Got to chat very briefly with cEvin Key after the Download/PlatEAU show here in Vancouver last weekend, aired that with some new-ish Download and PlatEAU and some other stuff from cEvin's label, Subconscious Communications.
Here's what I played tonight:
From Helicopter [2009, Subsconscious Communications]:
Message From Gort
From Gort Spacebar [2009, Subsconscious Communications]:
From Music For Cats [1998, Metropolis Records]:
From DAT Hell [2008, The Record Company]:
From Slow Motion Burn [2009, Subsconscious Communications]:
Nurse Witch II
Otto von Schirach
From Magic Triangle [2008, Subconscious Communications]:
Mother Fucking Punk
My Supernatural Motorcycle Gang Will Knife You
From Zombie Battle 2019 [2009, Subconscious Communications]:
Dinosaurs Will Eat Your Brain
Baseck and Sonic Death Rabbit
From Creatures [2009, Subconscious Communications]:
It Could Be Worse, You Could Be Human
Dead Rabbit Lullaby
Things That Go Braaah! In the Night
From Portland Demo 2010 [2010, self-released]:
Drip and Slip
I'm A Bleeder, Not A Breeder
Podcast part 1 of the Vampire's Ball for January 22, 2011.
The Rabid Whole
From Autraumaton Remixed [2011, Synthetic Sounds]:
Faith In Yesterday (Kevvy Mental Dead Sould Mix)
Tell Me Lies (Elmer J. Fudd Mix by Virtual Terrorist)
From American Porn Songs Remixed [2010, Metropolis Records]:
American Porn Song (SKOLD Remix)
Become Your None (SMP vs. Stiff Valentine Mix)
From Noise Collection vol. 1 [2010, Out of Line]:
Sex, Drogen und Industri (Lowtech Mix)
From Absolute Dissent [2010, Spinefarm Records]:
Honour The Fire
From Strategies Against Architecture IV - 2002-2010 [2010, Mute]:
Good Morning Everybody
Waiting for the Call
The Tear Garden
From Have a Nice Trip [2009, Subconscious Communications]:
Nowhere to Land
Nothing's Set In Stone
From The Minus Touch [2010, Beta-Lactum Ring Records]:
Dead Voices On Air
From From Afar All Stars Spark and Glee [2010, Lens Records]:
This Silence Where the Mumours Lie
Eyes I Dare Not Meet In Dreams
From Exilarch [2010, Nettwerk]:
I Dream In Colour
Podcast part 2 of the Vampire's Ball for January 22, 2011.
This week's post-show mix CD was Mix CD 8.
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