December 17, 2012 On this episode, Joel welcomes one of his primary influences - drummer, writer and poet Penny Rimbaud - for a lengthy chat about Penny's work with Crass (1977-1984), the recent re-issue of the band's controversial final record Ten Notes On A Summer's Day, his current work with Youth (Killing Joke) and The Bloody Beetroots and his thoughts on Pussy Riot and Occupy Wall Street. Penny Rimbaud at Southern Records Ten Notes On A Summer's Day The Bloody Beetroots The New Banalists Orchestra Email Joel Gausten at firstname.lastname@example.org Glory Is Noise Facebook Page EPISODE 31 PLAYLIST: Effectionhate - Glory Is Noise Theme Crass - Ten Notes On A Summer's Day (Vocal Version) The New Banalists Orchestra - Mammon's Minions Crass - Outro Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:28:19 — 80.9MB) | Embed
October 30, 2012 On this episode, host Joel Gausten welcomes veteran drummer Brendan Canty (Rites of Spring/Fugazi/Deadline/Happy Go Licky) to discuss Rites of Spring's 1984 demo, which was just given an official commercial release by Dischord Records. Additionally, Brendan discusses his years in the DC music scene, his current projects and the future of Fugazi. Rites of Spring at Dischord Happy Go Licky at Dischord One Last Wish at Dischord Trixie Email Joel Gausten at email@example.com Glory is Noise Facebook Page EPISODE 30 PLAYLIST: Effectionhate - Glory Is Noise Theme Rites Of Spring - End On End (Demo) Rites of Spring - By Design (Demo) One Last Wish- Friendship Is Far One Last Wish - Loss Like A Seed Happy Go Licky - Peterbilt Fugazi - Bulldog Front Deadline - Aftermath Rites Of Spring - Drink Deep Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:15:45 — 69.3MB) | Embed
October 17, 2012 On this episode, host Joel Gausten welcomes returning guest Paul Roessler (The Screamers/45 Grave/Twisted Roots/DC3/Fancy Space People) for a lengthy chat on Paul's many current musical projects including The Manic Low (with Jack Grisham of TSOL) and "The Arc," a 47-minute song that he is about to release after a 37-year creative process. Paul Roessler's Official Website Paul Roessler at Soundcloud Pre-Order Paul Roessler's "The Arc" The Manic Low Email Joel Gausten at firstname.lastname@example.org Glory Is Noise Facebook Page EPISODE 29 PLAYLIST: Effectionhate - Glory Is Noise Theme Twisted Roots - She's A Rainbow The Manic Low - Good Girls Come Home The Manic Low - Some Girls Own Me Single Mothers - Reality Blockers Single Mothers - White Lightnin Sun Fancy Space People - Fancy Space People (Theme) Paul Roessler - Excerpt from "The Arc" The Screamers - Punish Or Be Damned Twisted Roots - The Yellow One Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:05:37 — 115.0MB) | Embed
October 1, 2012 On this episode, host Joel Gausten welcomes legendary Los Angeles-based photographer Edward Colver for an in-depth talk about Edward's iconic work with numerous Punk, Hardcore, Rap and Alternative acts. A small sampling of Edward's vast list of photographed artists is reflected in this episode's playlist (see below). The conversation revolves around numerous images from Edward's book, Blight At The End Of The Funnel, available for purchase at edwardcolver.com. Some of Edward's classic photos are currently on display at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles as part of the exhibit, "Who Shot Rock & Roll," running now through October 21. More information on this can't-miss exhibit is available at annenbergspaceforphotography.org. We highly recommend that you purchase Blight At The End Of The Funnel before listening to this show, so you can look at the images discussed in this episode. Here is a reference list of the images/page numbers (in order of discussion): Page 62: Henry Rollins Page 26-30: Dead Kennedys Page 33: Darby Crash Page 34: Danny from Wasted Youth Page 44-45: Ian MacKaye Front Cover: Wasted Youth "flip" Page 50: John Lydon Page 51: Gun Club Page 53: TSOL Page 55: Flipper Page 18: Rozz...
March 19, 2012 On this episode, Joel welcomes Martika, best known for her 1989 Number 1 hit "Toy Soldiers," who recently released her first solo single in 20 years, "Flow With The Go." Martika discusses her plans for a new album and tour, her global fame in the late '8os, working with Prince in composing the 1991 Top 10 hit "Love...Thy Will Be Done" and why she walked away from the music industry in the early '90s. Glory Is Noise is a show on listener-supported Radio Free Satan. Host Joel Gausten offers an eclectic mix of music and exclusive interviews with mainstream and underground recording artists. The show’s Official Facebook Page is at facebook.com/pages/Glory-is-Noise-Radio-Show. Martika's Official Website: www.martikamartika.com Episode 27 Playlist: Effectionhate - Glory Is Noise Theme Martika - Toy Soldiers Martika - Flow With The Go Martika - Love...Thy Will Be Done Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 46:03 — 42.2MB) | Embed
March 5, 2012 On a very special edition of the Glory Is Noise online radio show, host Joel Gausten welcomes his wife, canine behaviorist Shannon Gausten, and Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen for an in-depth discussion on the importance of dog rescue. The hour-long episode, which also features music from Ministry's upcoming album “Relapse” as well as Jourgensen's recently-released Buck Satan & The 666 Shooters album “Bikers Welcome! Ladies Drink Free,” can be listened to below. Dog rescue is a long-running concern for Jourgensen, who in December of last year released a limited-edition, hand-numbered “Buck Santa Xmas Bundle” in support of Rockstar Rescue. A limited edition of 365, the bundle includes a three-song CD (signed by Jourgensen), a Ministry Xmas koozie, a Ministry Eco Shopping Bag, a Buck Satan guitar pick and other goodies. With each sale of a bundle, $7 is donated to Rockstar Rescue, who need that amount of money per dog, per day. So with each bundle, Ministry fans are supporting one dog for one day. Once all the bundles are sold, one dog will be supported for an entire year. Additionally, Al and Angie Jourgensen will do matching funds to whatever monies are raised by Ministry fans –...
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