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Friday, 22 April 2011

Noisescape TV

I'm in a bit of a rush today, but I knew immediately what I could manage a quick post about!

Have you ever wished that you could flick on the TV, and instead of The Simpsons re-runs, pointless soaps and documentaries about bacteria you could watch interviews with your favourite Goth, Industrial and electro musicians, dark and beautiful music videos and discover some amazing bands?

Well, actually, you sort-of can. Except you need to flick on your computer, not the TV, and pop on over to Noisescape TV for your weekly fix of dark alternative musical goodness, festival specials, live performances, band interviews and much more cobweb-draped spooky goodness (even a beach party episode...). Unless, of course, you're in a location where you can pick up San Francisco cable channels, when you can simply pop over to channel 29 on a Wednesday night.

You can check out the episode archives, as well as EXCLUSIVE interviews and music videos at the Noisescape TV homepage.

Or you can do what I do and check out past episodes and interview clips on YouTube. <3

If you didn't already know about the Epic Awesome that is NSTV, you may consider this a gift from me to you. You're welcome.

Please enjoy my two favourite episodes of NSTV:




P.S. 201 followers?! (OK, so one of them is me...) Whoa, you guys are so amazing! <3

8 comments:

Emily Lynn G. said...

THANK YOU AMY. NEVER NEED A TV EVER AGAIN :'D

Lolitadewdrop said...

That's really cool. And congratulations on 201 followers! :D

chaoskitten[DF] said...

Love this show! :D

Angel of Darkness said...

Thank you so so so much AMY!!!! You are amazing! No wonder you have 203 followers!

ultimategothguide said...

@ Angel of Darkness - thanks so much ^^ <3

@ ChaosKitten - me too =D

@ LolitaDewdrop - thanks very much ^^

@ Emily Lynn - you are most welcome! <3

Anonymous said...

hey amy what part of england are you from?
Athena x

ultimategothguide said...

@ Athena - Hampshire

Anonymous said...

Hey! What's wrong with documentaries about bacteria? Some of us goths care about science and enjoy watching documentaries more than music videos. :-P

Still nice to see someone's got a goth channel off the ground on the internet. I remember when Meltdown tried it several years ago and it didn't go anywhere and disappeared. I could never even get the show to play. I miss Meltdown Magazine. :-(

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