This Friday is Bandcamp Friday. Here are some local/Arkansas-based artists in the darkwave, industrial, experimental, shoegaze, etc. fields that’ll appreciate your support. AnotherTheory (Little Rock) Clusters of Fornication (Little Rock/Conway) 3num3rat0r (Little Rock) Fossils of Ancient Robots (Eureka Springs) Ghost Bones (Hot Springs) Ginsu Wives (Conway) The Jerusalem Cross (Calico Rock/Mountain Home) Modeling (Fayetteville) Or (Little Rock) R.I.O.T.S. (Little Rock) Silver Anchors (Little Rock) Skull Family (Jonesboro) White Mansion (Fayetteville)
We opened this show with a set about our current situation. The two blocks after that were a mix of industrial, EBM, darkwave, and post-punk. Then we had a set with a bit of hard industrial and synthpop, and a couple of tracks in honor of Bjork’s birthday. We played a set of industrialized techno at midnight, and closed with a set of shoegaze tracks.
We returned to the studio for the first since the beginning of March, and chaos ensued. We were joined by Danny from KUHS-LP’s new show Outrage Radio (and a new Finally Friday co-host). We began the show with a set of industrial tracks. We followed that up with a block of EBM, old and new. Then we played a set of noise rock. The fourth set was a mix of synthpop, darkwave, and post-punk. The fifth set was some autumn-themed experimental tracks, and we closed the show with a mix of comfy synth, experimental, and ambient.
We began the episode with a two sets of tracks that were a mix of industrial, EBM, deathrock, and post-punk in response to the upcoming election. The next two hours were selections Operator OT picked for his sets in Club Nevermore’s Tracks & Treats event on Halloween night, which featured a mix of industrial, EBM, deathrock, post-punk, punk rock, and more.
Here’s our 2020 dark ambien(t) and atmospheric special. We began the show with a set of new dark ambient tracks, which was followed with a couple of block of dark ambient and atmospheric tracks. We played a set of morbid death industrial tracks at midnight, then we closed with a somewhat more soothing set.
Sorry, but there will not be a new episode of Half Machine Lip Moves this week (10/18/2020). However, since last week’s episode didn’t make it to air, it will be replayed tonight at 10 PM CT on KUHS-LP Hot Springs 102.5 FM and kuhsradio.org. Prep work for next week’s episode, which will be the dark atmospheric/ambient show, is underway.
We began this episode with a set relevant to our current situation. That was followed with a set of industrial tracks. We followed that with a set of tracks that make me (Operator OT) think of fall, but aren’t themed around or about the season. That was followed with a set of dark punk and deathrock tracks. We played a set of fairly recent darkwave tracks at midnight, and wrapped up with a set of shoegaze and ambient tracks.
(This show was intended to air on September 20, 2020 but due to some car issues it had to be postponed by a week.)
We started this show with some batch of sort-of timely industrial, post-punk, and hardcore punk tracks. That was followed with Operator OT’s sets from the Club Nevermore livestream on September 12, which were mixes of post-punk, goth, darkwave, and industrial. We followed that with a set of piping-hot industrial tracks. The last hour of the show was a mix of autumn-themed post-punk and ambient tracks in honor of fall equinox.
Club Nevermore is presenting A Night Like This with DJ Dagger Dance tonight at 10 PM Central time (11 PM ET/8 PM PT/03:00 UTC) on Twitch.tv. DJ Dagger Dance plays really cool deathrock, post-punk, goth, etc, and it will be a good show.
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.