March // Planning for Burial Acoustic

We took a break from binge-watching the X-Files to kick it old school with Planning for Burial. Armed with an acoustic guitar and an extremely stripped down setup, Thom explored and reinterpreted some of the hits.

PS. There’s a chance this will be released proper by Planning for Burial in the near future. This is Radio in Opposition’s edit. The actual release will be a different mix and possibly track listing.

Planning for Burial

Planning for Burial

March 15, 2014 // JE double F // Cloud Nothings // Watter

Welcome back! Atlantic City punk/hip-hop artist, JE double F, joins us for an interview and performance. He talks about his label, touring, his writing process, and more. The full, unedited set and interview can be found on our Bandcamp page, which really helps us pay the bills.

Ross reviews the much anticipated release from Cloud NothingsHere and Nowhere Else.

Members of Slint and Grails come together under the name Watter to bring out This World, which we’ll hear the first track from.

Greg explores a pay-what-you-want download from ambient, electronic soloist, Alone Architect.

dry feet‘s Perry Shall gives his thoughts on smoking at shows and how it affects the audience and the performers.

Justin struggles to pronounce “Oi Magoi” as he reviews the newest release from Greek trio, Hail Spirit Noir.

March 01, 2014 // Planning for Burial // BONG // AT Explores Ulver

On this episode, Ross reviews Bong‘s “Stoner Rock”, the latest roaring opus from Newcastle’s atmospheric shamen.

Aslak Tolonen of Nest, Syven, and Umbrose explores an improvised live piece from Norway’s Ulver, and reinterprets the track in a creative way.

New Jersey’s Planning for Burial speaks about upcoming work, his development as a soloist, and plays a full live set. The full, unedited set and interview can be found on our Bandcamp.

If you’d like to hear one of our previous session’s with Planning for Burial, it is linked here.