14. Okt. 2012, 18:09 von DetoxScissionAs with my previous creations for different genres ('While You Were Sleeping' & 'For Funerals To Come'), this set of compilations will be found on the main blogspot page where I keep every set. I've only completed one, 12 track set thus far, but there will definitely be a good amount more. I try to stray away from singles or hits and go with songs that I really, truly enjoy... this isn't some weak set of compilations that are just random track choices (And believe me, i've seen a lot of those). For anyone thinking that i'm doing this for the wrong reasons, you are incorrect. I'm a fan and i'm trying to deliver to possible fans of the style. I make zero money from any of this and i'm using up chunks of my time to try and help out bands and musicians who matter to me and who I feel got the rough end of the stick. As well, even though most of the bands in question are no longer part of the active community, it's still worth spreading the name and legacy they left behind. …
26. Aug. 2012, 10:33 von nerdielabratIndiepenDance Vertretung @ Radio Decoder (fridays 20-22h)
13.07.2012 - Vertretung fuer Bounty samt anschliessender Verlaengerung zwecks Ueberschallung des heruebertoenenden Vereinswahnsinns von gegenueber.
Und hier die Liste:
The Cramps - I Was a Teenage Werewolf
Messer Chups - Midnight Preacher
The Muffs - Another Day
Bloodsucking Zombies from Outer Space - Eaters of the Dead
Dota und die Stadtpiraten - Mittelinselurlaub
The Cramps - The Way I Walk
Violent Femmes - Kiss Off
Arcade Fire - Windowsill
The National - Runaway
Pink Industry - state of grace
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Helter Skelter
David Cronenberg's Wife - Can't Keep Doing What You Do
The Dresden Dolls - The Mouse and the Model
Tubeway Army - Are 'friends' Electric
Echo & the Bunnymen - Gods Will Be Gods
Buzzcocks - Harmony in my head
Fehlfarben - Katze zur Maus
Pink Industry - enjoy the pain
Fad Gadget - Saturday Night Special
Welle: Erdball - Finger weg von der Fernbedienung!
4. Okt. 2011, 5:42 von darkessencejoshhttp://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r300/dark_essence_4zzz/darkessence-banner.jpg
Industrial, EBM, dark elektro radio based in Brisbane (Australia).
Live to air every Monday from 10pm-Midnight AEST on 4ZzZ 102.1fm / http://stream.4zzzfm.org.au.
* This week I'm was in Sydney, 1000km away from the studios.. Many thanks to Carousel for doing this shift. Catch Carousel every Saturday morning from 6-9am on 4ZZZfm
1. Queen Adreena - Kitty Collar Tight
2. 13 Mg. - Sinister (Beat mix)
3. Assemblage 23 - Grind
4. Lights of Euphoria - Revenge
5. Laibach - Alle Gegen Alle
6. Dead Hand Projekt - Horror
7. Cabaret Voltaire - Just Fascination (12'' mix)
8. vProjekt - Young Blood
23. Aug. 2011, 21:44 von amodelofcontrolAnother bit of a retrospective this week, as I finally get ’round to covering the fact that MTV turned 30 years old on 01-August. As the NME noted a few months ago, whatever happened to the MTV of old? For all its faults – not least seemingly moving away from what was the whole point in the first place towards reality shows (which it started with The Real World) – MTV did drive the use of the music video. It pushed artists to produce ever more outlandish, expensive and perhaps ridiculously conceited concepts, but crucially also gave some bands exposure that they would never have otherwise had.
And perhaps the tide is turning back after all, with MTV finally making a tentative return to the channel we used to love, with the reappearance of 120 Minutes and Beavis and Butthead, in the US at least. Here’s hoping that MTV remember that those of us in the UK and Europe would love to see their return, too. For those of you wanting to reminisce a bit: just check this awesome site with a full 120 Minutes archive and playlists too.
20. Jun. 2011, 17:30 von DetoxScissionNote: I will try to regularly update/add to this list. If you feel that you have any further information that you feel should be added here, let me know.
(death metal - Sweden. 1989-1991)
Example A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCa_1OdWFV8
Example B: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBH3Rlk8m50
For fans of...
(industrial metal - Austria. 1987-2004)
Example A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qta2Qh9XJ9Y
Example B: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kpa3ILcgC4s
For fans of...
(Early) Fear Factory
(thrash metal - Canada. 1993-1995)
Example A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4U3xoSFGLFo
Example B: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNUODVoXy6E
For fans of...
(industrial metal - United Kingdom. 1992-1995)
Example A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-83QuwRey-g
Example B: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A8Vk1ZzEIk
27. Apr. 2010, 19:56 von amodelofcontrolSo after a couple of weeks of work, here's my top twenty albums of the 90s.
There is again a Spotify playlist accompaniment to it, which is this time missing four entries, which with it being the top twenty is a little frustrating...
My top albums of the 90s part one: 100-81
My top albums of the 90s part two: 80-61
My top albums of the 90s part three: 60-41
My top albums of the 90s part four: 40-21
Type O Negative
Gothic, doomy metal dirges that actually have some semblance of an understanding of irony, and are on first name terms with "Mr Tune"? It's a wonder that they got away with this, but really, this album is still bloody marvellous. Even if the cover of Neil Young track Cinamon girl, in retrospect, isn't very good, the rest of it still worth listening to (Note: this was already in my top twenty long before the news broke that Pete Steele had died during April).
Velvet Acid Christ
Fun With Knives
23. Jan. 2010, 7:59 von pessimysticaahhh, the early 90s... b4 cds started to take over, you know you were addicted to waiting until a good song came on the radio in the early 90s & pressed RECORD on that outdated thing called the tape player :-P I might add that i was usually playing Nintendo while listening to these when i prolly should've been doing homework *grin*... &/or (God forbid) riding the darn school bus & listening to my WALKMAN!!! bahaha... Here're some of my favorites (currently on shuffle) that i eventually replaced with mp3s... these songs are still special to me cuz unlike downloading anything at your finger tips these days, you actually got to know individual songs a lot better & grew attached to them. I never grew tired of them, unlike too many overplayed radio singles that (mostly) aren't listed here. This isn't 1 of those "oh yah, i used to really like this song" moments... i still like these songs. It ain't nostalgic if you never left ;-)
18. Jan. 2010, 20:13 von GothLolitaI've decided to put some info about my music collection also in my journal :)
If you want to see details and scans of listed stuff check this site.
Special Disc for South America AUTOGRAPHED!
Abingdon Boys School
abingdon boys school (Special Edition)BLADE CHORDHOWLINGINNOCENT SORROWNephilim
In the Mist
Music from Twin Peaks
Koncert Akustyczny '94Live in Opera '95
Non Plus Ultra
Dotyk IluzjiLabirynt ZdarzeńNiyaW teatrze snów
BLIND/morphine (TRANS mix.)THE FUNERAL FOR HUMANITYVENGEANCE for BLOOD AUTOGRAPHED!
GoethitGotická dušeLa Loba Ante PortasNomen Rosae
Emotions... ...Dream or Reality
Carnival NoirControversial AlchemyInitiationPistols at DawnWars & Masquerades
24. Nov. 2009, 14:37 von amodelofcontrol
22. Apr. 2008, 17:19 von amodelofcontrolAs promised last week, here is the second part of my favourite albums of the 90s. Same rules as before, this time the list takes a more metallic edge, perhaps. These ten are in chronological order, just about, by the way.
So, where to start? With a band that are almost impossible to categorise, I guess...
White Light From the Mouth of Infinity
Back at the beginning of the nineties, Swans were beginning to mellow out. Burnt by their disastrous major-label experience with The Burning World, they retreated back out of this and recorded what is in my opinion the best album they ever released. While there is very little of the brutality of earlier albums, the cutting, sneering lyrics of despair and hatred remained allied with a fantastic collection of songs. I've even managed to find a couple of versions of tracks from this album on YouTube, too: a much changed live version of Song for Dead Time, and then an extraordinary solo take of Failure from just last year.
Faith No More