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Podcast 65 - Q Edition One


First Rare Frequency podcast made during the COVID-19 outbreak, while in social isolation away from the WZBC studios. Like the radio show, this features (almost) three hours of music

Features music by Asher Tuil, Nihiloxica, CEL, MANAS, Will Guthrie, Meryll Ampe, Moor Mother, Sympathy Nervous, Jan St. Werner, Andrea Pensado, Jennifer Walshe, Anne-F Jacques + Tim Olive, Enrico Malatesta, Minoru Sato/Asuna, Supermalprodelica, Clara de Asis, Sarah Davachi, Beatriz Ferreyra, Marja Ahti, Crys Cole, and Leyland Kirby.

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Previously Featured

ISABELLA Live on RF, August 25, 2016

Telstar Cover Versions with Glenn Jones

Strange Attractor on Rare Frequency

2011 Year-End List
10 Records I Liked A Lot

Label Profile: Semata Productions

Label Feature: Sedimental

New England Phonographers Union

Mike Shiflet

Caroline Park

Tumble (Andrea Belfi + Attila Faravelli)


Luke Moldof

Strotter Inst.

Max Lord

Label Profile: mAtter

Greg Kelley

Retribution Body

Brandon Terzakis

Ricardo Donoso

Oneohtrix Point Never

Benjamin Nelson Interview

Nettle Gets Under Your Skin

Nerve Net Noise

Stephan Mathieu

Area C

Illusion of Safety

More, Please! WZBC Fundraiser

rise set twilight

Keith Fullerton Whitman

Howard Stelzer's Current Cassette Rotation

Brendan Murray

Ashley Paul


The undr quartet Turns Ten: An Interview

RF Top 30 Records of 2007

DJ Dabu

Forbes Graham

DJ /rupture


Marc McNulty

An Interview with Ernst Karel

Droning, Fast and Free:
An Interview with Eli Keszler

Sonic Boom:
An Interview with DJ C

Beyond Ones and Zeroes:
An Interview with Jay Sullivan

Sound Resonance:
An Interview with Asher Thal-nir

Happy Intransitive New Year:
An Interview with Howard Stelzer

Sound Narratives:
An Interview with Philip Samartzis

Interview: COH
S is for COH

The Sound Migrations of Janek Schaefer:
An Interview

Everyday Sound Sculptor:
An Interview with Sawako

Rise Set Twilight

The Ghost in the Buddha Machine:
 An Interview with Christiaan Virant of FM3

Fe-mail: An Interview with the Pink Inferno

Out in the Field with United States of Belt

Lasse Marhaug: More is Better

Brendan Murray: At Rest, Work, and Play

Chloe Recordings