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    29th March 2017, 07:41 PM
    The 59th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the Colombian band Psyborg Corp.. The track we offer here comes from the... More...
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    29th March 2017, 07:04 PM
    After giving away 40 entries to attend the official Depeche Mode pre-listing launch party of “Spirit” a few weeks ago, we now have a brand new Depeche Mode contest! We are giving away 6... More...
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    29th March 2017, 07:04 PM
    SPECTRA*paris, the project of Elena Alice Fossi, lead singer of Italian outfit Kirlian Camera, is back with a 3rd album, produced by John Fryer. The 10-track release can already be pre-ordered. The... More...
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    29th March 2017, 06:24 PM
    (By our Norwegian correspondent Jan Ronald Stange) The People’s Electric, record label founded in 2016 by Jon ‘Jonteknik’ Russell, are releasing iEuropean’s debut album ‘Into The Unknown’ worldwide... More...
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    29th March 2017, 06:24 PM
    Before the release of the full album “Reverie”, the Belgian female powered SIN.SIN project launches an excellent and catchy single: “Blacklist”. For this single Kristell L.... More...
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    29th March 2017, 01:49 PM
    The makers of a planned documentary about the late X-Ray Spex frontwoman Poly Styrene today launched a crowdfunding campaign to help pay for the film, and debuted a (very early) trailer for the project, which they hope will hit theaters in November 2018. The film, “Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché,” is directed by Paul Sng (“Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain”), and co-written by Styrene’s daughter, Celeste Bell, and Zoë Howe, who has authored biographies of The Slits and The Jesus and Mary Chain (the two also are working on a biography of Styrene, to be published by Omnibus Press at the time of the documentary’s release). Bell, in a statement, says: “This film will be a celebration of the life and work of my mother, an artist who deserves to be recognized as one of the greatest frontwomen of all time; a little girl with a big voice whose words are more relevant than ever.” The film’s creators describe the project: “Poly was responsible for some of the most original, intelligent and exciting music of the punk era and beyond, but away from the songs, the look and that warrior-cry voice, her fascinating and sometimes frightening story, incorporating struggles with misogyny, racism and mental health issues, has remained largely untold. Until now. In this feature-length documentary, the jigsaw pieces of Poly’s life will be brought together for the first time. Original interviews, new research and previously unseen archive material are combined to present a thrilling, poetic and at times impressionistic portrait of a singer, seeker and mother. Underscored with Poly’s music from throughout her career, I Am A Cliché celebrates one of punk’s most uncompromising icons.” The punk icon succumbed to cancer in 2011 at the age of 53. She fronted X-Ray Spex, best known for its album Germfree Adolescents and the anthem “Oh Bondage Up Yours!,” in the late ’70s before leaving music in the early ’80s to join the Hare Krishna movement. She had, however, returned to music in the years before her death. To contribute to the documentary, visit the project’s Indiegogo page, where, as is custom, there are a variety of rewards available to donors. The filmmakers are trying to raise £70,000, or about $87,000. Watch the trailer below. xx PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Morrissey mourns Poly Styrene, whines about ‘Very Best Of,’ reports new album finished Poly Styrene, of X-Ray Spex, 1957-2011 More...
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    29th March 2017, 01:49 PM
                 American Music Club frontman Mark Eiztel stopped by Seattle’s KEXP radio station last month to perform a quartet of songs off his just-released new album Hey Mr. Ferryman and discuss his music with host Troy Nelson. On the album, Eitzel is backed largely by ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, who produced the record; here it’s more of a stripped-down affair. Watch the 24-minute performance-and-interview set below. Setlist: Mark Eitzel, KEXP studios, Seattle, WA, 2/3/17 1. “In My Role as Professional Singer and Ham” 2. “An Answer” 3. “Mr Humphries” 4. “La Llorona” PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Stream: Mark Eitzel, ‘I Love You But You’re Dead’ — first track off ‘Don’t Be A Stranger’ American Music Club’s Mark Eitzel to release ‘Don’t Be a Stranger’ in October More...
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    29th March 2017, 01:49 PM
    The Cold Waves festival — billed as “a celebration of Chicago’s relationship with industrial music” — returns for a sixth year this fall with a 3-day lineup headlined by Front 242, KMFDM and Stabbing Westward, organizers announced this week. The event is slated for Sept. 29, 30 and Oct. 1 at Chicago’s Metro and Smart Bar, and also will feature Cold Cave, ohGr, Severed Heads, Pankow, Assemblage 23, Drab Majesty and more. Limited discount 3-day passes go on sale Friday at metrochicago.com. More...
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    28th March 2017, 06:41 PM
    The 58th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the popular Belgian electropop act Psy’Aviah here featuring Fallon Nieves (see... More...
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    28th March 2017, 06:06 PM
    “Cube” is already the 12th release in Metroland’s young but very prolific career. This new 5-track EP makes the junction between the “Triadic Ballet” era’s closure and the forthcoming... More...
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    28th March 2017, 05:03 PM
    Mute informed us this afternoon that they have renewed their worldwide partnership with Throbbing Gristle. The first stage of this partnership sees select Throbbing Gristle catalog available on... More...
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    28th March 2017, 04:33 PM
    The German darkwave band Dorsetshire is back alive after a prologned silence that lasted 21 years (if you don’t count the few tracks and remixes that have been released here and there). The... More...
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    28th March 2017, 02:30 PM
                 The Dead Milkmen will follow up their 2014 album Pretty Music For Pretty People this fall with a brand new EP titled Welcome to the End of the World, to be released on vinyl and digital formats with 50 percent of all after-tax profits being donated to Girls Rock Philly. There’s no exact release date, and no tracklist has yet been revealed, but the band is taking pre-orders for the EP on yellow vinyl (first edition limited to 500 copies) and 180-gram black vinyl (first edition also limited to 500 copies) via the new label The Giving Groove. The donation to Girls Rock Philly is part of the label’s model; 50 percent of after-tax profits go to the artist, and the other 50 percent go to a music-related nonprofit group of the artist’s choosing. Since reuniting around 2008, the Milkmen have released two studio albums and a string of 7-inch singles. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Go in the studio with Dead Milkmen via new ‘Shaking Through’ short film — plus free MP3 Vintage Audio: Dead Milkmen remake ‘Bitchin’ Camaro’ for WXPN radio promo in 1985 The Dead Milkmen to bring ‘Pretty Music for Pretty People’ to West Coast on spring tour More...
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    28th March 2017, 02:30 PM
                 Miracle Legion frontman Mark Mulcahy will release his first new album in four years next month in the form of the 11-track The Possum in the Driveway, which comes as he’s wrapping up his current reunion tour with the ’80s college-rock cult favorites. The new album is due out on limited-edition gold vinyl on Record Store Day, which falls on April 22, and will then be given a full, general release on April 28. In a news release announcing the new album, Mulcahy says: “This record took years off my life to make The war is over. I won.” Mulcahy is expected to do limited touring in support of the album, but first he’ll cap off the Miracle Legion reunion with seven dates on the East and West Coasts in April. Check out those tour dates below, plus the full tracklist for the new album. Tracklist: Mark Mulcahy, The Possum in the Driveway 1. “Stuck on Something Else” 2. “30 Days Away” 3. “I Am the Number 13” 4. “Catching Mice” 5. “The Fiddler” 6. “Hollywood Never Forgives” 7. “Conflicted Interests” 8. “Cross the Street” 9. “They Broke The Spell” 10. “Jimmy” 11. “Geraldine” Miracle Legion tour dates: April 7: Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River, MA April 8: Mass MoCa, North Adams, MA April 20: Boot & Saddle, Philadelphia, PA April 21: Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY April 22: The Ballroom at The Outer Space, Hamden, CT April 28: The Echoplex, Los Angeles, CA April 29: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Pixies to debut new bassist at Mass. warm-up gig with Miracle Legion’s Mark Mulcahy Stream: Miracle Legion’s Mark Mulcahy, ‘She Makes The World Turn Backwards’ ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: ‘120 X-Ray’ segment on Miracle Legion — March 1989 Video: ‘All For The Best: Songs of Mark Mulcahy and Miracle Legion’ preview More...
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    28th March 2017, 02:00 PM
    Long-running British post-punk act Sad Lovers & Giants next month will release a 5-disc box set that’s being billed as the first comprehensive anthology of the group’s music, covering the band’s different lineups through the 1980s and beyond across the set’s 89 tracks. Cherry Red Records will release Where the Light Shines Through 1981-2017 on April 28 in the U.K. The box set includes a disc of singles; a disc covering the band’s original lineup, which recorded 1982’s Epic Garden Music and 1983’s Feeding the Flame; two discs covering the lineup that recorded 1987’s The Mirror Test, 1990’s Headland and 1991’s Treehouse Party; plus a fifth disc of odds and ends, including a John Peel session the band recorded in 1981. Sad Lovers & Giants remains active, having toured North America last year. See full tracklist below. Tracklist: Sad Lovers & Giants, Where the Light Shines Through 1981-2017 DISC 1 Singles: 1. “Imagination” 2. “When I See You” 3. “A Landslide” 4. “Colourless Dream” 5. “Things We Never Did” 6. “Lost In A Moment” 7. “The Tightrope Touch” 8. “Man Of Straw” (7-inch version) 9. “Seven Kinds Of Sin” 10. “White Russians” 11. “The Best Film He Ever Made” 12. “Himalaya” 13. “Happiness Is Fragile” 14. “Alice Isn’t Playing” 15. “Beauty Is Truth” 16. “Biblical Crows” 17. “Like Thieves” DISC 2 The First Line-Up: 1. “Echoplay” 2. “Clocktower Lodge” 3. “Clint” 4. “Lope” 5. “Cloud 9” 6. “Art (By Me)” 7. “Alice Isn’t Playing” 8. “Far From The Sea” 9. “Cowboys” 10. “Big Tracks Little Tracks” 11. “An Another Day” 12. “Sleep (Is For Everyone)” 13. “Vendetta” 14. “Close To The Sea” 15. “Strange Orchard” 16. “Burning Beaches” 17. “Your Skin & Mine” 18. “In Flux” DISC 3 The Second Line-Up – Part I: 1. “Take Seven” 2. “Seven Kinds Of Sin” 3. “The Green Years” 4. “Cuckooland” 5. “A Map Of My World” 6. “Return To Clocktower Lodge” 7. “Wire Lawn” 8. “The Outsider” 9. “Life Under Glass” 10. “Summer & Smoke” 11. “House Of Clouds” 12. “Godless Soul” 13. “Like Thieves” 14. “One Man’s Hell” 15. “Restless” 16. “Alaska” DISC 4 The Second Line-Up – Part II: 1. “It’s Snowing” 2. “My Heart’s On Fire” 3. “Toy Planes (In A Southern Sky)” 4. “Lizard King” 5. “Parachute Of Love” 6. “Christmas On Easter Island” 7. “Criminally Sane” 8. “Jungle Of Lies” 9. “The Sky Is A Glove” 10. “A Daughter” 11. “German Cars” 12. “Submarine Girl” 13. “I’m Not In Love” 14. “Learn” 15. “Melting In The Fullness Of Time” 16. “Red Sky” 17. “Black Crow” DISC 5 Potpourri: 1. “50:50” 2. “The Change” 3. “Take Me Inside” 4. “Interlude” 5. “Echoplay” 6. “A Landslide” 7. “Sex Without Gravity” (John Peel Session) 8. “There Was No Time” (John Peel Session) 9. “Clint” (John Peel Session) 10. “Alice Isn’t Playing” (John Peel Session) 11. “3 Lines” 12. “A Reflected Dream” 13. “Still Restless” 14. “Echoplay” 15. “Things We Never Did” 16. “Sleep (Is For Everyone)” 17. “A Landslide” 18. “Cowboys” 19. “Man Of Straw” 20. “Imagination” 21. “Things We Never Did” (2016 Remix) More...
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    27th March 2017, 08:28 PM
    Reunited British post-punk favorites Modern English have been forced to cancel the 15 remaining dates of their North American tour after guitarist Gary McDowell suffered a medical emergency and underwent surgery in Los Angeles late last week, the band announced today. The group, touring in support of the just-released Take Me to the Trees, had performed multiple shows at South By Southwest, followed by headlining dates in Tucson, Ariz., Phoenix, San Diego and Los Angeles before McDowell fell ill. He underwent surgery Friday, and will remain hospitalized for several days. In a statement, the band added: “All of us, Gary especially, are very sorry to have to announce the sudden cancellation of our Take Me To The Trees U.S. and Canadian dates. This is due to a serious illness and urgent surgery required for our guitarist Gary. Obviously we are very upset and disappointed to have to come to this decision, but without Gary we can’t play any concerts. After recovering from surgery, Gary will be flown home to England for further treatment.” The band says it hopes to rescheduled the shows “when Gary fully recovers.” For now, all tickets will be refunded via point of purchase. Modern English’s new album features original members Robbie Grey, Mick Conroy, Gary McDowell and Stephen Walker. The original lineup, save for drummer Richard Brown, first reunited in 2010, around the time Grey released Soundtrack, which he’d recorded a few years earlier with a different lineup. Below, see the 15 canceled Modern English dates. Modern English tour dates: March 27: Star Theatre, Portland, OR March 28: Neumos, Seattle, WA March 30: Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT March 31: Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO April 2: Recordbar, Kansas City, MO April 3: Off BroadwaySt. Louis, MO April 5: Turf Club, St. Paul, MN April 6: Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL April 7: The Loving Touch, Ferndale, MI April 8: Rex Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA April 10: Rock N Roll Hotel, Washington, D.C. April 11: Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia, PA April 13: Brighton Music Hall, Boston, MA April 14: Rough Trade, Brooklyn, NY April 16: Adelaide Hall, Toronto, ON PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Howard Jones, English Beat, Men Without Hats, Modern English team up for U.S. tour Free MP3: Modern English re-records ‘I Melt With You’ (again), sets short U.S. tour Modern English releases ‘Blister EP,’ sets 8-date North American tour this month Modern English reunites for short North American tour this summer Modern English preps ‘Soundtrack,’ issuing ‘Stop Start’ on CD for first time More...
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    27th March 2017, 07:31 PM
    The 57th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the Finland based ‘cosmic industrial’ act Possible Space. This is... More...
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    27th March 2017, 06:56 PM
    Gabi Delgado and Robert Goren have confirmed that they have recorded a brand new single at the famous Hansa Studios and at the Tritonus Studios in Berlin, Germany. The single was produced by Alex... More...
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    27th March 2017, 06:15 PM
    The German female fronted electro dance outfit Junksista finally returns, not with 1 but with 2 EPs, including one which also sees a release as a very limited MCD version. The first release is... More...
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    27th March 2017, 04:03 PM
                 The Sisters of Mercy remain a fairly reliable touring unit these days, and 2017 is shaping up to be no different. Andrew Eldritch, Doktor Avalanche and the rest of the current lineup are slated to perform at the U.K.’s Beautiful Days Festival this August, followed by September headlining dates in London and Brussels. It’s not known whether more shows are in the offing, or whether Eldritch is making good on his pre-election threat to record a fourth Sisters LP should Donald Trump get elected. See full dates below. The Sisters of Mercy tour dates: Aug. 18: Beautiful Days Festival, Devon, UK Sept. 1: Camden Roundhouse, London, UK Sept. 2: Camden Roundhouse, London, UK Sept. 4: Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: The Mountain Goats wrote a song about Andrew Eldritch of The Sisters of Mercy The Sisters of Mercy announce European tour ahead of U.K. festival appearance ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sisters of Mercy, Sonic Youth, Nitzer Ebb at Reading — 1991 Vintage Video: The Sisters of Mercy in Chicago, 1984 — watch full 50-minute concert ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The Sisters of Mercy’s Andrew Eldritch talks to Dave Kendall — 1990 More...
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    27th March 2017, 02:49 PM
    As we reported a few weeks back, former Bauhaus frontman Peter Murphy will perform a 15-night residency at The Chapel in San Francisco in June and July, performing “a retrospective of his greatest solo albums in their entirety” over the course of the run. We’re happy to announce today that the venue has provided us with a pair of tickets to the first night of that residency to award to a lucky Slicing Up Eyeballs reader. The winner of this contest will receive two (2) tickets to see Murphy perform his 1986 solo debut Should the World Fail to Fall Apart at The Chapel in San Francisco on June 20. TO ENTER: In the comments section below, name your favorite Peter Murphy solo album, and let us know why you think it’s so great. If you’re using the Slicing Up Eyeballs app, please email your entry to info@slicingupeyeballs.com with the subject line “PETER MURPHY SF TIX.” RULES: We’ll take entries until 5 p.m. EDT Wednesday, May 31. After that point, we’ll select a winner at random, who will be notified via their provided e-mail addresses. Important: If the winner does not reply to their notification email within 72 hours, a new winner will be drawn (hey, it happens). One entry per person. Good luck, and godspeed. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Peter Murphy to perform ‘his greatest solo albums’ at 15-night San Francisco residency Peter Murphy to release ‘Bare-Boned and Sacred’ live album from stripped-down tour Peter Murphy debuts ‘Hang Up’ — pounding lead single off Youth-produced ‘Lion’ Peter Murphy’s new album ‘Lion’ arrives in June following Record Store Day preview More...
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    27th March 2017, 12:53 PM
                 Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. WireRELEASE: Silver/Lead BACKSTORY: The post-punk legends this week release their 15th album, part of this year’s 40th anniversary celebrations. The album’s out in the U.K. today, and digitally in the U.S., but the U.S. physical release isn’t until April 7. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes Aimee MannRELEASE: Mental Illness BACKSTORY: The former Til Tuesday singer this week releases her first new solo album in five years, featuring tracks such as “Goose Snow Cone,” “You Never Loved Me,” “Lies of Summer, “Philly Sinks” and more. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes Big CountryRELEASE: Wonderland: The Essential Big Country BACKSTORY: New 3CD best-of out in the U.K. this week collects 47 tracks from the Scottish rockers, including “In a Big Country,” “Chance,” “Fields of Fire (400 Miles),” “East of Eden” and more. BUY: Amazon.co.uk The VibratorsRELEASE: The Epic Years: 1976-78 BACKSTORY: Cherry Red this week releases, in the U.K., a 4CD box set featuring all of the punk act’s recordings for Epic Records between 1976 and1978, including sessions for the BBC’s legendary John Peel. BUY: Amazon.co.uk PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS New releases: The Jesus and Mary Chain, Erasure, The Residents, A Flock of Seagulls New releases: Depeche Mode’s ‘Spirit,’ Lloyd Cole box set, CJ Ramone solo album New releases: Kitchens of Distinction, Peter Murphy, Marc Almond, Paul Weller and more New releases: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Colin Hay New releases: Modern English, The Feelies return — plus David Bowie, Paul Weller More...
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    27th March 2017, 05:38 AM
    “Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EDT every Sunday on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave (Channel 33). The most recent two episodes also are available via Sirius XM’s On Demand service for online subscribers. HOUR 1 The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Blues From a Gun” (Automatic) The Cure, “One Hundred Years” (Pornography) Revolting Cocks, “Razor’s Edge” (Beers, Steers + Queers) The Human League, “Being Boiled” (Peel Session) (BBC Radio 1 Peel Sessions) Xmal Deutschland, “Incubus Succubus II” (Tocsin) The The, “Kingdom of Rain” (Mind Bomb) Echo & The Bunnymen, “Paint It, Black” (Live) (Crystal Days 1979-1999) Mussolini Headkick, “Your God is Dead” (Themes for Violent Retribution) The Stranglers, “Tank” (The Old Testament) Love and Rockets, “Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven” (Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven) Trent Reznor and Peter Murphy, “Reptile” (Live in Boston) Wire, “Kidney Bingos” (A Bell Is a Cup Until It Is Struck) Southern Death Cult, “Moya” (The Southern Death Cult) HOUR 2 The Wedding Present, “Brassneck” (Bizarro) Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “Hollow Eyes’ (The Very Best Of) Ministry, “Stigmata” (The Land of Rape and Honey) John Foxx, “Europe After the Rain” (Modern Art) Shriekback, “Malaria” (Oil & Gold) The Danse Society, “Women’s Own” (Seduction) Pigface, “I Can Do No Wrong” (Fook) My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, “And This is What the Devil Does” (I See Good Spirits…) Tones on Tail, “Burning Skies” (Weird Pop) The Smiths, “Still Ill” (The Smiths) Robert Smith, “Small Hours” (Johnny Boy Would Love This: A Tribute to John Martyn) Joy Division, “Warsaw” (Heart and Soul) Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Trophy” (Kaleidoscope) HOUR 3 The Sisters of Mercy, “Emma” (Floodland) Nitzer Ebb, “Warsaw Ghetto” (Body of Work 1984-1997) The Armoury Show, “Castles in Spain” (Waiting for the Floods) Depeche Mode, “Sea of Sin” (Tonal Mix) (Violator) Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “Train Long Suffering” (The Firstborn is Dead) The Mission, “Wishing Well” (Live) (The First Chapter: Live) T.S.O.L., “Colors (Take Me Away)” (Revenge) Theatre of Hate, “Propaganda” (The Singles Collection) Secession, “Sneakyville” (Extended Mix) (A Dark Enchantment) Front 242, “Operating Tracks” (Geography) The Neon Judgement, “TV Treated” (TV Treated) The Teardrop Explodes, “Treason” (Kilimanjaro) Bauhaus, “Silent Hedges” (The Sky’s Gone Out) ESG, “Moody (Cut Down)” (Bustin’ Out) The Sun and the Moon, “Peace In Our Time” (The Sun and the Moon) The Creatures, “Dancing on Glass” (A Bestiary Of) Killing Joke, “Eighties” (Live) (BBC In Concert) Requests for next week? Please leave them in the comments below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/19/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/12/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (3/5/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (2/26/17) More...
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    25th March 2017, 04:51 PM
    (By our Norwegian correspondent Jan Ronald Stange) Langsomt Mot Nord (Slowly Toward (the) North/Slowly Northward, LMN) was a Norwegian synth/folk project that released three albums between 1985 and... More...
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    24th March 2017, 08:40 PM
    Jesus Complex, the electro-industrial project of Damon Fries, guitarist in Boudoir and live soundman of pioneering electronic group Clan Of Xymox, is back with a 3rd album called “Live A Little... More...
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    24th March 2017, 02:27 PM
    For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we’ve dug up this segment from a 1991 episode that finds host Dave Kendall interviewing Illinois indie rockers Poster Children while they’re in New York City for the CMJ New Music Seminar. They talk about that experience and more, and the interview is followed by the video for “If You See Kay” off Daisychain Reaction. Check out the clip below via uploader kidofallkids. xx PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Watch most of a Kevin Seal-hosted episode from Sept. 27, 1987 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Hardcore legends Bad Brains go under the ‘120 X-Ray’ — 1990 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Dinosaur Jr goes looking for a new bass player via fax — 1991 More...
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    23rd March 2017, 08:39 PM
    The 56th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the Russian synthpop act Pegasus Asteroid. Pegasus Asteroid is a synthpop duo from... More...
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    23rd March 2017, 08:01 PM
    The young label Insane Records has added a newcomer to its roster: the Chilean solo project Distoxia. Distoxia was formed in Concepcion, Chile, in 2012. The band has a sound that is close to the... More...
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    23rd March 2017, 08:01 PM
    Are you tired of the job you are currently doing? If this is the case, you should look for a different career path. Life is too short to wake up every day and go to a job that does not leave you... More...
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    23rd March 2017, 07:31 PM
    The 8th instalment in the Electrostorm electro-sampler-series will be released in early May. This new volume will hold 17 tracks by the following bands: Hocico, Combichrist, Agonoize, Dive, Too Dead... More...
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