We started with a set of synthpop tracks. That was followed with a set that was a mix of post-punk and industrial tracks with no theme. The third block was a set of post-punk and deathrock. Then we closed the show with a set of tracks referencing autumn, in honor of the coming autumn equinox.
We began this show with a set of new-ish industrial tracks. That was followed with a tribute to the late Olli Wisdom of the band Specimen and founder of the legendary London club The Batcave. Then we played a set of mostly new industrial and EBM tracks. After that was a set of post-punk tracks. Our midnight set was a mix of goth, post-punk, and shoegaze tracks. Then we finished the show by blasting off into a set of spacey noise tracks.
This episode started with a set of new darkwave, post-punk, and synthpop tracks. The following three sets were mixes of goth, post-punk, darkwave, industrial, EBM, synthpop, etc. that I (Operator OT) played in my DJ sets at Club Nevermore’s event on August 14, 2021. We played a set of power electronics, death industrial, and noise at midnight with no discernible theme. And we closed out the show with a set of shoegaze, comfy synth, and ambient tracks to settle things down.
We started this two-hour show with a set of industrial bangers. That was followed with a set of darkwave, post-punk, and deathrock tracks. We went into a somber mix of folk and post-punk in the third block, and wrapped things up with a set of synthpop, minimal wave, etc. Also, each set had a track about or referencing cats, in honor of International Cat Day, which was August 8th.
We began this set with a block of brand new goth, deathrock, and post-punk tracks, mostly by artists that were played on the show for the first time. The following three blocks were a mix of industrial, darkwave, post-punk, etc. that I played in my sets at Club Nevermore’s July 10th event. The fifth block, which was added in post-production, was a set of darkwave, minimal wave, and post-punk from Ukrainian and Russian artists. And the final block was a set of ambient to close out our late Sunday night.
We began this show with a set of industrial tracks to get things warmed up. After that was an interview with local darkwave artist Clusters of Fornication about their upcoming Loss For Words EP. That was followed with a set of set tracks selected by Sean/DJ Hollow from Clusters of Fornication. After that we played a set of synthpop and synthwave. We unplugged at midnight and played some acoustic and dark folk tracks. And we closed the show with a set of ambient tracks.
We reached our 150th show! We started this one with a block of new tracks. Operator OT talked a little about Club Nevermore’s recent return to live in-person events, and the following three blocks were a mix of darkwave, post-punk, and industrial tracks he played at that event. The fifth block was a set of goth, shoegaze, and post-punk tracks by Black and African American artists, in honor of Juneteenth. We closed the show with a set of summer-themed ambient and experimental tracks.
DJ 10.29 from Club Nevermore, Arkansas’s one-and-only goth-industrial event, came on the show to talk about Club Nevermore’s upcoming return to physical live events on June 12th and he picked some industrial tracks. We followed that with a set of darkwave and post-punk, including a premier of a brand new track from local artist Clusters of Fornication. We followed that up with some goth tracks. We played a set of synthpop/minimal wave in our midnight set, and we closed with ear-blistering psychedelic noise rock.
We started this show with a set of mostly new-ish post-punk tracks. Then we went into a set of heavy and hard industrial metal. That was followed with a set of post-punk tracks referencing or themed around summertime. We followed that up with a set of Chinese post-punk tracks. The midnight block was a couple of our favorite Les Rallizes Denudes tracks, and we wrapped up the show with a mix of shoegaze and ambient tracks.