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      CommentAuthorTheremina
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2008 edited
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    Jesse Kaminsky's The Intercontinental

    Popular and unpopular International music on the radio.
    The Intercontinental plays international impurities from the intercontinent. Tune into the sounds of the Finnish Underground, Tuvan Rock, Asian Psychedelic, Russian Lounge, and Inuit beat boxing, etc.

    SO good.
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    Oh, nice find, Mer...
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      CommentAuthorcarney
    • CommentTimeJun 25th 2008
     (1315.23)
    We just did an interview with Kevin Booth the director of american drug war. If your interested check it out here=

    http://www.aelturnity.com/ripple/
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    Primarily hip-hop orientated with offshoots into all sorts of other things, I heartily recommend the Village Voice Status ain't Hood.

    The notes for the latest episode:

    It's pretty outside, so we don't know why we're doing this, but this week we've got cold, unforgiving new songs from Killer Mike, Keak da Sneak with Prodigy and Alchemist, Wire, and Nachtmystium.
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      CommentAuthormanikmoon
    • CommentTimeJul 9th 2008
     (1315.25)
    Bullets From the Belfry 8 up now after a slight delay ....

    In the darkness of the industrial we discover
    The great machine is dead
    But the music haunts us still.
    Noise and rhythm
    The dreaming of ghosts.
    Another eclectic cool adventure.



    bullets 8
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      CommentAuthormanikmoon
    • CommentTimeSep 4th 2008
     (1315.26)
    From haunting and seductive
    To downright nasty
    ALWAYS
    A thrill.
    Ankst, Nul, Cyvergence, Vertical Blanking Unit, Distimia, New Digital Sound and Men Without God

    Bullets from the Belfry 9

    Bullets 9
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      CommentAuthoroutlawpoet
    • CommentTimeSep 4th 2008
     (1315.27)
    I've been listening to The Tragically Nameless Podcast for years, just because the author's taste is so radically different than my own. The archive is well worth it. The author is occasionally very silly, but he's young, and you have to give a man some wierdness over 192 episodes.

    I miss the old tagline "Hardcore music, and angry ramblings, from a midwestern teenager". But I guess he's not a teen anymore, went to college elsewhere, and has mellowed a bit in musical taste.
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    Tiesto's Club Life is the only music podcast I listen to, but I have all of them downloaded on my iPod (and believe me, there's a boatload.) I'd link you to it, but I'm at work right now and don't have access to iTunes, but if you do a search for Tiesto, "Radio 538" should come up, and that's what you're looking for.

    Edit: You can also catch it online.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeSep 4th 2008
     (1315.29)
    Fairtilizer is good. Great range, electronic and not.

    Recommend the Modeselektor mix.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeSep 4th 2008
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    Oops, forgot Rinse FM for dubstep / bassline business.
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    Radio Goethe: All German music. Out of San Francisco, Arndt Peltner does an hour every week. Genres vary: Metal, Rock, Electronic, Folk, Medieval, etc.
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      CommentAuthoroldhat
    • CommentTimeSep 5th 2008
     (1315.32)
    @Thermina thank you SO much for suggesting the Intercontinental. It is now my all-time favorite podcast. I'm sad that I can't get any of the past episodes though.
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      CommentAuthoroleoleo
    • CommentTimeSep 6th 2008 edited
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    I don't see Solid Steel represented yet. Here: http://www.ninjatune.net/solidsteel/

    edit: I get most of my music through music blogs and net labels, too many to list.
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      CommentAuthoroleoleo
    • CommentTimeSep 6th 2008
     (1315.34)
    Okay, two that I should mention (again?)

    NetAudio Russia http://www.netaudio.ru/

    which seems to be tied from/into

    Musica Excentrica http://www.excentrica.org/
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      CommentAuthorJay Kay
    • CommentTimeSep 8th 2008
     (1315.35)
    Here's one I found recently.

    I think with a tagline like "Strange music for Strange People," you guys might enjoy this.
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      CommentAuthorTheremina
    • CommentTimeSep 17th 2008
     (1315.36)
    You're welcome, Robin. I'll ask Jesse why there isn't a cache of old episodes available...
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      CommentAuthormanikmoon
    • CommentTimeNov 11th 2008
     (1315.37)
    In my endless quest to expose the unknown:
    Bullets From The Belfry episode 11 up now at http://nbtdarkelectric.podomatic.com/
    a super eclectic mix from cabaret to cold wave, electro to dueling banjo's! We got it all!!
    Bullets 11
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeDec 29th 2008
     (1315.38)
    Much awesome dubstep: at the mo they're giving away Starkey tracks...

    http://rcrdlbl.com/labels/PODCASTS
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    @ben I clicked on the mad decent radio one, and was surprised to find the most recent episode was mixed by one of my really good friends Emynd. Ha. Small world.
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      CommentAuthorcelan
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2009
     (1315.40)
    Here's my totally clouded by personal-bias type endorsement of my friend's very weird and self-indulgent podcast.

    The Brozone @ Podomatic
    or
    The Brozone @ Myspace

    It is a lot of music / live sound collage stuff with silliness, guests, and you can phone in:

    "IN ORDER TO BE ON THE BROZONE, SIMPLY CALL 707-763-5210 ON SUNDAY NIGHTS AFTER
    9PM PACIFIC STANDARD TIME (0500 GMT) AND KEEP YOUR EARS OPEN AND YOUR FINGERS CROSSED. "

    Makes good sonic wallpaper for other late night mischief, IMHO.