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Best Noise Pop Industries podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Noise Pop Industries podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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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 ...
 
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
 
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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
 
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by Mark Delete
 
Mostly EBM/Harsh Electro, danceable sets. Some Synth Pop thrown in every now and then.
 
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!!
 
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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’ ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 GAR ...…
 
Monster Rally’s music is an escapist trip through exotica, hip-hop and dollar bin record samples, that feels like taking a trip to paradise without leaving your chair. And for the first My Mix episode in two years (!!!) Monster Rally's Ted Feighan comes on the Noise Pop Podcast to share a mix of songs that have inspired his music. Monster Rally ...…
 
Monster Rally’s music is an escapist trip through exotica, hip-hop and dollar bin record samples, that feels like taking a trip to paradise without leaving your chair. And for the first My Mix episode in two years (!!!) Monster Rally's Ted Feighan comes on the Noise Pop Podcast to share a mix of songs that have inspired his music. Monster Rally ...…
 
Sink them teeth into a moldy-ass peach, cuz them Noise Bois, Dave and Joel, are kicking out some low key, low energy, low effort jams Juno soundtrack style. They also dig in their spurs, and get in touch with their country side again. And Gary? HOOOBOY, does Gary get in trouble. He’s been a naughty little drum goblin. “Autumn Song (Daddy’s Atti ...…
 
What really broke up the Beatles? Was it Yoko? Band infighting? Or was it a plot so insidious that the very nipples on John Lennon’s chest weren’t safe from Paul’s ire? Also, LOTS of METALLICHAT-UH™. Dig in, Noise Bois! “Airplane Friends” by Row 26, Seats A and BJoel watched terrible, worthless movies on an airplaneDave and Joel are pretty bad ...…
 
I hope you’re ready for songs about sandwiches, and the nastiest, snottiest punk rock this side of London circa 1982, Noise Bois, because that’s precisely what you’re gonna get in this FIRST EVER Noise Hole episode recorded in THE ACTUAL NOISE HOLE!!! “I’m A Hungry Boy” by John MayerJohn Mayer and Seal at Live 8“Please Don’t Eat Me, Dude” by Jo ...…
 
It seems the Noise Bois were worried about Glenn Danzig’s employment situation, so Dave and Joel checked in and got WAY MORE than they bargained for. It’s a Danzig-centric episode, with bits of Ozzy and The Ramones tossed in for flavor. The word of the week is “rankled.” When someone says “rankled,” remember to SCREAM REAL LOUD!!! “The Rise Of ...…
 
We took a short vacation, but are back with so much killer new music that's been dropping while we were gone. This is an eclectic mix, as always, featuring new indie rock releases, a stunning collaboration, one of the best rappers alive, a fresh face on the Bay Area scene, two important anniversaries and more. Track List: 1. Big Thief - “Not”, ...…
 
We took a short vacation, but are back with so much killer new music that's been dropping while we were gone. This is an eclectic mix, as always, featuring new indie rock releases, a stunning collaboration, one of the best rappers alive, a fresh face on the Bay Area scene, two important anniversaries and more. Track List: 1. Big Thief - “Not”, ...…
 
Dave and Joel have some hard news to deliver to some of their favorite bands: HANG UP THE AXE, IT’S TIME TO RETIRE! Or is it? Listen to the very end to find out the final verdicts for Weezer, Green Day and more, AND get a healthy dose of beautiful Irish folk music!“College Is Expensive” by A Regular American Family“I’ll Carry You (Like A Swan)” ...…
 
This is The Noise Hole’s final episode in its youthful 20s. Next week it will enter it’s dirty 30s, and then it’ll REALLY start to sleep around and get fucked up. This week, Dave and Joel answer Noise Boi questions about staying motivated, and Creed, AND they do a solid 30 minutes of MetalliCHAT! “Why Do I Stay?” by Miserable Son Of A Bitch “I’ ...…
 
Joel just saw the Elton John biopic Rocketman, and Dave wants to know how it stacks up to other rock biopics like Bohemian Rhapsody, and Kickstart My Heart. Spoilers: It’s a lot better than those two. This week the bois are joined by special guest, Reginald Dwight, AKA Sir Elton John! They even carted a piano into the Noise Hole to make him mor ...…
 
This week’s Noise Hole is comprised of two essential parts: The part that’s all about the shift from the hair metal excess of the late 80s to the dreary melancholy of the early 90s, and the part that’s all about late 90s, early 2000s wrestling. The good news is you get both parts for free, so you don’t have to choose which part is right for you ...…
 
Dave and Joel are taking it back, WAY BACK to the very beginning of Dave’s songwriting career to explore the evolution of his very first song, “I Like Beans.” “Time To Get Creative (I Hate You, Kevin)” with Kevin Tonberry and DaveProblematic band membersHow do you sing and play at the same time?“Gimme Fuel, Gimme Full Service Car Care” by James ...…
 
Dave and Joel are a bit aimless this week. They’re like ships without rudders; explorers with no map; chefs with no recipe, but that doesn’t seem to stop them from from sailing the seas of rock, climbing the musical mountains and cooking up a delectable dish of dumb songs! “I Got Them Prison Blues” by Steve “Lil Shanky” Vaistein“Took a Dook in ...…
 
This week Dave and Joel take off their rock and roll pants, and slip on their country chaps… and nothing else. It’s an entire episode dedicated to approximating a vague idea of what two rock boys think country music probably sounds like! Yee-Haw!“Shopping Basket Full Of Caskets” by Leonard Cohen“Mean Gene (60% Beans)” by Leonard CohenConcerning ...…
 
This episode deals primarily with two young bois, wee Dave and Lil' Joel, and their personal betrayals by two once-revered and beloved bands: Tool and Metallica.“I Am A Little Water Boy” by Fish FriendsDelta Blues Email Readin’s How much money do you think Tool has?Comparing and contrasting Jimmy Eat World and ToolHow to write a song from each ...…
 
Our Summer Round-Up episode takes you through the songs from all over the world that’ve been ringing through the speakers this summer. Lots of new albums on deck, some that just dropped, a conversation and LIVE performance from Aussie singer-songwriter Angie McMahon and A LOT of discoveries here. Track list: 1. Jay Som - “Tenderness” 2. Pivot G ...…
 
Our Summer Round-Up episode takes you through the songs from all over the world that’ve been ringing through the speakers this summer. Lots of new albums on deck, some that just dropped, a conversation and LIVE performance from Aussie singer-songwriter Angie McMahon and A LOT of discoveries here. Track list: 1. Jay Som - “Tenderness” 2. Pivot G ...…
 
Dear Noise Bois, this episode is a bit more talky than usual, and at times gets a little serious. But, you know what? It’s got heart. It’s also got THREE DIFFERENT Lemmy’s Retro Rundowns! So cram that in your gob and gnaw on it. “Welcome To The Cannibal Cafe” by Tom Waits and Randy Newman“Killing In The Name Of” by Randy Newman“Bombtrack” by Ra ...…
 
Everybody’s favorite morally conscious, rotund bass player is back, and he is very sorry but he has to leave. He just cannot abide the topics of discussion presented in this particular podcast. Believe me, he NEEDS to the money, but it goes against his personal moral code. “Human Catdog” by The Apocalypse Bois “Bulls On Parade” by Randy NewmanC ...…
 
On June 27th, the Noise Pop Podcast came to life at Betabrand's SF Podcast Theater on Valencia St, for a show featuring some of the best emerging artists coming out of the Bay Area. Tune in for conversations from that evening with host Adrian Spinelli and guests Taylor Vick of Boy Scouts, Mahawam's Malik Mays, Drew Banga and ZOLA, along with an ...…
 
On June 27th, the Noise Pop Podcast came to life at Betabrand's SF Podcast Theater on Valencia St, for a show featuring some of the best emerging artists coming out of the Bay Area. Tune in for conversations from that evening with host Adrian Spinelli and guests Taylor Vick of Boy Scouts, Mahawam's Malik Mays, Drew Banga and ZOLA, along with an ...…
 
Hey hey, Noise Bois! Here’s a special treat for you. This is the original episode of the Here’s An Idea podcast that spawned The Noise Hole, remastered with additional instruments and… well… Gary. Fuckin’ Gary. This Week: Dave’s fever dream intro Pajama JamDave’s bouncy, jazzy email reading music bed“My Face Is Inside A Can of Worms” by Nightwi ...…
 
We hate to start an episode with an apology, but we spend about half this episode discussing musicians and celebrities that also happen to pedos. Can we separate the art from the artist, or the sandwich from the sandwich artist? Let's find out together. This week: Radiohead killed the riffJohnny Greenwood in Game Of ThronesThe cartoonish villai ...…
 
Join us, Noise Bois, as Dave celebrates his first Father’s Day, while Joel makes it an even dozen, and we delve deeply into rock dads and all their rad daddom. This week: “A Man On The 30th Floor” by Death Cab For Cutie“Why Didn’t Daddy Hold My Feet” by Eric Clapton“Tears In Heaven II” by Eric ClaptonHow to become a dad“Sticky Laundry” by Miner ...…
 
Do you hear colors, Noise Boys? Do you SEE sounds?! OH GOD, ARE YOU A MONSTROUS FREAK LIKE DAVE AND JOEL?! FLEE! FLEE TO THE SEWERS TO AVOID PERSECUTION! This week we've got: “The World Is In A Minor Key” by The Noise BoysJoel and Dave have Grapheme-Color Synesthesia “Da, I Hear The Garden” by Radiohead“A Higher Brown” by RadioheadOK Computer D ...…
 
We’re not gonna lie. Half of this episode is about Glenn Danzig working odd jobs and the other half is almost entirely dick jokes set to music. It’s not an apology, but it might be a warning. Anyway, if you ever wanted to hear Eminem and his urologist trade verses, this is the episode for you. This week: American Psycho Pop PunkWayne Static is ...…
 
Prepare yourselves, Noise Bois, for an extra long 90 minute episode that contains zero unwarranted, inflammatory and ill-informed opinions about entire complex genre’s of music! It’s time for episode 15, “Jazz Sucks!” This week: “Korobeiniki” aka “The Tetris Theme” aka “Death To the West” Jazz is impressive but unnecessaryThe Noise Bois try and ...…
 
Episode 14 is a make or break moment in the life of a Noise Boi. You either abandon ship now, or you’re with us forever. Make your choice. Here’s the playlist: “Suicide By Cop” by A Band That Sounds Like Dashboard Confessional“Take His Hair To The Dog Pound” by Queen “Poodley Gargle” by Queen“Under Pressure (to write a song)” by QueenYoung Davi ...…
 
At it's core, the Noise Pop Podcast is about discovery. And May's Noisemakers mix is a direct reflection of our passion for discovering and sharing the best music we come across every month. Hard-hitting rock and roll, mellow indie vibes, R&B, hip-hop, music from the Bay Area... it's all here. Enjoy! Episode Playlist: 1. Brijean - “Show And Tel ...…
 
At it's core, the Noise Pop Podcast is about discovery. And May's Noisemakers mix is a direct reflection of our passion for discovering and sharing the best music we come across every month. Hard-hitting rock and roll, mellow indie vibes, R&B, hip-hop, music from the Bay Area... it's all here. Enjoy! Episode Playlist: 1. Brijean - “Show And Tel ...…
 
It’s lucky episode 13, and the boys are comin’ in hot with “I Wanna Fuck My Guitar” by Bob Seger, tales of making friends and boosting egos at Guitar Center, and “Can’t Be On Letterman” by Eddit Vedder. Dave and Joel have some strong opinions about the “Beautiful Boys” in Greta Van Fleet, The Beachie Boys do “Surf Rock Sabotage” and “I Wish The ...…
 
In this episode Dave takes Joel to Slayer School, then Slayer opens and/or goes to a pizza parlor. Also Amon Amarth becomes Amen Amarth, the bois talk waiting through the opening band, Joel catches up with Coheed & Cambria, modern prog band names are discussed, The Flaming Lips are A LITTLE pretentious, and Scott Ian from Anthrax is revealed to ...…
 
Despite a mountain of technical problems, Dave and Joel manage to crawl into The Noise Hole and emerge with tasty, face melting jams like The Fresh Prince of Gorillaz, Scatman Basket Case, Metallica dubbed in 8th grade French, and Tuvix Bands (Bad Religion vs. Van Halen)! Then Michael Anthony is replaced with fancy boy, Wolfgang Van Halen, Guns ...…
 
Dave and Joel start this episode out LITERALLY trapped in the ACTUAL Noise Hole. It’s a harrowing experience and they’re lucky to be alive. Vicious lies are told about Glenn Danzig, which he staunchly refutes, The Misfits weigh in on their former singer’s sullied reputation, and Rowan Atkinson fills in for Glenn. Joel tells the true story of wh ...…
 
Noise Bois, I hope you’re ready for some SELF INDULGENCE because this episode HAS IT. Easily half the episode is about Aerosmith going to Denny’s, then Dave and Joel discuss how Slash only has a few axe tricks up his sleeve, what Lynyrd Skynyrd’s mommas told them, who’s in the room when Metallica records a cover and Dave’s years long quest for ...…
 
In this episode, Dave and Joel christen the new home of The Noise Hole in the Dave Cave, Dave has a retirement plan, Green Day has a children’s album, there’s a musical tribute to a special Noise Boy, and Dave gets creeped out by his Mum’s use of punctuation. We also meet Jom, Joel, Porge and Ringum: The Bortles (or possibly The Bartles), and t ...…
 
We're back in April with a mix of new music and an interview with Aussie singer/songwriter Stella Donnelly. Stella sits down with Adrian ahead of her sold out show in San Francisco to talk about her recently-released debut LP, Beware of The Dogs, and to answer an age-old question: Why do Australians love the Simpsons so much? The April Noisemak ...…
 
We're back in April with a mix of new music and an interview with Aussie singer/songwriter Stella Donnelly. Stella sits down with Adrian ahead of her sold out show in San Francisco to talk about her recently-released debut LP, Beware of The Dogs, and to answer an age-old question: Why do Australians love the Simpsons so much? The April Noisemak ...…
 
Ask yourselves, Noise Bois, are you ready for Devo’s “Wammy Bar Song?” What about “Roger’s Bum” by Pink Floyd? If you are, then you should have no trouble with Baby Bands featuring Smashing Pumpkins, Metallica and Nirvana, “Daddy Was A Rock & Roll Dude” but Bowie, and “I Love Daddy, Daddy Eat Egg” by Nirvana. Joel explains how Cake sounds like ...…
 
Prepare yourselves, Noise Bois! Dave is still sick, but he’s powering through. We got KISS doing “Cold Shit,” Iron Maiden with “A Cold Shit At Midnight” and Coldplop doing… basically the same thing! It’s a lot of songs about freezing cold turds. Dave and Joel talk iconic frontman grunts, The Broody Beatles, how Black Flag are garbage and all ab ...…
 
Listen up, Noise Bois! This week we’ve got Yogi and Booboo rocking it out, System of a Down with the sickness, System of a Grocery Store and System of a Green Day! There’s Mad Boy™ music, Dave tries to relay the concept of Thrice to Joel, Atreyu go on a date with The Scooby Gang and Apocalypse Rock meets Convenience Store-core! We finish it off ...…
 
Our 4th annual SXSW episode is here and we're bringing you music and conversations with some of our standout artists from the festival. Guests include Katie Alice Greer of DC rock band Priests, drummer and electronic fusionist Zach Saginaw of Shigeto and Carly Bond of Oakland's dreamy indie project, Meernaa. Tune in for interviews and music fro ...…
 
Our 4th annual SXSW episode is here and we're bringing you music and conversations with some of our standout artists from the festival. Guests include Katie Alice Greer of DC rock band Priests, drummer and electronic fusionist Zach Saginaw of Shigeto and Carly Bond of Oakland's dreamy indie project, Meernaa. Tune in for interviews and music fro ...…
 
This week we got: Fun with reverb, Hyper Color T-Shirt head by Green Day, MORE Green Day mumbling and memories, Wesley Willis and American Psycho, way too much Ramones-core, Pearl Jam Mumblins, then MORE Ramones-core followed by a fake Nine Inch Nails song that might as well be a REAL Nine Inch Nails song.…
 
Cram this in your Noise Hole: Megadeth sing Summer of ’69, Rage against the machine at Panera Bread, Panic! At The Goosebumps, Fallout Boy’s got burnt cookies and broken hearts, Jimmy Eat World has cookie problems too, Death Cab For The Property Brothers, Metallca is for the youngins', Slash’s Hat is full of Axel's pee, and (surprise, surprise) ...…
 
Back in 1993, Noise Pop Festival got started with the promise of "Five Bands For Five Bucks!" at The Kennel Club on Divisadero St. Now, 26 years later, over 150 artists grace the finest venues in San Francisco, Oakland and more, for the week-long affair. We crossed the city a couple of times to catch up with Anemone and Baths ahead of their NP ...…
 
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