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Toxic Sickness "Originate Not Imitate"
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Die Stimme der Nacht
Published bi-weekly Space Radio is a podcast with the best Synthpop, Industrial, Goth, EBM and Techno music in the galaxy.
Datassette presents a series of mixes intended for listening while programming to aid concentration and increase productivity (also compatible with other activities).
Cut and Run is a collective who aggregates and disseminates omnivorous aural media. In particular, we produce a weekly radio show, host/attend events and maintain a sound archive. We are form agnostics, curatorial inquisitives and anthropological...
Coyu presents Suara PodCats. The weekly show that introduces you to the sound of the most notorious artists of the kitty label and also the world electronic scene, stay tuned for this fantastic show which never fails to impress!
Join DJ-Chuck_G as he randomly mixes up the best in Industrial, Electro, EBM, Goth, Darkwave, and other assorted beats.
Asche is a longtime Milwaukee club DJ. Mixes every Saturday morning on WMSE. The best EBM and IDM. Asche also mixes in his favorite industrial music, gothic and darkwave favorites.
A weekly show spun by two different dj's every other week. DJ 23 and Phranque spin all the new EBM and it's sub-genres.
This show is focused on supporting all unsigned and signed artists, labels, clubs and everyone within our community. Each week Normality presents "Artist Of The Week" which will present upcoming and unreleased material from your favorite artists.
The Delirious Insomniac Freeform Radio Show has haunted the airwaves of WLUW into the wee hours of dreary Monday Nights for over 2 years. Taking the concept of Freeform and directing it more into the realms of an art form, host Arvo Fingers uses his...
A mix of Metal, Gothic, Darkwave, and Industrial music, with oddities thrown in, and musician interviews.
The show will, for the most part, contain music that has not graced the mainstream, from synthpop and industrial to alternative and goth.