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10 Years of DJ Terminates Here – 2015

The solution for my stress related illness was ‘nothing’. Doing nothing more challenging over the Christmas period than trying to get a PS2 to work with a modern television was indeed the solution to my problem. With no Djing to think about, New Years Eve was spent at Electric Dreams, hiding from the over-the-top social pressures that would have presented themselves at Slimelight. And the first set of the year was already sorted. Reptile, Protafield and I were all set for another crack at turning the-event-that-never-was into the-event-that-took-place-one-month-late.

Striving for Perfection – Man is Back in Action

It was my fifth go at Djing Reptile, but my first in the Nightclub Kolis venue, and the first time where at least some of my remit was guitar-driven industrial. At the time, the DJ booth was cramped, but somehow I managed not only to play a floorfilling set before Protafield, but managed to get NINE songs into the half-hour allocated to me (talk about quickfire!). The second set was deep in club hours with a more open policy, and I was relived to find that the relatively recent “Robo Sapien” by Die Krupps was well-recognised enough to get everyone dancing also. It became something of a later-day signature tune of mine – certainly I knew few other DJs to pick it up.

This set was a partial return to form for me, but I still needed to get closure on another piece of unfinished business from the previous year. The old-school EBM night. Dirty Dicks, host of two of my earlier events, became available once more, and Nathan was available to DJ, also bringing in a third DJ Kriegslok. We still had to deal with the problem of the venue having no CD players (apparently they’d got rid of them years ago), but Nathan was able to cobble together enough kit and we were set. My love of wordplay and a certain Front 242 song led me to the title ‘Tragedy >For Us<’. My limited graphic design talents came up with a suitable 242-themed flier (the old-school genre meant old-school design to match!), and the event was announced.

This time we starting getting real interest from announcement through to the final countdown, with people even travelling from outside London. And despite the limitations of the venue, it was nicely busy throughout, including an old friend from the pre-Facebook era, who’d turned up with no idea that Terminates Here was me. One notable memory was during my ‘lucky burger’ before the event spotting that Leonard Nimoy had died, and hastily getting SPOCK’s “Never Trust a Klingon” into the set (having previous triggered a near mosh-pit with Erdball’s “Monoton + Minimal, of all things). A side note was that it was the first event of my own creation to actually end up ‘in the black’ financially – but deep down I was happier that the concept had worked. It’s the night I always wanted to run all along.

The weekend wasn’t over DJ wise. There was still the March ABBS and the now-established open-request list afterparty in Aces and Eights. These events remain something of a blur to this day, it was only on the morning after that I woke up feeling like the jinx that had followed Terminates Here since early 2013 was finally lifted. It seemed fitting that this rush of DJ activity was finished with one more set with Die Kur, MaxDmyz and co, my one and only chance to play the legendary Purple Turtle venue before it fell victim to another owner vs management “difference of opinion”. My late night set was another tag-team with Scott, starting with late 90s SOAD and seeing how far back into music history we could get (late 70s Buzzcocks in the end).

You Keep Me Running Round and Round, Well That’s Alright With Me

There was another two-month gap before my next set, but this time I wasn’t worried as I had plenty in the pipeline. One slight problem came with the death of one of my original pieces of equipment. Somewhere in amongst one of these sets, a drink was spilled on my USB DJ console. First the faders lost their smoothness, then the whole thing started cutting out, luckily never during the key phase of the night, and I still had the tablet for backup. Dismantling it to diagnose and possibly clean proved to be a one-way process. No way I could trust it live again, and hence the next run of sets were run with some rather “improvised” equipment. Not that improvisation was a stranger to me, and it was a workaround that would play great dividends later in the year.

A run of half a dozen sets came in quick succession from late May through to July. There was my first (and so far only) go at Djing Electric Dreams, the long-running 80s night. The next ABBS came a week later. Scott had to disappear early from this one due to an all-day event elsewhere, so the original DJ for the event, Andy Ravensable, returned for one day only, joining me not only for this event but also the Aces afterparty. It was the only time I’d tried the formula with any DJ other than Scott, it worked well but I still wouldn’t try it with any DJ I hadn’t worked with a few times.

Next up was a private booking – a ‘Northern Hemisphere’ wedding party for a couple who’d got married a few months previously in Australia, with one of their friend’s 50th birthday parties thrown in! I was the only DJ here, all requests this time, but surprised the happy couple with the number of their favourite tunes I already had to hand. It wasn’t a continuous set, as London’s most original covers act, The Memepunks, did their trademark play-more-than-one-song-at-once thing and gave me a couple of breathers. Only downside were the sulky venue staff, who closed us down an hour earlier than previously agreed.

I managed to get another EBM night going again, again playing games with the English language and names of Belgian bands with the title “Tragedy >For Two<”. My connections to Aces and Eights allowed me to use their basement room on a Friday night. Attendance was as good as last time, and whilst DJ Kriegslok wasn’t available this time, DJ traumahound (remember Byte Back?) was ideally suited as replacement and we had another night to remember.

That looked like it for a while, but I was called upon one more time to play a couple of hours at the Dark Disco night. This one actually goes back a few months….I’d first met the DJ and event founder Shai having handed him one of my otherwise-ineffective DJ Terminates Here business cards when I heard him playing A Split-Second, I decided there and then that we’d work on an event together some day. The event in question was back at Dirty Dicks, my fourth time playing there but the only time I’d visited for an event other than my own.

As it happens, my usual crowd didn’t really show, so I was playing songs based on their popularity on the Facebook event page during the days leading up to the event. As a result, the most popular track of the night was The Eternal Afflict’s “San Diego”, rarely heard in London. I fluffed the end of my second set though, having misread the popularity of old-school EBM amongst the largely unknown crowd, and decided to head for home and have a nice lie down. It didn’t matter in the end – a successful summer of Djing was complete.

But If The Answer Isn’t Violence, Neither Is Your Silence

It’s time now to look at a more strategic element to my Djing. I’ve mentioned a few times a list of bands that I owned more than 20 tracks by, with the objective being to play at least one by every band in the course of my DJ career. The purpose of this mission was to prove that anything could be viable DJ material, not self-indulgence, and hence other rules followed, namely that I couldn’t hire a venue and play all the bands on a list to an empty room, and all the bands had to be played in a suitable context – I wasn’t allowed to break music policies of events (mine or anyone else’s) to cut the list down.

Fortunately, the ABBS was open enough to allow most things at some point, with the various guest DJs actually obliging me to vary my own sets, though the extremely noisy material was off-limits there. And by the time of the September ABBS, my list of bands that once numbered in the hundreds was down to 15. One hour would nail them all. Or it would have done if no-one else mattered but me, but such a set would have cleared the room and ensured I would never have been invited back. I still had to work up interesting and varied sets and not alienate anyone along the way.

Sure, I used the September ABBS early setup time to shoehorn in a Nurse With Wound track, an interesting project that’s otherwise near-impossible to get into a DJ set, but had to get more accessible later on in the day, even joining Scott in a Madchester revival moment later on. The Aces and Eights afterparty yielded some interesting requests of it’s own (This Morn’Omina? Fine by me!) and actually overran it’s 10pm endpoint when people refused to let us stop. Not only was it a great day, but that list of bands I mentioned? Without going off-topic or receiving death threats, I’d got it down to five. But they were five of the least-accessible industrial bands in existence.

I’ll Give You Something, Even More Interesting Than The Last One

But for the moment, that was a distraction I didn’t need. Renaissance VI was back at Elektrowerkz in October. This time, the second stage was open only when bands were on, so it was more a case of making sure the six DJs all had enough set-time to play, and my own set got brought forward two hours due to the lack of CD players for the one DJ still using them! Myself, I didn’t even bring a laptop along, instead using my second and improved tablet for my own sets. It was a fast-moving day and dragging kit around would have been an unwelcome distraction.

I was also Djing the other multi-band festival at Elektrowerkz that Autumn. The small-scale event Stompa the previous year had grown into Ad:Rem. Nathan and I were called upon for our Tragedy >For Something-or-other< credentials to DJ between and after the bands, along with the Belgian DJ Danny Dupont, coming over from Antwerp with the band Lizard Smile, one of eleven acts on the bill. Unlike Renaissance, which adopted a noon-to-midnight pattern, Ad:Rem opened in the evening and went through to the early hours of the morning. And unlike Renaissance, which offered a plethora of bands that were essentially accessible to the end music fan, Ad:Rem put no limits on the extremities to which it would go.

But before any live action look place, we had a brief birthday celebration for one of the co-organisers, formerly known in elitist corners of the industrial scene as Andi Penguin. He had various neovolkish requests for the occasion. And guess who out of the DJs available had the most of those tracks to hand? Add this to a support DJ slot for Institution D.O.L., where I finally got a legitimate chance to play Whitehouse in a DJ set (“WHY YOU NEVER BECAME A DANCER!”), and I’d scratched one of the longest-running DJ itches of all.

Later sets demanded a more straightforward EBM approach, not a challenge after everything else that year. I’d originally agreed to play a rhythmic noise set as part of the Slimelight afterparty, but the event ran an hour late, and by 5am the crowd had thinned to the point where I just had to dig out more predictable scene favourites. The thing was, once the birthday tunes and band supports were out of the way, only two names were left on my to-play list. Proyecto Mirage and Hypnoskull. If not today, then definitely by the years end.

I Broke The Silence – I Rose The Volume

Only thing was, the only set left open to me that year was the Christmas edition of the ABBS, with extended play at Aces and Eights afterwards. Neither venue suitable for rhythmic noise, but with a this-ends-here mentality, I found a track by each artist that would be melodic and subtle enough to play on a Sunday afternoon. Just for good luck, I sorted an Imminent track (in case it counted as distinct from Imminent Starvation) and some before-he-was-famous Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids (in case it counted as a different band from the one he’s in, or rather is, now) and just to put the nail on the head, some TV themes.

But on arrival, we found the PA system in pieces, the usual mixer replaced with a cheap model, and no-one to help get it turned on. We turned on the PA only to find a severe ground loop, no use when we have a room full of people. It looked like we were defeated. But it was in the mid-afternoon that I had a brainwave. My improvised DJ setup included a Komplete Audio 6 audio interface, which was really intended for studio use. This had the option of a balanced XLR line-out. In a last ditch attempt, I plugged this XLR directly into the PA, bypassing the groundlooping mixer, and finally we were playing.

A couple of Christmassy EBM tracks were immediately played to wake the mood up, and then I got in those two elusive project that crossed those last names off my list. And the Imminent one, it’s glitchy sound a sideswipe at the issues that bugged us. And, later on, the theme from the TV Show “The IT Crowd”. Because we’d tried more than just turning it off and on again. We still had to figure out how Scott could play his set, given this solution was unique to my setup. Luckily, I had some of his favourites stored on my laptop for such an instance, and the rest were transferred on USB stick during a short break for a charity promo.

By the time we got to the Aces afterparty, there was a celebratory air. We came close to being cheated of a moment but we’d pulled it off anyway, symbolic of a year where I felt a cloud hovering over me had been lifted. An interesting set of requests saw the DJ year out nicely, the days leading up to Christmas and New Years Eve spent either catching the last few gigs of the year or playing various Source-engine video games, investing the “Chrimbo Limbo” week living the Half-Life 2 experience 11 years too late.

And as a bonus, the Dome’s management changed soon after – refitting the venue and generally organising things much better. We haven’t had any problems since.

Onto 2016….

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DJ Terminates Here vs DJ The Scott – December 2015

After the Alt Bring’n’Buy, we headed over to Aces & Eights for our quarterly ‘Open Request List’ event. Compared with earlier in the day, this one went off without a glitch! Most of the tracks played here were requests.

Set 1

Diamond Head – Shoot Out The Lights
Dio – Holy Diver
Girlschool – Race With The Devil
Iron Butterfly – In-a-gadda-da-vida
Led Zeppelin – House Of The Holy
ZZ Top – Smart Dressed Man
Ramones – I Wanna Be Sedated
Southern Death Cult – Moya
Switchblade Symphony – Bad Trash
Rammstein – Sonne

Set 2

Qntal – Glacies
Cinderella Effect – To Keep The Golden Mean
Deine Lakaien – Dark Star
Front Line Assembly – Mindphaser
K-Bereit – Fist Of Fire
Project Pitchfork – God Wrote
Ministry – Reload
Pantera – Mouth For War
System Of A Down – Tentative
Nirvana – About A Girl
Alice In Chains – Would?
Stone Temple Pilots – Creep
The Cult – She Sells Sanctuary

Set 3

King Crimson – Three Of A Perfect Pair
Poison – Look What The Cat Dragged In
Kiss – Detroit Rock City
Skid Row – Monkey Business
Mike Oldfield – Shadow On The Wall
T-Rex – Life’s A Gas
The Mission – Garden Of Delight
Weissglut – Etwas Kommt In Deine Welt
Tanzwut – Bitte Bitte
Moby – New Dawn Fades
Maz Romeo and the Upsetters – Chase The Devil

Tag Team

As ever, we finished on alternating tracks.

The Who – Baba O’Reilly
Queen – Killer Queen
Alice In Chains – Down In A Hole
Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun
Blue Oyster Cult – Don’t Fear The Reaper
Argent – God Gave Rock’n’Roll To You
Black Sabbath – Children Of The Grave
The Beatles – I Am The Walrus
Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit
Fleetwood Mac – The Chain

Outro: Vangelis – Tears In Rain

Alternative Bring’n’Buy Sale – December 2015

7 years after the Terminates Here debut set, and back to the Dome, joining DJ The Scott for more daytime DJ adventures. Only issues with the PA meant we didn’t play any music until nearly halfway through the event. What I actually played in the end is listed below.


Eisenfunk – Jinglefunk
Heimatærde – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
[De:Ad:Cibel] – Rain of Gold
Siechtum – Meinungsindustrie
Hypnoskull – Down Again
Proyecto Mirage – Baila Entre Las Ruinas De Madrid
Imminent – Vinvyt
Haujobb – The Noise Institute
Data-Bank-A – I’ve Got A Plan
Fortification 55 – Wargames
Invincible Spirit – Everybody Should Know
C-Tec – She Left

After this, the charity single from The 404 Stormers – Having A Merry Funky Time was played before I handed over to Scott.


Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids – My Monkey
Fear Factory – Demanufacture
Gravity Kills – Guilty
Nine Inch Nails – Sin
BhamBhamHara – Kreislauf
Theme from ‘The IT Crowd’
VNV Nation – Beloved
Elegant Machinery – Save Me
Celluloide – This Aching Kiss
Xeno + Oaklander – Sentinelle
SPOCK – White Christmas
Telex – Moskow Diskow
Kim Wilde – Cambodia
Erasure – Gaudete
The Psychedelic Furs – Love My May
The Cars – Just What I Needed
Devo – Whip It

5pm Tag Team

With another set to start almost straight away, this was about as rapid as it gets.

The Ramones – Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want To Fight Tonight)
The Pogues – Fairytale of New York
Reverend Horton Heat – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Lovecraft Historical Society – I Saw Mommy Kissing You So Thoth
Twisted Sister – O Come All Ye Faithful

Ad:Rem 2015

Four weeks on from Renaissance and it’s back to Elektrowerkz to provide DJ support for another multi-band epic. This one features many artists and styles rarely heard in London, and several of the bands were making their UK debut. Myself and Nathan Nothing shared out the band supports, whilst Belgian DJ Danny Dup came over to play a 90-minute set at the afterparty. Here’s what I played.

Andrew King Support

Genocide Organ – Vive La Guerre
NON – Total War (Live In Osaka)
Blood Axis – Walked In Line
SPK – Mekano
Von Thronstahl – Heimatfreund-Staatsfiend
Of The Wand And The Moon – My Devotion Will Never Fade
Spiritual Front – Song For The Old Man
Ain Soph – White Guard
Strawbs – The Hangman and the Papist
Allerseelen – Sturmlied
Psychic TV – No Go Go
Einstürzende Neubauten – Sabrina

Institution D.O.L. Support

Whitehouse – Why You Never Became A Dancer
Converter – Slave
Brighter Death Now – I Wish I Was A Little Girl

(Note to Terminates Here regulars…..I’ve long since wished for a legitimate chance to play Whitehouse in a DJ set. Itch scratched!)

Lizard Smile Support

Arzt+Pfusch – Better Than You
yelworC – Sacred City
(note these two played in fragments due to brief PA power outage)

Invasion of Female Logic Support

Babyland – Mindfuck
Youth Code – Consuming Guilt
Vomito Negro – No Hope No Fear
!Bang Elektronika – Elektronische Blitzkreig

Pantzer Fabriek Support

Ionic Vision – Back Again
Paranoid – I Dominate You
DAF/DOS – Wegen Dir
Jäger 90 – Dessau

5am Slimelight Afterparty Set

My original plan for a rhythmic noise afterparty set was abandoned as the crowd was thinning by this point, so I reverted to the ‘Terminates Here Greatest Hits’ for what was going to be my 3rd Slimelight set.

Project Pitchfork – KNKA (Climax Version)
Covenant – Figurehead (Plain)
VNV Nation – Joy
Front Line Assembly – Plasticity
Skinny Puppy – Smothered Hope
Kirlian Camera – Eclipse (Anniversary)
The Eternal Afflict – San Diego (Tragical)

Renaissance VI

Renaissance – The annual all day festival is now in it’s sixth year, now going from midday to midnight with countless bands, performance poets, art displays and video clips. I’ve undertaken some DJing at all but the first one, and here was no exception. A DJ setlist from the middle part of the day doesn’t come close to summing up the full story of the event, but as ever, I’m committing my contribution to the event here. Thanks to all involved (too many to list) for an epic experience.

Cyber Axis – The Prophecy
The Galan Pixs – Anuschka Corazon
Mindless Faith – Momentum
Killing Joke – Whiteout

<Little Death Machine>

Controlled Bleeding – Any Questions? (Crotch-Rock Mix)
Acumen Nation – Parasite Mine
Stahlhammer – Herz Aus Stahl
Stahlmann – Stahlmann (anyone seeing a theme?)
Sulpher – You Ruined Everything
Chant – Manifesto
Ministry – Rio Grande Blood

<Spoken Word by Fascimile>

Radiohead – Just
Foo Fighters – The Pretender

<The Tango Pirates>

DJ Terminates Here vs DJ The Scott – September 2015

Straight over the road from the Alt Bring’n’Buy for the evening set. Once again, Scott and myself played our ‘open request list’ style, where the patrons of the pub determined the music policy. Here’s (my half of ) the story – all but the first track and a few later in the night were requests.

Set 1

And Also The Trees – A Room Lives In Lucy
Talking Heads – Psycho Killer
Corpus Delecti – Saraband
Xmal Deutschland – Incubus Succubus II
Bauhaus – She’s In Parties
Killing Joke – The Death And Resurrection Show
Revolting Cocks – Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?

Set 2

Kirlian Camera – Blue Room (7″)
Deine Lakaien – Return
Das Ich – Destillat
Project Pitchfork – God Wrote
This Morn’ Omina – One Eyed Man
Parade Ground – Moans
Grauzone – Eisbaer
Clan Of Xymox – A Day
Death In June – The Calling (Mk II)
Fad Gadget – Ladyshave
Light Asylum – Dark Allies

Set 3

The Clash – This Is England
Agent Side Grinder – Into The Wild
Skeletal Family – Promised Land
Young Gods – Skinflowers
KMFDM – Godlike (Chicago Trax)
Slayer – Angel Of Death
Iron Maiden – The Trooper
Gary Moore – Back On The Streets
Eric Clapton – Cocaine

Jonny vs Scott Tag-Team Finale

This time, the nature of the request was such that Scott and myself played 2-3 song blocks instead of one song each.

The Mission – Wasteland
Christian Death – Romeo’s Distress
Echo and the Bunnymen – All That Jazz
Sisters Of Mercy – Vision Thing
Peter Murphy – Cuts You Up
Nine Inch Nails – Closer
PWEI – Ich Bin Ein Auslander
Ministry – NWO
Metallica – For Whom The Bell Tolls
Black Sabbath – Paranoid

And against all previous form, calls for an encore……

The Beatles – Revolution
Outro: Angelo Badalamenti – Twin Peaks Theme

Alternative Bring’n’Buy Sale – September 2015

The biggest ever day of Terminates Here DJing began early in the day at the Alternative Bring’n’Buy, and just continued……this time Scott and myself handled the event as a two piece, hence the lengthy nature of what follows!

10:30am-11:45am – (Neo-)Classical into (Neo-)Folk

Bach – Bouree in E Minor
Handel – Sarabande
Stalingrad – The Road On Which You’ll Die
Vernian Process – Cold
Arditi – Ploughshares Into Swords
Nurse With Wound – A Piece Of The Sky Is Missing
Knifeladder – Faultline
Deutsch Nepal – Deflagration of Hell
In Slaughter Natives – Media
Sixth Comm – Foretold
Dernière Volonté – Le Poison
Hekate – Barbarossa
Death in June + Boyd Rice – Black Sun Rising
Sorrow – Forgive Me
Professor Elemental – Fighting Trousers
Voltaire – Death Death (Devil Devil Evil Evil Song)
Katzenjammer – Rock Paper Scissors
Die Irrlichter – Totus Floreo
Faun – Punagra

1pm-2pm – Darkwave and Electronic Industrial

The Beauty of Gemina – This Time
Razorfade – Chemical Distraction
Project Pitchfork – Carnival
Psychic Force – Killing Is An Art
Megadump – Shockwave
Void Construct – Rebirth
Tumor – Zombienation
Monolith – The Curse
Headscan – Dead Silver Sky
Haujobb – Dead Market
Android Lust – Cruelty
Covenant – Theremin
Cesium 137 – Always
Mind.in.a.box – 8 Bits

3pm-4pm – 90s Revival into Guitar Industrial

Happy Mondays – 24 Hour Party People
Monaco – Sweet Lips
No Doubt – It’s My Life
Republica – Ready To Go
Carter USM – Rubbish
Ned’s Atomic Dustbin – Kill Your Television
Electric Hellfire Club – Unholy Roller
Chemlab – Electric Molecular
Cocksure – Hi Talez
Nine Inch Nails – The Day The World Went Away
Birmingham 6 – Birmingham 6
3TEETH – Final Product
Chant – Manifesto
Lard – Forkboy
Marilyn Manson – Down In The Park
Filter – Welcome To The Fold

5pm – Jonny vs Scott Tag Team

Messing around again…..

The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing – Brunel
Sultans of Ping FC – Where’s Me Jumper
Sham 69 – Hurry Up Harry
Vic Reevee & The Wonder Stuff – Dizzy
Monty Python – Knights Of The Round Table
Luis Baclov – Django

And then straight over the road…..within a few minutes we we playing again

Dark Disco #3

I returned to the Dirty Dicks Vaults Bar, the venue for a number of my earlier events, and this time play a couple of sets for the third Dark Disco night. Here’s what I played

Set 1 – 9pm-10pm

Jean Michel Jarre – Equinoxe I
Clair Obscur – Blume
Rational Youth – Coboloid Race
Suicide – Rocket USA
Malaria – Kaltes Klares Wasser
Public Image Ltd. – Death Disco
6>Comm – Foretold
Esplendor Geometrico – Moscú Está Helado
Liaisons Dangereuses – Etre assis ou danser
Snowy Red – Never Alive
Neon Judgement – Factory Walk
Soft Moon – Circles
The KVB – Always Then
Xeno & Oaklander – Blue Flower
QEK Junior – Atomkonsens
SPK – Metal Dance
Maison Vague – Pixelated Lover
Elegant Machinery – Save Me

Set 2 – 11pm-Midnight

Killing Joke – Requiem
Corpus Delecti – Saraband
Girls Under Glass – Frozen
The Eternal Afflict – San Diego (Tragical)
Depeche Mode – Black Celebration
Kraftwerk – Das Model
Yazoo – Don’t Go
A-Ha – Take On Me
OMD – Electricity
Mysterious Art – Das Omen
Camouflage – The Great Commandment
A Split-Second – Flesh
Nitzer Ebb – Let Your Body Learn
Front 242 – Welcome To Paradise
Plastic Noise Experience – Smalltown Boy
The Cure – A Forest

Tragedy >For Two<

The first Tragedy >For Us< was one of my Terminates Here ‘Irregular Events’. It’s now become the second of my TH-IrrEv’s to become ‘regular’ after my ‘Vs‘ open request list concept, and on a personal level, the one I really wanted to do all along. The event was moved to the Aces and Eights Basement Bar, allowing for an extra hour of music. Nathan Nothing returned to co-DJ and we also welcomed DJ:Traumahound (from A Model of Control) as our special guest DJ. The full setlist can be found on the event page, but here were my contributions to the night’s music.

Set 1 – 8pm-9:15pm

Skinny Puppy – Killing Game
Mentallo & The Fixer – Sacrilege (Angel of Death Mix)
32Crash – Slow Crash
Cabaret Voltaire – The Crackdown
Ministry – All Day (Remix)
Agent Side Grinder – The Screams
Neon Judgement – Chinese Black
Parade Ground – Gold Rush
Scapa Flow – Crucial Impact
Pankow – Gimme More (Much More)
Pain Station – Closer To The Edge
yelworC – Soulhunter
Placebo Effect – Slashed Open
Calva y Nada – Rascheln
New Mind – Blindfield 1
Controlled Bleeding – Now Is The Time
Aircrash Bureau – Machine

Set 2 – 10:15pm-11pm

:Wumpscut: – Fear In Motion (B)
DAF – Alle Gegen Alle (R)
Jäger 90 – Dessau
Sturm Café – Koka Kola Freiheit (Original EBM Version) (B)
Elite! – Maschinen
SadoSato – Piefkemädchen
DBS – Old #7
Frontal – Soldaten
Lescure 13 – Secrets (R)
Spetsnaz – Apathy (R)
Nitzer Ebb – Control I’m Here (R)
Armageddon Dildos – East West (R)
Die Krupps – Robo Sapien

Set 3 – 12am-12:30am

Front 242 – Tragedy >For You<
KMFDM – More and Faster (B)
LeaetherStrip – Japanese Bodies (B)
Skinny Puppy – Smothered Hope
Absolute Body Control – Figures (R)
Kraftwerk – Radioactivity (The Mix Version)
Die Form – Silent Order (B)
Lou Reed/Die Krupps – Metal Machine Music (one mixed into the other….) (R)

Set 4 – 1:30am-2am

PAL – Gelöbnis
Front Line Assembly – Plasticity
Project Pitchfork – KNKA (Climax Version)
Apoptygma Berzerk – Spiritual Reality
Fortification 55 – And Tomorrow Atlantis
Invincible Spirit – Push!
Front 242 – Headhunter V1.0
Outro: Wendy Carlos – Theme from A Clockwork Orange (Beethoviana)