Archive release of episode 136 of Razor Blade Dance Floor.
Originally published on May 30, 2010
Original show notes from this episode:
The Midi Ghetto Tour recap episode. I spent 10 days on the road with 16volt, Chemlab and Left Spine Down, and here is my attempt to compress 10 days on the road in to the tight confines of a 2 hour show.
Hear my less than detailed stories of the shows that took place in St. Louis, Chicago, Toronto, Ottawa, London, Montreal, Providence, New York City and Cleveland.
Also hear of my interactions with fans of Razor Blade Dance Floor, fans of the bands on the tour, and the members of bands such as Defcon, Everything Goes Cold, Doomsday Virus, Android Lust, Neuroplague, Christ Analogue, Caustic, Unter Null, Neuroplague, I, Parasite and Bile, amongst others.
Also hear of my chance to smooze with the labels that I have supported on this show, such as Primordial Music, Bit Riot Records, Metropolis Records and WTII Records.
Here is the tracks that I play on the show:
- Murder Happens – Dead and Spun [Dead World and Dying Suns] (2009)
- Defcon – Last Chance [Flat Black Philosophy] (2010)
- Promonium Jesters [Rust (Long)] (2010)
- MDM – Das Ist Krieg (American Reich) [Modern Digital Militia] (2007)
- 16volt – American Porn Song (Skold) [American Porn Song – Remixed] (2010)
- Everything Goes Cold – Don’t Quit Your Day Job [Everything Goes Cold vs. General Failure] (2009)
- Chemlab – Solar Max (The Jimmy Semtex Coil) [Electronic Saviors: Industrial Music To Cure Cancer] (2010)
- Doomsday Virus – Life Sux (And Then You Die) [Drink The Kool-Aid] (2008)
- Left Spine Down – Reset (Man & Machines Remix) [Smartbomb 2.3: The Underground Mixes) (2009)
- Android Lust – Lover Thine [Devour, Rise and Take Flight] (2006)
- I, Parasite – Garbage Man [The Sick Are Not Healing] (2010)
- Bile – World Up Your Ass [Hate Radio] (2009)
- Neuroplague – Sensorburn (Genetically Altered) [Altered] (2008)
- Filament 38 – Paralyze [Frail EP] (2010)
- Prude – Darkroom [Gears Gone Wild] (2008)
- Cyanotic – Fashion Victim [Medication Generation] (2010)
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