We started this episode with a warmup set of industrial tracks. Then we played a set of new tracks (i.e., ones that came out this year), including three local artists. That was followed with a set of industrial and an old school-style EBM tracks. After that we played a set of heavy and noisy industrial tracks, and ended the show with another set of “goodbye summer” tracks
We began with an industrial warm-up set, then we played a block of tracks from new releases (i.e., ones that came out this year). That was followed with a set of synthwave, then a block with some old school tracks that inspired the previous set and some tracks inspired by horror movie soundtracks. The last hour was our “goodbye to summer” set which had a mix of dungeon synth, power electronics, ambient, and experimental in honor of this week’s fall equinox.
We kicked this show off with some new industrial and EBM tracks. The second block was tracks from local (i.e., Arkansan) post-punk, darkwave, and industrial artists. The third block was a set of requested dark ambient, synthwave, and metal tracks along with a couple of tracks referencing black cats in honor of Friday the 13th. That was followed with a set of spacey noise rock, then there was a set of psychedelic noise. We closed the show with a set of early electronic and a little ambient in honor of this month’s Harvest Moon.
We started this show with a set themed around work, because this show was supposed to air over Labor Day weekend but didn’t because of technical problems at the station. That was followed by a set of mostly recent darkwave tracks, and a set of mostly recent post-punk and deathrock songs. We followed that with a set of industrial and EBM. The midnight block was a set of noisy and heavy industrial, and we closed the show with a set of a set of downtempo IDM, industrial, and ambient.
The seemingly-lost episode has been found! (Ok, there was a glitch in the first segment and it took some time to fix it.) This show started with some industrial and requested track. The second block was a mix of doom metal and garage synthpunk that was played to spread word about a couple of shows that were happening the following weekend. We followed that up with a set of Belgian New Beat, a block of noise rock, a set of fairly recent dungeon synth tracks, and we closed with some live Wolf Eyes and a Thomas Köner track ‘cause it’s themed around coldness and we’re sick of the summertime heat and humidity.