, “The Grip of Love” (The Grip of Love)
The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Teenage Lust” (Acoustic) (Honey’s Dead: Expanded Edition)
New Order, “Sunrise” (Low-Life)
The Chameleons, “Inside Out” (Strange Times)
Julian Cope, “Trampolene” (Floored Genius Vol. 2)
The The, “Helpline Operator” (Dusk)
Skinny Puppy, “The Choke” (12-Inch Anthology)
Lard, “The Power of Lard” (Power of Lard)
Front 242, “Controversy Between” (Backcatalogue)
Nine Inch Nails, “Zoo Station” (Ahk-toong Bay-Bi Covered)
Peter Murphy, “Hurt” (Live) (Hurt)

The Naked and the Dead, “Carousel” (The Naked and the Dead)
The Sound, “Sense of Purpose” (From the Lion’s Mouth)
Love and Rockets, “Inside the Outside” (Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven)
Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Happy House” (Kaleidoscope)
The Cure, “If Only Tonight We Could Sleep” (Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me)
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Spinning Round” (Paint Your Wagon)
Cabaret Voltaire, “Breathe Deep” (2×45)
ClockDVA, “The Hacker” (Buried Dreams)
Duran Duran, “Night Boat” (Duran Duran)
Depeche Mode, “Heroes” (Highline Sessions)
Douglas J. McCarthy, “Move On” (Kill Your Friends)
Front Line Assembly, “Vexation” (Provo Mix) (Monument)

The Sisters of Mercy, “A Rock and a Hard Place” (First and Last and Always)
Death in June, “The Calling (Mk II)” (Nada!)
Ministry, “Public Image” (Live) (Live Necronomicon)
Tubeway Army, “Down in the Park” (Replicas)
Cocteau Twins, “Ivo” (Treasure)
The Smiths, “Cemetry Gates” (The Queen is Dead)
Tones on Tail, “Performance” (Everything!)
Joy Division, “A Means to an End” (Closer)
Death Cult, “Too Young (Riders in the Snow)” (Ghost Dance)
Alien Sex Fiend, “Lips Can’t Go” (Who’s Been Sleeping in My Brain)
The Mission, “1969” (Live) (The First Chapter: Expanded Edition)
Sex Gang Children, “Guy Wonder” (Medea: Expanded Edition)
Echo & The Bunnymen, “Nothing Lasts Forever” (Evergreen)
Mission of Burma, “Academy Fight Song” (Academy Fight Song)
Mussolini Headkick, “Your God is Dead” (Themes for Violent Retribution)
Nitzer Ebb, “Smear Body” (That Total Age)
Pigface, “Point Blank” (Gub)
Bauhaus, “The Passion of Lovers” (Mask)


Got a request for next week? Drop it in the comments below.





  1. Mat Gillespie

    Awesome show and stuff….

    Missed you while you were gone but worth the wait!!! Passion of Lovers? Ivo? If only tonight????

    Dude— magical!!!!!!!
    Happy New Year Matt!

    Thanks for keeping the dark alive!!!

  2. PLZ play “Remind Me To Smile” by Gary Numan for nxt Sunday’s “Dark Wave”!

  3. Thanks for playing the RLYL and Cabaret Voltaire that I requested – back to back even ! Nice. Also, Controversy Between by 242 ? On my list to ask you to play next week – you’re a mind reader. FLA’s “Vexation” was a bonus too. Great end to a miserable Sunday (my Buffalo Bills lost their playoff game), so thank you very much for cheering me up. OK, for next week, how about :

    Danse Society : 2000 Light Years From Home

    And if you can fit these in :
    And Also the Trees : There Were No Bounds
    Clan of Xymox : She’s Dangerous
    And maybe something from the latest Gary Numan album.

    Thanks again !

    • Whoops, didn’t see that Xtina already requested some Gary Numan. Sorry ’bout that … Please disregard my suggestion, thanks !

  4. Great show this week! I will ask once again for Jesus Came Driving Along by The Leather Nun :) ^^^ Yes, Gary Numan next week!

  5. Chris in Philly

    Great stuff that almost makes me regret terminating my Sirius subscription when Bannon was brought on board. I can’t have my fees funding a fascist.

  6. Hows about Street of Dreams by The Damned? Seems goth enough

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