We began this one with a mix of deathrock and post-hardcore. Then I played a batch of tracks I played during my Club Nevermore livestream set, which was also on World Goth Day. That was followed with a set of dark anarcho-punk, going into the area where punk and goth overlap. Then we wrapped up the show with a set of post-punk and darkwave.
We began this show with a mix of tracks, then kicked off the show with two sets in honor of Mother’s Day—one that leaned more towards goth, and another one that leaned more towards industrial and harder industrial. Then we finished the show with a set of power noise.
We returned to the station to do a live show after months of pre-recorded shows. We started this with a block of new post-punk and darkwave tracks. The next two sets were mixes of post-punk, darwave, goth, etc. from Operator OT’s last couple of Club Nevermore sets. Then we finished the show with a set of tracks themed around witches in honor of Walpurgisnacht and being halfway to Halloween.
We began the second part of our International Women’s Day show with a set of new tracks. That was followed with a set of (mostly) post-2015 post-punk, deathrock, and goth tracks. After that we played a set of minimal wave and synthpop. Then we finished the show with a set of shoegaze, experimental, and ambient tracks.
In our 2021 International Women’s Day show—in which we play tracks by women or groups fronted by women—we began the set with a set of industrial and electro tracks. That was followed with a set of darkwave and synthpop, and then a set of goth, deathrock, and post-punk. Then we wrapped up the show with a set of tracks that straddle the line between goth and shoegaze.
We returned to the air after with a set of new post-punk and darkwave tracks. That was followed with my set from Club Nevermore’s stream on 2/20/2021, which was mostly EBM to heat up the dancefloor. We played a set of old school EBM tracks after that, in honor of International EBM Day (which was last Wednesday, February 24th), and we wrapped up the show with a set of dancy EBM and futurepop.
We started this show with a set of brand new (i.e., released in 2021) tracks. After that I played my first DJ set, which was mostly industrial and hard EBM, from Club Nevermore’s December livestream, and I played my second set from that night, which was a mix of darkwave, post-punk, and synthpop. The fourth set was my set from Club Nevermore’s January livestream, which was a mix of industrial, EBM, synthpop, and post-punk. The fifth block was an Operator’s Choice set of post-punk tracks, and we closed the show with an Operator’s Choice mix of synthpop, shoegaze, and ambient.
We returned to the airwaves and streams with our 2020 review show. 2020 was a horrible year, but some good music that came out during that time. We started with some EBM and industrial tracks. That was followed with a set of darkwave and sythpop tracks. Then we heard a set of post-punk, goth, and deathrock tracks, and we wrapped things up with some ambient and shoegaze tracks.
We began our 2020 holiday show with a set in honor of the new hero of the holiday season, Krampus. That was followed with a set of post-punk tracks in honor of Winter Solstice. We followed that with a set of dark and twisted Christmas songs. Then we had a much more solemn set of songs. The midnight block was split between a set of quarantine/Covid19 Christmas songs—yes, that’s a thing!—and songs about New Year’s Eve. Then we put a bow on the show with a mix of festive songs. We hope your holiday season is as good as it can be in this stupid plague year.