Episode 233: 9/24/2023
We began this show with a set of new industrial, post-punk, and EBM tracks. Then we played a set of post-punk and darkwave tracks. The following four sets had darkwave, post-punk, goth, shoegaze, weird and dark folk, experimental, etc. tracks with a fall/autumn theme, because this show aired on the day after the Fall Equinox.
- Plague Pits: The Dignity of Serfdom (Creatures, 2023, Self-Released) [0:00:00 - 0:07:09]
- Black Rose Burning: Ad Astra (Ad Astra, 2023, Self-Released) [0:07:09 - 0:15:13]
- Unitcode:Machine: Keep Above the Water (Keep Above the Water, 2023, COP International) [0:15:13 - 0:20:44]
- Espermachine: It’s Gone (Love Apcocalypse, 2023, Self-Released) [0:20:44 - 0:23:17]†
- Choke Chain: Burial (Burial, 2023, Self-Released) [0:23:17 - 0:28:23]
- Day Room: Bomb Shelter (Day Room, 2021, Sister Cylinder) [0:31:21 - 0:34:51]
- Autumn [US]: Even Now (The Hating Tree, 1997, Tess Records/Self-Released) [0:34:51 - 0:40:35]
- Lebanon Hanover: Gallowdance (Tomb For Two, 2013, Fabrika Records/Mecanica/Dead Scarlet Records/Living Tapes/Self-Released) [0:40:35 - 0:44:21]
- Smurno: Sklo (Sklo, 2021, Self-Released) [0:44:21 - 0:47:39]
- Sub-Sahara: Berry (Berry, 2019, Self-Released) [0:47:39 - 0:51:32]
- Sad Lovers & Giants: 50:50 (In the Breeze, 1984, Midnight Music/Restless Empire) [0:51:32 - 0:55:10]
- Yanka Dyagileva: Prodano (Smert Moya) [For Sale (My Death)] (Domoi!, 1994, BSA Records/Moon Records/KHOR/Moroz Records/Zvukoreki/Vygorod) [0:55:10 - 0:59:04]
- Hante.: This Morning of September (Her Fall and Rise, 2014, Stellar Kinematics/Synth Religion) [1:03:04 - 1:09:06]
- Lycia: Autumn Moon (A Line That Connects, 2015, Handmade Birds/Projekt) [1:09:06 - 1:14:30]
- AnotherTheory: Under the Fall (Atmospheres, 2005, Self-Released) [1:14:30 - 1:18:02]†
- Just Mustard: October (Frank/October, 2019, Pizza Pizza Records) [1:18:02 - 1:21:42]
- Coaltar of the Deepers: The End of Summer (No Thank You, 2001, Music Mine) [1:21:42 - 1:27:29]
- Grazhdanskaya Oborona: Leto Proshlo [Summer Ends] (Vsyo Idyot Po Planu, 1992, BO’ONDA Records/Zvukoreki/Moon Records) [1:27:29 - 1:29:36]
- The Caretaker: An Autumnal Equinox (Everywhere At the End of Time, 2016, History Always Favours the Winners) [1:33:42 - 1:36:28]
- Mental Destruction: September Warning (Straw, 1996, Cold Meat Industry) [1:36:28 - 1:42:51]
- Pulse Emitter: Excerpt from Fall Side B (Fall, 2006, RunDownSun) [1:42:51 - 1:46:08]
- Sutcliffe Jügend & Prurient: End of Summer (End of Autumn, 2008, Troubleman Unlimited) [1:46:08 - 1:58:10]
- ColdWorld: Autumn Shade (Autumn, 2016, Cold Dimensions) [2:01:06 - 2:06:49]
- Shadowplay: Another Autumn Day (Another Autumn Day, 1988, Individual Pop/Self-Released/Low Ambition Records) [2:06:49 - 2:15:17]
- Asylum Party: Together in the Fall (Picture One, 1988, Asylum Yield/Deanwell Global Music) [2:15:17 - 2:21:01]
- Double Echo: Autumn Months (Period Rooms, 2017, Gothic Music Records/Peter Out Records) [2:21:01 - 2:25:07]
- Pamela Wyn Shannon: September’s Way (Courting Autumn, 2007, Girlhenge Records) [2:27:30 - 2:32:51]
- Stone Breath: Leaves About Our Feet, We Reached For the Moon (A Silver Thread to Weave the Seasons, 1998, Camera Obscura/Hand/Eye) [2:32:51 - 2:37:23]
- Forest: Autumn Childhood (The Full Circle, 1970, Harvest/ZAP!/EMI/Si-Wan Records/Timeless/Parlophone/Music On Vinyl) [2:37:23 - 2:43:37]
- Coil: Amethyst Deceivers (Autumn Equinox: Amethyst Deceivers, 1998, Eskaton) [2:43:37 - 2:50:02]
† Local artist
This month’s edition of Friday Night Frights is on Friday, September 29 and is a screening of At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul. More info can be found on this Facebook event page.
The Labyrinth is at 619 South Spring Street in downtown Little Rock. Here’s a map with directions:
Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7, 2023 is the Nocturnal Oddities Bazaar Art Exhibit at The Labyrinth in Little Rock.
In their words:
“Behold! An hauntingly creative experience to converge into the Halloween season. The Labyrinth presents The Nocturnal Oddities Bazaar Art Exhibit. This exhibit showcases local artists Nicole Stewart and Dustin Jackson. As well as curated vendors including Minerva’s Menagerie, The Parlour, Alluring Decay Artistry, and Relic Oddities.
“Not only is it an immersive museum showcase, but most of these one of a kind pieces will be available for purchase. You’ll find items ranging from original artwork to horror/halloween inspired pieces, taxidermy & preserved specimens, bone jewelry, animal skulls, & much much more. The exhibit will be open on Friday, October 6th and Saturday, October 7th from 6pm to 10pm.
“Admission to experience all the goosebumps is $10. Tickets can be bought on the Labyrinth website or at the door.
“Halloween costumes are encouraged! Come meet the artist and get in the Halloween spirit!
“We take pride in providing a safe space for anyone to come and discover new artists, meet new friends, and be surrounded by an amazing community of like-minded people🧛♂️🖤”
More info and tickets can be found on this Facebook event post.
PS: Club Nevermore members get a discount on tickets. Consult their site for membership.
Club Nevermore is doing a show at Vino’s in Little Rock on Saturday, October 7, 2023. They’re bringing Fayetteville’s Damien Hearse and the local band Vampire Police is making their debut! There will also be DJ sets by DJ 10.29, DJ Hollow, and DJ Operator OT! Doors open at 7 PM; show starts at 8 PM. Note: a Club Nevermore membership is not required for entry into this event. Further details can be found on this Facebook event page.
Vino’s is at 923 W. 7th Street in downtown Little Rock. More info about the venue can be found on their website. A map with directions is below…
Saturday, October 14, 2023 is Club Nevermore’s Halloween Ball. The theme is The Worlds of Tim Burton. This will have DJ sets by DJ 10.29, DJ Graveyard Gloria, DJ Hollow, DJ Operator OT, and DJ Wilhelm. The event starts at 8 PM. More info can be found on this Facebook event page.
Note: Club Nevermore is now a private, members-only event and you must have a membership to attend! You can find info about joining Club Nevermore at this page.