Erol Alkan has uploaded his full DJ set from his recent support slot for Manic Street Preachers on the Holy Bible tour. Listen below.
Warming up for the Welsh rockers, Alkan played a genre-defying set that spanned the decades, from vintage New Order through to the likes of Echo and the Bunnymen, Wire, Magazine, Kraftwerk and a wealth of other unknown hits.
The set also undeniably plays to the Manics' well documented influence in Berlin-era Bowie and the Krautrock greats, maintaining an ominous yet calculated feel throughout.
Listen to the mix in full below:
The Manics' recent Holy Bible dates were critically acclaimed across the board, with fans revelling in the fact they could hear the seminal album live in full for the first time.
Check out the full tracklist from Erol Alkan's supporting set below:
Krokodilo Theme - Cut Hands
Elegia - New Order
Uranium - Kraftwerk
Makes Your Mouth Go Funny - Cabaret Voltaire
V-2 Schneider - David Bowie
Super - Neu!
Taking Sides Again - Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
Film 2 - Grauzone
Turn To Red - Killing Joke
How Much Are They? - Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble & Jaki Liebezeit
Poptones - Public Image Ltd
Holland Tunnel Dive - IMPLOG
Hands 2 Take - Flying Lizards
Congo Conga - Siouxie & The Banshees
Shadowplay - Joy Division
I Can't Escape Myself - The Sound
I Should Have Known Better - Wire
Definitive Gaze - Magazine
Filmen - Kitchen And The Plastic Spoons
A Different Kind Of Tension - Buzzcocks
The Cutter - Echo & The Bunnymen
I Travel (Original Extended 12" Remix) - Simple Minds
Click here to read our full review of the Holy Bible shows.