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« on: November 21, 2018, 03:05:46 AM »

I only know of two.

1. RFS: Chaos Sedated - http://www.radiofreesatan.com/category/chaossedated/

This podcast is mostly music but it's a great selection of eclectic "dark" music. The times I've listened to it the tunes have really put me in a good place and the narrator has a calm quiet voice. He sometimes provides more info than others. Honestly I wish he would go into the informational parts a little more with more talking but the music is great so no complaints.

2. Harsh Truths: https://harshtruthspodcast.wordpress.com/

This podcast is mostly talking and interviews. I don't think I've made it through a whole one yet, for some reason interviews of noise artists are getting really stale to me in general - maybe because I feel like I've heard it all but I should give this one another try. I do like the narrators though and they feature a lot of great artists.

Anyone have any comments or know of any other podcasts?
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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2018, 11:50:19 AM »

I've listened to one of the above mentioned podcasts, couple of guys talking about noise.... each to their own but personally found it to be a strange use of one's time to listen to others having a conversation when I could spin an album instead.

The radio show type affair makes much more sense. Same goes for those things where artists are chosen to hand pick a playlist, I think one of the users on this board does one of these that Scatmother recently took part in.
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« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2018, 01:44:33 PM »

Harsh Truths is great, long format interviews with artists, nice while commuting or doing menial work and drown out to. Quite personal to, very different than most written interview publications.

I like the Brvtalist, although it's focus is on techno and electronic music rather than industrial, but sometimes there is a glimmer noise to be found.

Doesn't Heathen Harvest have a podcast at this point, if they still exist? - yes, it seem they do and do have a podcast thing going on, but not very frequent.


 
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« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2018, 10:15:24 PM »

Heathen Harvest has a podcast, and we are definitely alive and well.

Have a listen

https://heathenharvest.org/2018/11/09/the-forest-passage-33-craig-williams-and-the-cult-of-golgotha/

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« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2018, 10:45:41 PM »

The Antidote podcast is basically two Australian guys reviewing like 3 albums each episode. Mostly it leans toward noise music and some ambient/electronic/avant-garde/etc. I like it a lot.

https://theantidotepodcast.com/

Would love to hear some more podcasts in the same vein with emphasis on the talking rather than playing the music, and discussing rather than interviewing.
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« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2018, 11:41:06 PM »

The Antidote podcast is basically two Australian guys reviewing like 3 albums each episode. Mostly it leans toward noise music and some ambient/electronic/avant-garde/etc. I like it a lot.

https://theantidotepodcast.com/

Would love to hear some more podcasts in the same vein with emphasis on the talking rather than playing the music, and discussing rather than interviewing.


a bit of self-promotion. I'm one of the hosts for Motel Hell on which we cover noise/industrial music pretty frequently. We now do shorter episodes on our off weeks called the Bearded Dick's Musical Fun Time which is a similar format to above podcast. Three albums get reviewed and then one video game/comic book/book/movie gets recommended. It's not always noise related but it often is. In the older Motel Hell episodes the reviews were part of the larger episode. Noise and related stuff gets covered on the main podcast pretty frequently and we did a two part episode on the Finnish noise scene and an interview with Mike Finklea (Striations).

https://soundcloud.com/user-658220512
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« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2018, 12:15:43 AM »

all praise to HARSH TRUTHS -- particularly the KOUFAR/TCU and DETERGE interviews. and "the shame cup" episode was one of the funniest things i've heard in a long time..
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« Reply #7 on: October 02, 2019, 10:42:07 AM »

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2. Harsh Truths: https://harshtruthspodcast.wordpress.com/

This podcast is mostly talking and interviews. I don't think I've made it through a whole one yet, for some reason interviews of noise artists are getting really stale to me in general - maybe because I feel like I've heard it all but I should give this one another try. I do like the narrators though and they feature a lot of great artists.

The new episode featuring Richard Ramirez is fucking brilliant. Three hours duration, but definitely worth your time.
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« Reply #8 on: October 04, 2019, 02:50:43 PM »

I don't know how did I miss this before. Listened the humor episode, which was indeed amusing enough. Ramirez episode was good. My personal preference would have been that it would have been edited down to 1h of noise. No problem with fashion either, but the emotional side of things gets a bit too much for my taste. I am aware there are the people who have "fights" and "falling outs" and stop "talk to eachother" type of things, yet being as far as possible of drama is usually my preference. In case of artist interview, it may be justified topic as it most definitely effects his artistic output, but editing down 3h episode could make it better - mainly from perspective that it would be easier for other than total ramirez fans.
Already as it is, it is safe to say, especially for Ramirez fans, this has totally unique and never-heard-before information from one of the legendary harsh noise makers, so if 3h seems too much to deal with - easy to take three sessions.

Now, have to start going backwards to the old episodes when there is time to do so.
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« Reply #9 on: October 25, 2019, 03:51:31 PM »



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":zoviet*france: present A Duck in a Tree, a 60 minute continuous mix of some of the best genre-refusing, zero BPM, hypnatropic and maximinimalist recordings that have grabbed their attention."

Going to try this out when I get off of work, playlists look pretty good.   Not just more popular acts, but some lesser-knowns, friends, and acquaintances. 
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« Reply #10 on: October 26, 2019, 05:05:35 PM »

Harsh Truths Podcast Episode 11 Richard Ramirez

In general speak, people associate the enormity of a catalog with Merzbow, but after about an hour of this podcast, I was reminded of how massive RR's catalog is.  No shit, Sherlock.  But in that thought, I was wondering if it would even be possible to make a family tree of RR's recordings with any accuracy.  Not only massive, but very complicated with all his named projects and collaborators.  Something that will likely get lost to time.  The only hope would be to sit down with RR himself and draw out a tree and try to create a history.  Could it approach 1000 releases?  What does his recording archive look like?  Must be an entire room.   How organized is he?  Would it benefit from a dedicated archivist?  I've asked this before about Merzbow and Eric Wood, and probably another one or two, but add RR to the list.  It's nuts.
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« Reply #11 on: October 26, 2019, 11:17:03 PM »

Harsh Truths Podcast Episode 11 Richard Ramirez

In general speak, people associate the enormity of a catalog with Merzbow, but after about an hour of this podcast, I was reminded of how massive RR's catalog is.  No shit, Sherlock.  But in that thought, I was wondering if it would even be possible to make a family tree of RR's recordings with any accuracy.  Not only massive, but very complicated with all his named projects and collaborators.  Something that will likely get lost to time.  The only hope would be to sit down with RR himself and draw out a tree and try to create a history.  Could it approach 1000 releases?  What does his recording archive look like?  Must be an entire room.   How organized is he?  Would it benefit from a dedicated archivist?  I've asked this before about Merzbow and Eric Wood, and probably another one or two, but add RR to the list.  It's nuts.
I would think it surpasses 1000 at this point. It has to. I'm not sure if he has everything he's recorded, but I would imagine a bunch has been lost due to how vast it is.
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« Reply #12 on: October 27, 2019, 12:37:17 AM »

...I would imagine a bunch has been lost due to how vast it is.

For proof of that, simply look to some of the recent Deadline / Room 2A re-releases. I picked up the Black Leather Jesus / MSBR, Sonic Destruction reissue. Original (c)1995. Reissue (c)2019. Inside the J-card reads,

" *tracks taken from a vinyl transfer due to master tapes missing."
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« Reply #13 on: November 05, 2019, 03:16:33 PM »

https://harshtruthspodcast.wordpress.com/2019/11/03/episode-12-unsustainable-social-condition/

New episode. Good one. While I am not absolute gear freak, could be more noise making talk. It is focused plenty of what could be perhaps summed.. "scene talk"? Format and the CD praise thumbs up! haha...
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« Reply #14 on: November 06, 2019, 09:23:47 PM »

https://harshtruthspodcast.wordpress.com/2019/11/03/episode-12-unsustainable-social-condition/

New episode. Good one. While I am not absolute gear freak, could be more noise making talk. It is focused plenty of what could be perhaps summed.. "scene talk"? Format and the CD praise thumbs up! haha...


I struggle with the guy’s sincerity and the scene talk and I think it could do with more editing but it is a great project despite that.

The Ramirez and Cremation Lily episodes are excellent. Ditto Shame Cup. The rest I’ve heard are mixed and some were quite bad.

Still something I will look forward to hearing more of though.
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