We started this one with a batch of new industrial and goth tracks. That was followed with a set of tracks themed around work, etc. in honor of Labor Day. Then we played a set of industrial, post-punk, and noise rock tracks about viruses, infections, etc. because we’re still in the grips of a global pandemic. That was followed with some synthpop tracks, including a mini-set of Soviet Russian synthpop/new wave that was a tribute to the late Oleg Parastaev of Al’yans and NRG. We went all-out for a set of power electronics at midnight, and we closed the show with a mix of shoegaze, experimental, and ambient.
We started this episode with a few tracks from (former) Yugoslavian post-punk bands, in honor of our friend and graphic designer Ipsy’s birthday who turned us on to them, and some tracks in honor of Dinah Cancer’s recent birthday. That was followed with a set of industrial tracks with no theme (nope, no theme at all). Then we played a set of mostly new industrial tracks. Then we played a set of post-punk tracks. That was followed by a set of tracks themed around storms and hurricanes, etc. And we closed the show with experimental and ambient tracks themed around rain, storms, etc.
We started this episode with new Zwaremachine and a set of tracks that had no theme—nope, no theme at all. The two sets after that were a mix of industrial, EBM, synthpop, darkwave, etc. that Operator OT played on the most recent Club Nevermore livestream. We followed that with a set of synthwave, a mix of old and new noise rock, and we closed with some requested Wolf Eyes and tracks by Wolf Eyes side projects.
We started this episode with a mix of industrial bangers, old and new. That was followed with a set of hard stompy EBM and aggrotech, etc. After that we played a set of synthpop, darkwave, and post-punk. That followed with a dark ambient set. We played a set of spacey psychedelic noise rock at midnight, and closed with a set of ambient tracks.
We started this show with a mix of industrial and post-punk tracks, then we jackhammered your ears with some industrial metal. We followed that with a set of post-punk tracks. We followed that with a set of minimal wave and synthpop. The fifth block was a mix of downtempo stuff and shoegaze, and we wrapped up the episode with a set of pretty and blissful ambient to help us deal with the horror of being alive in the year 2020.
We started this one with a mix of tracks about distance, etc.. Then there were our sets from the last Club Nevermore live stream, which was a tribute to MTV’s 120 Minutes, in which we played a mix of post-punk, industrial, new wave, etc. The fourth block was a set of industrial tracks with a theme I’m too scared to talk about. (Get it?) The fifth set was a blast of power electronics, then we cooled things off with a set of soothing ambient tracks.
We began this one with a track about the Covid19 control lockdown, then we played a set of industrial tracks which included the debut of the new local industrial act 3num3rat0r. That was followed with a set of EBM tracks, including some in honor of the late Gabi Delgado of DAF (Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft). That was followed with sets of fairly recent darkwave and post-punk and deathrock tracks. The midnight block was a set of dark ambient, death industrial, and noise themed around illness, and we closed with a block of ambien(t) tracks.
We started this show with a block of industrialized techno. That was followed with a block of EBM and futurepop. After that we played a set of industrialized techno and EBM and power noise, which was followed by a set of songs straddling the line between new beat and EBM. The midnight block was a set of synthpop and minimal wave, and we closed with an ambient set. We hope everybody is staying healthy, safe, and sane in these hard times.
This is our belated International Women’s Day episode, which was pre-recorded in our quarantine bunker. (This show was intended for March 8th, but we weren’t on air that night, so I made some tweaks and put it together for the 29th.) We started with some industrial tracks. We followed that with a set of post-punk and deathrock. Then we played a set of darkwave, and a set of noise rock. We played a mix of dark ambient, death industrial, power electronics, and noise in what would have been the midnight block, and we closed the show with tracks from some of the women who pioneered electronic music.