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Best Noise Pop Industries podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Noise Pop Industries podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Noise Pop Podcast is a bi-monthly series showcasing noteworthy new releases from the independent and underground music scene, produced by Noise Pop: San Francisco’s favorite indie music, arts and film festival. We deliver episodes that are engaging, distinctive, and always rooted in the music we love, that we think you will too. Along with music recommendations, Host Adrian Spinelli (Paste Magazine, SF Chronicle, Fest300) interviews artists, tastemakers, and professionals from every corn ...
 
Dave McElfatrick and Joel Watson, two of the comedic minds behind the wildly popular Cyanide and Happiness cartoons, love playing guitar, love rock and roll and especially love making noise. Join Dave and Joel in The Noise Hole as they explore the music that defined their generation, recount famous and infamous rock star stories, and exorcise their personal rock and roll demons, all while improvising songs with a full band! It’s an hilarious celebration of alt. rock, grunge, punk, pop, emo, ...
 
You Are Hear is a podcast and online radio show brought to you by Magz Hall and Jim Backhouse(Totally Radio, Resonance FM + Kosmische) bringing you live sessions, new music, festival specials and interviews. Since May 2002 we've been exploring the outer edges of music. Hear the best cutting edge artists and bands. File under experimental alternative new music of all genres. Folk, Rock, Noise, Pop, electronic, dance, grime, electro http://www.youarehear.co.uk
 
Live In The Mix Episodes mixed by Pedro G brings you one hour of the best electronic music mixed together, right here for free in his Live In The Mix Episodes. Subscribe for free now and get ready for another dimension by joining Pedro G has he takes you on a journey in to is musical selection. Leave your comments on his Facebook wall www.facebook.com/djpedrogofficial or Tweet your feedback to @DeejayPedroG Now press play and get ready to shake your booty!!
 
You Are Hear is a podcast and online radio show brought to you by Magz Hall and Jim Backhouse(Totally Radio, Resonance FM + Kosmische) bringing you live sessions, new music, festival specials and interviews. Since May 2002 we've been exploring the outer edges of music. Hear the best cutting edge artists and bands. File under experimental alternative new music of all genres. Folk, Rock, Noise, Pop, electronic, dance, grime, electro http://www.youarehear.co.uk
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists, DJ 2def, Mr.Stabby, Mr. Morder, Jay Omerta, King Keemo, Mr.Siso, The Harmony Society, Kinky Bitch, Dynamic, Frankz Wit A Z, Mista Mead, H3vy Stu, ...
 
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This is the new normal, Noise Bois. Staying inside, wearing pajamas all day, NOT playing guitars… AAAAAHHHGG!!!! Also Gary escaped quarantine. Anyway, here’s an entire episode of Noise Boi questioned getting answered. BOIS TOUCH BASE- How does time even work now?- Mum’s Bum Candles- Noise Bois are ordered to SFTH!- Technical difficultiesNOISE BOI Q…
 
It’s week 2 of Noise Boi QUARANTINE, and the guitarless Bois are in mostly good spirits. This is due in no small part to a visit from their good friend, Lemmy Killmeister of Motörhead! Joel talks mostly about the world going to Hell, and Dave talks mostly about Doom Eternal. Gary is the only one with an instrument, so truly we are all DOOOOOOMED! B…
 
The Bois are on QUARANTINE LOCKDOWN! They don’t have any guitars, but they still have the power of speech, and are still able to use that power to abuse and berate Gary (who still has his drums, and a limited oxygen supply remaining). Lather up with hand sanitizer, Noise Bois, this is gonna be a weird one. BIG BIG NEWS! Noise Hole Video! “Can We Wr…
 
Helado Negro's Roberto Carlos Lange joins the Noise Pop Podcast to share some of the music that has inspired him along the creative process of our favorite album of 2019, 'This Is How You Smile.' His 6th full-length LP is a bilingual journey into Lange's ever-evolving thoughts on the Latinx experience in America. His most approachable work to date,…
 
It's been a minute since we put out an episode, but there’s a reason behind it all: We’ve been doing some contemplation, meditation, rumination and we have a BIG announcement! Listen in to find out what's next for the show, plus a mini-preview of the upcoming Noise Pop Fest 2020 highlights. The 28th annual NP Festival goes down February 24th - Marc…
 
It’s Dave’s birthday, Noise Bois! Let’s celebrate by busking out in the cold, dreary street, and hope some scarlet-haired beauty with the voice of an angel will come and delivery us from musical obscurity, and certain starvation. Also, Gary has a mic in this episode! A mistake that I assure you will NEVER happen again. “I’m A Busker” by Philly Busk…
 
Noise Bois, this episode is all about finding your voice… finding your Noise Vois, as it were. The Bois challenge a few bands to defend their honor in the ring, and get pretty deep into Scott Stapp from Creed’s love of fish. It’s BIG pizza fuck energy, all the way down! “Two Boys At The Bar” by Two Boys At The Bar“King Of The Bathroom” by Two Boys …
 
Gravy greetings, Noise Bois! Or should I say, Tone Turkeys? No, I shouldn’t. I’m sorry. That was Gary’s idea. As you stuff yourself with seasonal meats and treats, please use this episode as an escape from your terrible family. There’s no reason to suffer this holiday season, when you can pop in your headphones and disappear down the Noise Hole. Ta…
 
This week, things are getting spacey-wacey and prob’ly wobbly, as the Bois check in with everyone’s favorite low budget, British alien of mystery: Professor Time Problem. There’s also a ton of Blink-182 and pee-pee poo-poo songs. “I’ve Got Some Bad News” By Dr. Bluesman, M.D.“Our Medical Technology Is Severely Limited” by Bob Dylan“Crawling (Shanty…
 
Dearest Noise Bois, I would hope that as you commute to your place of business, enjoy a low impact workout on an elliptical machine, or simply drown out the incessant prattling of your cow-eyed coworkers (the only 3 acceptable ways to enjoy a podcast) that you appreciate this over indulgent dose of dueling Bowie impressions, a litany of funky and c…
 
This week Dave and Joel take a Dave and stroll down memory lane, as the bois recall their first computers. What is this? The TECHNOLOGY HOLE?! Not after Lemmy fucking Killmeister shows up to… talk about computers. Hmm… maybe it IS The Tech Hole, but you know, still with like a ton of fun songs. “The Unforgiven IV” by MetallicaAn update on Gary’s sm…
 
Put a trash bag over your head, and sinch it with a rubber band, because THIS is the Halloween (adjacent) episode of The Noise Hole, and YOUR costume is “Trash Ghost.” This SPOOOOKIEST of episodes only features MAX SPOOKS for the first ten-ish minutes, then the ENTIRE REST of it is about 1960’s doowop music… which SHOULD scare the living shits out …
 
Noise Bois, you’re going to have to forgive us as we indulge in this Nickelback-heavy Noise Hole. It’s a thing, it happened, let’s get past it. It’s like Soylent for your ears. It keeps you alive, but no one’s actually enjoying themselves. Also a seemingly NEVER ENDING train of rock stars, living and dead, visit The Hole today, no thanks to GARY! “…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
Underground Music, Hip-Hop/Rap/MCing, Breakcore, EDM and Metal Disc Jockey with either a much greater emphasis on linguistic inventiveness than mainstream forms or a greater emphasis on the use of extreme profanity and disturbing criminal themes. Starring: Scorpion Frequency, Electric Breathing, Brom:35, NoizeFloor, Dead Beat Project, The Rappists,…
 
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