Episode 177 3/13/2022

Half Machine Lip Moves logo with ‘#177’ on it.

We began this show with a couple of tracks honoring a friend’s birthday and a couple of electro-industrial tracks. Then we played a set of industrial, noise rock, and punk tracks from bands fronted by women, in honor of International Women’s Day. Most of the rest of the show were goth, darkwave, post-punk, EBM, and industrial tracks from my DJ sets at March 13’s Club Nevermore. Then we closed the show with a couple of shoegaze tracks.

  1. Half Machine Lip Moves Introduction
  2. Optional Body: Surviving Avalanches (Surviving Avalanches/Inelastic, 2013, 25 Diamonds)
  3. Echo Beds: Only Surfaces (Buried Language, 2018, Somatic/Flenser Records)
  4. Josie Pace: Storm and Stress (IV0X10V5, 2022, Negative Gain Productions)
  5. Special Interest: Disco III (The Passion Of, 2020, Thrilling Living Records/Night School/Self-Released)
  6. Milita Vox: Reptile (Bait, 2014, Militious Productions)
  7. A Deer A Horse: Panic (Panic, 2022, Self-Released)
  8. Bam Bam: Ground Zero (Free Fall From Space, 2019, Buttocks Productions)
  9. Dasher: Soviet (Sodium, 2017, Jagjaguwar)
  10. Couch Slut: Carousel of Progress (Take a Chance on Rock ‘n’ Roll, 2020, Gilead Media)
  11. Exit Order: Take the Bait (Exit Order, 2015, Side Two/Self-Released)
  12. Amyl & The Sniffers: Freaks to the Front (Comfort to Me, 2021, Rough Trade/ATO Records/B2B Records)
  13. Bauhaus: Stigmata Martyr (In the Flat Field, 1980, 4AD/Beggars Banquet/WEA)
  14. The Cure: A Short Term Effect (Pornography, 1982, Fiction Records/A&M Records/Polydor)
  15. Traitrs: Mouth Poisons (Horses in the Abattoir, 2021, Freak Wave Records)
  16. Skinny Puppy: Glass Houses (Remission, 1984, Nettwerk/Scarface/Nettwerk America)
  17. Sisters of Mercy: Alice (Some Girls Wander By Mistake, 1992, EastWest/Merciful Release/Elektra)
  18. Icy Men: Polupustyye Avtobusi (Uninhabited Buses) (Low Light, 2020, Cold Transmission Music)
  19. Red Lorry Yellow Lorry: Hollow Eyes (Talk About the Weather, 1985, Red Rhino Records/Anagram Records/Radiation Reissues)
  20. Siouxsie & The Banshees: Cities in Dust - Single Version (The Best Of…, 2002, Polydor/Universal/Geffen)
  21. Nuovo Testamento: The Searcher (New Earth, 2021, Avant!/Funeral Party Records)
  22. Oppenheimer Analysis: Don’t Be Seen With Me (New Mexico, 2010, Minimal Wave)
  23. Rosegarden Funeral Party: Fear of Feeling Nothing (At the Stake, 2020, Young and Cold Records)
  24. A Split Second: On Command (A Split – Second, 1988, Wax Trax! Records/TVT Records
  25. Youth Code: To Burn Your World (A Place to Stand, 2014, Dais Records)
  26. Espermachine: Dead Machinery (Delicate Corruption, 2019, Self-Released)
  27. Light Asylum: Skull Fuct (In Tension E.P., 2010, Mexican Summer)
  28. Nuclear Sun: Head Like a Hole (Head Like a Hole, 2020, Self-Released)
  29. Sexual Purity: Convulsion (Paranoia, 2021, Self-Released)
  30. Chrome Corpse: Remembering Your Words (Helmet Mounted Display, 2020, Vertex Records/Razgrom Music/Self-Released)
  31. Big Black: L Dopa (Songs About Fucking, 1987, Touch and Go/Blast First/Au Go Go)
  32. Modeling: Nothing Unexpected (Nothing Unexpected, 2021, Self-Released)
  33. Mach Fox: Quasar (Hollow Moons, 2021, Self-Released)
  34. Ministry: N.W.O. (ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ/Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the Way to Suck Eggs, 1992, Sire/Warner Bros.)
  35. Jesu: Alone (Terminus, 2020, Avalanche Recordings/Daymare Recordings/Hospital Productions)
  36. The Gun Club: The Breaking Hands (Mother Juno, 1987, Red Rhino Records/What’s So Funny About…/2.13.61 Records/Thirsty Ear/Sympathy For the Record Industry/Cooking Vinyl…)

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Flyer for Illusionaut, Skull Family, and The Pop Ritual, at Vino’s, 923 W. 7th Street in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday, March 26, 2022.

Little Rock’s Illusionaut, Jonesboro’s Skull Family, and Memphis’s The Pop Ritual are playing at Vinos, located at 923 West 7th Street in Little Rock (at the corner of 7th and Chester Streets) on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Details about the show can be found here.

Use the map below for directions to Vino’s…

Flyer for Cenotaph: A Nevermore Night. It has a sepia-toned photo of a barbed wire in the shape of a heart with a spider web in it. The text says: “Cenotaph: A Nevermore Night. Saturday, April 30, 2022. Post-punk and whatever. DJs 10.29, Graveyard Gloria, Operator OT, and Wilhelm. Doors at at 8 PM. Ages 18 and up $15; ages 21 and up $10. At The Labyrinth, 619 South Spring Street in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Nevermore has introduced a new night called Cenotaph! Cenotaph is happening on the fourth Saturdays of the month at a new club in downtown Little Rock called The Labyrinth. This will focus on newer post-punk, goth, darkwave, synthwave, etc. tracks along with some classics. This one’s for baby bats and elder goths alike. This one’s ages 18 and up. Door is $15 for ages 18 and up; $10 for ages 21 and up. Details can be found on the event’s Facebook page.

The Labyrinth is located at 619 South Spring Street in downtown Little Rock. Use the map below to get directions…

Flyer for Suicide Commando, performing at Area 51, at 6511 Warden Road in Sherwood, on July 4, 2022, presented by Club Nevermore. There is Club Nevermore’s logo, which is a skull with a raven inside of it, on the left side. On the right side is a photo of Suicide Commando’s Johan Van Roy, which has another photo overlaid on top, creating a double exposure-like effect.

The legendary Belgian industrial band Suicide Commando is coming to Club Nevermore! Club Nevermore and Bragi Events are bringing Suicide Commando to Area 51, at 6511 Warden Road in Sherwood, on Monday, July 4, 2022. Further info can be found here. Tickets are now on sale at EventBrite.