Words + Mix JOSH CHEON
Most of these songs came from my teenage years when I would mail order Wax Trax! titles and check off the boxes on the inventory list that came with their records. Other songs immediately summon the dark, foggy dancefloor of The Bank, a former goth club in New York City, where I would go dancing every weekend.
I wanted to combine my favorites from this era of my life alongside some classic spooky acid-house songs and other sample-filled horror soundtracks…
Ralf Hennings – John Carpenter’s Christine
Fad Gadget – For Whom The Bells Toll
Skinny Puppy- The Choke (Re-Grip)
Ministry – We Believe
Signal Aout 42 – Pro Patria (Instrumental)
Beta Evers – Don’t Be Afraid
Helen – Witch
Death in June – The Calling (Mk II)
Modern English – Life In The Gladhouse
Sisters of Mercy – Dominion/Mother Russia
My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult – The Days of Swine and Roses
Bam Bam – Where’s Your Child?
Psychic TV – Alien Be-In (Silent Servant Remix)
Zsa Zsa Laboum – Something Scary
Slick Master Rick – Brothers And Sisters House On 13th Street
Goblin – Flashing
Trisomie 21 The Last Song
The Cure – Charlotte Sometimes
Q. Lazzarus – Goodbye Horses
Read our Label of the Month feature on Dark Entries here for a look at how the Bay Area imprint became such a trusted home for twisted dance tracks.