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Intergalactic Wasabi Mix – The Matrix 20th Anniversary Special – Ep 596 – 2019/04/01

Intergalactic Wasabi Mix – Matrix 20th Anniversary Special Poster

>> Listen to the audio recording from the aNONradio.net archives
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Tracklist
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Meat Beat Manifesto – Prime Audio Soup
The Crystal Method – Keep Hope Alive
Propellerheads – Spybreak! (short one)
Vitamin String Quartet – Clubbed to Death
Rob Zombie – Dragula (Hot Rod Herman Remix)
Prodigy – Mindfields
Rammstein – Du Hast Mich
Massive Attack – Teardrop
Marilyn Manson – Sweet Dreams
Rage Against The Machine – Wake Up
Atari Teenage Riot – Delete Yourself! You Got No Chance to Win! (Live)

SPECIAL THANKS TO koenig FOR THIS SUPER AWESOME SHOW IDEA!!

The Matrix at 20: how the sci-fi gamechanger remains influential

LOW WIRE 11 20181124

A heady haze of doom metal, stoner doom and heavy psych. Thank you to everyone who tuned in live and if you missed it, check the archive to hear me trip over every second word I try to say: 201811242100_cat.mp3

[Song]                              [Artist]
Addicted to Black Magick            Dopelord
Dunwich                             Electric Wizard
Poison Apple                        Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Fire and Brimstone                  Beastmaker
Children of the Grave               Black Sabbath
Secular Haze                        Ghost
Women of the Wand                   Potion
Striped Dragon                      Witchthroat Serpent
Diabolical Dopenosis                Belzebong
Black Eyed Gods                     The Well
Light Years Beyond                  Electric Citizen

LOW WIRE 10 20181117

I promised metal and metal is what we shall have: a solid hour of atmospheric black metal, as bleak and as dark as the cold depths of space!

I tried to transition out of the second-to-last track early but fat-fingered it a bit so there’s a second where the volume jumps around a little. No harm done though. As always, a sincere thank you to everyone who tuned in for the live show, especially people who normally wouldn’t sit through music like this, it’s nice to be able to share with open-minded people, even if they go away thinking “wow, I didn’t like that at all” hahaha.

If you missed it you can catch the archive here and I thank you for listening there too: 201811172100_cat.mp3

During the show I noted that there was another track that I would have liked to include but thematically it didn’t fit so instead I opted to play it during the OpenMic block. You can find the archive for that one here, in case you’d like to check it out, it’s really something: 201811180300_openmic.mp3

[Song]                              [Artist]
M20                                 Alrakis
.----                               Mesarthim
The First Point of Aries            Mare Cognitum
The Well of Stars Part II           Onirism
Cries of Dying Stars                Below the Sun
Aootw                               Hellébore
Last Breath                         Tomhet
Dark 4.18*                          Darkspace

* Was played during the OpenMic stream

Intergalactic Wasabi Mix – Ep 520 – 2018/10/31

Tracklist
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00:34 Toronto – Even the Score
03:54 (Talk with guests)
12:27 Big Country – Big Country
16:08 (Talk with guests)
17:55 Nik Kershaw – Wouldn’t It Be Good
22:22 (Talk with guests)
23:08 Peter Cetera – Glory of Love
26:35 (Talk with guests)
28:06 The Dream Academy – Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
31:07 (Talk with guests)
36:13 Luftwaffe – Epitaph
42:54 (Talk with guests)
44:33 Tears for Fears – Woman in Chains (feat. Oleta Adams)
50:37 (Talk with guests)
51:38 Donnie Iris – Ah! Leah!
55:13 Thomas Dolby – She Blinded Me With Science

My guests on this show were fellow SDF members xmanmonk and ricardus. I asked them to pick their favourite 80s tunes and we played them during the live show. I picked the very first song. We did not have enough time to play all of them but I will be playing the rest on the next 80s synth and new wave night next Tuesday. I really had a great time with them on this show. Thank you xmanmonk and ricardus for the awesome show!

For this show, I used SDF VoIP’s call-out-to-the-PSTN feature to which I recently subscribed to. The subscription is really cheap/very affordable. USD 15 per quarter and you can get to call any numbers all over the world – unlimited! What more can I ask for?! It worked so well! I was very impressed with ricardus’ telephone sound quality – it was so clear! xmanmonk’s phone audio quality was good too but not as perfect as ricardus’.

I will be doing the same format again on the last Tuesday of December. It looks like I will be asking another really awesome SDF member koenig (picked by ricardus… haha) to be my next guest together with my regular guest/co-host xmanmonk.