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We Made This
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 7 - Best of 1996

We Made This

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 117:29


This month we're back to the year Colin's most excited about as we talk about our favourite songs of 1996, Including the best songs to receive a concussive head injury to, Songs to listen to at Ians house at 3am and subsequently fail your IT A-Level, & bands Colin apparently recommended to Tracey but has no recollection of.. We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Ian's wife Lydia, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them to Colin's wife Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order. Helen also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine. Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - Alisha's Attic, Tori Amos, Arab Strap, Belle & Sebastian, Butthole Surfers, CAKE, Nick Cave & The Dirty Three, Corrosion Of Conformity, The Cure, Mark Eitzel, Everything But The Girl, Fugees, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Korn, The Lemonheads, Lilys, Manowar, Mogwai, Neurosis, PET, Placebo, Sebadoh, DJ Shadow, Skinny Puppy, Stereolab, Tool, Type O Negative, Uresei Yatsura, & The Wedding Present. Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2gwaNgx9cVCoRuBX6B3V4k?si=22f66790599f4752 Find our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows - 1st place - 20 points 2nd place - 18 points 3rd place – 16 points 4th place – 14 points 5th place – 12 points 6th place – 9 points 7th place – 7 points 8th place – 5 points 9th place – 3 points 10th place -1 point Hosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey B Guest starring Helen Jackson-Brown. Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia Clarke Recorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig Podcasts Thanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system. Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

We Dig Music
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 7 - Best of 1996

We Dig Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 117:29


This month we're back to the year Colin's most excited about as we talk about our favourite songs of 1996, Including the best songs to receive a concussive head injury to, Songs to listen to at Ians house at 3am and subsequently fail your IT A-Level, & bands Colin apparently recommended to Tracey but has no recollection of..We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Ian's wife Lydia, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them to Colin's wife Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order. Helen also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine.Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - Alisha's Attic, Tori Amos, Arab Strap, Belle & Sebastian, Butthole Surfers, CAKE, Nick Cave & The Dirty Three, Corrosion Of Conformity, The Cure, Mark Eitzel, Everything But The Girl, Fugees, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Korn, The Lemonheads, Lilys, Manowar, Mogwai, Neurosis, PET, Placebo, Sebadoh, DJ Shadow, Skinny Puppy, Stereolab, Tool, Type O Negative, Uresei Yatsura, & The Wedding Present.Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2gwaNgx9cVCoRuBX6B3V4k?si=22f66790599f4752Find our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows -1st place - 20 points2nd place - 18 points3rd place – 16 points4th place – 14 points5th place – 12 points6th place – 9 points7th place – 7 points8th place – 5 points9th place – 3 points10th place -1 pointHosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey BGuest starring Helen Jackson-Brown.Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia ClarkeRecorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig PodcastsThanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system.Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

Synthentral
Synthentral 20220703 Twitch Session 80's

Synthentral

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 123:23


A little departure from my normal show as I go live with music from my teenage years, which includes music that is not synth heavy. Twitch Stream (Recorded Live): 80's Synthpop, New Wave, Goth, ec. Today's episode features music by Siouxsie & The Banshees, Echo & the Bunnymen, Love & Rockets, Depeche Mode, Erasure, Soft Cell, Berlin, Bauhaus, The Mission UK, Peter Murphy, Kitchens Of Distinction, Ian McCulloch, The Cocteaut Twins, The Cure, Duran Duran, Yaz, The Vapors, Nine Inch Nails, Front 242, Skinny Puppy, OMD, Tears For Fears, Human League, Real Life, Dead Or Alive, Kajagoogoo, The Chameleons, Joy Divison, and The Cult!

Nailed
[PATREON PREVIEW] Patron Pick: Skinny Puppy

Nailed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 10:01


Our "Great Destroyer" tier patrons get to suggest bonus episode topics, and Jody (@in2.the.v0idx) asked us to talk about Skinny Puppy's Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse! You likely already know about this album's track "Dig It" and its influence on Nine Inch Nails' "Down In It." Now listen as SP novices Blake and Jess dive deep into a Skinny Puppy album for the very first time! Pedestrian opinions abound! For the rest of this episode and more than 20 other bonus episodes of Nailed Even Deeper (where we go beyond the halos), subscribe to our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/nailedpod ! Be like Jody and pick your own episode topic! Thanks! We now sell MERCH! For all our other stuff check out nailedpod.com .

Somewhere in Time Podcast
1992 - Episode 8 - Industrial Episode Part 1

Somewhere in Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 102:16


In Episode 8 of their look back on albums from the year 1992, Somewhere in Time Podcast welcome Matt Carpenter and Aftab Datta to the podcast to discuss the albums Last Rights by Skinny Puppy and Broken by Nine Inch Nails. This is part one of a two-part episode covering some of the more popular industrial albums from 1992. Aftab and Matt are longtime friends of Keith and definitely have an opinion on Skinny Puppy that may or may not be shared with other members of the podcast. In Part two we will discuss the album Psalm 69 by Ministry.  Visit our Website: https://somewhereintimepodcast.com Follow Somewhere in Time Podcast on Social Media: www.facebook.com/somewhereintimepodcast www.twitter.com/SITMusicPodcast www.instagram.com/somewhereintimepodcast www.youtube.com/somewhereintimepodcast 

Music Swap
This Modern Passive Assimilation

Music Swap

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 54:38


Episode #12 Album/Artist #1: This Modern Glitch/The Wombats Album/Artist #2: Passive Me, Aggressive You/The Naked and Famous Song/Artist: Assimilate/Skinny Puppy   For Episode #12 of Music Swap, Rich and Jack discuss the albums “This Modern Glitch” by The Wombats and “Passive Me, Aggressive You” by The Naked and Famous. Will these albums be winners with the person they were selected for? Listen and find out! For song chat, Rich takes on a song from Skinny Puppy, “Assimilate” This episode contains excerpts from the songs “Back Again” by Jaymes and “Call Me” by JJ BlueFlame. Both songs are licensed for use through Tripple Scoop Music.

The Travel Addict
American expat Chris Seferyn talks about why he permanently lives overseas and will convince you to consider it. Lots of options out there.

The Travel Addict

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 55:12


Chris Seferyn grew up in Philly and spent 20 years mostly in the Midwest (Kansas City, MO + New Orleans) building, owning and managing 16 of his own restaurants bars and nightclubs. He has also been a co-manager for a seminal alternative band (Skinny Puppy) and ran their music publishing company.  A life long entrepreneur, he is now permanently international, currently living in Guadalajara, Mexico.So the big question is, "Can you live a better version of your current life internationally?"The answer is a big YES and we're talking about living a REAL LIFE the best way possible. In multiple countries. Fully diversified.His favorite conversation subjects are:1. How to live abroad for cheaper than you live in your current place.2. How to get 2nd passports and residencies or just live off visa waivers.3. Why the international life style is so cool.His website will certainly give you some great ideas if you're thinking about it.Find Chris here:https://www.dreamworldpassport.com https://twitter.com/Dworldpassport 

The Danny Diess Show
Episode 250 - 1990's Alternative Playlist

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 122:57


Today's show will feature music by PJ Harvey, Skinny Puppy, Dead Can Dance, Morrissey, Kate Bush, The Ocean Blue, The Sunday's, Deee-Lite, Depeche Mode, Portishead and more.

Communion After Dark
Communion After Dark - Episode 3/28/22

Communion After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 134:49


Monday, Mar 28, 2022: Communion After Dark -- featuring the latest and best in alternative-electronic music -- with music from Stabbing Westward, Schwarzschild, Auger, Skinny Puppy and more. 

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast
#586: Interview with Christopher Hall of Stabbing Westward

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 58:20


Though most people's introduction to Stabbing Westward was via their major label debut, Ungod, in 1994, Christopher Hall (vocals) and Walter Flakus (keyboards) had been making music together since their college days nearly a decade earlier. Blending the industrial influences of Nine Inch Nails, Ministry and Skinny Puppy with the goth rock of early Smashing Pumpkins and Depeche Mode, Stabbing Westward found themselves smack dab in the middle of the mid-90s alternative wave and toured with a wide range of acts ranging from KISS to the Sex Pistols to Killing Joke to Placebo. While fans may have appreciated the consistent releases (Ungod in ‘94, Wither Blister Burn & Peel in ‘96, Darkest Days in ‘98), it put a strain on relationships within the band and, after being dropped by Columbia and releasing a self-titled album on Koch Records in ‘01, Stabbing Westward came to end. Hall started The Dreaming, a band very much in the vein of Stabbing Westward's sound, while Flakus got into the radio business as a program director and DJ. A reunion in 2015 to celebrate the band's formation 30 years prior led to occasional live shows and eventually Hall retired The Dreaming name to reform Stabbing Westward with Flakus and some of his Dreaming band members. In 2020, Stabbing Westward released three new songs which led to a full album of new material, Chasing Ghosts, out on March 18, the first Stabbing Westward in 21 years.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Save Yourself (from Darkest Days) 6:52 - Ghost (from Ghost EP) Outro - What Do I Have To Do (from Wither Blister Burn & Peel)   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast
Christopher Hall of Stabbing Westward | Interview

Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 58:20


Though most people's introduction to Stabbing Westward was via their major label debut, Ungod, in 1994, Christopher Hall (vocals) and Walter Flakus (keyboards) had been making music together since their college days nearly a decade earlier. Blending the industrial influences of Nine Inch Nails, Ministry and Skinny Puppy with the goth rock of early Smashing Pumpkins and Depeche Mode, Stabbing Westward found themselves smack dab in the middle of the mid-90s alternative wave and toured with a wide range of acts ranging from KISS to the Sex Pistols to Killing Joke to Placebo. While fans may have appreciated the consistent releases (Ungod in ‘94, Wither Blister Burn & Peel in ‘96, Darkest Days in ‘98), it put a strain on relationships within the band and, after being dropped by Columbia and releasing a self-titled album on Koch Records in ‘01, Stabbing Westward came to end. Hall started The Dreaming, a band very much in the vein of Stabbing Westward's sound, while Flakus got into the radio business as a program director and DJ. A reunion in 2015 to celebrate the band's formation 30 years prior led to occasional live shows and eventually Hall retired The Dreaming name to reform Stabbing Westward with Flakus and some of his Dreaming band members. In 2020, Stabbing Westward released three new songs which led to a full album of new material, Chasing Ghosts, out on March 18, the first Stabbing Westward in 21 years.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Save Yourself (from Darkest Days) 6:52 - Ghost (from Ghost EP) Outro - What Do I Have To Do (from Wither Blister Burn & Peel)   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

Hellbent For Horror
Episode 107- Monstrous Music and Battle Hymns

Hellbent For Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 103:27


Music and Horror are kindred spirits. And many of us love it when music and horror meet in the shadows of our imaginations.  Join my guests, the hosts of the excellent DISCOVER THE HORROR PODCAST as we look at how we were attracted to the dark side of music, our influences, and how many different ways music express that darkness. This is a joint podcast with my good friends from Discover the Horror and the music conversation, focusing on horror movie soundtracks, continues on their podcast. Listen here: https://bit.ly/3Biup3H  What do Rupert Holmes and Black Sabbath have in common? Listen and find out! I hope you enjoy the show! BANDS, TOPICS, AND SONGS DISCUSSED: Iron Maiden Mike Oldfield- TubularBells (1973) Robert Goulet (performer) The Accused (punk band) Alice Cooper (band) Alice Cooper meets the Muppets (TV-1978) From the Inside (album-1978) Millie and Billie (song-1978) Love it to Death (album-1971) Antichrist Superstar (album-1996) Behemoth (band) Black Sabbath (band) Black Sabbath (album-1970) Born Again (album- 1983) Blood and Chocolate (1986) I Want You (song-1986) Bloody Hammers (band) Boris Karloff's Tales of the Frightened (album-1963) Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures (band) Celtic Frost (band) To Mega Therion (album-1985) Cold Ethyl (song-1975) Dead Babies (1971) Diamond Head (band) Am I Evil? (song-1979) Dickie Goodman- Mr. Jaws (song-1975) Dio: A Special from the Spectrum (concert video-1984) Famous monsters (band) Fulci (band) Garbage (band) Flying Saucer (song- 1956) Ghoultown (band) Hallowed Ground (album-1984) Country Death Song (song-1984) Violent Femmes (band) Halloween Hootenanny (album-1998) Horror Hop (album-1994) I Put a Spell on You -Screaming Jay Hawkins (1956) I Put a Spell on You- Marilyn Manson (1997) Johnny Cash- Delia's Gone (1962) The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black (band) Kembra Pfahler (artist/performer) King Diamond (performer/band) Abigail (album-1987) Mercyful Fate (band) Melissa (album-1983) Nuns Have No Fun (EP/song-1982) Kiss (band) Love Gun (album-1977) Paul Lynde Halloween Special (TV-1976) Lightnin' Hopkins- Goin' Back Home (song-1977) Link Wray- Rumble (song-1958) Lordi (band) Love Rollercoaster- Ohio Players (song-1975) Manowar (possibly the greatest band) Into Glory Ride (album-1983) Marty Robbins- El Paso (song- 1959) Metallica (band) Ride the Lightning (album-1984) Master of Puppets (1986) Ministry (band) Misfits (band) Evilive (live album-1987) Legacy of Brutality (1985) Where Eagles Dare (song-1985) Monster Bop (album-1993) Motley Crue (band) Motorhead (band) Murder Ballads (album -1996) My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult (band) Ozzy Bites the Head Off a Dove (event-1981) Paul McCartney and Wings (band) Piece of Mind (album-1983) Escape (The Pina Colada Song) (song-1979) Rupert Holmes (songwriter/performer) Powerwolf (band) The Return of the Living Dead (film/soundtrack-1985) Revolting Cocks (band) Robert Johnson (blues legend) Roky Erickson (performer) Cold Night for Alligators (song-1986) Samhain (band) November-Coming-Fire (album-1986) Satanic Panic (cultural event 1982-1989) Septic Death (band) Skinny Puppy (band) The Process (album-1996) Too Dark Park (1990) Skrewdriver (band) Soupy Sales- My Baby's Got a Crush on Frankenstein (song-1962) Stagger Lee/ Staggolee (historical figure) Stained Class (album-1976) Judas Priest (band) Stan (song-2000) Suicidal Tendencies (band) The Cramps (band) The Creeping Cruds (band) The Cure (band) Subway Song (song-1980) The Dead Elvi (band) The Spectres (band) This is Horror Punk (album-2003) The Buoys- Timothy (song-1971) Twisted Sister (band) Venom (band) Black Metal (album-1982) Voivod (band) W.A.S.P. (band) Zacherle- Dinner with Drac (song-1958)  

BASSFUG PODCAST
NULL404

BASSFUG PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 49:10


In this episode of the Bassfug Podcast we speak to Montreal's NULL404. We talk about industrial music, getting out of your comfort zone, expanding creativity by using hardware, the struggles of playing live, cliches in songs, the host sounding like a boomer, and bands "switching it up" too much.  It's another "the host projects his view of the music landscape onto the guest" episode that you don't wanna miss! ARTIST LINKS: DISCOGS: https://www.discogs.com/artist/8030780-James-D-St-Louis BANDCAMP: https://null404.bandcamp.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fuckjmz FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/null404band/

Metal and Horror Podcast: Metal And horror 24/7
Marilyn Manson "antichrist superstar" Album Review

Metal and Horror Podcast: Metal And horror 24/7

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 18:24


My review the the second studio album by Marilyn Manson which was releases on October 8th 1996. Antichrist Superstar is the second studio album by American rock band Marilyn Manson. It was released on October 8, 1996, by Nothing and Interscope Records. It was recorded at Nothing Studios in New Orleans and produced by the band's eponymous vocalist along with Sean Beavan, former Skinny Puppy producer Dave Ogilvie and Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. The recording of the album was marred by excessive drug use, which provoked a high level of antagonism between band members. Consequently, it was their last release to feature contributions from founding guitarist Daisy Berkowitz, who acrimoniously quit partway through recording.

The Belfry Network
Arcane Machine: Mystery & Sanctuary

The Belfry Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 99:23


The last Chapter of 2021 gets very interesting very quickly. Ed's selected a roster of industrial rock tracks that have ties to grunge from bands like God Lives Underwater and Kill Switch… Klick. Justin's sharing pieces on the theme of sanctuary and safety from artists that include Covenant and The Cult. Topping it off, a listener submission that may just be the “most mysterious song on the internet.” Can our hosts crack the mystery? Probably not, but it'll be fun to see them try! Special thanks to Discord friend LonelyAssassin96 for sending us this chapter's bonus track! Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to arcanemachinepodcast@gmail.com! The Arcane Machine is a monthly show with supplemental content on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord throughout each month. If you like what you hear, please visit the artists' pages linked below and buy some music! Social Media: The Belfry: A Home for Dark Culture: The Belfry is the home of excellent podcast Cemetery Confessions, plus interviews, art, and other podcasts rooted deeply in dark/ alternative lifestyles. Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheArcaneMachine/ Follow The Arcane Machine on Twitter: @arcane_machine Follow The Arcane Machine on Instagram: @the_arcane_machine Use the Discord Widget on the side of the page to join our server and chat with us The Tracklist:   1 – “Pro-Test” by Skinny Puppy from the album The Greater Wrong of the Right (2004) (Website) 2 – “I Close My Eyes” by Covenant from the album The Blinding Dark (2016) (Website) 3 – “Rearrange” by God Lives Underwater from the album Life in the So-Called Space Age (1998) (Website) 4 – “She Sells Sanctuary” by The Cult from the album Love (1985) (Website) 5 – “Watch Yourself” by Ministry from the album The Last Sucker (2007) (Website) 6 – “Stiff Kittens” by Blaqk Audio from the album CexCells (2007) (Website) 7 – “Produkt A” by Kill Switch… Klick from the album deGenerate (1997) (Discogs) 8 – “The Fragile” by NIN from the album The Fragile (1999) (Website) 9 – “Like the Wind” (possibly) by An Unknown Artist (aka “The Most Mysterious Song on the Internet”)

SOUNDWAVE
SOUNDWAVE : 89 : danielfuzztone

SOUNDWAVE

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 59:10


Today's guest deejay is danielfuzztone. daniel's mix is important to me for several reasons. One reason is that I meant daniel through Soundwave guest deejay Michael Donaldson (listen to Michael's mix here) when he posted an interview with daniel on his Micro.blog. Initially, I read the interview simply because it was on Micro.blog, a cool social media network I am a member of. But what hooked me was the interview itself and daniel's exploration of sound through this music. The other reason today's show is important to me is that while I love all the mixes on Soundwave, and I mean that, daniel's mix hit me in all the right places. He included some familiar and precious tracks from the likes of Miles Davis, This Mortal Coil and Skinny Puppy. This is stuff I immersed myself in the 80s and 90s, so it felt like putting on a well-worn sweater. But daniel's mix included a lot of stuff I had never heard of before, like Oliver Coates, Besombes & Rizet, and Angelo Badalamenti. It was a perfect blend of the familiar and unfamiliar that his mix provided just under an hour's with of dopamine hits. The final reason is that I listened to daniel's mix many places (while working, walking my dog, doing the dishes, etc.), but the place that had the most significance was in my car while driving my grandkid to day school. The experience is already special because I enjoy watching all the adults delivering their most precious of cargos and seeing the love and concern on their faces. daniel's mix heightened and already tender experience. Join us next weekend when our guest deejay will be Sean Slight. See you then! danielfuzztone “Prima Facie” Brian Eno “Triennale” The House in the Woods "Bucolica” Mark Pritchard “?” Miles Davis “In a Silent Way” Steven R. Smith “Awake” William Basinski “The Wheel of Fortune” danielfuzztone “Nishiki 10-Speed Dream” Boards of Canada “XYZ” Cult48 “Deep Calls to Deep”

Goin Off Podcast
Goin Off 292: Car Seat Headrest / Skinny Puppy / Sail-E

Goin Off Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 46:39


00:00 Sail-E "Safe Disposal of Unsafe Thoughts" album review 10:12 Skinny Puppy "Too Dark Park" listener requested album review 22:00 Car Seat Headrest "Teens of Denial" listener requested album review linktr.ee/therealrapcritic linktr.ee/mues

OWC RADiO
Rhys Fulber’s Out Of This World Music and This Week’s News from OWC Radio

OWC RADiO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021


This week Host, Cirina Catania talks with the ever-extraordinary electronic musician, Rhys Fulber. And she shares some great news from Tim Cook and the folks at Apple...Lumafusion has been awarded "Best Video App for 2021," on the App Store. You will love this conversation with Rhys. He is a truly international musical genius who was born in Vancouver of a German father and a mother from Great Britain.  Rhys grew up with the sounds of Led Zeppelin, Kraftwerk and the local punk rockers blasting from his father's recording studio. At the age of 13 he began drumming, sometimes gigging with his Dad, and he was always at the studio. In 1984, he became interested in electronic music and once he got his first synthesizer, life changed for him! He became friends with Bill Leeb, who had just left Skinny Puppy. Rhys' early adventures included collaborations with Front Line Assembly and eventually tours with that group as well as Delirium well into the late 90's. It was fun talking with him and I found him to be quite understated when it comes to talking about himself…He mentions the time when Sara Mc Lachlan dropped in on him and liked what she heard. They collaborated on that work! And a few years later, he worked with Sinead O'Connor. Of course, we talk about the GEAR that he uses to tour and create his electronic music, and I'm sure you'll find it fascinating. For more information about our amazing sponsor, Other World Computing, go to OWCDigital.com, where you'll find hardware and software solutions and tutorial videos that will get you up and running in no time. For more about our host, filmmaker, tech maven and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, Cirina Catania, visit cirinacatania.com. If you enjoy our podcast, please subscribe and tell all your friends about us! We love our listeners. And, if you have ideas for segments, write to OWCRadio@catania.us. Cirina is always up for new ideas!

14 Waves
Mixtape 57: I'm a stupid girl in a shitty world.

14 Waves

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 61:13


Radioaktivists – “Pieces of Me”, 2018. Mental Discipline – “Place Where I Belong”, 2019. IRIS – “One Kind”, 2019. Antilav – “In My Dreams (Signal Aout 42 Mix)”, 2015. Velvet Acid Christ – “Bend the Sky”, 2012. Echo & the Bunnymen – “The Killing Moon”, 1983. Eleven Pond – “Watching Trees”, 1986. Ministry – “Effigy (I’m Not An)”, 1983. Korine – “No Wait”, 2018. Standard Issue Citizen – “Torches (Downtempo)”, 2018. Front 242 – “Terminal State”, 1988. Kris Baha – “Fuels The Fire”, 2019. Skinny Puppy – “Natures Revenge”, 1990. hyperlacrimae – “Kobra (Endless)”, 2020.

RadioSPIN
PBM 521 MOCNA STRONA MUZYKI 168 gość Kuba Włodarczyk (EGOIST)

RadioSPIN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 91:05


W audycji Mocna Strona Muzyki tym razem głównym punktem programu będzie spotkanie z twórcą projektu EGOIST, Kubą Włodarczykiem. Jego muzyka mająca swoje korzenie w twórczości FLA czy Skinny Puppy z pewnością nie daje się zapomnieć. Jest intrygująca i porywająca, a soczyste elektroniczne brzmienia i linia basu przywołuje z pamięci najciekawsze skojarzenia z EBM. Nie zabraknie również klimatów bliskim legendarnym już audycjom Tomasza Beksińskiego. Znacznie więcej usłyszycie w trakcie audycji. Jacek Ciołek

Road To Hellfest
Road To Hellfest s05e12

Road To Hellfest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 91:43


Douzième épisode de la saison cinq de ce sublime podcast, Au programme, on parle : du Festival In Your Face qui aura lieu le 5 et 6 Novembre et on fait une grosse news sur le Zevent et la venue de Trinity et Alexclick sur la scène du Metal Corner aux côtés de Kawaii Bukake Et bien sûr, les nouvelles chroniques de cette saison avec pour le premier week-end :Asg, In Other Climes, Rudeboy Plays Urban Dance Squad et Primordial Et pour le second week-end :Skinny Puppy, Moonspell, Kadavar et Symphony X Toujours présenté par Jack… Et Bob.En Joie

One Media One Media
Episode 39: Flying Witch & Little Which Academia and Skinny Puppy - Rabies

One Media One Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 60:56


Takeshi and Santos check out Flying Witch & Little Which Academia and Skinny Puppy - RabiesYou can watch Flying Witch on Crunchy Roll You can watch Little Which AcademiaandYou can listen to Skinny Puppy - Rabies on Spotify 

RadioSPIN
BPM 518 MOCNA STRONA MUZYKI 165: Various Artists | 27.09.2021

RadioSPIN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 91:03


Grupa DEPECHE MODE jest jedną z największych gwiazd współczesnej muzyki rockowej w tym popularnej. Legenda grupy tworzona była przez kilka dekad. Jest wzorem dla wielu innych zespołów próbujących tworzyć zaangażowany elektroniczny pop-rock. W oczekiwaniu na nową płytę zachęcam do przypomnienia ostatniego albumu zatytułowanego „SPIRIT”. W audycji pojawi się również nowy polski projekt o nazwie EGOIST nawiązujący nieco do innej legendy SKINNY PUPPY. Pojawią się również: Clinic, Trisomie 21, The Mission, oraz Lady Tron. Zapraszam Jacek Ciołek

QUER QUE EU RESENHE?
"Killing Game" - Skinny Puppy (1992) | GUARDA ESSA CANÇÃO | Ep. 0045

QUER QUE EU RESENHE?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 13:14


No novo episódio do GUARDA ESSA CANÇÃO, o grande Breno Mendonça dá outra aula sobre um gênero undergound: o Industrial. A partir de uma canção do Skinny Puppy, faz todo um inventário sobre o gênero, suas origens, sua importância e suas influências. O quadro GUARDA ESSA CANÇÃO (batizado em homenagem à canção homônima do Barão Vermelho) será o espaço para resenharmos grandes canções, aquelas que nos marcaram profundamente. Sejam bem-vind@s ao Canal/Podcast QUER QUE EU RESENHE? e esperamos que vocês gostem.

HELL F****N’ YEAH!
Jon Ehlers of BANGLADEAFY

HELL F****N’ YEAH!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 64:31


Episode 58 of the HELL FUCKIN' YEAH! Podcast with Mike Gruttola. Interview with one half of the Synth Punk duo BANGLADEAFY. Be sure to watch all the way through for the music video for "TAR" at the end. If you are fans of Nine Inch Nails, Skinny Puppy; or just Industrial and Metal fans check out BANGLADEAFY. NEW ALBUM HOUSEFLY AVAILABLE NOW! bangladeafy/bandcamp.com

DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands
Troy Payne, Founder and Lead Vocalist of the Wake

DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 21:36


Post Punk band hailing from Columbus, Ohio, The Wake released their latest album called Perfumes and Fripperies on Blaylox Records.  I spoke to Troy Payne, one of the founding members of the Wake  which he founded with high school buddy and guitarist of the Wake, Rich Witherspoon in 1986.The Wake debuted their album Masked in 1993 via Cleopatra Records, "considered by many gothic rock fans as a landmark release" (Miranda Yardley, Terrorizer Magazine). Throughout their career, they have had many successful releases such as the memorable, "Sideshow,"  the AP Dance charting single, "Christine", "Nazarene" and "Nine Ways," just to name a few. The band joined tour-dates supporting US industrial pioneers Skinny Puppy (1988), and indie-folk/dreampop trio The Innocence Mission (1989) while The Wake's own headline shows were renowned for causing mayhem: either filling local club venues well beyond capacity, or attracting the Fire Department when excessive use of smoke machines spilled out into the streets.Together with fellow bandmates bassist James Tramel, drummer Daniel C, Rich Witherspoon and Troy Payne, The Wake is positioned to help define a new decade of goth music with the release  of Perfumes and Fripperies, their first full-length album in nearly 25 years .Recorded over many months in different locations and various circumstances, the album will not disappoint long time fans and new fans.  Perfumes and Fripperies  has been called "both their best album to date" while also honoring their legacy  with themes like isolation, unrequited love, madness, multiple personality disorder, purgatory, loss, and regret – the album's lyrical content is decidedly dark and introspective and diverse.https://thewakeus.bandcamp.com/album/perfumes-and-fripperieshttps://www.facebook.com/thewakehttps://www.instagram.com/the_wake_us

FRANCY AND FRIENDS
JOE SHMO WE ARE LUCKY WE GOT JOE MOE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FRANCY AND FRIENDS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 96:00


 Joe Moe is a 3rd generation Hawaiian entertainer, studio vocalist, screenwriter, FX artist and designer of dark rides for international theme parks. He co-created Mad Monster magazine and conventions, which he hosted for a decade. Joe currently hosts Days of the Dead horror cons nationally and created and edits a series of five annual Days of the Dead/Black Bed Sheet Books "Fanthologies" discovering and publishing new horror writers. Joe was caretaker to the late 92-year-old genre legend and creator/editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine, Forrest J Ackerman (1916-2008) in his Ackermansion of Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror. You can hear Joe's solo CD Mainland at iTunes. Joe served as catalog editor for Profiles in History, premiere Hollywood memorabilia auction house. Joe is currently developing a new theatrical project with Nivek Ogre of Skinny Puppy and FX makeup wizard Chris Gallagher. Funky Facts: Joe sculpted a monster mask, Schizoid, for legendary Don Post Studios, once operated the front half of beloved Muppet, Snuffleupagus, and swam with a 7-foot Tiger Shark (accidentally)! Joe happily lives and toils in Hollywood, California.

FRANCY AND FRIENDS
JOE SHMO WE ARE LUCKY WE GOT JOE MOE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FRANCY AND FRIENDS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 96:00


 Joe Moe is a 3rd generation Hawaiian entertainer, studio vocalist, screenwriter, FX artist and designer of dark rides for international theme parks. He co-created Mad Monster magazine and conventions, which he hosted for a decade. Joe currently hosts Days of the Dead horror cons nationally and created and edits a series of five annual Days of the Dead/Black Bed Sheet Books "Fanthologies" discovering and publishing new horror writers. Joe was caretaker to the late 92-year-old genre legend and creator/editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine, Forrest J Ackerman (1916-2008) in his Ackermansion of Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror. You can hear Joe's solo CD Mainland at iTunes. Joe served as catalog editor for Profiles in History, premiere Hollywood memorabilia auction house. Joe is currently developing a new theatrical project with Nivek Ogre of Skinny Puppy and FX makeup wizard Chris Gallagher. Funky Facts: Joe sculpted a monster mask, Schizoid, for legendary Don Post Studios, once operated the front half of beloved Muppet, Snuffleupagus, and swam with a 7-foot Tiger Shark (accidentally)! Joe happily lives and toils in Hollywood, California.

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts
Heresy with Adz 10.07.2021

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 121:22


If you missed last nights Heresy, and looking for something to help pass the time till the big game tonight, you're in luck, as the podcast is now available to download This weeks #SoundtrackSoundbites was with Nine Inch Nails. #HeresysQuantumLeap was Die Krupps and Skinny Puppy took a joyride #OnTheFlipside Playlist Godflesh - Xnoybis Voidant - La Loba A Cloud Of Ravens - Ban-Druidh (The White Witch)(Tummyache Remix) Priest - Let Your Body Go Lucia Cifarelli - Dear Divinity Nine Inch Nails - Closer Order Of The Static Temple - This Is Not The End The Joy Thieves - Valley Of Pistols The Academy Of Sun - It's Finished When It's Destroyed Descendants Of Cain - Altered Ministry - Good Trouble Skinny Puppy - Bark Caroline Blind - Cold Al1ce - Electrical Damsel In The Dollhouse - Dolly Dear JG And The Robots ft Jean-Luc De Meyer - Robots In Berlin Der Prosector - The Instrument Tayne - Silence (Jesu Mix) Christian Death - She Never Woke Up Die Krupps - Doppelganger Die Krupps (Don't Fear) The Reaper Controversial - Violence (Die Krupps Mix) Skynd - Michelle Carter T.A.S.S. - If You Don't Like My Dog You can catch Heresy every Saturday at 10pm

No One Likes Us
Gary Ridgway Is A Piece Of Shit

No One Likes Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 121:40


Both Terry and Wee cover the life and crimes of Gary Leon Ridgway, discuss the 4-Skins, and suffer through Skinny Puppy.   Music by:  Having Kittens 

14 Waves
Mixtape 45: Well, if it's just in my head it might be too late.

14 Waves

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 54:55


Missions – “Spoken”, 2019. Tanyny – “South”, 2019. Hante. – “Burning (ft. Box von Düe)”, 2018. Depeche Mode – “Halo (Breakbeat/Wave Remix)”, 2020. NNHMN – “Special”, 2020. Kevorkian Death Cycle – “Distorted Religion”, 2015. Sally Dige – “I Can’t Be”, 2017. Structures – “Embassy”, 2018. Fearing – “In the Fog”, 2017. The Misfits – “TV Casualty”, 1985. Cubanate – “9:59”, 1997. Skinny Puppy – “Hardset Head”, 1998. Panther Modern – “Ask Yourself”, 2019. Download – “Possession”, 1996. Website link: https://skullandcrossfades.com/well-if-its-just-in-my-head-it-might-be-too-late

NIGHT DEMON HEAVY METAL PODCAST
Episode #43 - Roots of the Demon - Part 1

NIGHT DEMON HEAVY METAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 65:40


Welcome to part 1 of "Roots of the Demon," in which we transport you way back in time to explore the band members' pre-Night Demon musical histories. For this episode, each of the three current Night Demon members walks you through his childhood, his introduction to the world of music, his gateway musical discoveries, and his formative years of learning to play an instrument. The narrative is unflinchingly candid, as the listener is granted full access to the back stories of Armand, Dusty and Jarvis without pretense or posturing.  You will even learn about each member's first band, complete with clips of the music where available Become a subscriber today at nightdemon.net/subscriber. This week, subscribers have access to the bonus content below:Streaming audio for the song "Why?" by Systematic Addict (Dusty's first band)Full video of HELL'S BELLS: Dangers of Rock 'N Roll (documentary)Video clip of Freedom Rock Commercial The Mad Greek Cafe - https://www.facebook.com/madgreekcafe/Roseto, PA - http://boroughroseto.com/Oxnard, CA - https://www.oxnard.org/Henson's Music Center - https://www.hensonsmusic.net/Freedom Rock commercial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eGWW8KOQioIll Repute "Oxnard" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGICdGcIuHIHell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock'n'Roll (part 1) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vylqX6sevqoHell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock'n'Roll (part 2) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9Nq2ru2MAETo unlock massive amounts of bonus content, become a subscriber at nightdemon.net/subscriber

14 Waves
Mixtape 42: Let's all smash through the fear of being real.

14 Waves

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 57:42


PTP – “Rubber Glove Seduction”, 1989. Fad Gadget – “For Whom The Bells Toll (MontCosmik Edit)”, 2018. Cyberaktif – “Nothing Stays”, 1990. Skinny Puppy – “Rodent”, 1988. Tones On Tail – “Go!”, 1984. Twin Tribes – “Shadows”, 2018. The Big Pink – “Velvet”, 2009. Order 89 – “Barbara”, 2019. Swans – “Love Of Life (Long)”, 2015. Sydney Valette – “Back From Mexico”, 2019. Giant Monsters on the Horizon – “DEL CTRL & ESC vs ZITH”, 2018. Detachments – “Chain 0f Secrets”, 2018. Statiqbloom – “Talons Teeth”, 2016. Kate Bush – “Running up that Hill”, 1985. Website link: https://skullandcrossfades.com/lets-all-smash-through-the-fear-of-being-real

Metal Matters
117 - Youth Code

Metal Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 59:18


Sara Taylor and Ryan George of industrial titans Youth Code are the guests for this week's episode. Since their inception in 2012, Youth Code's impeccable blend of pulverizing EBM with hardcore and metal sensibilities have cemented them as true torchbearers for much of today's synth driven extreme music. The band has leveled audiences the world over, touring with acts as varied as Skinny Puppy, Chelsea Wolfe, Code Orange, Deafheaven, and Carpenter Brut. In March they self-released A Skeleton Key in the Doors of Depression; a collaborative lp with esteemed producer King Yosef. We caught up with Ryan and Sara to discuss the new record, the perils of touring, trying to stay creative in the midst of a global pandemic, and the blood feud that is synths vs. guitars. Oh, and I might have gotten myself cursed in the process. Stick around and find out how! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Solar Fake : We talk. Who cares?
Auf einen Vodka- Tonic mit Peter Spilles

Solar Fake : We talk. Who cares?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 89:25


In dieser Folge geht es ein wenig um Ostern, vor allem aber um unseren Gast, Peter Spilles, Sänger von Project Pitchfork. Mit ihm reden wir natürlich über die gerade erschienene Vinyl- Version von Akkretion & Fragment, über seine musikalischen Anfänge und Wege, Touren, Charts, Majorlabels und noch vieles mehr. Wir stellen ihm natürlich auch Eure zahlreichen Fragen :-) Wen unser Gelaber am Anfang stört, kann gleich zum Part mit Peter springen, der beginnt so ca. bei 19m 37s ;-) Hier noch ein paar Links für Euch von Bands, die im Gespräch erwähnt wurden : Project Pitchfork: https://www.project-pitchfork.eu/ Chemnical Sweet Kid: https://chemicalsweetkid.com/ Anders Manga: https://andersmanga.com/ Devo: http://www.clubdevo.com/ cEvin Key: https://www.facebook.com/subconsciousstudios/ Peter Bröckmann Octet : https://www.trost.at/peter-broetzmann-octet-machine-gun.html Habt viel Spaß beim Hören! Schickt uns gern weiter Fragen und vor allem Schnellrunden, denn die gehen uns allmählich aus ;-) Wie immer an podcast@solarfake.de

Lone Sound: The Podcast
Episode 206 - DJ EZ Eddie D

Lone Sound: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2021 56:08


DJ EZ Eddie D has the longest running hip-hop radio show in the world. He's also a DJ, with a vinyl collection comprising roughly 8,000 records that ranges from Curtis Mayfield and Billie Holiday to Skinny Puppy and Jefferson Starship. We get into some tricks of the trade in terms of DJing, from blending vs. scratching to sampling. Eddie talks about becoming friends with Erykah Badu in the '80s, the state of rap and hip-hop today, and how he got his stage name (his real name is Eddie Murphy). Eddie is an OG of the Texas music scene and he's got some great stories. His weekly show "Knowledge Dropped, Lessons Taught" airs Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. CST on KNON 89.3. Listen to previous episodes on the KNON app. If you're in Dallas, you can catch him spinning at Whitehall Exchange and Tacos y Vino (listen to the episode for specific dates/times). $$ DONATE to LONE SOUND: THE PODCAST

SOUNDWAVE
SOUNDWAVE : 47 : OUT OF HELL

SOUNDWAVE

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2021 51:44


Today's guest deejay is Boris Tyurin, AKA Out of Hell. Out of Hell continues my exploration of musicians who mine the ores ambient, classical, experimental, and instrumental on Bandcamp. It's been a successful endeavor, and previous Bandcamp artists who have been guest deejays on SOUNDWAVE are Ishmael Cormack, Tim Six of ΠΑΝΘΕΟΝ Records, and Ivan Somov, AKA Notnotice. I'll be honest, what made me listen to Out of Hell's was the influence of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft on his music. It's interesting because Lovecraft's books are in the public domain Lovecraft permeates popular culture. In particular, his Cthulhu mythos. You can find Lovecraft's tentacled Elder God in the form of crochet toys, tiki mugs, and pajamas. The sublime terror of Cthulhu has been diminished into a safe, consumer item. The only people who tap into the nihilistic horror of Cthulhu are comic book writer Alan Moore, role-playing game creators, and bands such as Rudimentary Peni and Skinny Puppy. Not everything Out of Hell records is touched by the tentacles of Cthulhu, but the influence is there. Out of Hell explores the realm of dark ambient. His music can be just as delicate and pretty as a lot of ambient music, but it's mysterious and often tinged with dream and anxiety. His mix is more than a selection of some of his best work. It's an experience to be had. Join us next week when our guest deejay will be Dani, founder of Kloob Music. See you then! Out of Hell “The Dark” Our of Hell “Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares” Out of Hell “The Temple” Out of Hell “The Whisperer in Darkness” Out of Hell “The Voice of the Night” Out of Hell “The Ruins” Out of Hell “Introspection” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soundwavemix/message

NECROMANIACS PODCAST
NECROMANIACS 068: HUNTER HUNTER

NECROMANIACS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 74:28


A bleak tale of isolation and revenge, Mike H and Jeff dig into this 2020 American horror film written and directed by Shawn Linden.  Do you remember Nick Stahl?   Intro: "Solar Lodge 1" - Coil Outro: "T.F.W.O." - Skinny Puppy

Musical Taste Society
Ep. 34 - Part. 3 - W/C 1st Feb

Musical Taste Society

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 35:20


Part 3 and it's event of the week. Joseph kicks things off with the time the US Government faced legal action from dark industrial band Skinny Puppy. Why were they unhappy? Their music was used to torture prisoners! In fairness, it's never a dream for any band when they start out. John digs into the time that Chuck Berry reached number one with 'My Ding-A-Ling', a heartwarming ditty about a child being given a toy bell, yet surprisingly some people thought he was talking about his winkle.  Like it, share it, tell a pal

We Dig Music
We Dig Music - Series 4 Episode 1 - Best of 1985

We Dig Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2021 115:31


It's 2021! But not for your intrepid We Dig Music crew. We've stolen Doc Emmet Brown's DMC DeLorean and gone back to 1985 where we've been riding around in Sinclair C5's, wearing ridiculous baggy suits, and watching Live Aid on telly. We've also been talking about songs that sound like Adam Ant at the wrong speed, Guitars that sound like pointy spiders, & Electro classics performed in sadly missed Birmingham toy shops.We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Ian's wife Lydia, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them to Colin's wife Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order. Helen also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine.Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - A-Ha!, Anthrax, Beat Happening, Kate Bush, Celtic Frost, Lloyd Cole & The Commotions, The Cult, The Cure, The Dream Academy, Everything But The Girl, Foreigner, Gene Loves Jezebel, Paul Hardcastle, Hüsker Dü, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Howard Jones, Killing Joke, Kino, Cyndi Lauper, Mental As Anything, Prefab Sprout, Prince, R.E.M., Saint Vitus, Skinny Puppy, The Smiths, S.O.D., Sonic Youth, Suzanne Vega & Tom WaitsFind all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7Mr106Uvvpqzt0p3nbBcvU?si=ztbbIDHNT4-yfL1l5LuskwThe playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows -1st place - 20 points2nd place - 18 points3rd place – 16 points4th place – 14 points5th place – 12 points6th place – 9 points7th place – 7 points8th place – 5 points9th place – 3 points10th place -1 pointHosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey BGuest starring Helen Jackson-Brown.Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia ClarkeRecorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig PodcastsThanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system.Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast We're part of the We Made This podcast network. Find all our episodes plus other brilliant shows such as We Buy Records, Pick A Disc, Giddy Carousel Of Pop plus Colin and Ian's other podcast Free With This Months Issue and loads more at http://wemadethispod.com/ You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.comSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis

We Made This
We Dig Music - Series 4 Episode 1 - Best of 1985

We Made This

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2021 115:31


It's 2021! But not for your intrepid We Dig Music crew. We've stolen Doc Emmet Brown's DMC DeLorean and gone back to 1985 where we've been riding around in Sinclair C5's, wearing ridiculous baggy suits, and watching Live Aid on telly. We've also been talking about songs that sound like Adam Ant at the wrong speed, Guitars that sound like pointy spiders, & Electro classics performed in sadly missed Birmingham toy shops. We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Ian's wife Lydia, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them to Colin's wife Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order. Helen also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine. Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - A-Ha!, Anthrax, Beat Happening, Kate Bush, Celtic Frost, Lloyd Cole & The Commotions, The Cult, The Cure, The Dream Academy, Everything But The Girl, Foreigner, Gene Loves Jezebel, Paul Hardcastle, Hüsker Dü, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Howard Jones, Killing Joke, Kino, Cyndi Lauper, Mental As Anything, Prefab Sprout, Prince, R.E.M., Saint Vitus, Skinny Puppy, The Smiths, S.O.D., Sonic Youth, Suzanne Vega & Tom Waits Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7Mr106Uvvpqzt0p3nbBcvU?si=ztbbIDHNT4-yfL1l5Luskw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows - 1st place - 20 points 2nd place - 18 points 3rd place – 16 points 4th place – 14 points 5th place – 12 points 6th place – 9 points 7th place – 7 points 8th place – 5 points 9th place – 3 points 10th place -1 point Hosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey B Guest starring Helen Jackson-Brown. Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia Clarke Recorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig Podcasts Thanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system. Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast We're part of the We Made This podcast network. Find all our episodes plus other brilliant shows such as We Buy Records, Pick A Disc, Giddy Carousel Of Pop plus Colin and Ian's other podcast Free With This Months Issue and loads more at http://wemadethispod.com/ You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com Support the We Made This podcast network on Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis

DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands
Austrian Record Producer and Songwriter, Bill Leeb of Front Line Assembly and Delerium

DJ Nocturna Presents Queen of Wands

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2021 38:15


I spoke to the Austrian record producer and songwriter Bill Leeb, a founding member of the legendary Canadian electro-industrial act, Front Line Assembly (FLA).FLA has produced over 16 studio albums, 3 live albums, numerous singles and compilations and video game soundtracks since its inception in 1986. FLA has a new album called Mechanical Soul. Official release date is January 15, 2021 from Metropolis Records. https://www.metropolis-records.com. The new album features Jean-Luc De Meyer from Belgian EBM group Front 242 and Dino Cazares from American industrial metal band Fear Factory. In addition to Front Line Assembly , Bill Leeb is also known for his myriad of other musical projects, some of which include Synaesthesia, Noise Unit, Intermix, Fauxliage, Pro Tech, Cyberaktif and the industrial pioneer act, Skinny Puppy. His most commercially successful project is called Delerium which he started in 1987 with Conjure One founder Rhys Fulber. Delerium released over 15 Albums and EPs, received two Juno Awards for Best Dance Recording in 1998 for "Euphoria, (Rabbit in the Moon Mix)" and in 2000 for "Silence." https://frontlineassembly.bandcamp.comhttp://www.mindphaser.comPhoto by Alexander Jung, 2018

Every Playlist Tells A Story
Episode 26 - Motley Crue, Savage Garden & Flippy-Floppies

Every Playlist Tells A Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2020 75:11


This week's #EveryPlaylistTellsAStory podcast, Todd shares his annual Birthday tradition of rockin' out to classic Motley Crue, deep dives on the catalog and goes off on several tangents including talking about Skinny Puppy and Rammstein. Jimmy goes way back to when they first met and finally asks Todd why Savage Garden is in his collection. We also want to know if you have a “Guilty Pleasure” music selection. Please send us yours at EveryPlaylistTellsAStory@gmail.com Todd's Birthday Motley Crue Playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1TAYaM6PQT7T71mPw4ZOD7?si=SJ-nU8-NRf6atWAbe72rGA This week's official songs available on the EPTAS Spotify playlist at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3UTJ2QXx9h9UWYQYWRoUtI?si=PJUZYrQHS0KjPPgUUHzmmg Youtube Stuff Motley Crue – Shout At The Devil '97 https://youtu.be/5VsxbjB715c Savage Garden – I Want You https://youtu.be/HQt6jIKNwgU Rammstein Moments https://youtu.be/GX0GXhDLaC4 #ToddBirthday #PartyLikeYour25 #WhittlingWood #TikTokMinute #BirthdayTradition #MotleyCrue #DecadeOfDecadence #ToddsBirthdayMotleyCruePlaylist #TommyLee #BadAssDrummingTricks #SexPistolsVsBillGrundy #SkinnyPuppy #ShoutAtTheDevil97 #TheDirt #TooFastForLove #Mothman #TonyPacos #Rammstein #JimmyKnowsHisDates #KippleesHotHam&Cheese #GuiltyPleasureMusic #KevinSmithAndPrince #SavageGarden #IWantYou #ChicaCherryCola #EveryoneHasAThemeSong #JimmyDontJudge #PeaboBrysonAndKennyG #ByTheTimeThisNightIsOver #SomeoneNeedsAHug

Blå måndag
#58 Mats Almegård

Blå måndag

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 90:15


Hösten är här och vad är då bättre än att kura ner sig i soffan med en god bok? Tur att Mats Almegård, kulturjournalist och motspänstig synthare, har skrivit en om Twice A Man’s skiva Works On Yellow från 1986. Vi pratar om boken och Twice A Man, om Mats jobb i Elektroniskt i P2, om vad som händer backstage hos Skinny Puppy och svävar ut om barnlåtar i knepiga taktarter. Oktoberfest!

Two Pour Bastards
AndrewTremblay

Two Pour Bastards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 76:40


This week we have Andrew Tremblay AKA STRNGR on the show. Due to technically difficulty Kiel is mostly in the background. But we have a most excellent chat with the main man of dark synth artwork. We chat about the Nightwav scene in new york, lazerpunk, destryur and his early influences. We also chat 70's and 80's horror movies. musical influences such as Skinny Puppy, Godflesh and Gost. His remix work with Lazerpunk and Destyur and so much more.

The New Dad Rock
EP 21. Electronic Avenue

The New Dad Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2020 22:53


By the late 80s, the halcyon sound of synthesizers and electronic drums had become ubiquitous. No artist was safe from the effervescent mechanical march that swept up Rush and resulted in Judas Priest's make most controversial album (Turbo). But this episode has literally nothing to do with any of that.You're welcome.No, this week The New Dad Rock delves deep into the uncanny valley. From innocent beginnings in machine learning with Depeche Mode we delve headlong into the industrial lairs of Ministry and Nine Inch Nails. The snapping jaws of Skinny Puppy give way to our cyberpunk future. Anxiety sets in and the end of the world vibe of the late-90s forgets the despair to make the best of what's still around. So rave 'til dawn with Keith, Steve, and very special guest, H.A. Eugene as they stroll down Electronic Avenue.  LA Style - James Brown Is DeadPaul Hardcastle - 19Smart E's - Sesame's TreetNine Inch Nails - The Only Time Ministry (feat. Gibby Haynes) - Jesus Built My HotrodDeath Grips - I Break Mirrors With My Face in the United States KMFDM - A Drug Against the WarSkinny Puppy - RiversFront 242 - HeadhunterMeat Beat Manifesto - Edge of No ControlDavid Bowie - WarswazaLady in the Radiator - In HeavenDJ Simon - Free at Last Claude VonStroke - CaliFuture nala - Telepathy Nikki Nair - Breakz 4 Love (set) Support the show (https://teespring.com/stores/the-new-dad-rock)

Crucial Listening
#59: Only Now (Kush Arora)

Crucial Listening

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2020 124:34


Dub reggae masterclass, cacophonous veganism, ambient treasure troves. The musician and producer discusses three important albums (and an honourable mention).

Sacred Tension
The Process Church of the Final Judgement feat. William Morrison

Sacred Tension

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 61:26


In this episode of Sacred Tension I talk to William Morrison -- longtime Satanic Temple leader and member of legendary industrial band Skinny Puppy -- about the "deviant psychotherapy cult" Process Church of the Final Judgement, and how it laid the philosophical groundwork for The Satanic Temple. Watch Sympathy for the Devil -- the documentary about The Process -- here: https://thesatanictemple.tv/media/sympathy-for-the-devil/ and don't forget to use my promo code SACREDTENSION at checkout to receive one month free. Please remember to subscribe, share this episode with your friends, and write a five star review on Apple Podcasts. Let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment or writing an email. If your feedback is excellent, I might feature it in my monthly Best Comments series. https://stephenbradfordlong.com/contact/ My work is sponsored by The Satanic Temple TV: a streaming platform featuring documentaries, livestreams, conversation, rituals, and more. Use my code SACREDTENSION at checkout to get one month free. https://thesatanictemple.tv/ Become a patron so I can continue my crippling content creation addiction: https://www.patreon.com/StephenBradfordLong Read my dozens of articles on Satanism, skepticism, religion, etc.: https://stephenbradfordlong.com/ Join my Discord server: https://discord.gg/PrDU4zx Find other Rock Candy podcasts: https://www.rockcandyrecordings.com/ The music is by The Jellyrox: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7uO3W7ZaXXbVS1xfuNSX2c?si=rRsDof58Q4mwO5VLqysgKg And Eleventyseven: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6QcsVvR5z15HL7FT4QF2KD?si=8aPrj9TPT4WjfpifYBXOOQ Join my mailing list: https://mailchi.mp/26d6f66bc739/stephenbradfordlong Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/stephenblong

Cyberage Radio 2019
Cyberage Radio 08.22.2020 : DIVERJE, E.S.A, PRE-EMPTIVE STRIKE 0.1, RED LOKUST, DISTOXIA, ANGELS OF SUICIDE, SYNCFACTORY, INFEKTED (FEAT.DIVERJE), CIVIL HATE, AUTOIGNITION, TOXIKK DECEPTION, SYSTEMSON, PSYCHOSOMATIK, RIOTLEGION, + A GENIUS OF NEFARIOUS 1

Cyberage Radio 2019

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2020


Cyberage Radio 08.22.2020 : DIVERJE, E.S.A, PRE-EMPTIVE STRIKE 0.1, RED LOKUST, DISTOXIA, ANGELS OF SUICIDE, SYNCFACTORY, INFEKTED (FEAT.DIVERJE), CIVIL HATE, AUTOIGNITION, TOXIKK DECEPTION, SYSTEMSON, PSYCHOSOMATIK, RIOTLEGION, + A GENIUS OF NEFARIOUS 1 HOUR BLOCK TRIBUTE!! BIO-MECHANICAL DEGENERATION, LARVA, HEXADIODE, SKINNY PUPPY, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY