We began this show with a set of new darkwave and post-punk tracks, along with a brand new track by Zwaremachine. The second block was a set of tracks vaguely themed around gratefulness and Thanksgiving. The third set was themed around shopping and consumerism, in “honor” of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, etc. The fourth block was a set of hard and heavy noise rock, and the fifth block was a set of post-punk and darkwave. Then we closed the show with a set of ambient-leaning tracks.
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Club Nevermore, Arkansas’s one-and-only monthly goth-industrial event, announced their next event. Club Nevermore presents Goth on the Rocks, on Saturday, December 11, 2021 at Area 51, which is at 6511 Warden Road in Sherwood, Arkansas. DJ 10.29, DJ Graveyard Gloria, Operator OT, and DJ Wilhelm will be spinning goth rock hits all night! Important note: proof of covid vaccination or a 48-hour negative covid test is required for entry to the event.
Half Machine Lip Moves will be off air next Sunday, November 21, 2021. I’ll try to schedule a replay to go on air at the show’s usual time. We’ll be back the following week, on November 28. In the meantime, you can listen to our previous episodes if there’s one you missed, or another one you’d like to hear again.
We began the set with a block of (mostly) new post-punk, industrial, and noisy punk. The following four blocks were a mix of industrial, EBM, goth, darkwave, etc. from my DJ sets at November 13th’s Club Nevermore event. Then we finished the show with a fall/autumn-themed set.
We went back to the industrial grind for our post-Halloween show. Club Nevermore’s DJ 10.29 and DJ Wilhelm (who are also in the band 3num3rat0r) came by to talk about/promote Club Nevermore’s event on November 13, which will feature a performance by the band Unitcode:Machine. We started with some mostly new industrial tracks. We followed that with a set of melodic industrial and EBM, plus we chatted briefly with 3num3rat0r. That was followed with a set of hard and heavy industrial metal. Then we played a set of industrialized techno, a set of synthpop and darkwave at midnight, and we closed the show with a set of new tracks.
Note: we apologize for the sound of the segues. We had problems with the guest microphones and I tried to fix their sound as best as I could in post-production.
We began our 2021 Halloween show—which was live on Halloween night!—with a set of horror movie themes and tracks inspired by horor movies. The following four blocks was a mix of fun spooky darkwave, goth, post-punk, synthwave, etc. tracks that were taken from my DJ sets at October’s Club Nevermore event. Then we closed the show with a set Halloweeny tracks.
Today’s Bandcamp Friday! Bandcamp is waiving their fees today and giving all the proceeds to artists. Here are some local artists that’ll appreciate your support. Also, if you’re an artist in Arkansas doing work in the industrial, EBM, post-punk, goth, synthpop, experimental, noise, etc. fields and you’re not on this list then get in touch with us—either we couldn’t find you on Bandcamp or we don’t know about your project.
The next Club Nevermore event is coming up on Saturday, November 13, 2021. This will have Club Nevermore resident DJs DJ 10.29, DJ Graveyard Gloria, Operator OT, and DJ Wilhelm spinning goth and inudstrial, plus there will be a live performance by Unitcode:Machine from Dallas. Cover charge is $15. Doors open at 8 PM. Ages 21+ only. Note: proof of covid19 vaccination or a 48-hour negative covid test is required for entry.
This episode was our yearly dark ambient and dark atmospheric soundscape special. We began with a set of tracks by the late Andrea Meyer Haugen (AKA, Nebelhexe). Then we began our descent into the underworld of dark ambient. That was followed with a set themed around empty spaces and abandoned places. Then we played dark ambient tracks inspired by the vastness of outer space. We went into a set of morbid ambient and death industrial at midnight, and finished the show with a set inspired by sleep.