Da Shit That Rocks
Groan...not another friggin' hot links page.
Record Labels/Mailorder on the Internet
Forced Exposure has one of the best mail order/distribution catalog of the weird, out music we love here at browbeat.
Alchemy Records is home to Japan's great independent music and noise record label.
Soleilmoon Recordings has an excellent catalog of experimental, ambient and industrial music, including their own releases.
Anomalous Records stocks the super-uber-underground of experimental recordings. Their paper catalog uses such a small font, a magnifying glass is needed. I prefer their web catalog, I mean I'm already half blind as it is. They have excellent prices.
Wayside Music & Cuneiform Records are mainstays in keeping the adventurous well stocked, physically and aurally. They specialize in the good side of progressive music, if ya know what I mean.
Charnel Music is an excellent catalog with good descriptions, song samples, artwork, and discographies...nicely layed out web page, to boot!
Cadence magazine is a great resource for the various forms of jazz. They also have a very extensive catalog (in really tiny ass print) in the middle of the magazine. But now you can save your eyes and perform searches via their on-line catalog. Check it out.
All radio doesn't suck
Some favorites among the crew are
The folks at MIT maintain an extensive listing of all radio stations (FM, AM, Internet) that is quite impressive and easy to use.