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sarramkrop 11.08.2007 09:38 AM

Post links of interesting podcasts, radio shows etc
There are so many good ones, out there. I have posted the link to this one on the 'What Are You Listening To?' thread already, but here it is again. It is deeply informative and interesting, not to say that the music on it is plain awesome:

[Early Electronic Oddities Pt. 1 (33 MB)] // [Early Electronic Oddities Pt. 2 (30 MB)]

(*Originally broadcast 10/29/04 on London's Resonance 104.4fm.)


Part 1:
1. Radio Nottingham - the Radiophonic Workshop
2. Chorale - Antonio Russolo
3. Celestial Nocturne - Samuel Hoffman (theremin)
4. Concerto for Ondes-Martenot - Andre Jolivet featuring Jeanette Martenot
5. Various soundtracks - Paul Tanner plays Electro-theremin
6. Now in heaven you can hear the latest Fall album - Hypnotique (Rhythmicon)
7. Jean-Jacques talk about the Ondioline
8. Demonstration from Fantasy for Mixtur-Trautonium - Oscar Sala
9. Telstar - The Tornadoes (Clavioline)

Part 2:
10: Bob Moog - talks about the RCA Synthesizer (background music: the Man from Uranus)
11: Nola - Felix Arndt (RCA synthesizer)
12. Return of the Elohim Pt 1- Zorch (VSC3)
13. CoilANS - Coil (ANS synthesizer)
14. Silver apples of the moon - Morton Subotnik (Buchla Modular)
15: Bob Moog talks about Raymond Scott (music from 'Manhattan Space Research')
16: Zwi Zwi oo oo oo - Delia Derbyshire (Wobbulator)
17: Modified clarinet - Reed Ghazal (Circuit Bent instrument)
18: In a Delian Mode - Delia Derbyshire (Radiophonic Workshop)
19. Return of the Elohim Pt 2 - Zorch (VSC3)
20: Futurama (Raymond Scott advert)


sarramkrop 11.09.2007 10:13 AM

November Nodes in Overlay Zones (TSP radio 02/11/07)

By Ed Pinsent
  1. Die Tödliche Doris, (Track 5)
    From Welten – Worlds – Ohontsa’shón:’a - morphologic design-music, GERMANY VINYL-ON-DEMAND VOD 19 LP (2005)
  2. Marteau Rouge, ‘Hôtel de la rose’
    From …un jour se lève, FRANCE SELF-PRODUCED CDR (ND)
  3. Kotra, ‘07 minus’
    From Dissilient, UKRAINE NEXSOUND NS27 CD (2004)
  4. Origami Replika, [Track 1]
    From Kommerz, SWEDEN SEGERHUVA SEGER3 CD (2006)
  5. Anla Courtis, ‘Jarabe de Llanura’
    From Tape Works, USA POGUS PRODUCTIONS P21040-2 CD (2006)
  6. Kosmonautentraum, ‘Süsser Mond’
    From Ungehörtes Unerhörtes, GERMANY VINYL-ON-DEMAND VOD 20 LP (2005)
  7. Still, ‘Futility’
    From Remains, USA PUBLIC GUILT PG004 CD (2005)
  8. Ian Epps, ’symptomsofaquarterback’
    From finds the4yearoldchild Courtside Volume 1, GERMANY SOFTLMUSIC SOM 301 CD (ND)
  9. The Skull Defekts, from Rotating Feedback and Save the Skulls, SWEDEN IDEAL RECORDINGS iDEAL036 CD (2005)
  10. Area C, ‘Ordinary Vane’
    From Traffics + Discoveries, USA LAST VISIBLE DOG LVD 098 CD (ND)
  11. Crawling With Tarts, ‘Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 7: The Decadent Opera (Rococo)’
    From USA POGUS PRODUCTIONS P21039-2 CD (2006)
  12. Kawabata Makoto, ‘Planet Crazy Diamond’
    From Your Voice From The Moon, POLAND VIVO RECORDS vivo2005018CD (2005)
  13. The MCMS, ‘Invocation of my Demon Brother’ (1998)
    From MCMS: 1997-2000, USA LAST VISIBLE DOG 005/20/61 3 x CD [2004]
  14. Ashtray Navigations, ‘Swastika’d Angels will see to your Ruination’
    From The Love That Whirrs, USA LAST VISIBLE DOG 087 CD (ND)
  15. Tetuzi Akiyama, from Striking Another Match, UTECH RECORDS 027 CD (2006)
  16. Exquisite Russian Brides, ‘To Increase in Size’
  17. Werner Durand and Alio Die, ‘Aqua Planing’
    From Aqua Planing, ITALY HIC SUNT LEONES HSL 029 CD (2005)
  18. Fursaxa, ‘Rheine’
    From Amulets, USA LAST VISIBLE DOG LVD 1010 CD (ND)
  19. Fredy Studer and Ami Yoshida, ‘Duo 24′
    From Duos 21-27, SWITZERLAND FOR 4 EARS CD 1656 CD (2005)
  20. Lanterns, ‘Loverangle’
  21. Daniel Menche, [Track 1]
    From Beast Resonator, NORWAY ROGGBIF RR014 CD [2006]
The Sound Projector radio show,
originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM

Download link:

sarramkrop 12.13.2007 08:52 AM

Radio Schizo Week of December 8, 2007 playlist ( 82 mins. | 47 mbs. )

2. D-DAY - Too Young to Date
4. NEW YORK DOLLS - Bad Girl
5. MAX LOAD - Magazine Sex
6. DICTATORS - Next Big Thing

7. INEPSY - No Speed Limit for Destruction
8. KISS - Deuce (demo version)
9. REPLACEMENTS - Gimme Noise
10. REPLACEMENTS - Fuck School
11. REPLACEMENTS - God Damn Job
12. JESUS LIZARD - Boilermaker
13. LOVER! - Lose My Mind
14. MOTARDS - Freak of Nature

16. DISKONTO - Sk·vlat och f·rst
17. BREAK IT UP - Planned Attack
18. DEAD STOP - In Command
19. WOLFBRIGADE - Hide & Seek
20. UNDER PRESSURE - Pale Skin
21. TOTALITAR - En Av Dom Som Dom Skämtar Om

24. MIDNIGHT - White Hot Fire
25. WARCOPLLAPSE - Stoner Punk

26. MUCKSPREADER - Disco Bunny
27. NERVOUS PATTERNS - Experiments in Lyrics
29. NEUROSIS - Given to the Rising

<–dowload mp3 of show here


atari 2600 12.13.2007 09:36 AM
the Watt from Pedro show!
The latest installment (from 12/08) is the "double nickels on the dime special w/michael fournier."

Fournier wrote the 33 1/3 book on the classic Minutemen double album.

Ripchord 12.13.2007 05:32 PM

stu666 12.13.2007 05:42 PM

hopefully this will return for a fourth series

sarramkrop 12.14.2007 04:41 AM

Radio Icebreaker

New edition online 14th December 2007, from 16:30

Visit totallyradio. com
(see under "new shows" and "experimental" )

Introduced by James Poke

James Poke presents this month's Radio Icebreaker with a mostly laid back and chill out feel, featuring Graham Fitkin's project with harpist Ruth Wall, classic tracks by The Cure and Talk Talk, some dubstep from Burial and Benny Ill, plus ambient from Rothko and The Dead Texan and some relaxed classical from Gordon McPherson and Michael Gordon.

Julie Feeney
The Cure
All Cats Are Grey
Gordon McPherson
The Bliss of Sexual Ignorance
Douwe Eisenga
City Lines
Icebreaker (CDs)
Fitkin Wall
Snow Clamp
Fitkin Wall
Soft Gash
Benny Ill and DJ Dinesh
Distant Lights
Michael Gordon
Gotham, 1st mvmt
Rothko . BLK w/Bear
Dream For An End To Sorrow
The Dead Texan
The 6 Million Dollar Sandwich
Talk Talk
I Believe In You
Talk Talk

The latest show is online from approx. 16:30 on Friday 14th December, and can be listened to from that point.

If you do not wish to subscribe to this mailing list, please email with the word ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line to info@icebreaker.

sarramkrop 12.14.2007 05:14 AM

Here's this week's [deadthyme] playlist. [deadthyme] is a radio show that comes on every week from 3 to 6 AM Sunday night/ Monday morning (whichever you prefer to call it) U.S. Central time on KPFT 90.1 FM in Houston, or you can listen to it online here: d=110

Download this show: (page down for the link)

Check out the new deadthyme website here: (where you can find an alphabetical list of every song ever played, playlists, links, etc.) logID=336699595

playlist for 12/10/07:

Artist - Song Title - Album Title
__________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ________
Loaded For Bear - Jesus Vs. James Dean - Loaded For Bear/ Bizarre X split
Cop On Fire - Caos - Visions Of War/ Cop On Fire split
Diskonto - Utan Mening - A Shattered Society 7"ep
Will Haven - Hierophant - The Hierophant
Subhumans (UK) - Mosquitos - Internal Riot
Infant Mortality Rate - Now Seve Ernie - Radio-Electronics
Warcollapse - Expendable - Defy!
Bloodred Bacteria - Burn Me Down - Kiss the Goat
In Disgust - Reject - In Disgust/ Sidetracked split 7"ep
No Comply - Don't Forget - 4 Bands To Drain Your Pool compilation
Impact - Solo Odio - Solo Odio
Red Handed - Losing Sleep - Wounds Remain
Look Back And Laugh - Cannibal - State of Illusion 7"ep
Apartment 213 - Mutilation - Apartment 213/ Agoraphobic Nosebleed split
Optimum Wound Profile - Doghead - Silver Or Lead
Bastard Sons Of Apocalypse - Crossfire - Bastard Sons Of Apocalypse/ Sin Orden split 7"ep
Apocalypse - This Sad Face - Beauty b/w This Sad Face 7"
Transgression - Death To All - Grind Your Mind compilation
Nine Shocks Terror - Raise the Bar - Paying Ohmage
Mob 47 - Ploisstat - Network of Friends compilation
Slab! - Flirt - Descension
Buzzov*en - Broken - Sore
Stretch Armstrong - Busted - Our Impact Will Be Felt- A Tribute To Sick Of It All compilation
Byla - Viscera 1 - Viscera
Trap Them - Wafers and Wine of Sandblast Times - Seance Prime ep
Between The Buried And Me - The Decade of Statues - Colors
Boxed In - World Stops Turning - Boxed In 7"ep
Spazz - Gummo Love Theme - Gummo soundtrack
Pitch Shifter - New Flesh - Industrial
Unit 21 - Brainshred - Brainshred
Necroanal - The Law of Averages States, If You Kill Enough Civilians, You're Eventually Gonna Accidently Kill a Bad Guy - Fistfucking Ur Mom (I Like Pie)
Nitad - Trapped In a Fog - Kvoteringen/ Nitad split ep
Comeback Kid - Come Around - Broadcasting...
Sunday Morning Einsteins - Brand New Lie - Det Ar Synd Om Dom Rika 7"ep
Dispense - Doomed To Live Doomed To Die - Nothing But the Truth 7"ep
Y - More Bananas For the Punx - Global Player
Pig Destroyer - 4th Degree Burns - Phantom Limb
Lifes Halt! - Skate Fer Fun/ No Substance - Lifes Halt!/ What Happens Next? split
Weak Minds - Logjammin' - Weak Minds 7"ep
Alien Faktor - Kill Me (Dental Blow mix) - Complications compilation
Coercion - Child's Play - Nothing's Quiet On the Eastern Front compilation
Warriors - Downbeat - Beyond the Noise
Spermbirds - Set An Example - Set An Example
88 Fingers Louie - I Don't Wanna Hear It - Punk Rock Jukebox compilation
Acid Reflux - Customers Fuck Off - Acid Reflux 7"ep
Urban Waste - Public Opinion - Urban Waste 7"ep
Carpenter Ant - Get a Grip - I Still Have the Drive 12"ep
Brainbombs - Slayer - Urge To Kill
Melvins - Lexicon Devil - Lexicon Devil b/w Pigtro 7"
Fuck Geez - Shimensoka - Apathy... Never! compilation
Dead Man's Shadow - Bomb Scare - Bomb Scare 7"ep
Corpus Delecti - Poisoned Dead Flowers - Sarabands
D.Y.S. - No Pain, No Gain - Fire & Ice
Walls Of Jericho - Changing Times - The Bound Feed the Gagged
Child Abuse - Supplicant - Child Abuse
Diary Of Dreams - Malice - Nekrolog 43
Brother Inferior - Freedoms' Sons - N.O.T.A./ Brother Inferior split 7"ep
False Confession - Feline - Left To Burn 7"ep
Skrew - Helter Skelter - Angel Seed XXIII
Agent Orange - Everything Turns Grey - Living In Darkness
Loaded 45 - Joe - 0 To 60 In 59 Bands... compilation
The Apostles - Proletarian Autonomy - The Lives and Times of The Apostles
Sad Pygmy - Green Van - Hundred Pound Window
__________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______
[deadthyme] is a modern counter-culture music show. Modern counter-culture music can be defined many different ways, but for this show it's defined as punk, goth, industrial, and all the subgenres therein (death rock, hardcore, industrial noise, grindcore, darkwave, crust, oi!, e.b.m., d-beat, gothic metal, straight edge, sound collage, etc.) as well as other forms ov offbeat music that slip between the cracks (such as Negativland, Swans, Chrome, Big Black, etc.) and even a little extreme metal.
For more info, comments, requests, or if you want your band played on the show, e-mail:

sarramkrop 12.18.2007 07:36 AM

Tony Conrad live at the Fishmarket Northampton UK Nov 07

Podcast download

A specially recorded perfomace of sonic pioneer Tony Conrad for You Are Hear. Tony not only played a pivotal role in the formation of the Velvet Underground but since the early 60’s he’s utilized intense amplification, long duration and precise pitch to make aggressively mesmerizing Dream Music. This hypnotic performance was recorded live at The Fishmarket Northhampton on 10th Nov 2007.

Brought to you by Magz Hall and Jim Backhouse from

sarramkrop 12.20.2007 08:24 AM

Sounds of the Japanese Psychedelic Underground - You Are Hear Show Oct 13th 2007

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Japanese Psychedelic Underground YAH Oct 13th 2007

You Are Hear beat a path through the Japanese psychedelic undergrowth, so this week's sonic derangement comes courtesy of Flower Travellin' Band, Speed Glue and Shinki, Les Rallizes Denudes, Takehisa Kosugi (Taj Mahal Travellers) and Toshiyo Ichiyanagi presented by Jim Backhouse with the aid of Julian Cope's JAPROCKSAMPLER. Hey we want to know where you hear us leave us feedback on the youarehear -myspace or our facebookpage group page.
Brought to you by Magz Hall and Jim Backhouse from

sarramkrop 12.20.2007 08:26 AM

Battles, Clinic, Stephen Malkmus, 6 Organs of Admittance live at the Greenman Festival 07 broadcast via

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Live highlights from the Greenman Festival in Wales featuring a stunning live set from Battles, Clinic, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks and Six Organs of Admittance. Magz got muddy feet in the black mountains but lovely warm ears from these rather excellent live performances.

sarramkrop 12.20.2007 08:32 AM

Rhys Chatham performing live Kosmische Club Oya Festival 2007

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NY underground legend Rhys Chatham performing live in Oslo August 2007. The insistent motorik rock n roll pulse that runs from Bo Diddley to Neu! to Tony Conrad to The Ramones is captured by Rhys Chatham, the crowd rapturously lost in the joy of repetition (as Hot Chip would have it) the sublime object always just over the horizon. He played as part of kosmische night events at the Oya Festival. This is a full performance of Guitar trio which been influential on groups like Sonic Youth, Glenn Branca, Band of Susans, Helmut and the swans.

“Written in 1977, Guitar Trio is Rhys Chatham's signature composition, and with good reason. With a single, repeated chord, Chatham permanently altered the DNA of rock by splicing the gritty, overtone-drenched minimalism of John Cale and Tony Conrad with the elemental fury of the Ramones. The amalgamation was inspired. It energized the downtown New York scene throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, and made Chatham a founding father of the notorious No Wave movement.”

A Thousand Threads 12.20.2007 08:39 AM

This one is pretty good

upcoming shows:
25/12/07 22:00 - 23:00 MEZ
08/01/08 22:00 - 23:00 MEZ
22/01/08 22:00 - 23:00 MEZ - Celebration 100st Radio Show

playlist from 11/12/07 22:00 - 23:00 MEZ
DAVID SYLVIAN & MARTIN BRANDLMAYR "sleepwakers" from "the world is everything"
VIC CHESNUTT "glossolalia" from "north star deserter" (constellation)
VIC CHESNUTT "everything i say" from "north star deserter" (constellation)
NOCTAVEN "" from "" #25 (collaboractiones con l´immancablies dottors,8mmrecs)
G.I. JOE "cobra" from "cobra" (troglosound)
THURSTON MOORE "unziped" from "trash sabbathical" (deathbomb arc.)
QUI "echoes" from "love s miracle" (ipecac)

playlist from 27/11/07 22:00 - 23:00 MEZ
THE GOOD GOOD "clouds" from split with Chocolat Billy (les potagers natures)
RIVULETS live june 22nd 2007
CHOCOLAT BILLY "arrangement de nuit" from split with The Good Good (les potagers nature)

playlist from 13/11/07 22:00 - 23:00 MEZ
LESLI DALABA "cuimhnean phiobair " from "hallelujah, anyway - remembering tom cora" (tzadik)
UMEZU KAZUTOKI & BAND "the gospel of gone" from "hallelujah, anyway - remembering tom cora" (tzadik)
DJ /RAPTURE & ANDY MOORE track 5 from "live in france"
DJ /RAPTURE & ANDY MOORE track 6 from "live in france"
METALYCEE "mad tom song" from "s/t" (interstellar records)
SCHNEE - live at 5 jahre
DE REIZENDE VERKOPER "the doorbell is a friend, costumer is a chess partner"from "hermes"
SKELETON CREW "zachs flag" from "learn to talk" (recrec)
THE EX & TOM CORA "state of shock" from "scrabbeling at the lock" (ex rec)

you can stream it here

nicfit 12.20.2007 08:58 AM


Originally Posted by A Thousand Threads
G.I. JOE "cobra" from "cobra" (troglosound)

OH! friends of mine!
and also the guy who runs 8mm records...

I wanted to go and see G.I. Joe play tomorrow with another band of friends of mine ( ) but ricky (G.I.Joe drummer) broke his wrist... buaah.:(

they'll tour europe in march.

A Thousand Threads 12.20.2007 09:04 AM


Originally Posted by nicfit
OH! friends of mine!
and also the guy who runs 8mm records...

I wanted to go and see G.I. Joe play tomorrow with another band of friends of mine ( ) but ricky (G.I.Joe drummer) broke his wrist... buaah.:(

they'll tour europe in march.

haha, it's funny that you know all the italian bands and performers i'm listening to.

That's the radioshow of the guy who runs interstellar records (not the us hip hop label)

nicfit 12.20.2007 09:14 AM


Originally Posted by A Thousand Threads
haha, it's funny that you know all the italian bands and performers i'm listening to.

That's the radioshow of the guy who runs interstellar records (not the us hip hop label)

G.I.Joe and Luca (8mmrecs) are from the suburbs of the town where I used to play/reharse with my old band, and a few years ago I used to go to lots of "indipendent" (in the most genuine meaning of the term) everywhere here in italy... good times :D do you know "bachi da pietra"?

A Thousand Threads 12.20.2007 09:21 AM


Originally Posted by nicfit
G.I.Joe and Luca (8mmrecs) are from the suburbs of the town where I used to play/reharse with my old band, and a few years ago I used to go to lots of "indipendent" (in the most genuine meaning of the term) everywhere here in italy... good times :D do you know "bachi da pietra"?

Isn't this one of the many projects of Bruno Do.?!?: (however that guy is called), dude from OVO?

nicfit 12.20.2007 09:31 AM

Oh yes! Bruno Dorella. I'll pm you something in a minute :D .

A Thousand Threads 12.20.2007 09:46 AM


My Internet connection is kind of fragile these days, so it might take a week or two to download that stuff.
But I'll let you know what i think.

Sorry for hijacking this thread.

nicfit 12.20.2007 09:52 AM


Originally Posted by A Thousand Threads
Sorry for hijacking this thread.

Seconded, it's my fault, actually.

stu666 02.08.2008 06:54 AM

cool Tom is back with a new show, no more Slashmusic now it's this:

sarramkrop 02.13.2008 07:02 AM

The Experiment is a monthly podcast commissioned by the ICA and presented and produced by Kevin Quigley and Jim Hammond.

From Brooklyn's fantastic noisenik record label - Heat Retention records we have Embarker who is a thrash/melodramatic live electronic glitch wizard and the intensely noisey Blastocyst.

Also this month we have the antipodean icy sounds of Synaesthesia Records with a selection of their artists - Snawklor, Candlesnuffer, Francis Plagne and Delire.

We have great, haunting sounds from the ever impressive Ghost Box Label from two of their exotic sampling artists - Mount Vernon Arts Lab and The Focus Group.

Finally we have two solo artists - the droning sound art of Cheapmachines and the wonderful otherworldly investigating music of Oren Ambarchi.

stu666 02.14.2008 04:25 PM
show 3

sarramkrop 02.20.2008 05:04 AM

gench concert archives

Presenting selected solo and collaborative performances by Thomas Dimuzio and friends. Experience each concert in its entirety as it unfolds from beginning to end. Available exclusively through Gench Music as specially priced CD-R's ($8 each or five for $32) and as free MP3 excerpts below.

Thomas Dimuzio live samples and processes multiple sources of audio signals in real-time, much akin to a real-time digital musique concrete machine. Signal feeds intercepted from his collaborators along with MIDI-controlled feedback, ambient microphones, shortwave radios, field recordings, circuit-bent toys, and original audio source recordings are integrated and mixed into his system of interactive electronics. More than a collection of gadgets and wires, Dimuzio has devised a musical instrument allowing detailed and rich aural abstractions to be improvised and realized in real-time. A versatile environment allowing the artist to explore deep aural realms as a soloist and integrate effectively within an ensemble.

The Thomas Dimuzio and Anla Courtis excerpt is beyond aceness.

sarramkrop 02.22.2008 04:21 AM

Cool, I'm glad. I'm listening to it myself. I love it especially when it gets to 6:30 and it starts sounding pulsating, repetitive and cyclic. Ace.

sarramkrop 02.22.2008 04:22 AM

Fuck, it does take off wonderfully there, doesn't it?

sarramkrop 02.22.2008 04:46 AM

I haven't listened to that one yet, but I'll do it soon. I'm on my fourth time in a row listening to the Dimuzio/Courtis track. Ordered some Anla Courtis yesterday and Dimuzio is next in line. Some of Anla Courtis' music I was familar with before, Dimuzio I knew by name but had never listened to anything till I found the Gench website.

pokkeherrie 02.23.2008 05:05 PM

I thought this was pretty interesting, even if it's more for historical reasons than for the music, which are mostly well-known hits. US Army pirate radio in Vietnam:

Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.1 of 4]

The time is January 1971. The place is Saigon, The Republic of Vietnam. A 22-year-old US Air Force sergeant, tired of the bland programming served up to the troops by the official US military broadcasting service, takes to the airwaves to bring his comrades a more entertaining alternative. Radio First Termer is on the air!
Broadcasting at 69 MHz from a makeshift pirate radio studio in a back room above a downtown Saigon brothel, using equipment procured via “midnight supply,” disc-jockey “Dave Rabbit” and his studio engineer “Pete Sadler” carried out their mission to “bring vital news, information, and hard acid-rock music to first-termers and non-reenlistees in The Republic of Vietnam”---to give their fellow troops a laugh and a break from the absurdity of a war they could not win.
“Dave” and “Pete”, assisted by the lovely “Nguyen,” launched Radio First Termer on New Year’s Day 1971 and continued to broadcast three hours a night for most of that month of January. Figuring that if they continued to broadcast any longer they would eventually be busted, they decided to lay Radio First Termer to rest after a successful run of 21 days.
For those of you not fluent in military slang, a “first-termer” is an enlisted military member serving his first hitch (enlistment) in the service---as opposed to a “lifer,” who is a career service member. Lifers are planning on staying in the military “for the duration.” “Non-reenlistees” are guys who have chosen not to continue military service when their current hitch is complete.
Presented here (in four parts) is the only known existing recording of a Radio First Termer broadcast.
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer. As “Dave” puts it, “...We’re an underground radio station here, and we say what we feel like saying...”
“Good Night Vietnam and Good Luck!”

BLOODROCK - Double Cross
SANTANA - Evil Ways
THE WHO - Pinball Wizard
CREAM - White Room
SUGARLOAF - Green-Eyed Lady
CACTUS - You Can't Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover
IRON BUTTERFLY - Soul Experience
THREE DOG NIGHT - Mama Told Me Not To Come
Download here or listen to streaming audio below:

Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.2 of 4]

This segment features Dave’s helpful movie guide to films showing in the Phan Rang, Saigon, Nha Trang and Cam Ranh Bay areas... And, of course, more words of wisdom from the latrine walls!
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer...
LED ZEPPELIN - Good Times, Bad Times
THE BYRDS - Eight Miles High
VANILLA FUDGE - You Keep Me Hanging On
LOVE - My Flash On You
THE WHO - Overture / It’s a Boy
THREE DOG NIGHT - Rock ’n’ Roll Widow
Download here or listen to streaming audio below:

Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.3 of 4]

By popular demand, we proudly present another installment of Radio First Termer! This segment features an informative announcement regarding exciting new items available at the base exchange... plus a delightful vignette describing a young GI’s first “short time” in Vietnam.
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer...
CACTUS - Feels So Good
THE WHO - See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me
STEPPENWOLF - Don’t Step on the Grass Sam
Download here or listen to streaming audio below:

Radio First Termer – January 1971 [pt.4 of 4]

In this, the final installment of Radio First Termer, we’re treated to Tonight’s News as read by Dave and Nyguen, an episode of Your Air Force in Action, and Dave’s Swap Shop of The Air!
For more information regarding RFT and Dave Rabbit, visit this website.
WARNING: If you are offended by vulgarity, profanity, and crass sexual references, it is recommended that you do not listen to Radio First Termer...
SUGARLOAF - West of Tomorrow
BLOODROCK - Gotta Find a Way
SANTANA - Soul Sacrifice
LED ZEPPELIN - Heartbreaker
DONOVAN - Hurdy Gurdy Man
BLOODROCK - Fancy Space Odyssey
Download here or listen to streaming audio below:

stu666 02.24.2008 03:10 PM



Alexander Mossolov, SPK, Butthole Surfers, William S. Burroughs & Brion Gysin, Musica Elettronica Viva, Couch, Mick Jagger, The New Blockaders & Organum, Henry Jacobs, Henning Christiansen.

Podcast Summary
Noise, Electronics, Tape Loops, Tape Manipulation, Sound Poetry, Sound Art, Music Concrete, Industrial, Power Electronics, Drone, Lo-Fi, Scum Rock, Punk, Hardcore, Synthesizer, Progressive, Prog Rock, RIO, Fluxus, 2oth Century Classical, Sound Effects, FX, Synth Punk, Kraut Rock, Private Press, Pink Floyd, Folkways, Droll Yankees, Heavy Metal, Scrap Metal, Westerns, Glam Rock, Tape Hiss.

listen here:

or download here:

Savage Clone 02.24.2008 03:23 PM

Whore alert. Our band is on the latest installment of this, but there are some pretty good jams in the rest of the broadcast as always...

Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio:

A Thousand Threads 02.24.2008 03:31 PM


Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Whore alert. Our band is on the latest installment of this, but there are some pretty good jams in the rest of the broadcast as always...

Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio:

shitty website but awesome playlists.

Savage Clone 02.24.2008 03:34 PM

Yeah, I don't know about the look of that site, but they have been supporting our stuff since the 1990s back when they were a print magazine.
What they lack in design sensibilities, they more than make up for in sincerity, loyalty and enthusiasm. Great people; real music fans.

A Thousand Threads 02.24.2008 03:39 PM

It's ok. I like ugly websites.

stu666 02.24.2008 03:47 PM


Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Whore alert. Our band is on the latest installment of this, but there are some pretty good jams in the rest of the broadcast as always...

Aural Innovations Space Rock Radio:

cheers for the link Savage Clone i'll give it a listen later, there are a lot of good sets here:

Radio WNE

sarramkrop 02.26.2008 08:00 AM

Broadcast - Guest DJ's on Johnny Trunk's show on Resonance FM:

Future Static 02.26.2008 10:22 AM

tune in to my FM and online radio shows . more info here...

stu666 02.28.2008 10:48 AM

4 Radio, New Music Download

This week on New Music Download we have listened to hundreds of records to bring you the best in Techno, blue grass, dub step, drum n bass, metal to name but a few musical genres. We also have Pre in Session.

Pre are a London based band made up of Akiko 'exceedingly good keex' Matsuura (Vox), J. Art Webb (Guitar and vocals), Kevin Hendrix (Bass and vocals), Matthew P. Warburton (Bass) and Richard P. Bennett (Drums).

The band have an LP out on Love Pump United Records called 'Epic Fits' and also a split 7 inch with Aids Wolf out on Skin Graft Records. The band are playing a load of American dates in April, so if you're a stateside listener, check out their myspace for more details.

Also check out the bass player Kevin's fantastic record label Tome - he's got some nice music from Sleeping States and Foot Village to name but a few.

But before you check out any of those... listen to Show 4 of NMD!
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TRACKLISTINGS - Show 4 - 28th February 2008

Hands on Heads - 'Romantic Aorta' (Upset They Rhythm)
Pre - 'White Castles' (Channel 4 Session)
Lucio Aquilina - 'Disco Bus' (Roland M Dill Remix) (Trapez Ltd)
Jack Rose - 'Bells' (Beautiful Happiness)
Pre - 'Fuk is Fun' (Channel 4 Session)
Pre - 'Dude Fuck' (Channel 4 Session)
DJ Shy/ Itch Robot - 'Raw' (After Dark Productions)
Sleeping States - 'Rivers' (Tome)
Genghis Tron - 'Board Up The House' (Relapse)
Current Value - 'Dark Rain' (Intransigent)
Pre - 'New John West' (Channel 4 Session)
Pre - 'Dweller' (Channel 4 Session)
Dirtbombs - 'La Fin Du Monde' (In The Red)

stu666 03.17.2008 02:46 PM

4 Radio, New Music Download


Greetings NMD’ers! Welcome along to show number 5. As you’d expect, we have a host of brand new tunes to wrap your ears around and we also have a momentous live mix from Drum and Bass setup ‘Current Value’.

Current Value is also known as Tim Eliot. He hails from Berlin and boasts a carnal knowledge of all things beats. Following a sound grounding in classical piano, Tim has developed into something of a drum and bass maestro and is signed to a whole host of labels including Freak Recordings, Soothsayer, <A href="">Tech Itch and
Evol Intent. He’s graced us with a 20 minute mix, so make sure you have a listen! You can find out more about Current Value here.

We’re also sending out get well wishes to producer Hermeet, who is currently residing in his bed with a gargantuan sick virus of some sort. Don’t worry though, we’ll make sure that as soon as he can put earphone to ear he’ll be back to scouring the earth for the best new music he can find.

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TRACKLISTINGS - Show 5 - 13th March 2008

Drumcorps - 'Down' (Cock Rock Disco)
Beenie Man - 'Memoriez (Cottie Remix) (White Label)
2 Hot 2 Sweat - 'Your Space Or Mine' (NR1)
Autechre - 'Plyphon' (Warp)
Rolo Tomassi - 'Beat Rotter' (Holy ROAR Records)
The Accidental - 'Brave New (Benge Mix)' (Static Caravan)
usedtobecool - 'Limo Powered By Bitch Juice' (Bitcrusher Records)
Mohsen Namjoo - 'Begoo Begoo (Heavy Remix)' (White Label)
Health - 'Heaven' (Lovepump United)

Exclusive mix by Current Value
Current Value - 'DARK RAIN' (intransigent)
Limewax - 'ONE OF THEM - (Current Value - RMX) (lost soul)
Current Value - 'MECHANISM' (Future Sickness)
Donny - 'SYMPTOMLESS COMA (Current Value RMX)' (barcode)
Current Value - 'GREY STEEL' (Freak)
Current Value - 'tba' (tba)
Current Value 'CYBERNETICS VIP' (barcode)
Current Value & Raiden - 'RM BLEEBS' (offkey)

sarramkrop 03.20.2008 05:50 AM

Cheers for those.

stu666 03.30.2008 08:53 AM

4 Radio, New Music Download


Have we got a heavy show for you! This week’s session come from the fantastic mentalist Drumcorps who’s real name is Aaron Spectre. At 16 Aaron was a drummer for various hardcore bands in Massachusetts and at 19 he moved to New York and started DJing Jungle, Drum n Bass and Ambient music. At 23 he left the States to set up home in Berlin and at 24 he turned into Drumcorps. If you like music by Converge, Genghis Tron or Soundmurderer you’ll like Drumcorps and if you’ve never heard of the aforementioned, we reckon you’ll still like Drumcorps!

He has an album out on Cock Rock Disco/ Ad Noiseum called 'Grist' which came out last year.

Here for you watching pleasure are a couple of good links to videos of Drumcorps on YouTube.

live in japan
live in tel aviv (HD, full set)

More Drumcorps:

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TRACKLISTINGS - Show 6 - 27th March 2008

Germlin – “Bill Wells Eagle” (Addadat)
Born Ruffians – “Badonkadonkey” (Warp)
Stitch – “Guilt Free” (BadSekta Label)
The Fourers – “All Grown Up” (Unsigned)
Trigger The Bloodshed – “Laceration” (Rising Records)
Peter & The Wolf – “The Highway” (Whiskey & Apples Records)

Drumcorps in da Mix Exclusively for NMD on Channel 4 Radio
Animosity vs. Drumcorps - Tooth Grinder - (forthcoming on ManAlive)
Drumcorps - Grist - (Ad Noiseam)
Drumcorps - Violent Coast (unreleased)
Genghis Tron - Relief (Drumcorps remix) - (forthcoming)

The Black Twig Pickers – “Crossing The James” (VHF Records)
The Apples – “The Bell Step” (Freestyle Records)
Untold – “Kingdom” (Hessie Audio)
Gay Against You – “Niels Bohr” (Addadat)
Kurt Vile – “Breathin Out” (Gulcher Records)

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