Friday, May 27, 2016

"Voices and sounds of Japan's extreme underground" on WRCT 88.3FM, May 27 at 10 pm.


via Flagitious Idiosyncrasy in the Dilapidation's Facebook page.

Matthew Ketchum, a Pittsburgher who lives and works in Tokyo and moonlights as an event planner for "Japan's extreme underground" music, will have a show broadcast on Carnegie Mellon University's WRCT 88.3 FM on May 27 at 10:00 pm. By way of introduction he writes on /r/pittsburgh today:
Pittsburgh's the best home town I could dream of, and the expansive and vibrant music underground over here in Japan is, in my humble opinion, second to none... So why not put them together?! This is kind of a dream come true, to be honest, but if you dig on black/doom/death/heavy metal or punk or whatever, and have always wondered what else Japan offers besides Coffins, Church of Misery, Merzbow, and Boris, tune in tomorrow night to hear from Makiko of Flagitious Idiosyncrasy in the Dilapidation, Tom of Retch, and, of course, me.

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