Episode 228: 7/2/2023
We began this show with a set of brand new songs. Our friend Dianne joined us and we played sets of industrial, goth, darkwave, post-punk, etc., with an underlying theme of America and patriotism, because this was near the Fourth of July. Then we finished the show with a set of experimental and shoegaze songs.
- Half Machine Lip Moves Introduction [0:00:00 - 0:08:12]
- Vampire Police: Idiocrypt Intro (Idiocrypt Demo, 2023, Self-Released) [0:08:12 - 0:09:59]†
- Clusters of Fornication: Elegy (Elegy, 2023, Self-Released) [0:09:59 - 0:13:25]†
- Black Rose Burning: Sing to Me (E.L.E.) (Sing te Me (E.L.E – Extinction Level Event), 2023, Self-Released) [0:13:25 - 0:17:57]
- Kanga: Rehab (Rehab, 2023, Artoffact Records) [0:17:57 - 0:21:23]
- 3Teeth: Year of the Scorpion (Year of the Scorpion, 2023, Century Media) [0:21:23 - 0:24:56]
- Bigod 20: America (Steel Works!, 1992, Zoth Ommog/Sire) [0:28:48 - 0:35:24]
- Orange Sector: Kids in America (Kids in America, 1994, Zoth Ommog/Infacted Recordings) [0:35:24 - 0:39:16]
- Slighter: I’m Afraid of Americans (Covers EP, 2018, Confusion Inc.) [0:39:16 - 0:43:16]
- Cyan Revue: American Prayer (In Loving Memory, 1998, Self-Released) [0:43:16 - 0:46:53]
- Scary Black: American Gothic (American Gothic, 2021, Self-Released) [0:46:53 - 0:51:04]
- Detoxi: Death of a Nation (First Flesh, 2019, Bat-Cave Productions) [0:51:04 - 0:54:38]
- Thou: Fourth of July (A Primer of Holy Words, 2020, Robotic Empire/Sacred Bones Records/Self-Released) [0:58:16 - 1:05:27]
- X: Fourth of July (See How We Are, 1987, Elektra/Rhino Records) [1:05:27 - 1:09:19]
- The Mission UK: Hymn (For America) (Children, 1988, Mercury/Polygram) [1:09:19 - 1:15:48]
- Horror Vacui: Fall of the Empire (Can You Still See Reality?, 2012, Legion of the Dead) [1:15:48 - 1:20:36]
- Cabaret Voltaire: Thank You America (Code, 1987, Parlophone/EMI-Manhattan Records) [1:24:49 - 1:30:09]
- Killing Joke: America (Outside the Gate, 1988, EG/Virgin/Let Them Eat Vinyl/Caroline International) [1:30:09 - 1:33:53]
- Fall of Because: Middle Amerika (Life is Easy, 1999, Invisible/Alley Sweeper) [1:33:53 - 1:39:16]
- Prager Handgriff: Amerika (Roburit, 2015, Infacted Recordings) [1:39:16 - 1:43:01]
- Life… But How to Live It?: Burn (Burn/Green Live, 2016, Boss Tuneage) [1:43:01 - 1:45:48]
- Ministry: AmeriKKKa (AmeriKKKant, 2018, Nuclear Blast/Chaos Reigns/Ward Records) [1:49:48 - 1:58:04]
- Leather Strip: AntiUS (Fit For Flogging, 1993, Cleopatra) [1:58:04 - 2:02:47]
- Agrezzior: Statue of Liberty (Strike Back, 2017, Infacted Recordings) [2:02:47 - 2:06:43]
- Suicide Commando: Bang Bang Bang (GodDestruktor, 2022, Out of Line) [2:06:43 - 2:10:41]
- Uniform: Killing of America (Wake in Fright, 2017, Sacred Bones Records) [2:10:41 - 2:14:44]
- Devour: Breathe, Move, Cry (Breathe, Move, Cry/So Naive, 2021, Self-Released) [2:19:06 - 2:23:23]†
- Yuni Wa: Politics (Politics, 2023, Self-Released) [2:23:23 - 2:27:00]†
- Goodbye Ranger: Memories and the Sky (Memories and the Sky, 2022, Sillas Famosas) [2:27:00 - 2:30:45]
- The Veldt: The Everlasting Gobstopper (The Everlasting Gobstopper, 2023, 5BC/Little Cloud Records) [2:30:45 - 2:35:36]
- Shizuka: Plan For Solitude (Heavenly Persona [天界のペルソナ], 1994, P.S.F. Records/Black Editions) [2:44:52 - 2:54:45]
† Local artist
Our friends at Shadow Transmission released a compilation called Out From the Cold which has Devour’s song “Breathe, Move, Cry.” It’s also a benefit for The Van in Little Rock.
Here is the Bandcamp for Devour’s “Breathe Move Cry”/“So Naive” single.
This month’s Friday Night Frights is on Friday, July 28th. This month’s edition is a screening of Grave of the Vampire. More info can be found at this Facebook event post.
Local darkwave artist Clusters of Fornication is playing with Turquoise Tiger and Goodbye Ranger at Vino’s, 923 W. 7th St. in Little Rock, on Saturday, July 29th. The show is at 7 PM. Admission is at $10, and the show is all ages. More info can be found at this event page.
Vino’s is at 923 W. 7th Street in Little Rock. A map with directions is below.
Club Nevermore, Central Arkansas’s monthly goth-industrial event, is doing its next event on Saturday, August 12th, at The Labyrinth in Little Rock. This month’s theme is Beach Goth. Here is a link to the event’s Facebook page with more info.
The Labyrinth is located at 619 South Spring Street in downtown Little Rock. Here is an embedded map with directions.