I'm interested in fringe music, indie music, non-Western music, radio dramas, and possibly interviews with really interesting people.
The only genres of music I emphatically don't like are electronica/house (or whatever its variants are called) and all forms of heavy metal without melody and with lyrics that are sung rather than growled or gurgled.
Manowar, for a counter example of metal that I do enjoy at times, at least has kitsch on its side.
If the show also provides in-depth information about the tracks it plays, so much the better.
I hope to receive recommendations on specific shows to listen to in order to be introduced to new (to me) and awesome bands and new (to me) styles of music.
Time slots on specific streams would be slightly better than recommendations for a stream in general. Nothing is at its best 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Podcasts welcome too, but I'm not interested in "a bunch of guys sit around and try to be witty with each other." Something like This American Life would be good.
I'm not interested in podcasts where stories are read. If there are sound effects, and different voices for the different characters, and the story is told almost entirely through dialogue, then I'm down.
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