Friday, 31 May 2013

Iggy Pop - VPRO "Lust For Life" TV Special - 14.12.1986 (ProShot DVD)

Thanks to Dutch for Sharing this and to S+©kmªÑ for the links.

Original Info File:
Here's the well-known Lust For Life special that was transmitted by the VPRO end 1986.
This 43 mins special includes live material from Utrecht 1986 as well interviews with Iggy,
Ron (the Stooges) and some other/older bits & pieces here & there. Iggy is fun to be interviewed.
All interviews were done by Marcel Vanthilt (ex-Arbeid Adelt, ex-MTV Europe VJ)

This rebroadcast has no dutch subtitles, like the original TV broadcast has.

Iggy Pop
Muziekcentrum Vredenburg

Lineage : Digital TV > DVD (GARAGEROCKER) > DVD > DVD Decrypter > VIDEO_TS

A/V Specs;

Size: 2.81 Gb ( 2 943 088 KBytes ) - DVD-5
Enabled regions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) 7930kbps VBR
Audio: Linear PCM, 2 ch stereo

VPRO Iguana

Kraftwerk - Jamsil Olympic Plaza-Dome, Seoul, South Korea - 27.04.2013 (Flac)

Good sound. Thanks to the original uploader on dime.

Lineage:  OKMII Klassik mic (with Soundman A3 adapter) & Edirol R-09 (44khz/16bit) > Sound Forge (splitting, dynamic), Adobe Audition (hiss reduction) > TLH > flac

Please do not sell this recording but share freely and enjoy it.
Unoffical live recordings are being sold on

Roaring cheers and talkings are present.
Will anyone be able to make the recording brilliant and re-upload it?

01. Vocoder intro - The Robots
02. Spacelab
03. Metropolis
04. Numbers
05. Computerworld
06. It's More Fun to Compute - Home Computer
07. Pocket Calculator - Dentaku
08. Computer Love
09. The Man-Machine
10. The Model
11. Neon Lights
12. Autobahn
13. Tour de France 1983
14. Tour de France 2003 - Etape 02
15. Vitamin
16. Geiger Counter - Radioactivity
17. Trans-Europe Express - Metal on Metal - Abzug
18. Planet of Vision
19. Aero Dynamik
20. Boing Boom Tschak
21. Techno Pop
22. Musique Non Stop


Rollins Band - Fritz, Vienna, Austria - 14.10.1988 (Flac)

Thanks to undecided21 for sharing and to S+©kmªÑ for the link.

Original Info File:

Broadcast: Ö3 Musicbox Live presented by Werner Geier
Broadcast date: 1988-10-20 (20 October 1988)

FM > HiFi video tape > WAV > flac (received by file transfer) > WAV (tracked in WaveLab
Lite) > flac level 8 (TLH)

Henry Rollins: vocals
Chris Haskett: guitar
Andrew Weiss: bass
Sim Cain: drums

- I received this in a trade from stuffus, who had taped the broadcast back then in 1988.

*** This is another great recording from stuffus’s Ö3 Musicbox live archive ... (the "Ö3
Musicbox" was a legendary Austrian radio program that existed up until 1994; Werner Geier
was one of its legendary presenters). Thanks again for sharing! ***

01 (Radio station intro) (0:17 min)
02 Do It (1:29 min)
03 Burned Beyond Recognition (2:56 min)
04 (presenter & interview) (7:12 min)
05 Intro to Wreck-Age (2:57 min)
06 Wreck-Age (4:36 min)
07 Gun In Mouth Blues (13:27 min)
08 Intro to You Didn’t Need To Do That To Me (1:15 min)
09 You Didn’t Need To Do That To Me (5:08 min)
10 Followed Around (3:07 min)
11 Ghost Rider (5:42 min)
12 (Radio station outro) (0:58 min)

TRT: 49:11 min

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Depeche Mode - MuseumsQuartier, Vienna, Austria - 24.03.2013 + Sony Outdoor Stage, Los Angeles, CA, USA - 24.04.2013 (ProShot DVD)

A request from Gonzalo. Enjoy! Thanks to Š†©kmªÑ for another great work on authoring the DVD.

DVD Concept  : Circle
DVD Authoring: Š†©kmªÑ




Format                                   : MPEG Video
Format version                           : Version 2
Duration                                 : 51mn 33s
Width                                    : 720 pixels
Height                                   : 576 pixels
Bit rate mode                            : Variable
Bit rate                                 : 5 870 Kbps
Maximum bit rate                         : 9 200 Kbps
Display aspect ratio                     : 16:9
Frame rate                               : 25.000 fps
Standard                                 : PAL

Format                                   : AC-3
Duration                                 : 51mn 33s
Bit rate mode                            : Constant
Bit rate                                 : 224 Kbps
Channel(s)                               : 2 channels


Format                                   : MPEG Video
Format version                           : Version 2
Duration                                 : 8mn 11s
Width                                    : 720 pixels
Height                                   : 576 pixels
Bit rate mode                            : Variable
Bit rate                                 : 5 774 Kbps
Maximum bit rate                         : 9 200 Kbps
Display aspect ratio                     : 16:9
Frame rate                               : 25.000 fps
Standard                                 : PAL

Format                                   : AC-3
Duration                                 : 8mn 11s
Bit rate mode                            : Constant
Bit rate                                 : 224 Kbps
Channel(s)                               : 2 channels

Depeche Mode
MuseumsQuartier, Vienna, Austria
March 24, 2013

01. Angel
02. Should Be Higher
03. Walking in My Shoes
04. Barrel of a Gun
05. Heaven
06. Only When I Lose Myself
07. Personal Jesus
08. Soft Touch/Raw Nerve
09. Soothe My Soul
10. Enjoy the Silence


Depeche Mode
Jimmy Kimmel Live!,
Sony Outdoor Stage, Los Angeles, CA, USA
April 24, 2013

01. Soothe My Soul
02. Heaven


Vienna Machine


Have phun

(¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·. Š†©kmªÑ ··´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯)
(¯`·.¸¸.·´¯ v†Ð€º ßi@†ÇH·´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯)

Magazine - Old Grey Whistle Test Studio, London, UK - 19.09.1978 (Flac)

Thanks to Dutch for Sharing and to S+©kmªÑ for the link to post here.

Original Info File:

Taper : noahwall
Equipment : unknown
Type : TV recording
Generation : mastertape

Lineage; TDK-D c-90 cassette (physical copy from noahwall) > SONY TC-WE435 tapedeck >
M-AUDIO 24/96 audiocard > PC > Adobe Soundbooth 1.0 > WAV 16/44 > Audacity (raising
levels to -0.1 dB + splitting) > TLH > FLAC Level 8 (SB Aligned) ~ 16/44,1kHz

Found this behind a Siouxsie show on one of Noahwall's tape.
Thought i share. If this is snatched a few times i will unshare
and delete. This is not my cup of tea, really



01. Definitive Gaze
02. Give Me Everything

Total Running Time : 00:08:23
Size (FLAC) : 54,56 MB

Monday, 27 May 2013

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - MBE KCRW Session - 20.05.2013 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

Original Info File:
KCRW Radio FM Broadcast
Santa Monica, California.
Source: FM Broadcast

Delayed - Remote Recording With Live Audience From The Apogee Studios, Los Angeles CA. (Recorded April 18th, 2013)

AIRED: Monday May 20th, 2013

Lineage: FM > Onkyo HT-R520 > Analog Out (RCA Plugs) > Phone Jacks In > Zoom H4n @ 16bit - 44.1 KHz >
USB-2 > CD WAVE Tracking > Audacity Fadeout Trk.08 > TLH Checksums Flac.8)->

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds thrilled a room full of fans with a free-wheelin'
live session of songs from their fantastic new album and back catalogue at our
Apogee Studio session. We share it on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

02.Higgs Boson Blues
03.Far From Me
04.The Mercy Seat
06.No More Shall We Part
07.God Is In The House
08.Push The Sky Away


Session Was Edited For Broadcast


David Bowie - Five Years (HD MKV)

The show features previously unseen footage as it looks at how Bowie continually 
evolved from Ziggy Stardust to the Soul Star of Young Americans, to the Thin
White Duke. It also features interviews with all his closest collaborators. iNFO

Title..............: David Bowie Five Years
Source.............: HDTV
Resolution.........: 1280 x 720
Framerate..........: 25 FPS
Video Codec........: X264
Audio..............: AC3 @ 192kbps 48KHz
Size...............: 1.8Gb
Time...............: 1h29m 

Five years

Marillion - Marquee Club, London, UK, 13.08.1982 (Flac)

Thanks to Appick for sending me this recording to share here and to datman8 for sharing it the first time.

Source > Soundboard.

Quality > Excellent.
Lineage > Aiwa AD-F410 Tape Deck > CD Wave > DBPoweramp > Flac level 8 > TLH > Dime.


01 He Knows You Know.
02 The Garden Party.
03 Forgotten Sons.
04 She Chameleon.
05 The Web.
06 Chelsea Monday.
07 Institution Waltz.
08 3 Boats Down From The Candy.
09 Grendel.

Please do not sell or convert to MP3.



Saturday, 18 May 2013

Manorexia (JG Thirwell) - Kampnagel KMH, Hamburg, Germany - 27.04.2013 (Flac)

Excellent audience recording, Thanks to the taper for sharing his recording on DIME.

Original Info File:

Church Audio CA 14 Cardioids > Sony RH1 (PCM-mode) > Hi-MD > Sonic Stage > wav > Audacity (level adjustments, trackmarking, a little leveller for close clapping) > TLH > flac level 8

recorded 8 meters from stage, slightly to the right

J.G. Thirlwell - composition, sampler, keyboard
Tim Parkinson - piano, keyboard
Angharad Davies - violin
Rachel Steadman - violin
Nozomi Cohen - viola
Jessica Cox - cello
Adam Morris - drums, percussion, xylophone

JG Thirwell (a.k.a. Foetus, Steroid Maximus and other incarnations) is one of the most taciturn musicians I've ever seen on stage. Not a word. Not during the performance (a modern string quartett augmented by xylophone, piano, percussion, drums and various samples, Thirwell's active contribution on stage), not afterwards, just a couple of stage bows.

The small Kampnagel KMH venue was nicely filled but not too much, the audience quiet, creating very good recording conditions, very litte audience chatter, a few bottle noises from the bar.

Recording levels were fine except for some of the loud drum parts (tr 04 min 7, 11 and 12 - 14) when I had exceeding levels on the right channel, but only by the drums and high hat, so it didn't really result in any distortion and rather then replace it by the left channel I left it as it is. Lowered the recording levels slightly afterwards, and corrected that (+ 1,5 dB tr 05 onwards).

I cannot offer a setlist, maybe somebody who owns the records can help.

TRT: 76:18 min

01. tuning
04. Tubercular Bells / Anabiosis (?)

Adorable - Psychic Pig, Trowbridge - 21.07.1992 (Flac)

Excellent Audience recording. thanks to the original uploader.

Taper unknown
Ripped from CD to FLAC with EAC


01. Glorious
02. Cut #2
03. Crash Sight
04. I'll Be Your Saint
05. Sunshine Smile
06. Favourite Fallen Idol
07. Homeboy
08. Sistine Chapel Ceiling


Marillion - Pinkpop Festival, Geleen - 11.06.1984 (Flac)

Excellent sound. Another recording from the collecton of our anonimous contributor.


1. Punch & Judy
2. Assasing
3. Jigsaw
4. Incubus
5. Cinderella Search
6. Fugazi
7. Garden Party
8. Market Square Heroes


Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Doom - 25 Years Of Crust (Free Download/Pay What You Want)

Very nice compilation with tracks chosen by the band. The bandcamp page of Moshpit Tragedy also has a free album from Extreme Noise Terror among other bands.

"25 Years of Crust" is a career-spanning collection of DOOM songs, hand picked by the band themselves. It includes songs from their first record all the way up to their upcoming album "Corrupt Fucking System" (to be released summer 2013 on the band's own Black Cloud Records, check out the song"Stripped, Whipped & Crucified, Part I").

Moshpit Tragedy is proud to present this retrospective compilation from the UK crust legends!!

Track Info:

"Antisocial" from split w/ Cress, Flat Earth Records
"Deathlock" from Rush Hour of the Gods
"Monarchy zoo" from S/T, Vinyl Japan
"Reasonable Force" from US tour 7", Black Cloud Records
"Choice?" from split w/ Hiatus, Flat Earth Records
"Trash Breeds Trash" from Doomed Again, Agipunk Records
"Sick With Society" from split w/ Selfish, Ecocentric Records
"A Dream To Come True" from Fuck Peaceville, Profane Existence
"Means to an End" from Peel Sessions, Strange Fruit/Vinyl Japan
"Agree to Differ" from Doomed From the Start, Vinyl Japan
"Can't Smell the Coffee" from World Of Shit, Vinyl Japan
"Exploitation" from Peel Sessions, Strange Fruit/Vinyl Japan
"No Religion" from Doomed Again, Agipunk Records
"Carnivore Christian" from split w/ Extinction of Mankind
"Stripped, Whipped and Crucified" from Corrupt Fucking System

For official DOOM merch & info, visit

download at:

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Bauhaus - Spirit In The Sky - 7'' Bootleg Single (Flac)

A classic 7'' vinyl bootleg.

01. Spirit In The Sky
02. Hollow Hills (Mask Rejected Mix)


Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out! (DVD)

Brilliant sequence of 5 art films from the 60's with fabulous soundtracks, sourced on an Arte TV broadcast.

Video: MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 9610Kbps
Audio: MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 224Kbps

1. "Be-In" USA 1967, 7 min.
Director and writer: Jerry Abrams; music: Blue Cheer (unreleased track)

2. "Beatles Electronique" USA 1966, 6 min.
Directors and writers: Nam June Paik, Jud Yalkut; music: Kenneth Lerner (unreleased)

3. "San Francisco" Great Britain 1967, 15 min.
Director and writer: Anthony Stern; music: Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (unreleased version)

4. "Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable" USA/Great Britain 1967, 12 min.
Director and writer: Ronald Nameth; music: The Velvet Underground (unreleased live versions)

5. "Eyetoon" USA 1967/68, 8 min.
Director and writer: Jerry Abrams; music: David Litwin, Different Fur Trading Co (unreleased)

"Be-In" USA 1967.
Director and writer: Jerry Abrams; music: Blue Cheer (unreleased track)
Captures the spirit and essence of the great San Francisco Human Be-In of January 14, 1967.
Ten thousand people imbued with peace, love and euphoria. Set to hard rock such as only San Francisco blues can produce. "Be-In" features footage of Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Timothy Leary, Michael McClure, Lenore Kandel and The Grateful Dead.

"Beatles Electronique" USA 1966-69.
Directors and writers: Nam June Paik, Jud Yalkut; music: Kenneth Lerner (unreleased)
"Beatles Electronique" is a mesmerizing improvisation that reveals Paik's early engagement with the manipulation of pop cultural material. Against a looped electronic soundtrack, images of the Beatles from "A Hard Day's Night" and performing at Shea Stadium are transformed into an eerily hypnotic study.

"San Francisco" Great Britain 1967/68.
Director and writer: Anthony Stern; music: Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (unreleased version, recorded at Thompson Private Recording Studios on 31 October 1966 (or there about))
Anthony Stern's "San Francisco" could be described as a city film and allied with Jean Vigo's "A Propos de Nice" (France, 1930) and Walther Ruttman's "Berlin: die Sinfonie der Gro?stadt" (Berlin: Symphony of a City, Germany, 1927). (...) The music that accompanies the film is occasionally synched to various San Franciscan musicians - march bands, street musicians, bands on stage - it was, however, recorded in London (...) and was played by The Pink Floyd. The track, 'Interstellar Overdrive', at first drives the film, the flickering and flashing images matching the music's propulsive beat. Later, as the music calms, our attention is led more explicitly to the images. Now the rapid cutting decreases and the film concentrates on a house and the ritualistic occult activity contained therein. (...) These changes in music and image create a focus point and then, as the music returns triumphantly to its original pattern, a grand finale. The use of 'Interstellar Overdrive' came about through an intermix of relations between Stern, The Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett, and filmmaker Peter Whitehead. All three had lived in Cambridge and all three had had painting exhibitions in the same upper room of the Lion and Lamb pub in the village of Milton. Stern later worked on several Whitehead films, including "Tonite Lets All Make Love in London" (1967) and, through his friendship with Barrett, succeeded in bringing the three together again in London. This lead to the use of 'Interstellar Overdrive' in both "Tonite" and then in "San Francisco". William Fowler

"Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable" USA/Great Britain 1967.
Director and writer: Ronald Nameth; music: The Velvet Underground (unreleased live versions)
"The Exploding Plastic Inevitable", sometimes simply called Plastic Inevitable or EPI, was a series of multimedia events organized by Andy Warhol between 1966 and 1967, featuring musical performances by The Velvet Underground & Nico, screenings of Warhol's films, and dancing and performances
by regulars of Warhol's Factory, especially Mary Woronov and Gerard Malanga. "Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable" is also the title of an 18 minute film by Ronald Nameth with recordings from one week of performances of the shows which were filmed in Chicago in 1966. "The Exploding Plastic Inevitable" had its roots in an event staged on January 13, 1966 at a dinner for the New York Society for Clinical Psychiatry. This event, called "Up-Tight", included performances by The Velvet Underground and Nico, along with Malanga and Edie Sedgwick as dancers. Inaugural shows were held the Dom in New York City in April 1966, advertised in The Village Voice as follows: "The Silver Dream Factory Presents The Exploding Plastic Inevitable with Andy Warhol/The Velvet Underground/and Nico."

"Eyetoon" USA 1967/68, 8 min.
Director and writer: Jerry Abrams; music: David Litwin, Different Fur Trading Co (unreleased)
"The sea, tranquil and violent, is the ultimate symbol for Jerry Abrams' 'EYETOON' and the ultimate equivalent to making love - his concern in this short  and visually dazzling film. Abrams contrasts the rushing faces of New York and a highway juggernaut with the peaceful joining of bodies in a Gjon Mili-like  stroboscopic sequence - always with a burbling, flashing maelstrom of emotions underlying and double-exposing with the bodies. It is visually lovely,  technically first-rate and impossible to ignore. The graphic sex is economically handled." - John L. Wasserman, San Francisco Chronicle
"The film 'EYETOON' would seem to be the perfect synthesis of the metaphysical, spiritual and sexual feelings of a sensitive experimental filmmaker." - Reverend Earl Shagley

Tune In

The Residents - Eskimo Outtakes (Flac)

Presumably outtakes or unfinished mixes from the legendary album Eskimo.

Linage unknown



Marillion - Mayfair, Glasgow, Scotland - 13.09.1982 (Flac)

The first of two Marillion show for today, both shared by the anonimous contributor that is willing to share his collecion.

01. Garden party
02. The Web
03. He knows You Know
04. She Chameleon
05. Three Biats Down From The candy
06. Market Square Heroes
07. Forgoten Sons


Marillion - Wharehouse, Liverpool, UK - 26.08.1982 (Flac)

A Classic bootleg. Another contribution by the anonimous collaborator who's interested to share his Marillion collection, so expect more to come in th near future. A big thank you to him.


01. Forgotten Sons
02. Garden party
03. She Chameleon
04. He Knows You Know
05. The web
06. Institution Waltz
07. Three Boats Down Fro Candy
08. Market Square Heroes
09. Margaret


Saturday, 11 May 2013

DCR Vinyl Club #1 : James Ray & The Performance – Mexico Sundown Blues - 7'' Single (flac)

I'm transfering my vinyl collection to FLAC, some of them are interesting so I'll put them here. Starting with the promo 7'' Version of this single, wich contains a different B-Side, a longer instrumental version.

A Mexico Sundown Blues (Radio Edit)     3:02    
B Mexico Sundown Blues (Instrumental)     6:33    

Producer – Andrew Eldritch
written-By – Harrison, Ray
Vinyl #1

Marianne Faithfull - Arena del Mare, Porto Antico di Genova, Italy - 26.07.2011 (Flac)

Excellent FM broadcast of the Concert on the "Just Like a Woman" festival.

Original Info File:

(stereo) FM radio broadcast by "Il Cartellone - Radio Tre Suite Jazz", Radio 3 RAI [third channel of Italian national radio], on wednesday 28 December 2011, 20:45 hours [CET].

Lineage (FM > wav > flacs > web):
Sony ST-S370 tuner > Sony PCM-D50 linear PCM recorder > 44.100khz/16bit wav on Sony Memory Stick ProDuo [mark2] > usb > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta (editing and track splitting) > 44.100khz/16bit flac's (level 8) > webtorrenting

originally upped by survivor69 on TradersDen, a big Thank You to him.

with Katherine St.John: piano, english horn, hammond organ, saxes, accordion, oboe, direction + Doug Pettibone: guitars + Rory McFarlane: bass + Martyn Barker: drums

(00-radio introduction by Pino Saulo)  7.03
01-Horses and High Heels 
02-Why Did We Have To Part
04-There Is a Ghost
05-The Crane Wife
06-Prussian Blue
07-Back in Babes' Arms Again
08-Going Back
09-Love Song
10-band's intro
11-Sister Morphine
12-Sing Me Back Home (Before I Die)
13-Broken English
14-As Tears Go By
15-Working Class Hero
16-Incarceration Of A Flower Child
17-Strange Weather
18-radio outro  0.51

running time : 81'12" (without radio intro and outro, so to fit an overburned single CDR)
(WITH radio intro and outro, it would be 89'06")


Thursday, 9 May 2013

Grimes - Geidi Prime / Halfaxa (Free Download/Pay What You Want)

Grimes is giving away hers 2 album on bandcamp on a donation basis. You can always support her by paying something, but if you can't, the download is free anyway.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

How to Destroy Angels - Vic Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA - 23.04.2013 (Flac)

Very good sounding recording. Thanks to tjhe taper for sharing his recording.

!All musical loveliness within is credited to its creators and performers!
*Support the artist(s) when able*

Jon G.

LoC Balcony, E101 (Row 9)

1 - From taper
> Church Audio CA-14c (Hat-mount, 6" spacing)
> Roland Edirol R-09HR 3.00 (Mic-in, PiP, HiSens, +34, 24-bit/96kHz WAV)
> 8GB SanDisk Ultra II SDHC
> Transfer to PC
> TLH (FLAC Lvl. 8, FFP)
> CD Wave 1.98 (Tracking, exported as 24-bit/96kHz WAV)
> Sony Sound Forge 10.0c (Channels balanced, EQ, light compression, fades, dithered/resampled/saved-as 16-bit/44.1kHz WAV)
> TLH (FLAC Lvl. 8, FFP)
> Foobar2000 1.1.14 (Tagging)
> Seeded via Dime/TTD
> *Insert your name here for proper lineage*

How to Destroy Angels is:
Alessandro Cortini - Bass guitar, keys
Mariqueen Maandig - Vocals, keys
Trent Reznor - Vocals, guitar, keys
Atticus Ross - Keys
Rob Sheridan - Keys

1] I'm not an enormous Reznor fan, but another taper I know is, and got me interested in going out to
   tape his projects, primarily NIN, but that will have to wait for a little while longer. I wasn't
   very impressed with the studio material, although it certainly isn't bad, but I found it far more
   enjoyable in a live setting, but still not quite my thing. Of some note, is that this was one of
   three shows to sell out, and I believe the only one to have sold out during the general pre-sale.
   The other two were/are the show in San Francisco, and the show next week in New York. Plenty of
   tickets were available on StubHub for this show, though, and I don't know many people were inside
   as compared to the amount of tickets sold, but, both the balcony and floor were packed.

2] I'm always pleased when I find myself at the Vic because it's a rather nice venue. Though it may
   be lightly dilapidated on the inside, the sightlines are very good in the balcony, the seats are
   still comfortable enough, and the sound is excellent and what I consider to the be the highlight
   of going to the Vic Theatre. Thus far, the Vic is the venue I've pulled at the most in my taping
   ventures and I've always left with something rather nice to listen to, this being no exception.

3] Aside from the Vic's excellent sound, the crowd was mostly respectable. As was noted in another
   HTDA torrent, everyone here was very chatty, but largely during the opener (which wasn't DIIV for
   us, unfortunately, as they had been trapped in a snow storm) and not during HtDA. The people directly
   in front of me weren't talkers by any means and didn't clap as far as I noticed, and though I had
   a ham-slapper to my right, she isn't as prominent as I had feared. Lots of hoots and hollers
   during HtDA, particularly when either Trent or Mariqueen did anything remotely interesting, and
   one right behind me at some point, but nothing terrible.

 Play Time - 01:19:55

The Wake-Up
Keep it Together
And the Sky Began to Scream
Ice Age
The Believers
How Long?
Welcome Oblivion
The Space in Between (SONOIO Remix)
The Loop Closes > Band Intro
A Drowning
On the Wing
Strings and Attractors
We Fade Away

Douglas J McCarthy (of Nitzer Ebb) - The Echo, Los Angeles, CA - 07.04.2013 (Flac)

Another excellent recording shared by mixter_ on DIME,a HUGE thank you to him!

"Love Your Enemies"


Lineage / Equipment:

15' from rail / 12' from ceiling stacks / dead center / fob  -> 6.5' h -> slavesound omni's ->
custom bb - no bass roll-off -> edirol r09 (24/48) -> sandisk 16gb 15mb/s sd -> reader ->
audition 3.0 - slight level boost (+2dB l) (no normalization) -> har-bal 2.3 slight eq (bass
attenuate, treble boost) -> audition 3.0 - de-clap process (small portion of "chant") dither
to 16/44.1 -> cd wave editor (track split) -> tlh (flac 8, etc...) -> DIME -> you -> sense of
enjoyment -> sharing is caring -> support the artist (yes) -XX convert to mp3 (no!!!).

K.I.L.L. = Keep It LossLess, My Friends

Performed by...

Douglas J McCarthy - Vocals
Uncredited - Tip Top Analogue Console Operator

The artist / performance...

Best known (or perhaps not) as the imposing frontman with the Italian suits and Aviator sunglasses of EBM Dance Industrial outfit Nitzer Ebb, Douglas J's contribution to the world of electronic dance music has been greatly overlooked over the years. Still, songs like "Murderous" (prominently featured in an episode of "The Following" last week) have crept into the fabric of mainstream culture. I'm not quite sure that you'll be hearing the Teutonic verses of "Control, I'm Here" or "Join In The Chant" in the next Toyota commercial. Still the music has an enduring and endearing quality that seems to maintain its relevancy today. After a 30 year association with N.E.P., as a vocal collaborator with Terrence Fixmer and "gun for hire" for Recoil, Motor, et al, Mr. McCarthy has found his solo voice.
Last year he produced a stunning work of electronica and synth dance in the form of "Kill Your Friends" produced by fame Mode / Bjork producer Mark Bell. Unfortunately Pylon Records did a poor job in promoting the release.

Douglas' in-store performance and signing at Amoeba last year only attracted 25 or 30 fans. This hardly seems possible for someone of his note. The 2009-11 Nitzer Ebb reunion attracted very positive reviews and near capacity audiences around the world. They even enjoyed a 30+ date European opening slot with former label mates, Depeche Mode.
Last night's crowd of 150 or so was much better. After 2 1/2 years, Douglas makes his return to the L.A. hipster village of Silverlake this time upstairs at the echo. The audience (as perusual for this community) was pretty sedate with only a handful of dancers. Most were content to hangout around the bar area (12 ft to my left). There's not much in the form of audience chatter directly on mic on the recording as most were poltie enough and content to watch Doug's bold moves and grand jestures.

Those that were not can be heard as a murmur in the background. The set was comprised of material from the new album and N.E.P. classic "Join In The Chant". Some of the new tracks sound like they were ideas comprised during the recording of Industrial Complex. The pulsating driving beat of "Move On" reminds me a bit of "Promises" while "Love In The Backroom" is an obvious sequel to "Down On Your Knees". Perhaps that is where the similarities end. The production on this release has a more electronica feel rather than an industrial sound. The downtempo of "Death Is King" is among Doug's
best work to date IMHO. Also, the languid beats of Evil Love sound like something from Alan Wilder's songbook. If you are (or were) a fan of N.E.P. or DM, do yourself a favour and pick up DJM's latest.

You won't be disappointed. I guarantee it!

Please note: This guarantee does not apply to "Delta Machine". ;-).

The recording...

Pulled from the golden triangle from 2 pretty hot ceiling stacks. Omnis picked up a bit of wayward chatter at times. No whistlers or loud clappers (except for 20 seconds or so of "Join In The Chant"). That's just "not cool" (thankfully) for this kind of crowd. Vocals are clear and distinctive. This is Douglas Fucking McCarthy after all. Expect no less.

Note: a small amount of amplification was applied throughout the recording to balance the levels. No normalization was applied.

Please support the artist by buying his new album "Kill Your Friends" on both CD and LP (Vinyl). The Vinyl edition comes with a bonus CD of remixes. i-Pad users may want to impress, who else? their friends of course, with the heptagram infused "Kill Your Friends" leather folio. It's sure to attract (undue) attention at your office...


Now an Angelino resident, Doug could be seen @ Jimmy Kimmel Live on 04/24 to see his Basildon pals, Depeche Mode. Doug will be supporting Mode once again on select European dates during the Delta Machine Tour.

Oh and if you enjoy the stylings of...

Nitzer Ebb, Fixmer/McCarthy, Depeche Mode, Recoil, Motor, NIN, HTDA...




01. Taken
02. Nothing After This
03. Demon Prophet
04. All Kind Of Wrong
05. Evil Love
06. The Last Time
07. Love In The Back Room
08. Death Is King
09. Move On
10. Join In The Chant*



The Echo

Adorable - Slim's, San Francisco, USA - 11.08.1993 (Flac)

Very Good sounding recording. Thanks to the original uploader on DIME.

Audience Cassette Master (Sony D-6 & Sonic Studio mics) -> Nakamichi 682ZX -> Sony PCM R-300 DAT (d/a conversion only) -> e-mu 0404 -> Sonar 6LE -> Nero (level boost) -> cd wav -> flac level 8

01 I'll Be Your Saint
02 Cut #2
03 Glorious
04 Favourite Fallen Idol
05 Crash Sight
06 Kangaroo Court
07 Sunshine Smile
08 Summerside
09 A To Fade In
10 Homeboy
11 Sistine Chapel Ceiling


dreDDup - Remixes & Covers (Free Download)

dreDDup comes from Novi Sad, Serbia. They play massacre industrial music since 1997 and have 5 albums released around the globe. They destroy stages!

Visit their bandcamp website, where you can get this 18 tracks collection of Remixes, covers and collaborations for a free/Pay what you want download.

Saturday, 4 May 2013

Dead Can Dance - MBE KCRW Session - 19.04.2013 (Flac and Video)

A Better version than the one already posted here, this time in Flac. Also included is the HD video. Thanks to the original uploaders.

KCRW Radio FM Broadcast
Santa Monica, California.
Source: FM Broadcast

Remote Live Session From The Village Studio, West Los Angeles, California

AIRED:Friday April 19th, 2013


Lineage: FM > Onkyo HT-R520 > Analog Out (2 - RCA Mono Out) > 2 - 1/4 Inch Mono Phone Jacks In >Zoom H4n @ 16bit - 44.1 KHz > CD WAVE Tracking > TLH Checksums Flac.8)->

We host a rare session with magnificent duo Dead Can Dance. They
are a truly unique and legendary outfit who evoke music of the Middle Ages.

02.Children Of The Sun
04.Amnesia (intro only)
06.(Station Break-Tech Problems)
07.Rising Of The Moon


A rather long intro/interview with some technical problems. However the music part sounds flawless

The Band:

Lisa Gerrard - Vox, Yangqin,
Brendan Perry - Vox, Bazouki & Percussion,
Astrid Williamson - Keyboards, Vox,
Julian Maxwell - Keyboards, Vox,
Dan Gresson - Drums & Percussion,
David Kuckhermann - Percussion


Stream/Audition This Show @
Remember, The Streams Can Sound Very Lossy.
Setlist And Info Copied From KCRW's Website
They're Often Incorrect @


Source: => Adobe HDS Downloader => FLV => YOU


01.Children Of The Sun
03.Amnesia (intro only)
05.Rising Of The Moon

Ripped by: hunter212