• Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    30th May 2017, 12:51 AM
                 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark today premiered the first official single off their upcoming album The Punishment of Luxury, a soaring, classic-sounding single called “Isotype” that will be released digitally tomorrow and will be issued on 12-inch vinyl as well. The new album — the group’s first record since 2013’s English Electric — is due out Sept. 1 via White Noise Records. The group had teased the record with the track “La Mitrailleuse,” but “Isotype” is the first proper single. Pre-orders are now up through OMD’s site for the album and single. Hear it below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS OMD announces ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ album, tour — hear first new song off record OMD’s ‘Junk Culture’ reissue to include B-sides, remixes, 5 unreleased tracks Premiere: OMD, ‘Night Café’ (Vile Electrodes ‘B-Side the C-Side’ Remix) OMD cancels rest of 2013 concerts after Malcolm Holmes suffers medical emergency Video: OMD performs ‘Dresden,’ ‘Enola Gay’ on BBC’s ‘Later… with Jools Holland’ More...
    0 replies | 4 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    30th May 2017, 12:14 AM
                 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. U2RELEASE: The Joshua Tree: 30th Anniversary Edition BACKSTORY: U2’s massive 1987 album gets a massive multi-format reissue this week in the following formats: 7LP Vinyl Super Deluxe Box Set, 4-disc Super Deluxe CD Box Set, 2-disc Deluxe CD Edition and more. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, PledgeMusic, iTunes Bob Marley & The WailersRELEASE: Exodus 40 BACKSTORY: Bob Marley’s classic album receives a 40th anniversary reissue this week in a variety of formats with a variety of bonus material, including a live set and a “restatement” of the album by Ziggy Marley. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, PledgeMusic, iTunes ErasureRELEASE: Love You to the Sky EP  BACKSTORY: Andy Bell and Vince Clarke this week release an 8-song remix EP of the lead-off single from their recently released 17th studio album, World Be Gone. Includes non-album B-side “Nothing I Could Say.” BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS New releases: Box sets from Kraftwerk and Midnight Oil, new The Charlatans album New releases: Erasure’s ‘World Be Gone,’ plus ‘Singles’ soundtrack, Buffalo Tom, Haircut 100 New releases: Paul Weller’s ‘A Kind Revolution,’ plus The Mission, David Bowie reissues New releases: Robyn Hitchcock’s new self-titled album, plus Big Star’s ‘Third’ live More...
    0 replies | 4 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    29th May 2017, 07:42 PM
    Funny stick cleaning action by our colleagues from Storming The Base. The leading industrial mail-order is cleaning its stocks with a very cool action, namely: pay a bit of money and get a lot of CDs... More...
    0 replies | 2 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    29th May 2017, 06:55 PM
    Out now is the video for the classic DAF track “Der Mussolini” which for the occasion has been remixed by Giorgio Moroder and Denis Naidanow. And sorry to say, we are honestly not... More...
    0 replies | 4 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    29th May 2017, 06:17 PM
    Last year Alfa Matrix released the download studio album “Coward Philosophy” by the Belgian cult dark electro act Mildreda via Bandcamp. What resulted was quite extraordinary, the download release... More...
    0 replies | 2 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    29th May 2017, 05:44 PM
    A few days ago we announced that you could listen to a superb free remix by Apoptygma Berzerk of the Mortiis track “Sins of Mine”. Good news, that remix is now available as a free... More...
    0 replies | 4 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    29th May 2017, 05:50 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. Pictured: Alien Sex Fiend HOUR 1 The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Her Way of Praying” (Automatic) Bauhaus, “The Sanity Assassin” (Burning From the Inside) The Cult, “Love” (Love) Cocteau Twins, “Pandora” (Treasure) The Danse Society, “Somewhere” (Seduction) New Order, “Age of Consent” (Power, Corruption & Lies) The Smiths, “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” (The Queen is Dead) The Fall, “Barmy” (This Nation’s Saving Grace) The Chameleons, “Singing Rule Britannia” (What Does Anything Mean? Basically) The Sisters of Mercy, “More” (Vision Thing) Ministry, “Never Believe” (The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste) Switchblade Symphony, “Gutter Glitter” (Switchblade Symphony) Killing Joke, “Victory” (Brighter Than a Thousand Suns) HOUR 2 Depeche Mode, “Lie to Me” (Some Great Reward) Nitzer Ebb, “I Give To You” (Ebbhead) Ian McCulloch, “Lover Loveer Lover” (Mysterio) Adam and the Ants, “Deutscher Girls” (Peel Session) (BBC Radio 1 Peel Sessions) Tones on Tail, “Twist” (Everything!) Presence, “Act of Faith” (Inside) Trisomie 21, “Le Fete Triste” (Live) (Rendez-vous en France) Christian Death, “Romeo’s Distress” (Only Theatre of Pain) The Cure, “The Big Hand” (Join the Dots) The Mission, “Like a Hurricane” (Extended Mix) (The First Chapter) Laibach, “How the West Was One” (Opus Dei) Alien Sex Fiend, “E.S.T. (Trip to the Moon)” (Acid Bath) HOUR 3 Love and Rockets, “It Could Be Sunshine” (Express) Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Cities in Dust” (Tinderbox) The Sugarcubes, “Delicious Demon” (Life’s Too Good) Echo & The Bunnymen, “Pictures on My Wall” (Crocodiles) Kate Bush, “Oh England My Lionheart” (Lionheart) Joy Division, “Sound of Music” (Peel Session) (Peel Sessions) The Wild Swans, “Young Manhood” (Bringing Home the Ashes) The Damned, “Grimly Fiendish” (Phantasmagoria) Wire, “Ahead” (The Ideal Copy) Sad Lovers and Giants, “Things We Never Did” (Epic Garden Music) Gary Numan, “You Walk In My Soul” (Sacrifice) Clan of Xymox, “The Same Dream” (Notes From the Underground) Pailhead, “I Will Refuse” (12-Inch Version) (Side Trax) Modern English, “Mesh & Lace” (Mesh & Lace) The Assembly, “Never Never” (Never Never) 999, “Homicide” (Separates) Peter Murphy, “Marlene Dietrich’s Favourite Poem” (Deep) 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 (5/21/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/14/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/7/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/30/17) More...
    0 replies | 9 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    26th May 2017, 05:49 PM
    For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we flash back to 1991 for this segment from a stop on the first Lollapalooza tour, which finds host Dave Kendall chatting up Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Richard Patrick (who’d go on to front Filter). Kendall asks Reznor if industrial music is on the verge of mainstream popularity, and Reznor replies, “Whether or not it’s going to be the new big thing, I don’t know.” While industrial music as a genre never really broke big, NIN, of course, would in a huge way with The Downward Spiral. Watch it below via uploader Thermal Detonator TV. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Kurt Loder puts Social Distortion under the ‘120 X-Ray’ in 1990 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Dave Kendall eulogizes The Smiths following band’s 1987 break-up ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Red Hot Chili Peppers light up the ‘120 X-Ray’ in 1989 More...
    0 replies | 48 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    25th May 2017, 06:12 PM
    Out on September 9 via White Noise Records is the newest Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) album “The Punishment Of Luxury”. The announcement is accompanied by the very beautifully... More...
    0 replies | 24 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    25th May 2017, 05:01 PM
    Morrissey’s recent Facebook status update (see below) on the Manchester terrorist attack by islamic extremists has caused a huge uproar on the social media platform. In the status update the... More...
    0 replies | 30 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    25th May 2017, 04:25 PM
    “Watch Your Sex” / “No Way Back” is the brand new 2-track single by Sweden’s most popular EBM export product Pouppée Fabrikk which can be downloaded now via Bandcamp.... More...
    0 replies | 23 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    25th May 2017, 01:53 PM
    For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we once again revisit the East German TV show “Rockpalast” for this 70-minute performance by famed West German industrial act Einstürzende Neubauten that was filmed in 1990, just a few months after German reunification. Check out the full 16-song performance below via ssancchezz. Setlist: Einstürzende Neubauten, Rockpalast Festival, Philpshalle, Dusseldorf, Germany, 11/24/90 1. “Prolog” 2. “Feurio” 3. “Der Tod ist ein Dandy” 4. “Sehnsucht” 5. “Armenia” 6. “Yü-Gung (Fütter Mein Ego)” 7. “Zerstörte Zelle” 8. “Trinklied” 9. “Ich Bin’s” 10. “Ein Stuhl in der Hölle” 11. “Der Kuß” 12. “Haus der Lüge / Epilog” 13. “Kein Bestandteil Sein” 14. “Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T.” 15. “Sand” 16. “Ich Bin Das Letzte Biest (am Himmel)” PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Vintage Video: The Dead Milkmen make a mess of ‘Club MTV.’ Wubba, wubba, wubba Vintage Video: Hoodoo Gurus tear through ‘Stoneage Romeos’-era set in Sydney in 1984 Vintage Video: INXS hits early career heights with 90-minute ‘Rockpalast’ set in 1984 Vintage Video: Watch Public Image Ltd.’s VHS-only ‘Anarchy Movie 85’ concert film Vintage Video: Watch 30 minutes of The Cure’s rehearsals for The Prayer Tour in 1989 More...
    0 replies | 8 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    0 replies | 19 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    24th May 2017, 06:41 PM
    “Reassuring Pinches” is the first single from Alison Moyet’s new album, “Other”, which will be out 16th June 2017. The album can already be pre-ordered on vinyl or CD.... More...
    0 replies | 13 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    24th May 2017, 01:02 PM
    Reunited indie-pop outfit The Primitives have released a new four-song EP titled New Thrills, and will help promote it later this month with a pair of U.K. shows in London and Manchester followed, in early June, by a trio or rare U.S. dates. The group, which only has performed in the U.S. a couple times since reuniting in 2010, is set to play SF PopFest in San Francisco on June 2, followed by Los Angeles on June 4 and San Diego on June 6. The Primitives already have released New Thrills via streaming services, and a 12-vinyl edition is due out in the U.K. on May 29. Since reuniting, the group — featuring original members Tracy Tracy and Paul Court, plus longtime drummer Tig Williams — has released a covers record and new studio album. Below, stream the new EP, and see the group’s tour dates. The Primitives tour dates: May 26: 229, London, UK May 27: Gigantic All-Dayer, Academy, Manchester, UK June 2: SF PopFest, Brick & Mortar, San Francisco, CA, USA June 4: Echoplex, Los Angeles, CA, USA June 6: The Hideout, San Diego, CA, USA PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS The Primitives to reissue debut album ‘Lovely’ as 2CD set, play 25th anniversary gigs Video: The Primitives, ‘Lose the Reason’ — brand-new single out today The Primitives’ ‘Everything’s Shining Bright’ to feature early singles, ‘lost’ album, live set Video: The Primitives, ‘You Trashed My Christmas’ — new track off holiday comp More...
    0 replies | 20 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    24th May 2017, 01:02 PM
    U.K. post-punk warriors Wire stopped by the Seattle studios of KEXP radio in early April during a short West Coast swing in support of their 15th studio album, Silver/Lead, to perform a four-song on-air session and chat with host Stevie Zoom. The band played three songs off its new album — “Diamonds in Cups,” “Playing Harp for the Fishes” and “Short Elevated Period” — plus “The Art of Assistance,” which Colin Newman described as being “fairly obscure within Wire’s catalog, having never been released on a proper album.” Wire returns to the U.S. this September during its 13-date North American tour. Watch the full KEXP session below. Setlist: Wire, KEXP studios, Seattle, WA, 4/6/17 1. “Diamonds In Cups” 2. “The Art Of Assistance” 3. “Playing Harp for the Fishes” 4. “Short Elevated Period” PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Wire to head out on North American tour in support of ‘Silver/Lead’ this September Wire marks 40th anniversary with new album ‘Silver/Lead’ — hear ‘Short Elevated Period’ Wire announces self-titled 13th album, plus U.S. and U.K. tours — stream new track now Wire streams new album ‘Change Becomes Us,’ announces U.S. tour dates More...
    0 replies | 14 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    23rd May 2017, 02:14 PM
    Photo via Echo & The Bunnymen’s Instagram Musicians and fans from around the world are standing in solidarity today with the people of Manchester, site of an Islamic State-claimed suicide bombing that killed at least 22 fans leaving an Ariana Grande arena concert last night. Not surprisingly, some of that city’s most famed musicians — including Johnny Marr of The Smiths and Peter Hook of Joy Division and New Order — have raised their voices, as well. (Hook reports his daughter attended the concert, and made it home safely.) Manchester, no doubt, has a special place in the heart of the music fans who read this site, and we at Slicing Up Eyeballs extend our deepest condolences to anyone affected by this horrendous attack. Below we’ve rounded up reaction to the bombing, via Twitter, from musicians including Alison Moyet, Robyn Hitchcock, The Waterboys’ Mike Scott, Midge Ure, Pet Shop Boys and more. Manchester stands together. — Johnny Marr (@Johnny_Marr) May 23, 2017 My daughter made it home safe from Ariana Grande last night. My heart goes out to all parents & those involved. Manchester stay strong. X — Peter Hook (@peterhook) May 23, 2017 Our hearts go out to the victims and their families affected #WeStandTogether #Manchester pic.twitter.com/bmK5mklA2d — Joy Division (@joydivision) May 23, 2017 Our hearts go out to the victims and their families affected #WeStandTogether #Manchester — New Order (@neworder) May 23, 2017 Grieving for Manchester and for all the victims of this savage attack last night. Love, Neil and Chris xx — Pet Shop Boys (@petshopboys) May 23, 2017 22 music loving children gone in Manchester. Obscene and cowardly in the extreme. My heart goes out to all the friends and families affected — midge ure (@midgeure1) May 23, 2017 There are no words. Sickening and sadness and evil don’t begin to express feelings. Thoughts of Manchester today and for all lost. — Marc Almond (@MarcAlmond) May 23, 2017 Much Prayer and Godspeed to Manchester UK. . A place and people I long HAVE considered as ‘homefolk’ in my many visits there of support … — Chuck D (@MrChuckD) May 23, 2017 To great Manchester friends I’m thinking of you. The taking of these precious lives breaks my heart. Your great Manchester spirit will win. — Howard Jones (@howardjones) May 23, 2017 #Manchester gutted! What a cowardly act; thoughts are with all the people in this wonderful city. — Horace Panter (@horacepanterart) May 23, 2017 Sending love to the families and children of Manchester effected in last night’s cynical and violent attack stay strong Manchester More...
    0 replies | 33 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    23rd May 2017, 02:05 AM
                 Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins continue to expand their inaugural U.S. tour as Poptone — which performs a Tones on Tail-heavy set, along with music by Bauhaus and Love and Rockets — with the addition today of much-anticipated East Coast dates in August. RELATED: Poptone to release live album following debut U.S. tour Poptone — which also features Haskins’ daughter Diva Dompe, formerly of Blackblack, on bass — is about two weeks into its U.S. tour, which began on the West Coast and has been heading east, with previously announced dates running up until July 9 in Chicago. The band today unveiled seven August dates on the East Coast, including shows in New York City and Boston. Plus, there’s a newly announced concert in July in St. Louis, Mo., and the group has postponed a planned June 4 date in Vancouver in favor of a second Portland concert (a make-up date is expected). The group’s tour resumes next week in Santa Cruz, Calif. Check out the full itinerary below. Poptone tour dates: May 30: Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz, CA May 31: Strummer’s, Fresno, CA June 2: Neptune, Theatre, Seattle, WA June 3: Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR June 4: Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR June 4: Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, BC June 6: Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA June 7: Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA June 21: The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT June 22: Gothic Theatre, Englewood, CO June 23: Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO June 25: Madrid Theatre, Kansas City, MO July 6: Delmar Hall, St. Louis, MO July 8: First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN July 9: Metro, Chicago, IL Aug. 3: The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, N.J. Aug. 4: The Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA Aug. 5: Irving Plaza, New York, NY Aug. 8: Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA Aug. 10: The Ballroom at The Outer Space, Hamden, CT Aug. 11: Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD Aug. 12: The National, Richmond, VA PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Poptone — featuring Bauhaus’ Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins — to release live album Poptone resurrects Tones on Tail, Love and Rockets catalog in live debut — setlist, video Poptone — featuring Bauhaus’ Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins — expands U.S. tour First look at Tones on Tail-heavy setlist from Poptone featuring Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins Poptone — featuring Bauhaus’ Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins — announces first tour dates Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins reunite as Poptone, will resurrect old bands’ music on U.S. tour More...
    0 replies | 47 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 07:26 PM
    Germany famous electro/EBM DJ, 54-year old DJ HELL, returns with a fresh album in mid-June. “Zukunftsmusik” is his 5th studio album to date and you can check out the track “I Want U... More...
    0 replies | 31 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 06:40 PM
    Out in early July is the brand new Diverje release “We still remain”. The release is the band’s 10th album so far for this dark electro US act. The CD offers 12 brand new tracks... More...
    0 replies | 23 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 06:40 PM
    The young label Lightarmour Editions has a brand new release out: the new album by the Australian cult electronic outfit Crimson Boy aka Vince Valentini and Andy Brown. ”Street Gods and Neon... More...
    0 replies | 30 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 02:02 PM
    Seeing as we’ve just unveiled the results of the Slicing Up Eyeballs readers poll that ranked all 225 original, officially released songs by The Cure, it seemed fitting to slap together a Spotify playlist. Unfortunately, there were 16 songs, out of that total list of 225, that aren’t on the streaming service, so this 15 hour, 32 minute mix of Robert Smith goodness will have to do. RELATED: The absolute best of The Cure: All 225 songs ranked by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers Check out the playlist (and list of missing tracks) below, or just head over to Spotify and get an earful. So what’s missing? The following songs on our ranked Cure countdown aren’t on Spotify: 17. “Killing an Arab” 111. “Without You” 162. “The Promise” 177. “Going Nowhere” 191. “Spilt Milk” 192. “Tape” 197. “Cloudberry” 202. “Truth, Goodness and Beauty” 206. “Uyea Sound” 212. “Off to Sleep…” 214. “Your God is Fear” 217. “Down Under” (TIE) 217. “The Three Sisters” (TIE) 223. “All Kinds of Stuff” (TIE) 223. “NY Trip” (TIE) 225. “Why Can’t I Be Me?” PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Watch: The Church’s Steve Kilbey covers The Cure classics ‘Pictures of You,’ ‘Love Song’ Vintage Video: Watch 30 minutes of The Cure’s rehearsals for The Prayer Tour in 1989 The Cure preparing ‘Greatest Hits,’ ‘Acoustic Hits’ vinyl picture discs for Record Store Day Lost wishes: 7 things The Cure’s Robert Smith promised to release this decade, but hasn’t The Cure’s Lol Tolhurst and Pearl Thompson reunite in the recording studio More...
    0 replies | 35 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 01:24 PM
    Time’s up, pencils down. Voting’s over, and the results are in. With more than 100,000 votes cast — 101,336 to be exact — it’s time to reveal Slicing Up Eyeballs readers’ rankings of all 225 original songs officially released by The Cure over the past four decades. A quick refresher: We asked readers to vote for up to 25 of their favorite songs by Robert Smith and his various incarnations of The Cure, choosing from a ballot that listed 224 (yes, missing one) singles, B-sides, album tracks, EP cuts and songs form compilations. Not included: live recordings, covers and remixes, plus alternate takes and demos, even if they were officially released. The full results are presented below, a list that ranks The Cure’s output from 1978 to 2008 (the band has released no new original music since then), and shows off the impressive breadth of Smith’s songwriting and the myriad styles the band adopted over the years, from downcast guitar dirges to pure, sweet pop. Fun fact: The No. 1 and No. 2 songs, after earning nearly 3,000 votes apiece, were separated by a single vote. The song that finished second was leading the way for much of the balloting, then the two switched positions near the end, and flipped back and forth a few more times before the poll closed. And, finally, about that 224/225 discrepancy. We were pretty sure our ballot was complete, but while reviewing the results, realized we’d omitted one B-side from the 2004 self-titled album. Someone, however, had cast a lone vote for that song as a write-in, so it appears as the 225th and final entry on this list. Anyway, thank you all so much for participating. And now, the results: THE ABSOLUTE BEST OF THE CURE: ALL 225 SONGS, RANKED 1. “A Forest” Single; appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 2,984 votes 2. “Just Like Heaven”Single; appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 2,983 votes 3. “Inbetween Days” Single; appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 2,837 votes 4. “Pictures of You” Single; appears on Disintegration (1989) | 2,743 votes 5. “Boys Don’t Cry” Non-album single (1979) | 2,420 votes 6. “Charlotte Sometimes” Non-album single (1981) | 2,410 votes 7. “Fascination Street” Single; appears on Disintegration (1989) | 2,398 votes 8. “Disintegration” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 2,251 votes 9. “Close to Me” Single; appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 2,068 votes 10. “A Night Like This” Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 2,061 votes 11. “Lovesong” Single; appears on Disintegration (1989) | 1,921 votes 12. “The Love Cats” Non-album single (1983) | 1,866 votes 13. “Plainsong” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 1,751 votes 14. “Jumping Someone Else’s Train” Non-album single (1979) | 1,645 votes 15. “Why Can’t I Be You?” Single; appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 1,611 votes 16. “Let’s Go to Bed” Non-album single (1982) | 1,589 votes 17. “Killing an Arab” Non-album single (1978) | 1,562 votes 18. “10:15 Saturday Night” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 1,546 votes 19. “Lullaby” Single; appears on Disintegration (1989) | 1,523 votes 20. “A Letter to Elise”Single; appears on Wish (1992) | 1,477 votes 21. “One Hundred Years” Appears on Pornography (1982) | 1,437 votes 22. “The Caterpillar” Single; appears on The Top (1984) | 1,362 votes 23. “From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea” Appears on Wish (1992) | 1,359 votes 24. “The Hanging Garden” Single; appears on Pornography (1982) | 1,355 votes 25. “A Strange Day” Appears on Pornography (1982) | 1,338 votes 26. “Friday I’m in Love” Single; appears on Wish (1992) | 1245 votes 27. “Primary” Single; appears on Faith (1981) | 1,215 votes 28. “Push”Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 1,191 votes 29. “Play for Today” Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 1,171 votes 30. “Prayers for Rain” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 1,103 votes 31. “The Walk” Non-album single (1983) | 1,094 votes 32. “Hot Hot Hot!!!” Single; appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 1,077 votes 33. “Catch” Single; appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 1,014 votes 34. “The Same Deep Water as You” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 993 votes 35. “How Beautiful You Are” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 974 votes 36. “Never Enough” Single; appears on Mixed Up (1990) | 953 votes 37. “Faith” Appears on Faith (1981) | 930 votes 38. “All Cats Are Grey” Appears on Faith (1981) | 874 votes 39. “Shake Dog Shake” Appears on The Top (1984) | 871 votes 40. “Three Imaginary Boys”Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 838 votes 41. “Six Different Ways”Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 835 votes 42. “The Kiss” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 816 votes 43. “If Only Tonight We Could Sleep” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 815 votes 44. “Burn” Appears on The Crow: Original Soundtrack (1994) | 804 votes 45. “Fire in Cairo” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 760 votes 46. “High” Single; appears on Wish (1992) | 732 votes 47. “Kyoto Song” Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 716 votes 48. “Like Cockatoos” (TIE)Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 663 votes 48. “The Figurehead” (TIE)Appears on Pornography (1982) | 663 votes 50. “M”Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 636 votes 51. “Pornography” Appears on Pornography (1982) | 588 votes 52. “Untitled” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 574 votes 53. “Seventeen Seconds” Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 563 votes 54. “Other Voices” Appears on Faith (1981) | 558 votes 55. “Closedown” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 536 votes 56. “The Exploding Boy” B-side of “Inbetween Days” (1985) | 535 votes 57. “Sinking” Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 531 votes 58. “The Funeral Party” Appears on Faith (1981) | 524 votes 59. “To Wish Impossible Things” Appears on Wish (1992) | 508 votes 60. “Doing the Unstuck” Appears on Wish (1992) | 505 votes 61. “This Twilight Garden”B-side of “High” (1992) | 493 votes 62. “Siamese Twins” Appears on Pornography (1982) | 488 votes 63. “The Drowning Man” Appears on Faith (1981) | 461 votes 64. “All I Want”Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 453 votes 65. “A Few Hours After This” B-side of “Inbetween Days” (1985) | 441 votes 66. “Just One Kiss” B-side of “Let’s Go to Bed” (1982) | 440 votes 67. “Open” Appears on Wish (1992) | 434 votes 68. “2 Late” B-side of “Lovesong” (1989) | 425 votes 69. “Cold” Appears on Pornography (1982) | 398 votes 70. “Grinding Halt” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 398 votes 71. “Last Dance” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 380 votes 72. “Bloodflowers” (TIE) Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 376 votes 72. “Lament” (TIE)B-side of “The Walk” (1983) | 376 votes 74. “The Blood” Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 370 votes 75. “Harold and Joe” B-side of “Never Enough” (1990) | 367 votes 76. “A Thousand Hours” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 351 votes 77. “Homesick” Appears on Disintegration (1989) | 350 votes 78. “Piggy in the Mirror” Appears on The Top (1984) | 349 votes 79. “A Short Term Effect”Appears on Pornography (1982) | 338 votes 80. “At Night” (TIE)Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 334 votes 80. “The Perfect Girl” (TIE)Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 334 votes 82. “Mint Car” Single; appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 320 votes 83. “Want” Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 318 votes 84. “The Upstairs Room” B-side of “The Walk” (1983) | 312 votes 85. “Apart” Appears on Wish (1992) | 302 votes 86. “Maybe Someday”Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 301 votes 87. “One More Time”Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 298 votes 88. “A Chain of Flowers” B-side of “Catch”/”Just Like Heaven” (1987) | 296 votes 89. “The Baby Screams” Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 292 votes 90. “Trust” Appears on Wish (1992) | 283 votes 91. “In Your House” Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 277 votes 92. “End”Appears on Wish (1992) | 269 votes 93. “The Holy Hour” Appears on Faith (1981) | 266 votes 94. “Birdmad Girl”Appears on The Top (1984) | 265 votes 95. “Underneath the Stars” Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 264 votes 96. “Bananafishbones” Appears on The Top (1984) | 255 votes 97. “Jupiter Crash” Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 253 votes 98. “Screw” Appears on The Head on the Door (1985) | 245 votes 99. “Cut Here”Single; appears on Greatest Hits (2001) | 241 votes 100. “The Last Day of Summer” (TIE) Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 238 votes 100. “Wrong Number” (TIE) Single; appears on Galore (1997) | 238 votes 102. “Fear of Ghosts”B-side of “Lovesong” (1989) | 234 votes 103. “Hey You!!!” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 230 votes 104. “A Man Inside My Mouth” (TIE) B-side of “Close To Me” (1985) | 223 votes 104. “To the Sky” (TIE) Appears on Stranger Than Fiction (1989) | 223 votes 106. “Dressing Up” Appears on The Top (1984) | 221 votes 107. “The Big Hand”Single; appears on Wish (1992) | 216 votes 108. “Shiver and Shake” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 213 votes 109. “Halo” B-side of “Friday I’m in Love” (1992) | 209 votes 110. “The Top” Appears on The Top (1984) | 204 votes 111. “Without You” B-side of “The Perfect Boy” (2008) | 202 votes 112. “Give Me It” Appears on The Top (1984) | 197 votes 113. “Strange Attraction” Single; appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 196 votes 114. “A Japanese Dream” B-side of “Why Can’t I Be You?” (1987) | 195 votes 115. “Accuracy”Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 188 votes 116. “Breathe” B-side of “Catch”/”Just Like Heaven” (1987) | 187 votes 117. “Plastic Passion” B-side of “Boys Don’t Cry” (1979) | 184 votes 118. “Out of This World” (TIE)Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 177 votes 118. “The Snakepit” (TIE)Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 177 votes 120. “More Than This” Appears on The X-Files: The Album (1998) | 176 votes 121. “Cut” (TIE) Appears on Wish (1992) | 165 votes 121. “Mr. Pink Eyes” (TIE)B-side of “The Love Cats” (1983) | 165 votes 123. “Torture” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 164 votes 124. “Another Journey By Train” (TIE) B-side of “A Forest” (1980) | 149 votes 124. “Watching Me Fall” (TIE) Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 149 votes 126. “Icing Sugar” Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 147 votes 127. “Secrets”Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 141 votes 128. “The End of the World” Single; appears on The Cure (2004) | 139 votes 129. “Fight” (TIE) Appears on Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987) | 132 votes 129. “I’m Cold” (TIE) B-side of “Jumping Someone Else’s Train” (1979) | 132 votes 131. “Happy the Man”B-side of “The Caterpillar” (1984) | 131 votes 132. “The 13th”Single; appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 129 votes 133. “Carnage Visors” Appears on Faith cassette (1981) | 123 votes 134. “New Day” (TIE) Appears on Half an Octopuss/Quadpus (1985) | 111 votes 134. “Snow in Summer” (TIE)B-side of “Just Like Heaven” (1987) | 111 votes 134. “Speak My Language” (TIE) B-side of “The Love Cats” (1983) | 111 votes 137. “Subway Song” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 105 votes 138. “There Is No If…” Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 104 votes 139. “The Hungry Ghost” Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 101 votes 140. “Throw Your Foot” B-side of “The Caterpillar” (1984) | 100 votes 141. “Wendy Time” Appears on Wish (1992) | 95 votes 142. “alt.end” (TIE)Single; appears on The Cure (2004) | 93 votes 142. “Treasure” (TIE) Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 93 votes 144. “This Is a Lie” Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 90 votes 145. “Wailing Wall” Appears on The Top (1984) | 89 votes 146. “The Loudest Sound” Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 85 votes 147. “39” (TIE) Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 84 votes 147. “Babble” (TIE) B-side of “Lullaby”/”Fascination Street” (1989) | 84 votes 147. “It Used to Be Me” (TIE) B-side of “The 13th” (1996) | 84 votes 150. “Gone!” (TIE)Single; appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 83 votes 150. “Stop Dead” (TIE) B-side of “Close To Me” (1985) | 83 votes 150. “Where the Birds Always Sing” (TIE) Appears on Bloodflowers (2000) | 83 votes 153. “A Foolish Arrangement” B-side of “A Letter to Elise” (1992) | 82 votes 154. “The Empty World” Appears on The Top (1984) | 81 votes 155. “So What” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 80 votes 156. “Sugar Girl” B-side of “Just Like Heaven” (1989) | 78 votes 157. “Scared as You” B-side of “Friday I’m in Love” (1992) | 77 votes 158. “Doubt” Appears on Faith (1981) | 75 votes 159. “Bare” Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 70 votes 160. “Sleep When I’m Dead” Single; appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 69 votes 161. “The Scream” Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 67 votes 162. “Play” (TIE)B-side of “High” (1992) | 66 votes 162. “The Promise” (TIE) Appears on The Cure (2004) | 66 votes 164. “Object” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 65 votes 165. “Lost” Appears on The Cure (2004) | 64 votes 166. “A Reflection” (TIE) Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 62 votes 166. “Splintered in Her Head” (TIE) B-side of “Charlotte Sometimes” (1981) | 62 votes 168. “Freakshow” Single; appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 61 votes 169. “Another Day” (TIE) Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 60 votes 169. “The Dream” (TIE) B-side of “The Walk” (1983) | 60 votes 171. “A Pink Dream” B-side of “Mint Car” (1996) | 59 votes 172. “Anniversary” (TIE) Appears on The Cure (2004) | 58 votes 172. “Labyrinth” (TIE) Appears on The Cure (2004) | 58 votes 172. “The Only One” (TIE) Single; appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 58 votes 175. “Numb” (TIE) Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 57 votes 175. “The Perfect Boy” (TIE) Single; appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 57 votes 177. “Going Nowhere” Bonus track on The Cure (2004) | 56 votes 178. “Do the Hansa” B-side of “Boys Don’t Cry” re-release (1986) | 53 votes 179. “Before Three” Appears on The Cure (2004) | 51 votes 180. “Adonais” B-side of “The 13th” (1996) | 49 votes 181. “Signal to Noise” (TIE) B-side of “Cut Here” (2001) | 47 votes 181. “Sirensong” (TIE) Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 47 votes 183. “Dredd Song” (TIE)Appears on Judge Dredd: Original Soundtrack (1995) | 45 votes 183. “Just Say Yes” (TIE) Single; appears on Greatest Hits (2001) | 45 votes 183. “Ocean” (TIE) B-side of “The 13th” (1996) | 45 votes 186. “Club America” Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 44 votes 187. “World War”Appears on Boys Don’t Cry (1980) | 43 votes 188. “It’s Not You” (TIE) Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 42 votes 188. “Pillbox Tales” (TIE)B-side of “Boys Don’t Cry” re-release (1986) | 42 votes 190. “Us or Them” Appears on The Cure (2004) | 41 votes 191. “Spilt Milk”Bonus track from Bloodflowers (2000) | 39 votes 192. “Descent” (TIE) B-side of “Primary” (1981) | 37 votes 192. “Tape” (TIE)Appears on Sideshow EP (1993) | 37 votes 194. “Home” B-side of “Mint Car” (1996) | 36 votes 195. “Round & Round & Round”Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 36 votes 196. “Meathook” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 34 votes 197. “Cloudberry” Appears on Lost Wishes EP (1993) | 32 votes 198. “(I Don’t Know What’s Going) On” Appears on The Cure (2004) | 32 votes 199. “This. Here and Now. With You”Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 31 votes 200. “Return” (TIE) Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 28 votes 200. “The Reasons Why” (TIE) Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 28 votes 202. “Truth, Goodness and Beauty” Appears on The Cure (2004) | 26 votes 203. “This Morning” Bonus track from The Cure (2004) | 25 votes 204. “Three” Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 25 votes 205. “The Real Snow White” Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 23 votes 206. “Out of Mind” (TIE)B-side of “Lullaby”/”Fascination Street” (1989) | 21 votes 206. “Possession” (TIE) Appears on Join the Dots: B-Sides & Rarities (2004) | 21 votes 206. “Taking Off” (TIE) Single; appears on The Cure (2004) | 21 votes 206. “Trap” (TIE) Appears on Wild Mood Swings (1996) | 21 votes 206. “Uyea Sound” (TIE) Appears on Lost Wishes EP (1993) | 21 votes 206. “Waiting” (TIE)B-side of “Mint Car” (1996) | 21 votes 212. “Off To Sleep…” Appears on Lost Wishes EP (1993) | 19 votes 213. “It’s Over” Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 17 votes 214. “Your God is Fear” B-side of “alt.end”/”Taking Off” (2004) | 16 votes 215. “Coming Up” (TIE) Bonus track from Bloodflowers (2000) | 15 votes 215. “The Final Sound” (TIE)Appears on Seventeen Seconds (1980) | 15 votes 217. “Down Under” (TIE) B-side of “Sleep When I’m Dead” (2008) | 13 votes 217. “The Three Sisters” (TIE) Appears on Lost Wishes EP (1993) | 13 votes 219. “Never” Appears on The Cure (2004) | 12 votes 220. “Switch” Appears on 4:13 Dream (2008) | 11 votes 221. “The Weedy Burton” Appears on Three Imaginary Boys (1979) | 7 votes 222. “Fake” B-side of “The End of the World” (2004) | 6 votes 223. “All Kinds of Stuff” (TIE) B-side of “Freakshow” (2008) | 4 votes 223. “NY Trip” (TIE) B-side of “The Only One” (2008) | 4 votes 225. “Why Can’t I Be Me?” B-side of “alt.end”/”Taking Off” (2004) | 1 vote A very special thanks to everybody who took the time to vote. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Watch: The Church’s Steve Kilbey covers The Cure classics ‘Pictures of You,’ ‘Love Song’ Vintage Video: Watch 30 minutes of The Cure’s rehearsals for The Prayer Tour in 1989 The Cure preparing ‘Greatest Hits,’ ‘Acoustic Hits’ vinyl picture discs for Record Store Day Lost wishes: 7 things The Cure’s Robert Smith promised to release this decade, but hasn’t The Cure’s Lol Tolhurst and Pearl Thompson reunite in the recording studio More...
    0 replies | 29 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 12:06 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. KraftwerkRELEASE: 3-D The Catalogue BACKSTORY: Released on multiple formats (8CD, 9LP, 4-disc Blu-ray, download and more), this set features live performances of all eight Kraftwerk albums recorded/filmed between 2012 and 2016. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, PledgeMusic, iTunes The CharlatansRELEASE: Different Days BACKSTORY: The Charlatans return this week with their 13th studio album, a 13-song, self-produced set that features guest appearances by Johnny Marr, Paul Weller, crime writer Ian Rankin and writer/actress Sharon Horgan. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes Midnight OilRELEASE: The Full Tank, The Overflow Tank  BACKSTORY: The Oils’ massive new CD box sets are released this week, with The Full Tank collecting the band’s albums, and The Overflow Tank boasting 14 hours of unreleased material. The Vinyl Collection follows in a couple weeks. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, PledgeMusic PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS New releases: Erasure’s ‘World Be Gone,’ plus ‘Singles’ soundtrack, Buffalo Tom, Haircut 100 New releases: Paul Weller’s ‘A Kind Revolution,’ plus The Mission, David Bowie reissues New releases: Thurston Moore, Miracle Legion’s Mark Mulcahy, Pet Shop Boys, U2 New releases: Robyn Hitchcock’s new self-titled album, plus Big Star’s ‘Third’ live New releases: Clan of Xymox returns with ‘Days of Black,’ plus Wire’s U.S. releas More...
    0 replies | 21 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    22nd May 2017, 07:43 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. Pictured: The Jesus and Mary Chain HOUR 1 Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Night Shift” (Ju Ju) 1,000 Homo DJs, “Apathy” (Side Trax) Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, “Red Right Hand” (Let Love In) Love and Rockets, “Everyone Wants to Go to Heaven” (Earth Sun Moon) Public Image Ltd., “Warrior” (12-Inch Extended Version) (Plastic Box) Joy Division, “Love Will Tear Us Apart” (Substance) Shriekback, “The Shining Path” (Big Night Music) Skinny Puppy, “Deep Down Trauma Hounds” (Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse) The Sisters of Mercy, “Detonation Boulevard” (Vision Thing) The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Song for a Secret” (Damage and Joy) Primal Scream, “Darklands” (If They Move, Kill ‘Em) Poesie Noire, “A Night Like This” (Oblivion) Concrete Blonde, “God is a Bullet” (Free) HOUR 2 The Smiths, “The Queen is Dead” (Live) (Rank) The Psychedelic Furs, “Sister Europe” (The Psychedelic Furs) Clan of Xymox, “Stumble and Fall” (Clan of Xymox) Depeche Mode, “Get the Balance Right” (Construction Time Again) Bauhaus, “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” (Live) (Mask: Omnibus Edition) Ministry, “We Believe” (Twitch) My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, “After the Flesh” (The Crow soundtrack) Fingerprintz, “Shadowed” (Beat Noir) New Order, “Hurt” (Substance) Front 242, “Moldavia” (Tyranny For You) Lowlife, “Eternity Road” (7-Inch Version) (Eternity Road) The Mission, “Over the Hills and Far Away” (The First Chapter) HOUR 3 Nitzer Ebb, “Family Man” (Ebbhead) MC 900 Ft. Jesus, “The City Sleeps” (Welcome to My Dream) !Bang Elektronika, “Ich Bin So Zetzend” (Aktvierung) ClockDVA, “The Hacker” (The Hacker) Echo & The Bunnymen, “Crocodiles” (Crocodiles) Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, “She Said” (Nothing Wrong) The Cure, “Trust” (Wish) Daniel Ash, “Coming Down Fast” (Coming Down) The Stranglers, “Skin Deep” (12-Inch Version) (Aural Sculpture) OMD, “La Femme Accident” (Crush) Psychic TV, “Black Rainbow” (Origin of the Species) Revolting Cocks, “Physical” (Physical) Peter Murphy, “Strange Kind of Love” (Deep) Abecedarians, “Misery of Cities” (Eureka) Gary Numan, “Metal” (The Pleasure Principle) Death in June, “The Calling (Mk II)” (Nada!) Theatre of Hate, “Original Sin” (The Singles Collection) 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 (5/14/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (5/7/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/30/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/23/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (4/16/17) More...
    0 replies | 33 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    19th May 2017, 04:16 PM
    2 days after the free EP “50 Shades of Gay” by Junksista to celebrate the international day against homophobia and transphobia, we can present you an interview with yet another LBGT... More...
    0 replies | 75 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    19th May 2017, 02:34 PM
    For this week’s installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we drop in on a “120 X-Ray” segment from 1990 on SoCal punk mainstays Social Distortion that’s narrated by the MTV News godfather himself: Kurt Loder. Bandleader Mike Ness is interviewed about Social D’s new self-titled album, his decision to cover Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” and more. Watch it below via uploader TheMMusikchannel. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Dave Kendall eulogizes The Smiths following band’s 1987 break-up ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Red Hot Chili Peppers light up the ‘120 X-Ray’ in 1989 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Peter Murphy co-hosts, swears off Bauhaus reunion in 1992 ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: Pale Saints discuss ‘The Comforts of Madness’ in 1990 More...
    0 replies | 51 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    19th May 2017, 02:02 PM
                 The The today released a music video for the band’s comeback single “We Can’t Stop What’s Coming,” an emotional clip that, like the song, pays tribute to bandleader Matt Johnson’s late brother Andrew Johnson, aka Andy Dog, who designed much of The The’s artwork. The video, taken from the upcoming documentary about The The called “The Inertia Variations,” mixes filmed scenes, an in-studio performance of the song, vintage The The clips and old home-movie footage of Matt Johnson and his brother, who died in January 2016. The new single — The The’s first since the download-only “Mrs. Mac” in 2007 — finds Johnson backed by several former bandmates, including  Zeke Manyika on percussion and James Eller on bass — plus Smiths guitar legend Johnny Marr, who played on Mind Bomb and Dusk. It was released on 7-inch for Record Store Day in the U.K., and when Johnson tried to sell extra copies online, his site was overwhelmed by fans. After that, he promised to release the single digitally and on CD. It’s not clear what those plans will entail, but the song is available now via Amazon in the U.K. Watch the new The The video below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS The The apologizes for 7-inch snafu, promises to release new single on CD, digital The The to sell extra copies of its Record Store Day 7-inch online this weekend Listen: The The, ‘We Can’t Stop What’s Coming’ — first new single in 10 years ‘120 Minutes’ Rewind: The The’s Matt Johnson earns an MTV disclaimer while hosting in 1986 The The re-enlists Johnny Marr on first new single in 10 years for Record Store Day More...
    0 replies | 52 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    18th May 2017, 05:40 PM
    The UK dark ambient artist Tom Moore aka Dead Melodies has released his Cryo Chamber debut with “Legends of the Wood”. The album features lush field recordings, detailed soundscapes and... More...
    0 replies | 45 view(s)
  • Sanctuary Radio Newsroom's Avatar
    18th May 2017, 01:20 PM
                 Chris Cornell, whose unmistakable multi-octave singing voice branded Seattle’s Soundgarden as one of the true grunge-era standouts, died last night in Detroit following a concert there by the reunited band, the Associated Press reported. He was 52. Detroit police told the news service that Cornell’s death at the MGM Grand Detroit Hotel is being investigated as a possible suicide based on “basic things observed at the scene.” Cornell was found on the bathroom floor of his hotel room after his wife called a family friend to check on him, the AP reported. Brian Bumbrey, Cornell’s representative, told the AP that Cornell’s death was “sudden and unexpected,” and his family has asked for privacy as the medical examiner works to determine the cause of death. Soundgarden, which reunited in 2010, was about a dozen dates into is spring tour. The band was next scheduled to play at Rock on the Range in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday night. Cornell co-founded Soundgarden in 1984, and the band would go on to sign to Seattle’s Sub Pop Records, helping usher in the so-called grunge sound with thick, riff-heavy guitar rock. The band released its debut, Ultramega OK, in 1988, and started its commercial breakthrough with 1991’s Badmotorfinger on A&M Records. Soundgarden exploded in popularity with 1994’s Superunknown, which generated a string of hit singles, none bigger than “Black Hole Sun.” Following another album, 1996’s Down on the Upside, the band broke up. During the years away from Soundgarden, Cornell released solo material, and also fronted Audioslave with the non-Zack de la Rocha members of Rage Against the Machine. He also played, earlier in his career, in Temple of the Dog, which also recently reunited, and wrote and performed music for, and acted in, Cameron Crowe’s 1991 film “Singles.” An expanded version of that film’s soundtrack, with unreleased music from Cornell, will be released Friday. Below, check out some of the reaction to news of Cornell’s death. In total shock that our friend, #ChrisCornell has died. Sending warm positive vibes and prayers to his family, friends and fans! — Living Colour (@LivingColour) May 18, 2017 SO SO stunned to hear about Chris Cornell! Such a terrible and sad loss! Thinking of his family tonight! RIP — Dave Navarro (@DaveNavarro) May 18, 2017 RIP Chris Cornell Incredibly Talented Incredibly Young Incredibly Missed. pic.twitter.com/pKNI4tKiXz — Jimmy Page (@JimmyPage) May 18, 2017 A mutual friend called me and tells me my bro passed away. #RIPChrisCornell You are a great artist Love to Vicki and fam @nilerodgers pic.twitter.com/FhG0fhT0q1 — Nile Rodgers (@nilerodgers) May 18, 2017 Chris Cornell. Damn. Was legit just playing “Outshined” yesterday. Such a loss. — St. Vincent (@st_vincent) May 18, 2017 More...
    0 replies | 29 view(s)
More Activity
About Sanctuary Radio Newsroom

Basic Information

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
1,444
Posts Per Day
0.19
Last Post
Listen: OMD, ‘Isotype’ — classic-sounding new single off ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ 30th May 2017 12:51 AM
General Information
Last Activity
20th May 1996 03:26 AM
Join Date
20th May 1996