We're Coming Back Tonight (3/31/2019)

Half Machine Lip Moves is coming back from spring break tonight for an all-German artists show. Tune in for industrial, post-punk and goth/deathrock, power noise, OT’s poorly-pronounced German, and more tonight at 10 PM-1 AM Central Time [11 PM-2 AM ET/8-11 PM PT/03:00-06:00 UTC] on KUHS-LP Hot Springs 102.5 FM and the stream at kuhsradio.org—or search for “kuhs lp” in the TuneIn app for iOS and Android devices.

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Club Nevermore Goth/Industrial Night in Hot Springs

We’ve got big news to share with you: Arkansas now has a goth/industrial club night! Come check out Club Nevermore, which makes its debut on Saturday, April 13 at Low Key Arts in Hot Springs.

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No Show Tonight (3/24/2019)

I’m terribly sorry to say this, but I will not be able to do the show tonight. We will be airing a replay of a previous episode at the usual time, 10 PM-1 AM CT [11 PM-2 AM ET/8-11 PM PT/03:00-06:00 UTC] on KUHS-LP Hot Springs 102.5 FM and at kuhsradio.org. We’ll return to the air the following Sunday (3/31).

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Episode 77: 3/10/2019

Half Machine Lip Moves logo with '#77' on it.

Our longtime listener and friend Molly from Northern California joined us in the studio for one of the funnest and longest episodes of the show to date. We started with a set of EBM and industrial, then there was a block of industrial metal. We followed that with a set of music by artists that will be playing in Hot Springs at this year’s Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival. We played a set of music from albums that were recorded or released in 1977 to celebrate our 77th episode. Then we had a set of noise, and an excerpt from a long Coil track. We then had an hour of overtime, in which we heard Krautrock/kosmische, a bit of Anatolian rock, Russian post-punk, and noise rock and ambient.

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Episode 76: 3/3/2019

Half Machine Lip Moves logo with '#76' on it.

We began this show with some EBM and Belgian New Beat tracks. Then we had a “darkwave and whatever” block. We followed that with a tribute to the late Andy Anderson, and a block of psychedelic noise rock and a spacey-prog rock track featuring Andy Anderson. Then we had a block of crunchy lo-fi industrial, and we closed with a set of dark ambient and ambient drone.

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