Podcasts changed the way I listen to and find music in a radical way.
Podcasts mean that you never have to listen to bad radio stations ever again, and never miss good radio shows.
However, the problem shifted from finding good music to finding good podcasts, and that’s why I give links and descriptions of my favourite ones here.
Following in the series of essential listening podcasts or unmissable podcasts about the history of technology and music, here are more links to wonderful series of just plain interesting music:
downloadable radio show by Philippe Petit, very eclectic from acousmatic to noise rock, minimal talking
Radio France program by GRM veterans David Jisse, Christian Zanési, Christophe Bourseiller, from acousmatic to electronica, trying to catch up with the current generation’s musical inventions, too much talking
Following, at a slow pace, the first post with podcast tips, here is a list of podcasts that are absolutely essential listening for anyone interested in how electronic music came about and to what extent technology has influenced or instigated creative musical practices. Read the rest of this entry »
Nat Roe at cult freeform radio station WFMU has discovered CataRT in this blog post about chartsweeps (mashups of years of Top-10 songs compressed into one piece of music (? / sound / deflagration?)).
Sunday night will take place the radio transmission of Tapage Nocturne by Bruno Letort, featuring a performance of Emmanuelle Gibello‘s pieces Collision I–III, interpreted by Diemo Schwarz, and an interview around the project Je suis l’écho de l’ombre d’une ombre with Emmanuelle Gibello, Diemo Schwarz, Maurin Donneaud, Vincent Roudeaux.
The show is available as podcast!
Rare Frequency: drone, experimental, up to Turkish Psych
Framework: field recordings, phonography
Brainwashed Radio – The Podcast Edition: dark pop, experimental
SONGS OF PRAISE (Radio Aligre): experimental and weird music
lots of talking, invited artists, Paris concert tips