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Holy heck is it almost March 2017 already? Time flies when you’re listening to noise. On our first episode for the year we cover a stunning Australian field recording collage by Kristian. M. Roberts, discuss Merzbow and his idiosyncrasies in relation to his latest release, and clsoe things with a beautiful album by Canadian act Starving ghosts.
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Ho Ho Ho! One last episode before we see in 2014! As always listen right here or subscribe over at iTunes. And do yourself a favour, email as at theantidotepodcast at gmail dot com.
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Treasure Hunt: Adult Magic
Still unsure where to start with Merzbow’s supersized catalogue? Are you a seasoned Merzbow fan still keen on hunting down obscure gems? Welcome to the second installment of our guide to Merzbow. This time around we chat about the Merzbow records that disappointed us and recommend a few that you might do best to avoid. Funnily enough, without even discussing beforehand Dave and I ended up finding a lot of common ground here.
So, what Merzbow records disappointed you? Did you disagree with us? Then email us! firstname.lastname@example.org
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We’re kicking off 2013 with a mini episode aimed squarely at those folks new to the world of noise and experimental music, but sure to be enjoyed by aficionados as well. It’s the Antidote Podcast’s Beginner’s Guide to Merzbow!
Masami Akita’s Merzbow project has been going for more than thirty years and spans upwards of 500 releases. Considered by many as the ‘father’ (godfather?) of contemporary noise music, the Merzbow catalogue can be a tough thing to tackle. Wanna check out some Merzbow but don’t know where to start? In this 20 minute episode we discuss which Merzbow records are ideal for first time listeners, and also (attempt to) choose our favourite in his discography. Head over to iTunes and subscribe to The Antidote or listen to episode 5 now
Our picks for the best Merzbow records for beginners include Merzbear, Merzbeat, Merzzow and Yoshinotsune.
Check out more of David’s thoughts on Merzbow at Ducks Battle Satan
And read more about Ingmar’s thoughts on Merzbow at Evol Kween the Musical
Stay tuned for future episodes of the Beginner’s Guide to Merzbow. And if you’ve got your own idea on his best/worst/whatever records then drop us a line at email@example.com