So, new week, new feature here at SBL… Introducing SBL Radio, a new weekly playlist, modelled after the Spotify “Discover Weekly” playlist, but of course (of course) different.

This is meant to be a completely subjective overview of what I’ve been listening to, stumbled over, ran into or gotten run over by in the course of the forgotten week. An eclectic hodge-podge of everything imaginable from pop to the wildest avantgarde or free jazz. Only requirement: it has to have gripped me in some kind – in effect being either strange, beautiful or lifegiving to me. So, in a way, this is an extra bonus for the voyeurs out there to stalk me and mess around in my inner listenings. Whoopee!

Now, given that this site is of course more or less an outlet for personal written masturbation of words upon words – this will be the one place where the music gets to speak entirely for itself – not a single squeek of commentary from yours truly…

So, every monday the list will be purged and archived – and new tracks will be added. And a post will be created with the details of the week’s worth of tracks, for those who might be interested :-)

Without further ado – here’s the first issue of SBL-Radio – feel free to subscribe, share, comment, critique, call me a fat asshole, whatever…

(This is an archived version of this volume – to subscribe to the weekly-updated playlist, go here )

 1. Cathedral – Jaded Entity. From the 1993 album The Ethereal Mirror – Facebook – Wikipedia – BandCamp

2. Gnod – Bodies For Money. From the upcoming album Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine – Wikipedia – BandCamp

3. Goat – Golden Dawn. From the 2012 album World Music – Facebook – Wikipedia – BandCamp

4. Depeche Mode – Where’s The Revolution. From the upcoming album Spirit – Facebook – Wikipedia

5. Moon Duo – White Rose. From the 2017 album Occult Architecture Vol. 1 – Facebook – BandCamp

6. Gloson – Cringe. From the upcoming album Grimen – Facebook – BandCamp

7. Iron Reagan – More War. – From the 2017 album Crossover Ministry – Facebook – Wikipedia – BandCamp

8. Full Of Hell – Amber Mote. From the 2015 EP Amber Mote In The Black Vault – Facebook – Wikipedia – BandCamp

9. Kairon; IRSE! – Starik. From the 2017 album Ruination – Facebook – BandCamp

10. Nash The Slash – R.S.V.P. From the 1982 album And You Thought You Were Normal – Facebook – Wikipedia – BandCamp

11. Grey Aura – De Wind Blies. – From the 2016 album Waerachtighe beschryvinghe van drie seylagien, ter werelt noyt soo vreemt ghehoort – Facebook – BandCamp

12. Wrath From Above – They Came At Night. From the 2017 album Beyond Ruthless Cold – Facebook – BandCamp

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Description English: Radio “Eroica”, manufacturer “ZRK” (Poland) 1960, cropped background / Date 5 May 2013, 22:34:13 / Source / Author Tomek Goździewicz