October 30, 1pm
A LEG UP – In need of a healing development, we hope East Bay friends of Ask Dr. Hal! will come to this later-night pre-Hallowe’en live podcast show at XOXO in Jack London Square, where food and drink will also be available. The Extra Action Marching Band will be playing nearby. During our show, which ends at Midnight at the club, we’ll be featuring some guest performers… Consider dropping by during the Night Before Hallowe’en. But if can’t join in the festivities in person, never fear, the entire show will be broadcast LIVE across the world, via the Radio Valencia website.
October 15, 9pm
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Every week I knowingly select more music than I will ever play. I do this, because radio is an artform. It’s an empty canvas. I need to fill it, and I need to have the appropriate materials to do so. So much good music to share. Take a look at this blistering playlist below. And you can hear it in my voice. There was a lot of hooting and hollering goin’ on.
I’m going to start identifying what I feel was “best of set”, as each week there’s always that set that is just more awesome than the others. For this show it was absolutely justified. See below.
This Sunday at The Chapel, on Valencia, Ty Segall‘s side project, FUZZ, is opening for one of my top 5 desert island bands, MUDHONEY! If you don’t have tickets, too bad for you: it’s sold out! I cannot wait to sweat the night away, in what promises to be an amazing show. Fuzz has a new record out too, which you know will be on turntable A in the Radio Valencia studios next Monday night.
In the meantime, check out the playlist below, and click on the Dl or stream above.
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Border Radio: The Blasters
Devil Doll: X
River of Fever The Flesh Eaters
Dismissive: OBN IIIs
Fun House (Take 5): The Stooges
Where Eagles Dare: Bratmobile
Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast: Pink Floyd (for DocBot)
Crimson: Ken Nordine
Jean-Pierre: Miles Davis
***BEST OF SET***
In ‘n Out of Grace: Mudhoney
There She Goes, My Beautiful World: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
In the Cartoon: Clown Alley (for John Law)
Young Man Blues: Altamont
It Hurts Me Too: Grateful Dead with Duane Allman (02/11/70 – Fillmore East, NYC)
Storm and Feather: Golden Void
I Don’t Want Nobody To Get Me Nothing: Grant Green
October 5, 11am
Tonight on Hell’s Kitchen Radio, I welcome SF County Supervisor, John Avalos in to talk about the proposed Bike Yield law, lowering the voting age to 16, and the housing crisis. Tune in 8-10.