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Hell’s Kitchen Radio #450: Roommate Radio At It’s Finest

September 23, 8pm

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Music and mayhem for two hours. You’re good with that, right? I really had no chance, btw. I have to keep up appearances. I really listen to Helen Reddy and Montovani at home. You knew that though. You’re smart like that. I’m boring as all get out. Dad jokes a-plenty! I plug my ears through all this music you hear during my show. Blech. Who needs it? amiright?????

And then there’s the guests! Sheesh! Who the Hell wants to talk to people? I really just want to sink into my comfy couch, eat some bon-bons and watch train videos on YouTube. 

First hour is some stuff, follower by things. Ha! New music from Red FangToshi Kasai and Daddy Longhead. Such goodness coming from these artists. I’m looking forward to interviewing producer, engineer, electronics wiz Toshi Kasai in the upcoming weeks.

Second hour brings a visit from the one and only Mike Dingle of the 3rd Thursday Band, and Marlon Kasberg of KFJC (I won’t share his airname, but you will know him when you hear him). They stopped in to talk up this weekend hullabaloo happening at Winters Tavern in Pacific, Saturday and Sunday, featuring a tribute to the late. great rock/punk saxophonist Steve Mackay. The interview was fun and way too much roommate radio, but silly nonetheless. 

There’s also some great music featuring Steve Mackay late in the second hour.

If you really want to give a listen to what a bunch of idiots who have known one another for 20+ years in and around the music and radio history, forgetting that they’re on the radio, and ignoring the listeners, then you really want to give this a lesson. To be honest though, Marlon and I did our best to keep Dingle on point, and talking directly into the microphone. I love that guy. 

Come to this show!

Enjoy.

jh

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Religion: PIL
Strange Times in Casablanca: John Cale

Will You Still Love Me: Dave Barker and the Upsetters
Beautiful and Dangerous: Desmond Dekker
Girls With Guns: Bongos, Bass and Bob

Unreal Estate: Red Fang
Hadasha: Bar Kokhba

The Hunt Is On: Toshi Kasai
What Did I Feed The Dogs: Daddy Longhead

“Interview” with Mike Dingle and Marlon Kasberg

Los Altos Blues: Steve Mackay
Baghdad: Steve Mackay

Capital: Amyl and the Sniffers
Rock Island Line: Leadbelly
Let There Be Dark: Dark Carnival

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #449: Shake This!

September 19, 5pm

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It has been almost two full years since I have hosted a guest in the studio. Monday night I was pleased to have Patsy and Giovanni “The Cleaner” mAcdonald, from the greatest rock and roll band in the world, Shake Well, join me in the second hour, talking up their new release and upcoming show at Ivy Room, Thursday night, September 16th, featuring TJ mAcdonald, who sounds a lot like Eric McFadden, on guitar. Eric and Kate Vargas are headlining this show.

The mAcdonald family are a curious bunch, and Patsy shares some stories I don’t think the rest of the family are too keen on you all knowing. Be sure to check out the interview. They also brought along some tracks for the soon-to-be-released new album. 
There’s plenty of new music throughout the show tonight. Amyl and the Sniffers, Toshi Kasai, Paul Leary, Kate Vargas, Meatbodies, and Negativland. Whew, that’s a lot.

Music bed generously produced and donated by Adam MacKintosh
Enjoy.
jh

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Freaks to the Front: Amyl and the Sniffers
Do You Like To Eat A Cow: Paul Leary
Eat Steak: Reverend Horton Heat

I’m Goin’ Mad: Scorpions
I’m Here To Kill You: Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats

Stumbling Through The Jungle: Toshi Kasai with Clem Burke
Lazy Stoned Monk: Kikagaku Moyo
Go Slow: Fela Kuti

Interview with Shake Well

Like Water: Shake Well
Too High: Shake Well

Interview with Shake Well

Hawaii: Shake Well
Glorieta to the Holy Place: Kate Vargas
Hey Bulldog: Eric McFadden

Your Time Is Gonna Come: Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Human Fly: The Cramps
Reach for the Sunn: Meatbodies

Snake Oil Charmer: Mudhoney
Alien Boy: Wipers
Abstract “I”: Sun Ra

Open Your Mouth: Negativland
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

Check out the video for “Too High” from Shake Well below.

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #448: For Your Edification

September 11, 9am

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Another Monday, another chance for me to share some great music with you all. I started in radio in the Fall of 1988, when I was at the College of San Mateo and took radio classes, so I could be at KCSM, Jazz-91 on the campus. I was also working at Tower Records in San Mateo at the time. One of my colleagues was a DJ near the South Bay at 89.7FM KFJC, located at Foothill Junior College, just south of Stanford. When she heard I was at KCSM, she told me I should come down to KFJC and check it out. I was floored; I thought of KFJC as an exclusive station, with the cream of the crop of subversive DJs, always pushing the limits of what was “acceptable” radio. I first showed up there in late Fall 1988, and stuck around until 1997.

KFJC taught me that I had a responsibility to push the limits. Where else are you going to be turned onto music that will captivate and elevate you to a higher consciousness? Indeed.

So tonight you’re going to get what I always give you: good musical medicine. Tribute to Lee “Scratch” Perry; new Ty Segall and Meatbodies; krautrock from Embryo; kraut-influenced from MV and EE; birthday wishes to Roger Waters and much much more,

I’ve been doing this radio thing for over 30 years now, but it still feels fresh every week. I love finding new music, or music that’s new to me, so I can share it all with you. I hope you enjoy this recent presentation.

Enjoy.

jh

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Thank You, America: The Celibate Rifles
Anti-Song: (Ex) Cat Heads

Full Experience: Lee “Scratch” Perry ft. Aura
Killing Floor: Electric Flag
Caught With The Meat In Your Mouth: Dead Boys

Pictures: Ty Segall
Hypnagogia: Death Valley Girls
A Minute To Pray, A Second To Die: Flesh Eaters

Higgs Boson Blues: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Norwegian Wood: Psychedelic Guitar Circus

Walking on the Water: Richard Hell and the Voidoids
Poor Boy Excursions: MV and EE

Espagña, Si, Franco No: Embryo
Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict: Pink Floyd

Night Time Hidden Faces: Meatbodies
C ‘N’ C – S Mithering: The Fall

Crack Mountain: Natural Child
Good Night, Sleep Tight: Lawrence Welk Singers

Radio Valencia Fundraiser – Sunday, August 15th, 7 – 10:30PM – Make Out Room

August 15, 5pm

Hey radio fans, we’re having a good ol’ fashion rent party, Sunday night, August 15th, 7-10:30PM at Make Out Room, 3225 22nd Street in SF, right next door to the brand new Radio Valencia studio!

Join us for three exciting bands Into The Light + Tightpants & the Dynamite + Menagerie Bay, along with Radio Valencia DJs and more!!!

John Hell, along with Ace from Reality Check TV will be MCing this fine show, so get your hands out of your pockets and get your ass down to the Make Out Room for some fine shenanigans!

$10 and up (sliding scale) donation at the door is requested. Some of the proceeds are also going to “The DJ Project SF”, a youth arts non- profit, serving youth of color
in the San Francisco Mission district.

County-wide Mask Mandate
went into effect 8/2 at Midnight.
We will be requiring all patrons
and staff to be masked at all times
while indoors and we will continue to
require proof of vaccination
to gain entry.
Thank you.

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #447: Tripping Through The Audiosphere

August 12, 4pm

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Serving up some hot platters for your brain matter. 

Seriously though, there are some good eats for your ears on this here show. Give it spin…or a stream. You can download it to go! Who knows, maybe you’re listening to this show in the distant future, floating through space, far from our galaxy. Good on ya! Do you still consider yourself human, even if you don’t live on planet Earth anymore? 

I’ve been reading the “Three-Body Problem“, by Cixin Liu, and that question comes up throughout the trilogy. 

As for this here show, it’s an interesting one. I’m training a new host, DJ Collin, who’s going to be starting his new show Friday’s 6-8PM Pacific, “Digging with DJ Collin“. The second half of this show features a lot of his selections. I really put him to the test tonight. There were so many tech issues, even I was getting a bit flustered. He was chill the whole way through, and really gave his best. I can’t wait to tune in to his show!
Our new home is really attracting some great talent. Please take the time to tune in regularly throughout the week. You never know when your next favorite host will knock you off your feet. 

Take a look at the playlist below, click on the link at the top to stream or download this baby, and enjoy your trip through the cosmos.

Enjoy.

jh

Are you in our around San Francisco, Sunday, August 15th? We’re having a fundraiser at Make Out Room, our next door neighbor on 22nd street. We would love to see you. We have bands, and yours truly is MCing along with a few other Radio Valencia DJs. Check out the link for all the details.

Have you tried out our iPhone or Android app yet? Get them where you get your phone apps. I love the iPhone app and use it every day.

Guess what, our door broke again. WTF?!?!? More than ever we are in need of funds beyond what our staff can afford. If you can throw a few dimes Radio Valencia’s way, we will be forever in your debt. Thanks in advance. 

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I Like Marijuana: David Peel
Neat Neat Neat: Damned
Hard Time Killing Floor Blues: Skip James

Zo No Sanaka: Kikagaku Moyo
The Snake: Pink Fairies

Hunter: Joni Mitchell
Master of the Universe: Hawkwind
Mr. Pharmacist: The Fall
Linda Blair: Redd Kross

A Hedonist: EXEK
Are You Really Going To Move To The South: Marissa Nadler
UFO Please Take Me Home: Coachwhips
If I Had My Way: Bosco
Hideaway: Olivia Tremor Control – DJ Collin
Ride It: Montra – DJ Collin
Louise: Acetone – DJ Collin

LPs: Jeffrey Lewis – DJ Collin
Driftin’: Sonny and the Sunsets – DJ Collin
Speeding Motorcycle: Daniel Johnston with Yo La Tengo – DJ Collin

Burnt Toast: Daddy Longhead
Blood Like Cream: Red Fang
March To Fuzz: Mudhoney

The Waitress Song: First Aid Kit
Dragstrip Riot: The Flesh Eaters

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #446: Captain Crunchdown

August 4, 4pm

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I just bet I can multitask with the best of them. And when I say I can multitask, what I mean is I can’t. And neither can you. Really, you can’t, so stop putting on your resume as a skill. I was training a new DJ on Monday night, which takes some real direct attention. You need to be present if you’re showing a new host how the system works, as well as the Radio Valencia philosophy. I don’t want to play all ten minute songs throughout my show, so the training was happening in fits and starts. I think if you are paying attention you can hear the fits. ugh.

Some of the segues are less than pristine. I’m not proud.

I am however proud of the music I chose tonight. Brand spankin’ new music from Butthole Surfers/Melvins bassist Jeff Pinkus and Daddy Longhead. Also new music from Black MidiDavid McMurray, and Henry Kaiser. There’s also a tribute to ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill who passed away unexpectedly last week following a short illness. 

If you’re into ZZ Top (and who isn’t???) then be sure to check out my two hour Live Bootleg Bonanza tribute from Monday night. It’s two complete shows from 1980 and 1983.

Check out the playlist below for all the treats, and ignore the DJ error as I was training the next great Radio Valencia DJ. 

I thank you in advance.

Enjoy and please share.

jh 

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Paranoid: Ty Segall
Sunken City: Zig Zags
You’re Going To Die: Destroy All Monsters

Captain Sunshine: Country Joe and the Fish with John Cippolina
Ascending Forth: Black Midi
Silver Current: White Heaven

Plano: Daddy Longhead
Captain Comedown: Melvins

Backdoor Medley: ZZ Top
Grinder Man: John Lee Hooker

Loser: David McMurray with Betty LaVette and Bob Weir
Brotherman Pt. 1: Mancefield and Brother Man Band
Captain Crunch: Czar Face and MF Doom

The Father, The Son, and the Holy Ghost Reprise: A Love Supreme Electric
Johnny: Suicide
The Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly: Flipper

Take Me Back To The Void: WAND
Original Sin: Peach Kelli Pop
Bird Like Monkey Part 2: Melt Banana
Love Song: The Mutants
Insect Lounge: The Mutants

Teeth Grinder: Mike Krol
Punk Rock Ist Nicht Tot!: Thee Headcoats
Disguises: Minutemen
Garbage on Glue: Blind Shake

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #445: The Return of the Magnificent Daughter From Hell

July 28, 11am

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I cannot express to you the amount of joy I feel when my daughter, Lauson joins me in the studio. She first joined me when she was 7, now she’s getting close to 17, and she’s more lovely, funny, creative, and charismatic than ever. And her taste in music is as exciting as ever. I’m glad she’s still into the Beatles, but the fact that she’s turning me on to great music tells me I’m raising her right!

We kept the banter to a minimum, but the chat is as lively as the music. I tagged her choices with an “L”. 

Many people have asked me how she got her name? About 3-4 years before she was conceived, I had a dream where I was sitting in the back seat, passenger side, of my 1984 burgundy Olds Cutless Supreme. There was a seven year old girl in the front passenger seat, turned around looking at me. She had wild curly in the dream. I asked her name, and she said “Lauson. L.A.U.S.O.N.”. She then appeared next to me on my left, with my arm around her. She was smiling at me, and I knew at that moment I was looking at my daughter.

I woke up and looked at my wife (now my ex-wife), and said “we’re going to have a daughter named Lauson, L.A.U.S.O.N.”. She replied “we’re having kids?”. That tells you all you need to know about my ex-wife. A few years later Lauson was born. We chose not to know the sex of the baby before delivery, but I knew it was going to be Lauson. Seven years later, it was that same face, that same curly hair, and that same beautiful smile that I cannot get enough of.

Her mother and I divorced when she was only two, sadly. And for too many years Lauson had to go back and forth between houses. But she has been with me, 100% for the past three. We’re thick as thieves, she and I. I love that girl from the bottom of my heart. And I am so proud of who she is, heading into her senior year of high school. Time certainly does fly by. 

Luckily I have every show Lauson has joined me on. You can access each of them by clicking on the links below. Check out the playlists to see how her interests have evolved.

Want to hear more shows featuring Little Lauson Hell?

First show in 2012
Second show in 2014
Third show also in 2014
Fourth show in spring of 2015
Fifth show in the summer of 2015
Sixth show in summer 2016 along with Saucy!
Seventh show was also during summer 2016
Eight show was December 2016
Ninth show was July 2017
Tenth show was in August 2017
Eleventh show was July 2018
Twelfth show was April 2019
Lucky Thirteen was April 2020

Enjoy.

jh

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Payback – The Final Mixdown: James Brown
I Should Not Think Bad Thoughts: X

Night Goat (Acoustic): Melvins
Grandma’s Hands: Bill Withers – L
No Diggity: Blackstreet, Dr. Dre and Queen Pen – L

Rhinestone Cowboy: MF Doom and Madlib
i n t e r l u d e: J. Cole – L
662: Christone Kingfish Ingram
Every Hungry Woman: Allman Brothers Band

SWEET/ I THOUGHT YOU WANTED TO DANCE: Tyler, the Creator ft. Brent Faiyaz and Fana Hues

Back to Black (live acoustic): Amy Winehouse
Jokerman DUB: Bob Dylan/Doctor Dread
Sugar Is A Gateway Drug: Paul Leary

Solar Power: Lorde
I’m In Your Mind/I’m Not In Your Mind: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

Crybaby: Destroy Boys
Make It Go Away: The Scientists
The Astronaut: The Astronauts

Time Of The Season: The Zombies
We Gotta Get Out Of This Place: The Animals

T r a n s p a r e n t S o u l: Willow
Good Night, Sleep Tight: Lawrence Welk Singers

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #444: To Death Do Us ROCK!

July 21, 11am

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I saw a meme the other day that made some comment about paying attention to those who are introducing new music into your life. Yes, please do. I also read something a while ago about once you reach the age of 30-something you stick with the music that made the most impact on you, sometime in your teens to 20s. Really? That’s it? Some crappy, lowest-common-denominator non-offensive music that plays over and over on your favorite radio station, or Spotify playlist? What do you do when Spotify tries to suggest something new to you? Do you swipe left…or right? I wouldn’t know; 

I don’t have Spotify. Are you shocked by this new found knowledge? Did you think I got all of my musical inspiration from what Spotify suggests to me? I listen to radio. Non-commercial radio to be exact. KFJCKALXKPOOKALW (on the weekends), WFMUKPFA (especially Wednesdays 8-10pm). And I listen with Shazam close at hand. 

There are times I have stopped the car so I can Shazam a track. How much do you love this app? However there are times when it’s stumped. That’s mostly when I’m listening to KFJC, the station that stumps Shazam! HA! That’s when I call them up and ask them what the hell that just was that blew my mind?!?!?!

I don’t think I stumped Shazam tonight, but I gave it the old internet radio try. My buddy Eric came by the house today with his bass and we rocked out to GFY, along with some other AmylStooges, Flat Earthers, Butthole Surfers and Oh Sees tunes. That was super fun. I really need to get loud like that more often. So let’s start with some Amyl and the Sniffers, shall we? There’s also new music from David McMurrayPaul LearyAngel Bat Dawid, and Kate Vargas. Also, Mudhoney’s 30th anniversary remaster of Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge arrived on Monday, so I threw that in for good measure. Or good fudge. 

There’s something for everyone here, even you who still listen to the same music you’ve been listening to since high school. Don’t be afraid. Dive right in. If you don’t like what you hear, just wait 3-7 minutes and check out the next tune.

Enjoy.

jh

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GFY: Amyl and the Sniffers
Gimme MY Wife: Bruce Marshall
Dirty: Joy

Thin White Line: Avengers
Going Up The Country: Three Stoned Men
Take Me Higher and Groove Me: James Brown

The 11: David McMurray
Slates, Slags, Etc: The Fall
Room Service: Rap Rilplinger

Check Out Time: Mudhoney
Roadrunner: Modern Lovers

Gary Floyd Revisited: Paul Leary
Dum Dum: Butthole Surfers
Shit Storm/Youth Of America: Melvins

London: Angel Bat Dawid
Watch Out!: Wells Fargo

The Money Will Roll Right In (For Scott): Fang
Strangers: The Kinks
Raised Right Men: Tom Waits

Church of Misdirection: Kate Vargas
The Funny Bird: Mercury Rev

Apocalyptic Make Out: Love Jerks
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #443: Bad For The Hell Of It

July 14, 9am

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I was told by a dear friend that I’m not a bad guy, I’m just not all that good either. HA! I love it! That’s Hell for ya. I’m just pretty good at being pretty bad. And I enjoy laughing at that, and myself, often. I birthed John Hell in August 1994, when I co-founded Radio Free Burning Man. I’m sure I wrote about this somewhere else on this blog. We were all KFJC DJs and I didn’t want to use my airname, Reverend Dah Wave, for the event in the desert. So I needed another moniker. 

I had seen the Rowdy Roddy Piper film “Hell Comes to Frogtown“, a post-apocalyptic tale about a guy who survived the devastation and now needs to save all of these extremely hot women (of course), being held in captivity by the Frog King. I love Rowdy Roddy Piper. He was always my favorite wrestler. Pipers Pit was the best part of WWF on Saturday afternoons. And “They Live” will always be a classic. “I’ve come to chew bubblegum and kick ass. And I’m all out of bubblegum”. I mean, come on! Anyway, I thought Piper’s name in “Hell Comes To Frogtown” was John Hell. And I thought “Hell YES!”, what an excellent name for RFBM. Ends up his name was Frank Hell. That’s super lame. No. So John Hell it was and it shall remain, even if Discovery Channel decided it was to adult for their precious little cable outlet and changed it to “Helle” for the four hour “Power Tool Drag Races” special. Whatever, I got paid. 

Initially I was thinking Hell would be all in your face; especially for Burning Man. I was purposely insulting to the organization, just to keep them honest. Now that John Hell about to turn 27(?!?!?!?!) he’s much more reserved and sly. I like to poke fun in a more political manner, and to myself. Just what you’ve come to know and love. You do love me, don’t you? (crickets)

As for this show, lot’s of new music, Kate Vargasthe ScientistsAngel Bat DawidGojiraNegativland, and Oh Sees. And everything else is gravy. 

Also, you get a treat, one of my oldest and greatest friends is about to start a brand new show Wednesday’s 10-midnight (Pacific) on Radio Valencia. His moniker is The Alchemist. The show is a mouthful: Conflux Cornucopia Cerebellum Cocktail Hour! The Alchemist is a walking musical encyclopedia. I know you’re going to dig his show. He took over a couple sets in the second hour of this show. I marked it so you know. You’re welcome.

Enjoy.

jh

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White Man’s Got A God Complex: The Last Poets
Chiseler: Crystal Fairy

Rumpumpo: Kate Vargas
Gibson Girl: Adam MacKintosh
Working For A Dead Man: Eric McFadden

I Will Miss the Jasmine: Shannon and the Clams
Interstellar Overdrive: Pink Floyd

Science of Suave: The Scientists
Let There Be Dark: Dark Carnival

Black Family: Angel Bat Dawid and Tha Brothahood
***The Alchemist Set***
I Am A Husk: The Mercury Tree
Seven Ways Til Sunday: T.R.A.M.

Electric Landlady: Person
Amazonia: Gojira

Heavy Like A Witch: All Them Witches
Cheating the Polygraph: Porcupine Tree
Atheists Have Songs Too: Rykarda Parasol

***John Hell takes back the reigns***
He Keeps You: Boscoe
Create the Visitor: Negativland

The Ceiling: Oh Sees

Have you tried out our iPhone or Android app yet? Get them where you get your phone apps. I love the iPhone app and use it every day.

Due to the recent attempted break in at our new studio, we are in need of funds beyond what our staff can afford. If you can throw a few dimes Radio Valencia’s way, we will be forever in your debt. Thanks in advance. 

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #442: Looking Right Through You

June 30, 10am

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I’m really feeling this new studio of ours. It’s like I’ve grown wings! I’m giddy, I tell ya! GIDDY! Another diverse show, full of multiple genres that might just give you whiplash. But it’s the kind of pain that you like. You like pain, right?

Joni Mitchell released “Blue” 50 years ago, so you know I have to celebrate the genius of Joni. There’s new music from Mr. Bungle, and Paul Leary of the Butthole Surfers. I also have a set focused on my new obsession, The Fall. Seriously, what took me so long?

There punk, blues, synth-cumbia, underground hip-hop, stoner metal, and The Beatles! This is why you tune in to Radio Valencia.

Speaking of Radio Valencia, if you live in or near San Francisco, we’re looking for a few good show hosts. 

Have you ever said to yourself “I can program a better radio show than that idiot”. If so, then Radio Valencia may be right for you! We are a freeform internet radio station located in the heart of the Mission District, with a storefront location looking for music lovers like yourself, who want to host a two hour show once a week. 

No radio experience is necessary. Hire for personality, train for skill.

Take a look at the home page at http://radiovalencia.fm and click on the “Contact Us” link half way down on the right side of the page. Let us know what you want to do and we’ll be in touch faster than it takes to segue from one Minutemen song to the next.

Enjoy.

jh

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The Light, The Sound: Flipper
I Will Not Be Your Fool: David Bromberg

All I Want: Joni Mitchell
Raid: MF Doom & Madlib
Truckin’: Pop O Pies

Mathematics: Mr. Bungle
South: Specimen Box

U.S. 80s – 90s: The Fall
Glitter Freeze: Gorrilaz
Mr. Pharmacist: The Other Half

Verdugos De Abastos: Grupo Jejeje
Just A Dream Away: Wipers

Buzzin’ Fly: Tim Buckley
Spit in the Eye: Heavy Blanket
Blue Jay Way: The Beatles

Mohawk Town: Paul Leary
Citadel: A/lpaca
Whiskey and Women: John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat

Zed the Mythical Goat: Bazooka
Somebody’s Fishin’ In My Kitchen: Hip Lankchan