Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ – hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (11/13/22)


“Dark Wave”, hosted by Cut off the eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EST every Sunday on Sirius XM Satellite Radio Wave 1 (channel 33). The two most recent episodes are also available through Sirius XM’s On Demand service to online subscribers.

Bauhaus, “In the Flat Field” (In the flat field)
killer joke, “A new day” (Night)
The Sisters of Mercy, “Lucretia my reflection” (flood land)
Fields of the Nephilim, “Preacher” (Revelations)
Departments, “Go left to right” (Substance)
Ministry, “The Game is Over” (demo) (Trax! Box)
Depeche Mode, “John the Revealer” (Play the angel)
fashionable gadget, “Shaved Lady” (Fashionable Gadget by Frank Tovey)
DVA clock, “The pirate” (Buried dreams)
Down, “Last night I dreamed that someone loved me” (A lifetime of temporary relief)
Rowland S. Howard, “White wedding” (Teen Snuff Movie)
creatures, “Stand Over There” (Boomerang)
Morrissey, “November 2” (Every day is like Sunday)

pig face, “Suck” (Gub)
Before 242, “Controversy Between” (Back catalog)
Nitzer Ebb, “Lake Road” (Ebbhead)
Manifesto of battered meat, “God OD” (God OD)
The Jesus and Mary Channel, “April Sky” (Dark Lands)
Magazine, “Permafrost” (Second-Hand Daylight)
psychedelic furs, “Sister Europa” (Psychedelic furs)
Anita Lane, “I am a believer” (dirty pearl)
Sweden, “Murder of a Flashboy” (Sci-Fi Lullabies)
Disco Inferno, “No Edge, No End” (Indebted)
Elizabeth Fraser, “Moses” (Moses)
The treatment, “Lullaby” (extended mix) (Mix)

Siouxsie and the banshees, “Happy House” (Kaleidoscope)
Joy Division, “Shadow Theater” (unknown pleasures)
David Sylvain, “Orpheus” (The secrets of the hive)
ABCs, “Having dinner” (Resin)
Lard, “Pineapple Face” (Reid’s Last Temptation)
pailhead, “Anthem” (side trax)
skinny puppy, “Damn (Censorship)” (VIVI Section VI)
My life with Thrill Kill Kult, “Waiting for Mom” (Confessions of a Knife)
Love and rockets, “All in My Head” (Express)
The mission, “Dancing Barefoot” (live) (The first chapter)
Miranda Sex Garden, “Ardera Semper” (Suspiria)
James Ray and performance, “Mexico Sundown Blues” (12 inch version) (Merciful Liberations 1986-1989)
The Smiths, “Death of a Disco Dancer” (Strangely, here we come)

Do you have a request? To be considered for next week’s show, drop it in the comments below by noon Tuesday. Applications will be considered as long as they fit the format of the show and generally the 1stWave era – and provided the host does not harbor an intense dislike for the song.


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