Anti-Gravity Bunny

About Anti-Gravity Bunny

Mostly weird experimental stuff, noise, drone, ambient, avant-garde, musique concrète, abstract whatever, also some beat heavy techno type jams, a dose of raw black metal or crushing doom, maybe some worldly pop/funk/psych/etc, the occasional ancient folk from America or elsewhere, and whatever else happens to catch my fancy at the moment. Basically, anything that you might find me getting psyched about on my website, Anti-Gravity Bunny.

Every so often I'll do a themed show, and about once every month or two I do a label spotlight where I'll go through a specific record label's discography and highlight my favorite releases.

I post the playlist and downloadable/streamable archive of every episode here.

Archives

  • I finally figured out the new recording equipment so this episode should sound fine. Got to play a bunch of stuff from the Lomax box set on…

  • This is the last AGB Radio. From now on it’ll just be A Thick Mist which you can catch live on WMWM Salem Wednesday from 4-6 am (PT) or…

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  • Auris Apothecary is easily one of the coolest labels ever. They release an incredible variety of music (black metal, drone, harsh noise, fuzzy psych, chiptune, bedroom pop) by…

  • No idea why Rafael Anton Irisarri and Benoît Pioulard decided to stop recording as Orcas and start a new name project as Gailes, but I don't care…

  • Finally got that new Planning For Burial and it's probably the best work he's ever done. Also got the new Umor Rex tape batch, a crazy cool…

  • Some crazy shit in this episode including unearthed Gagarin Kombinaatti jams, two Robyn Nice pseudonyms, and some weird abrasive Current 93 skree.

  • New Anjou, new Skullflower, new Noveller, new Grails, and new Taylor Deupree? Dream. Also how come I haven't heard of Saltland yet SHE'S AMAZING.

  • Too much excellence in this episode it's almost not even possible. Bookended with new Emptyset and Second Woman jams with new Sutekh Hexen improv black noise and…

  • You should do two things right away. 1: go download the Physically Sick charity compilation because it goes to good things (ACLU, PP, etc) and is full…

  • Debacle is run by one dude, Sam Melancon, out of Seattle and he's been at it for over a decade. It's been an AGB mainstay ever since…

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