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Best Parax podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Parax podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Nighttide podcast explores tales of the paranormal and occult by using story telling to create a very vivid and living picture of the topic. New episodes are released twice a month, posting every other Sunday.You can also catch us every Friday at 10:00 pm EST on the ParaX Radio Network (www.paraxradionetwork.com).Visit our website for articles, archives, and show schedule. https://nighttideradio.com
 
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Descend into the world of Paranormal Celebrity News, nutty hi-jinx, rock and roll, prizes and a mostly weekly mini-installment of the alleged comedy series Paranormal Robot©™
 
Join hosts Jeff Wagner and Hunter Ginn in a bi-weekly conversation about the inner- and outer-reaches of left-field rock and metal music.
 
Presented by Rusty O’Nhiall and Sue Schenskie, The show airs on Digital Radio 4 and the SEPIA Radio Network every week and explores our mysterious and often, baffling world. From ghosts and hauntings to conspiracy and mythical beasts, Rusty O’Nhiall and Sue Schenskie take you into a world of wonder, a trip into the shadows and that which is often unseen, sometimes, unmentioned.Join Rusty and Sue as they share with you not only their own research, adventures and experiences but introduces fas ...
 
Presented by Rusty O’Nhiall and Sue Schenskie, The show airs on Digital Radio 4 and the SEPIA Radio Network every week and explores our mysterious and often, baffling world. From ghosts and hauntings to conspiracy and mythical beasts, Rusty O’Nhiall and Sue Schenskie take you into a world of wonder, a trip into the shadows and that which is often unseen, sometimes, unmentioned.Join Rusty and Sue as they share with you not only their own research, adventures and experiences but introduces fas ...
 
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C'mmons baby! é un podcast sobre músicas distribuidas baixo licenzas copyleft, creative commons ou de libre descarga. (CC + copyleft + free downloadable) music podcast
 
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We are changing our posting schedule to every other Sunday during the holiday season.
 
When Uranus falls, once and for all, in the cosmic background will be heard the humming, buzzing sound of a tragically-overlooked group of travelers. Formed in 1988 in Turku, Finland, Xysma waged a decade-long war against expectation and small-mindedness. With phantasm-like stealth, the band moved from scatalogical grind to groovy Sab-death to ...…
 
There are some places which seem to have a mystery about them. It’s these places that weave their way into our legends and folklore and make us want to believe that the world is far more magical and mysterious than we are led to believe. One of these such places is a rather unassuming ranchland that resides in Utah. It’s known by many as the Sk ...…
 
After recording two mind-bending and defiant albums — pieced together, ever so precariously, with the bacterial molecules of metal, ska, contemporary music, free jazz, musique concrete, tango, imaginary soundtracks, and the music of the Middle East — Mr. Bungle returned to the table in 1999 with their fin de siecle masterpiece, California. Brea ...…
 
It was called The London Ghost Club, and it was the very first paranormal investigation and research group known on record. Formed in 1862, it was a club for some of London’s most elite, and included politicians, inventors, physicians, authors, and more. Journey back to the Spiritualist movement and hear about one very famous author who was a m ...…
 
The devil is an interesting character, one who has often been portrayed as the artist’s muse. However, the devil has quite a fascinating history, and the way this character has evolved throughout time and how our attitudes towards it have changed makes for quite an interesting tale in of itself. It certainly didn’t start out as the way we know ...…
 
Emerging from a web of post-structuralist philosophy and electronic fetishism, France’s Heldon — whose name is derived from Norman Spinrad novel, The Iron Dream — functioned from 1974–1979 as a vehicle for Richard Pinhas’ wildest aural fantasies. The group’s first six albums work through an esoteric maze of analog synthesis and post-Fripp guita ...…
 
Join me for a little jaunt through history as we learn about some of the origins behind Halloween and the traditions we associate with it.
 
We return with the second Mystery Snippets installment. The first one was 23.5. Join us. Music cited, in order of appearance: Nope! Not without listening, sucker, you gotta play along with us…By Jeff Wagner
 
There are many out there who have claimed to have captured a spirit in a photograph. In most cases the occurrence was completely unintended – while in other cases the person behind the camera has done so for that specific reason. Today, whenever we see a supposed spirit photograph, the spirit is either an orb, a wispy mist-like substance, or a ...…
 
Let’s face it: we live in a world bereft of justice. And so it falls on the shoulders of Radical Research to shine a bit of light into this dim world. On this, our 41st episode, we give a voice to the voiceless and spotlight 5 unsung greats. From the Great Lakes to the land of Ten Thousand Lakes, from Marshalls to Moogs, this episode draws back ...…
 
Many castles of old still have a strong presence about them. When looked upon they seem to resonate with an energy all of their own, and stir within us a mixture of wonder, reverence, and melancholy. Though many like to romanticize what life was like behind those seemingly impenetrable stone walls, castle life was often a lonely and dangerous a ...…
 
The story behind the hauntings of the Crescent Hotel read like a riveting crime novel. It just goes to show you that often, behind every good ghost story, there is an even creepier history lurking behind it.
 
Departing from the tractor-beam blasphemy of their seminal first four albums, Bergen, Norway’s Gorgoroth offer a more panoramic approach to (a career in) evil on their daring fifth missive, Incipit Satan. IC absorbs influences from death industrial, morbid rock and roll, and melodic death metal, and transmits them with an elegant cruelty. The a ...…
 
Almost everyone has some sort of superstition they believe in - and one of the biggest superstitions in western culture has to do with Friday the 13th. There are some people out there who legitimately fear this day and the bad luck it brings. Have you ever wondered why? When did this fear of the 13th begin?…
 
Greetings from the nativity. This podcast began as an examination of the vast and nebulous frontier of Norwegian post-black metal. In that spirit, episode 39 of Radical Research probes the tentacles of the In the Woods… diaspora and gives an ear to Drawn, Stille Opprör, Naervaer, Transit, and Green Carnation. These artists give light to the pol ...…
 
There are some places that are just naturally spooky, even in the daylight. Swamps and bogs are just such places, there’s an air of mystery about them. The secretive dark waters (and what lives just beneath) fill us with a shuddersome sense of foreboding. It’s a feeling that has remained a constant throughout history, and is something that has ...…
 
Magic is defined as the natural art of bringing about change in one’s life by using the power of one’s own thoughts or energies. Throughout most of ancient history magic was seen as an important part of daily life. For the Egyptians, was not only an integral part of their religious practices, but also an important part of daily life. For the Gr ...…
 
Toby Driver’s path to the present has been circuitous and inscrutable, which is to say, in keeping with music he has written over the last 25 years. His work in Maudlin of the Well, Kayo Dot, and as a solo artist has encompassed metal, chamber music, serialism, aleatoric composition, electronics, folk, sci-fi soundtracks, and beyond. For this e ...…
 
Hear some of the tales of UFO lore that started our modern-day obsession with odd lights in the sky and little gray beings.
 
Many believe that the monster of Loch Ness is an entity that was summoned to the area by none other than famous occultist, Aleister Crowley while staying in his Loch Ness area Bolskine Home. Learn about the ritual Crowley performed there that many believe brought a darkness over the area and cursed the Boleskine House.…
 
Writing about Devil Doll is like skating about horticulture. Led by the deeply enigmatic Mr. Doctor, and purposely shrouded in the thickest mystery, Devil Doll’s music disappoints even the keenest taxonomist. Experimenting with metal, classical, and progressive rock, Mr. Doctor and his revolving cast of collaborators created large-scale, spell- ...…
 
Mirrors have always been seen as more than just a vanity. Throughout the world, they have long been associated with magical and spiritual properties, and many believe they are capable of reflecting far more than our image. If we quiet our mind and gaze long enough, the mirror can reflect the shadow soul, the future, and the spirit realm.…
 
Every culture has some sort of tale about the dead coming back, often being the harbingers of death themselves. It’s been the center of many of our superstitions and even some of our holidays. The fear of the dead and the horrors they could bring about on the living was a very real thing. Even today there are still many cultures and religions w ...…
 
Melvins’ career — a vast, still-expanding 36-year odyssey across the full spectrum of heavy and experimental sound — is marked by goalposts, some triumphant, some deviant. On this episode of Radical Research, we train a critical eye on 2002’s bellwether, the curiously-named Hostile Ambient Takeover. The album takes stock of many of the band’s h ...…
 
How can a simple deck of cards give someone so much insight into a person’s life? How do these cards have such a reputation of accuracy, and where exactly did these cards and their strange pictures come from? How did Tarot cards become such a staple for psychics and followers of the occult? This episode we are going to explore the history of th ...…
 
The story of the Dybbuk Box is an especially captivating one, and is a great example of how quickly legends and folklore are born. It’s one of my favorite bits of modern folklore, not only for the story telling behind it, but also for all the strange twists and turns the story takes the more you delve into it.…
 
The so-called “Canterbury scene” was an adventurous musical movement of time and place, bonded tightly by shared influences and an incestuous genealogy. This episode, we climb our favorite limbs from the Canterbury tree, including but not limited to Caravan, National Health, Egg and Quiet Sun. Much respect to Dave Stewart! Be praised, Steve Hil ...…
 
Waverly Hills was once a place of healing, but has now become known as a place of infamy, where it’s touted that many unspeakable atrocities occurred. It’s said to be not only one of the most haunted places in America – but perhaps one of the most haunted in the world. Its past does create the right environment for earning such a title.…
 
There are many out there who believe that dreams are gateways, allowing one to tap into different dimensions. It’s believed that with practice one can travel to these dimensions at will, and that in these dimensions one can access vast sources of information, tapping into the past, present and future. Through this dream state, a person can view ...…
 
It began with suffering and ended with screams (and whispers). St. Louis’ radically-progressive Anacrusis never enjoyed the recognition they so deserved, but popular neglect did little to temper their potent vision. A product not only of the ‘80s thrash scene but also of the fertile post-punk and alternative rock landscapes, Anacrusis mined an ...…
 
Throughout history, there have been many stories of creatures and spirits that warn mankind of impending tragedies. These creatures and spirits are said to come about days before a tragedy, seemingly haunting the area and the people living near it, in attempts to provide a warning about the impending disaster.…
 
We seem to have an icy fascination with death. We fear it, yet we long to know what it brings. Throughout time we have devised many techniques to attempt to communicate with the departed, to prove to that some part of ourselves manage to carry on after death. Today that tradition continues in the form of ghost hunting and EVP sessions - but how ...…
 
Men Behaving Badly: Trashed Productions What is music if not sound? In episode 28, we discussed the mathematical properties that have shaped some of rock and metal’s most extraordinary albums. In episode 33 of Radical Research, we expand our investigation into the controversial, often divisive, sounds of some of metal’s most remarkable albums. ...…
 
In less than 10 years’ time, Michigan’s maddest scientists, Thought Industry, built a five-album discography that drew upon every available atom and protein in the rock and metal corpora. From the mutated post-thrash of its debut, Songs for Insects, to the melancholy, cosmic vistas of its watershed swan song, Short Wave on a Cold Day, Thought I ...…
 
What exactly is a curse, and how do they happen? How is a curse able to have such power over its victims? How are they able to bring about such great levels of misfortune, and how does one even know to begin with that such a thing has been done to them? To answer these questions, let’s delve into the story of the Winchester Mystery house, and e ...…
 
Crawling out of Manchester to work strange machinations on the English psych-pop era of the late 1960s, Peter Hammill and Van Der Graaf Generator’s sonic architecture was a mirror to that decade’s creative promise and a murder of its utopian ideals. They documented their deeds throughout eight albums between 1969 and 1977, revving up the electr ...…
 
Most of us are familiar with the stories of those who have played the game, but very few of us are familiar with the board's most elusive story - its history.
 
There's something about the human skull that fills us with fascination and an odd sense of uneasiness. The human skull is sain in many cultures to have a special power about it, and even replicas of the human skull are said to have such power. This is the story of one such skull.
 
Explore some curious tales of time slips and decide for yourself whether this is a true phenomenon or something that's purely psychological.
 
We here at Radical Research like a good departure. Whether that means the beginning of a vacation or the sixth Journey record, departures are just good for the soul. And so goes the third record by Germany’s Deathrow, Deception Ignored, which constitutes a break from the band’s heaving thrash origins and a migration to technically-advanced thra ...…
 
Under the guidance of bassist Ralf Hubert, Mekong Delta’s initial phase featured a revolving door lineup of Euro-metal luminaries. Adopting pseudonyms and lurking unseen in shadows, Mekong plied a brand of progressive metal that drew inspiration from composers such as Modest Mussorgsky, Aram Khachaturian and Alberto Ginastera, to name just a fe ...…
 
As Pythagoras mused, “There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.” So too is there magical energy in the shapely contours of the most mathematical rock music. In this episode of Radical Research, we trace out a heritage of calculus embodied by bands on the acute end of the rock spectrum. From t ...…
 
A Skeptic’s Universe is what happens when student becomes master. Spiral Architect’s school years were spent in obscurity, honing their craft, learning their lessons, keeping their noses to the grindstone. In 1998 they began work on their master’s thesis, and in early 2000, upon publication, earned a spot on the lonely pedestal of top-tier tech ...…
 
Angular, adventurous, and apocalyptic in nearly equal shares, few bands scratch the collective itches of Radical Research like Victoria, British Columbia’s Nomeansno. From their punky beginnings to the nuanced terror of their mature work, Nomeansno trafficked some of the most dangerous and dexterous rock music of the ’80s and ’90s. Accompanied ...…
 
Pytten’s Chamber Music: Black Metal inGrieghallen As the ground began to swell in early ‘90s Norway, a shadowy figure known to metal fans only as “Pytten” (ne Eirik Hundvin) ensconced himself in Bergen’s Grieghallen Studio and began to document the work of the country’s Young Turks. In this frontier territory, Pytten used the cavernous spaces o ...…
 
Emerging from the swampy wastes of Florida, Nasty Savage created a body of work built on the inimitable vocals of Ronnie Galetti (aka Nasty Ronnie), hammering percussion, and a harmonic guitar language that has yet to be replicated. This episode of Radical Research takes a focused look at the band’s most feverishly creative period, represented ...…
 
This game originates from one Jeff plays semi-regularly with our pal Tim Hammond, where CD-Rs fly back and forth between the Boros (States and Greens), and one has to puzzle out the other’s mystery tracks. It’s been an effective way to both discover new stuff and learn about things to avoid. This episode Jeff and Hunter play mystery tunes for e ...…
 
The possibly despicable term “art rock” is where pop, prog & rock meet, with a generous layer of quirk embedded throughout. Art rock is pop without restraint, prog with good table manners, rock stretching its creative fibers beyond the norm. And yet, gray areas abound! In episode 23 of Radical Research, we offer an hour-long survey of several a ...…
 
Itwould be inaccurate to say that Germany’s Pyogenesis is underrated because, infact, they have hardly ever been rated at all. Over the course of their career– which is still in process – Pyogenesis worked across a wide swath of genres,including death/doom and alternative metal, before settling on amostly-unsuccessful foray into pop-punk. The 2 ...…
 
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