Today we bring you one of our favorite episodes, culled from the Noisextra Patreon. You can see how we do… Read more Mlehst / Brume – Unusual Methods 7″
We are celebrating Masonna’s birthday with a bonus episode on the man from whom we took our podcast name. We shred our ears with the “Astro Harshtronism” 8” on Anti Music. Which color vinyl does Greh have? What is a quark? Are the Connellys ever seen without one another? The answers to all these things and more are contained within. Happy Birthday, Masonna! Thank you for all the noise.
As October rolls on, we dive into the black leather night dungeon with Master/Slave Relationship’s “This Lubricious Love” on RRR from 1987, chosen by our guest Jim Haynes. Things get unhygienic as we discuss Debbie Jaffe’s intense personal vision, both lyrically and musically. In addition, we have a thick recent listening segment as well as mentions of “Blue Velvet,” infrasound performance, mix tapes and Nitro. Dig your heels in.
Steve Lowenthal brought by a nasty Harry Pussy double 7″ for us to jam nice and loud, so we did!… Read more BONUS EPISODE: Harry Pussy – Zero de Conduite 2×7″
We got excited and recorded another episode this week. It’s our first repeat artist as we discuss the seminal “King of Noise” album by Hijokaidan, which was recently reissued by Fantastique. Things get piercing and sharp as we celebrate this record. We also discuss the possibility of cooking a pizza on Greh’s speakers using the sounds Hijokaidan. We know who’s noise kingdom we’d want to be serfs in.
This week we sit down with talented author and VDSQ label-head Steve Lowenthal and travel the farthest back in time that we have thus far, in order to explore one of the tentacular roots of noise/experimental music with La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela’s Dream House 78’17” LP. Steve talks about his experiences at La Monte and Marian’s Dream House in NYC, Tara talks turtles and prime numbers, Greh talks wizard bikers and Mike headbangs to sine waves. Get out your magenta lights and go deep.
Raw yet polished Japanese industrial noise from Jun Konagaya back in 1985, this 7″ is the total package. The three of us saw GRIM last year and discuss the show a bit as well. You can find this episode and more bonus content by supporting the podcast via our Patreon at http://patreon.com/noisextra/
What a ripper, perfect noise 7″ with two different but engaging sides! Japanese American Noise Treaty style! We dig in… Read more BONUS: Incapacitants/Autoerotichrist 7″
Japan’s S·Core via German 7″ label Drone – we discuss these two foggy, hazy sides from textural noise machine Yutaka Tanaka! You can find this episode and more bonus content by supporting the podcast via our Patreon at http://patreon.com/noisextra/
Bonus mini episode time. We wanted to let everyone in on what’s going on over on our Patreon site, so we discuss Chop Shop’s “Discrete Emissions” 7” on Banned Production. This episode is also timely as Chop Shop will be making a rare live appearance at the Haters 40th anniversary in Oakland this Saturday, August 17th. We travel to a hazy past through modified speakers and sounds that just aren’t right.