JG Thirlwell was cool enough to to sit down with us for a deep look into his world of sound. Thirlwell has worked with everyone form Steven Stapleton and Coil to scoring “The Venture Brothers” and “Archer” television shows, not to mention his own hefty discography as Foetus, Steroid Maximus, Xordox and so much more. It was incredible to hear stories from his entire history as well as what’s being planned for the future. Prepare to enter Pigdom Come.
Atrax Morgue feat. Morder Machine – DeathShow
Our yearly Marco Corbelli episode has arrived and this time we went for something a little different — Morder Machine “DeathShow.” A project that existed directly alongside Atrax Morgue, Morder Machine utilized a bit more structure and rhythm without losing any darkness and obsession. We pull quotes directly about Morder Machine and relay Marco’s thoughts on the project. Additionally, we continue our tradition of choosing three Italian horror movies to highlight before discussing the album. Welcome to DeathShow.
In Conversation with Zoe DeWitt (Zero Kama, Korpses Katatonik, Nekrophile Rekords)
Zoe DeWitt is a bona fide legend of industrial culture and ritual underground. We were thrilled for Zoe to sit down with us to discuss the entire history of Nekrofile Records and her projects Korpses Katatonik and Zero Kama. We get into many aspects of her work, from musical output to fashioning instruments out of human bones to her work within the occult and much more.
Randy Greif – Golden Joy Club (with guest Shane English)
Shane English returns and brings us a tape from his deep cassette culture collection perfect for autumn days — Randy Greif’s “Golden Joy Club.” We go to abstract realms of mid 80s industrial sound with this very cool artifact on Greif’s own Swinging Axe label. Revel in the doorway of sleep go towards heaven’s hole.
Noisextra at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum
We took a Noisextra field trip to the Vintage Synthesizer Museum in Los Angeles and sat down with owner Lance Hill. He tells us how the museum got started, what his vision for it is, how the move to LA has gone and much more. It’s a very cool spot and resource and was a great podcast excursion.
In Conversation with Rat Bastard (To Live and Shave in LA, Laundry Room Squelchers, Scraping Teeth)
Ever wonder what it was like to hang out with the one and only Rat Bastard? Today’s episode will be allow you to find out as we had a fantastic talk with Rat and get into his early days in Florida to his time in To Live and Shave in LA and of course the Laundry Room Squelchers. Rat has stories for days, from running a studio, to wild times at Churchill’s and much more. Rat Bastard has never slept and neither should you.
In Conversation with Mike Harding (Touch)
Mike Harding of Touch sat down with us to go down the memory hole of his history. We go from… Read more In Conversation with Mike Harding (Touch)
Various Artists – Good Alchemy Video
It’s time for another legendary noise VHS viewing with “Good Alchemy Video.” A mandatory visual document, we get classic footage of Masonna, Incapacitants, Merzbow, Solmania, and Hijokaidan. The explosive excitement of these performances infect us and anyone who pops this in their VCR. Adjust your tracking and prepare for the glory of noise.
In Conversation with Bill Orcutt (Harry Pussy)
Bill Orcutt of Harry Pussy joins us today for a great historical discussion on a different branch of noise. In the 90s along with bands like To Live and Shave in LA and Laundry Room Squelchers, Harry Pussy tore apart all semblance of good taste and set proper foundations ablaze. Miami in the ’90s was a wild place and Orcutt was right in the middle. We also get into his return to sound and his current work. What was music?
In Conversation with John Duncan (part 2)
In the second part of our talk with John Duncan, we get into his time in Amsterdam up to his current work. Greh and John reminisce about the “Voice Contact” performance that Greh participated in. In addition, John talks about ideas and process behind “The Crackling,” “Nazca Tranmissions,” and much more. We can’t thank John enough for taking time to let us in on his history and art.