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Chondritic Sound
NOISEXTRA - The noise podcast.
Noisextra is a weekly deep dive into the world of noise in all of its forms and features album spotlights and in depth conversations with those residing in the noise world. Hosted by Greh Holger, Tara Connelly and Mike Connelly, the podcast takes a historical look at the many tentacles of noise, industrial, and experimental sounds from their distant roots to everything in between and beyond, predominantly from the pre-millennium era.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 146 ratings
No noise
No life
mouthofinfinity via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/07/21
I'm still going through backlog of merzcast recordings; great for noise neofits and absolute heads alike! Mike & Greh are really passionate guys; cannot recommend this podcast enough! )))Read full review »
AGFA / a+h via Apple Podcasts · Poland · 04/04/20
Highly recommended!
I’ve been a patreon subscriber since day one and the content just keeps getting better. Highly recommend this podcast for anyone who has even a passing interest in noise. I’ve discovered a handful of awesome artists and records I’d probably never have heard thanks to the NOISEXTRA gang. The...Read full review »
1Tuff2Ghost3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/21/20
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