• AE03 Wave Rock

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    Our third episode features lots of modern bands giving new polish to the Retro Wave sound! Much of this comes out of the Darkwave and EBM scene but many are bands who’s full albums follow in the same vein.

    01. IAMX – Kiss And Swallow from Kiss + Swallow
    02. Julien-K – Someday Soon from Death To Analog
    03. Zeromancer – Clone Your Lover from Clone Your Lover
    04. Nine Inch Nails – Survivalism (Celebmix by Celebutante) from The Limitless Potential
    05. Apoptygma Berzerk – You Keep Me From Breaking Apart from You And Me Against The World
    06. theStart – Blood On My Hands from Ciao, Baby
    07. The Epoxies – My New World from My New World
    08. Blaqk Audio – Stiff Kittens from Cexcells
    09. Moving Units – The Kids From Orange County from Hexes For Exes
    10. The Birthday Massacre – Shiver from Looking Glass [Enhanced]
    11. Client – Drive from Heartland
    12. Clan of Xymox – Out Of The Rain from The Best Of Clan of Xymox
    13. A Kiss Could Be Deadly – Midnight Romance from A Kiss Could Be Deadly
    14. Roxy Epoxy and The Rebound – Svengali from Bandaids On Bullet Holes


    NOTE: I want to make a quick correction to a comment made on this episode about a band reminding me a bit of Gwen Stefani of No Doubt. I was confusing Client with theStart. If you heard that and was wondering what I was thinking, please go back and relisten to Blood On My Hands instead of Drive. Sorry for the confusion. I was having technical issues since this was my first and got rushed and a bit confused. As you can tell, I sound very much like I’m reading a script in some places and talking very fast, because I am. I’m hoping it will not take me too long to get more comfortable behind the mic and stop feeling like I’m just talking to myself. I hope that my vocals did not interfere too much and that you still enjoy the music. I plan on keeping most talking to a minimum so, no fear. 😉


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