Bang! Smack! Ka-power to the people! DJs Benday and Jactose look at the left side of the issues as they discuss what comics they're reading and what they teach us about our inevitable victory over capitalism.
Spinning you at 45 revolutions per minute let your host Misisipi Mike take you From WDIA in Memphis to Radio Caroline off the Isle of Mann and all those late great days of independent radio. RocknRoll, Soul, Country, Glam, Punk or Prog, every hour it's a different year, a different station, another time before Clear Channel and the FCC killed real music for real people!
Quarterman Jack Champion plays old school Country and Western music and Western Swing, with local talent, live acoustic performances and listings of upcoming events - including some rockabilly as long as there are no string sections involved. As for modern guys, it's either young new talent or those who are influenced by the Bakersfield Sound, e.g. Dave Alvin and such.
A weekly open-format radio show invoking the spirit of John Peel and trying to live up to the echo of the shadow of the memory of his genius. Punk, Dub, Dust, Glitch, and everything else, too. Eclectic with footnotes.
Shit talk and shenanigans, arts/culture and guests/interviews set to hardcore, punk and metal! Yes, this might seem like a contradiction... but really, aren't we all? Stop by for the party Thursday evenings 6:00-8:00 pm, Bay Area time zone, bitches.
A fun-loving freeform festival of the finest fecundity. Our fertility of sound shall reproduce on your ear drums a full banjo orchestra, forgotten disco records, AM Gold, Portuguese garage rock, 50s gospel, Jamaican mento, mash-ups, and other phonoanomalies from the far corners of the sonic spectrum.
Hop on a wild musical rollercoaster that will leave your head spinning - whether lo-fi, twang, hip-hop, avant jazz, psychedelic cumbia, indie folk or a little hardcore cha-cha-cha. Michele K-Tel presents all the eclectic sounds.
Drinks with Tony has aired since 2002. Over the years guests have included David Sedaris, Miranda July, Nick Cave, Chuck Palahniuk, Wim Wenders, Chelsea Handler, Richard Hell, oh when does the name dropping stop? Your host, Tony DuShane, worships the Holy Trinity: Literature, Film and Music.
DJ Tanoa Samoa Boy plays all scratchy 33 and 45 rpm, 1930s thru 1960s, toe tappin', twistin', hip shakin', soul strollin', jive boppin' records. Rockabilly, Classic Country, Jump Blues, Doo Wop, Swingin' Jazz, Boogie and Surf Music for your dancing, drinking and listening delight.
Hold your brother and sister's hand, ice up your drinks and hose down the party with lube, because here comes the audio catnip. This show is one part booty, one part booty-party, and all about having good times together, featuring jams from Miami and Detroit, hip-hops both party and conscious, electro-crack-ho's flying in live original loops, DC GoGo and some classic funk and jazz. Listen up, all you Baobab Bathroom Debutantes, Freakotronic knows what gets your booty moving. He's gonna play it, and there's nothing you can do about it.
All vintage sound reproductions from 1950 and/or earlier, from the prehistoric to the post-modern. including: blues, classical/opera/chamber, comedy, country, ethnic/world music, experimental/avant-garde, folk/traditional, jazz, latin-dance, lounge/exotica, movie scores, musicals, popular music & spoken word, except when there are live musical guests in the studio. Detailed playlists for each episode are posted weekly in the Gramophoney Baloney blog, in the BLOGS section of the Radio Valencia website, do check it out!
From Experimental Noise through Easy Listening, Field Recordings and back again, it's DJ Greedmink presenting a unique queue each week with unreleased live recordings from the local underground as well as interviews, phone-ins, and live mics.
A New Discovery Every week, not only in music, but in events affecting our world's consciousness thus as time compresses as we enter our doorway to the next age, there will only be winners and losers left behind. Which one will YOU be?
Anti-corporate, anti-hipster......Destroying all the patriarchal DJ cliques on the air with real LIVE mixes and real rebellion. Obscure 70's proto-Doom, Proto-Punk, Space Rock, Anti-Top 40 DJ massacres ... Celebrity interviews... Using Dr.Don Rose's sound effects in her own way.... Multi-layered mixes using 24-tracks,beat matching,pitch control... Destroying all the
The dopest underground Hip Hop show on the air! Livin' The Life is a TRUE Skool Hip Hop radio show, hosted by Native Sun. A show that is never faked! Learn the lessons, don't get caught slippin', and know the system.
What happens to live-mix radio after it falls over the edge and the receptacle shatters? Karen Carpenter, Bob-Marc, and Sherilyn Connelly (sometimes but not always necessarily with KrOB, give or take) pick up the pieces and re-deconstruct it into a whole 'nother but strangely similar NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND-esque thing. Now with 100% less discipline and thought, a hi-fi companion with vocal samples stepping on real-time voices, multiple background (and foreground and sideground) sound collages on the air while people don't stop talking, and laptops open while engaged. All rational thought will be exterminated, all hot dogs will be wrapped in bacon, and all hadrons will collide like bumper cars also wrapped in bacon. Dwarves pronounced, Lilith soliloquized, phone flashing, nitrous cracking, fasting furiously, and booper pending.
A fly-by-night wild card of a radio broadcast which can range from free-form music program to artist tribute/spotlight to insufferable four-hour experimental sound collage... Now You Hear It, Now You Don't!
Tune in as Julia, aka Chan-Chan deals with W.E.B. Da BAWSE aka AYE-AYEron and staxwell aka White Privilege aka Van GTFOH while they do their best to bring SWAG to the SWAGGERLESS with new music and upcoming releases. Like current events? Rad, because we'll talk about that stuff, too... often with special guests! So, join the conversation with @juliachanb, @aboutaaron, @MidPointBeats, and @radioplay4today on Twitter, or just lurk and listen.
Two hours of free-form programming in the classic spirit of 1960s underground radio, bringing you the music of yesterday, today and tomorrow. A weekly mixtape for your mind, hosted by Ferrara Brain Pan.
The finest Thrash, Death, Speed, Black, NWOBHM, Hardcore, Doom, Sludge, Progressive, Noise, and Post-metal brought to you by 'The Girl Next Door.' DJ Jody brings you to the brink of hearing loss and back again, just in time for lunch.
Bjorn Gay sets out into the urban wild(er)ness in search of interzones and their opposites. Guided by spirits, animal familiars, ley lines, graffitti, sigil magick, T.A.Z. architecture, and psychogeography, we shall retake the city from the grip of Mulciber and his jerrymandered civic boundaries. 1 podcasted episode
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Do you love the Misfits? Do you love Clint Eastwood in World War 2 movies? Either way, Where Eagles Dare might talk about both of those as San Francisco comedians Ryan “PapaJohn” Papazian, Matt “The Liability” Lieb, and Jeff “The Anayalator” Anaya take you into a world where most people dare not go. Edgy interviews with the common man…we got that. Intimate love advice that will turn you into a stallion…we’re on it. Racially controversial conversation….absolutely not. So tune in... if you Dare. Dare, like an Eagle would.