31 Days of Free “Music”: Brutal, Unrelenting Noise

Mar 11th, 2007 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Digital Music

RegurgitronMarch 11: It’s 31 Days of Free Music month at Podcasting News. Every day in March, we’re highlighting a free music podcast.

So far this month we’ve highlighted podcasts with lots of nice music:

They gotta lotta nice music – a haw, haw, haw, haw. But enough of that.

Today we want to introduce you to something different. A podcast that offers brutal, unrelenting noise.

Michael Oster is a professional audio producer in Tampa, Florida. He’s also ReGurgiTron, a master of dynamic synthesis and reorganization of sonic properties through a combination of organic and computer assisted means – also known as breaking things.

“Imagine being surrounded by 20 transistor radios, each one tuned between different stations,” explains Oster. “And the whole time you’re getting a simultaneous root canal and testicle peel!”

We’re not sure what a testicle peel is, but it sounds pretty painful – like ReGurgiTron’s music. Oster describes as “bound to give you motion sickness!”

You can preview ReGurgiTron below, or subscribe to the podcast by adding this URL to your podcast software:

ReGurgiTron’s podcast hasn’t been updated in a long time – but Oster’s got more random acts of chaos with his Difficult Listening Channel podcast:

Listen at your own risk!

No Responses to “31 Days of Free “Music”: Brutal, Unrelenting Noise”

  1. Dani says:

    Here are a couple to check out, if you haven’t all ready:



    Great idea, focusing on free music!

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