A playlist dedicated to those working late tonight

Who wants to freakin’ work tonight? Me! And you! Let’s do this.

Brendan O’Keefe (Cuticle, Ginseng) sent this in an email. Thank you Brendan!

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Noir DJ Ginseng set from a gig:

Gin§eng BLACK IS ALL U SEE mix Autumn’12 by Detrivore on Mixcloud

Ministry – Everyday is Halloween
Trisomie 21 – The Devil Inside Me
White Car – 2nd Month of the Year
Clan of Xymox – Stranger
Sisters of Mercy – Black Planet
Jealousy – I Want Your Sons & Daughters
Xander Harris – Red Sky Sprawl
Death in June – Little Black Angel
Ginseng – Bodybag
Frozen Autumn – Is Everything Real?
Stay+&Ceremony – Eyes
Geto Boys – Mind Playing Trix (Robudog Edit)



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