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What does sput like to jam straight from the airwaves!? Be it podcasts, music discussion or people who actually know their shit when it comes to selecting music. All countries accepted obvs. List is figs.
Rocks my morning with freaks everwhere. Noise/Post-Punk
Underrated in these parts, also freaky but with tits and in the future. Industrial/Post-Punk
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
For those who like sweet and short tale of silence with torn apart children. Folk/Dim Lights
|4||Boards Of Canada|
A Few Old Tunes
I don't even believe that BOC made this but it's still some great shit. Idm/Trickster
Opener Opener Opener Opener Opener Opener Opener Opener. Folk/Sexysmoothlord
You know when an old jazz album starts with an exclamation mark it's gonna boast it with meaning. Free Jazz
Coming Down: Sessions In April
This was ok, I'm all for Ellias branching out and hope he'll get better at whatever the hell he tried here, also new record soon. Drone/Dirty Angst
Loving this, sheer badassitude got tuned down in favor of elegance wich ended up in quite a feelsy and swagger filled record. Noise Rock/Fever
Tales of the Forgotten Melodies
Just discovered this oldschool sample based gem from my country, good surprises every day. Hip-Hop/Dj Shadow Worship
He's coming to town soon in the concert room I work for, Hype! Jap Psych/Free Improv whatev
Hail to the Thief
Y'all remember we're here to share and talk about radio and podcasts though right?
|techno mixes nowadays|
the most soviet russian thing ever
|Sam Harris and Dan Carlin|
also, Blame It On Outer Space y'all should check out
|Literally the only time I listen to the radio is one when my alarm goes off in the morning.|
|I mostly listen to 93.3's Preston and Steve in the morning and sports radio on the way home from work. The indie station around here is ok, but the "alt rock" station (93.3) is still playing fucking Bush's "Glycerine" like it's the greatest thing ever.|
Podcasts, I listen to WTF, Nerdist, SYSK. Podcasts are awesome for long drives. They made me hate my long commute less before I moved.
Here in France I jam Nova 101.5 a lot wich has a great mix of trip-hop, afrobeat, neoclassical stuff, electronic, noise rock, chanson française and even a bunch of weirdness every now and then. Great interviews with people involved in the arts in general too. Only drawback is that they had to abide to adds for their financing.
Theres also FIP 105.1, also very diverse but more inclined towards jazz, chill downtempo vibes but also some groovy post-punk (they can easily go from early Sigur Ros to Suicide for instance).
Podcast wise I have no idea what to listen to, I work for my uni radio in Tours with mates so I do some myself but only to talk about flicks or music in flicks.
Edit: oh and KEXP webradio has been on my airwaves a lot recently