Malderor – Hanoi Rocks Live Special! (And some random vinyl.)

November 22, 2017, 8:15 PM

The first 50 minutes are a live set from Hanoi Rocks in London’s Marquee Club, from 1983. Hanoi Rocks never really captured their live power on record, so this live document is one of the better ways to experience them. And them Malderor was still training a new guy on how to spin vinyl, so there’s a bunch of random punk-rock vinyl played. Give it a listen: 2:07pm: All Those Wasted Years, Live []

Fun, an assortment of liquor, and scrumptious frog legs with Paulitics on your Audio Atlas ...

November 22, 2017, 4:27 PM

  There was a moment in time that you have to stop wearing what your parents dressed you in and learn how to adorn yourself with your own colored and meaningful cloth…. It is the pivotal moment that you make the serious decision to play the latest in French Hip-Hip, Brazilian Baile Funk, Lover’s Rock Reggae, Bosnian Sevdalinka, and Ethiopian Fire….. I know that it takes a taste of Bajan flying fish to succeed and sometimes you want to ‘rest []

Thoughts of a Common Man Radio

November 22, 2017, 7:06 AM

We are very saddened by news that our beloved host Charles “The Chief” Williams has lost his battle with Leukemia.  He was an inspiration to many and will be greatly missed.  Take some time to visit his website at or facebook/toacmradio.  Re-airs of this talk show will continue until year-end.  Our sincerest condolences and prayers go out to his family.  Rest in peace Chief….  

¡DISCO ROTO! Gratitude

November 21, 2017, 8:00 PM

Gather round as Michele K-tel serves up a heaping helping of DISCO ROTO style Thanksgiving songs on #Gratitude — so give THANKS & pass the yams (until the dysfunctional family set kicks in). Scrabbel “Thank You for Being a Friend” Bea Arthur Amy Denio “Thanksgiving” The Big Embrace Frank Zappa “Food Gathering In Post-Industrial America, 1992” The Yellow Shark William S. Burroughs “A Thanksgiving Prayer” Dead City Radio Magazine “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf []

Malderor – Chaos and the Apache Break

November 21, 2017, 7:54 PM

Today was a weird episode. Malderor’s guest canceled with a totally valid health-issue the morning of the gig. But since he was a label-dude, and the entire show today was built around releases on his label, Malderor was forced to wing-it. Fortunately, Malderor was watching “Hip-Hop Evolution” and has been digging into songs that sample the Incredible Bongo Band’s track “Apache.” So there were a whole bunch of those. Copyright is bullshit. 2:04pm: []

Uncle Ray’s Psychedelic Soul Episodes #134 – 141

November 21, 2017, 8:51 AM

So I apologize, I have been locked out of my Radio Valencia Blog for more than a little while, so this post will contain MANY PODCASTS! #135 with The Crooked Stuff, live in the studio interview #136 My pal Dan Weir returns to the show #137 Heatwave music party #138 RIP Walter Becker ALL Steely Dan Show #139 Classic Rock for the Sunnertime #140 The Sounds of Philadelphia #141 Prog vs. the World

Mark your calendars! – G’s Chill Lounge – starting 12/21

November 20, 2017, 1:51 PM

Hosted by Gina Alexander – “G’s Chill Lounge” – bringing the best in Urban Indie, Chill, Smooth Jazz, and International music. Plus, you never know who will stop by from the entertainment world! It will air on Thursdays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. LIKE the Facebook page at:

Illogical Contraption ep 285 – That’s My Bowman!

November 20, 2017, 12:00 PM

Direct Download Cult gossip with Bob Calhoun! Contemporary funk metal is critiqued. Parker Bowman joins us for ENTER SANDMAN. Dream Sequences are Siqq Piqq’d. Email us – Illconradio@gmail Come see us at SF SKETCHFEST 2018!  

Song & Bone – Episode10

November 19, 2017, 9:57 PM

First show at Song & Bone’s new time slot – Sundays, 8:00-10:00 am PST. Hear sonic nectar from such artists as Chris Smither, James Tillman, Kelly Stoltz, John Lennon, Bilal, Vincent Gallo, and many others. Podcasts

Different ways to get to another time in Colombia through your Audio Atlas with Paulitics

November 18, 2017, 5:05 PM

On a bright corner of the darkest plaza in Medellin, there is a cat-eyed man named “Dagger”. He’ll sell you a 50 cent shot of rum and he seeks no special permission to read off a list of whales he has compiled over the course of 70 years from his tattered pink notebook. He also makes bread which he calls “Lamb” for no explicable reason…. The compendium favor him as he trots on towards our sullen place and rescues our []