Thursday, June 30, 11am
Standing in the newly painted Radio Valencia studio really fills me with pride, and inspires me to put on a quality show for you all. That’s not saying the other weeks were phoned in, it just feels like I walked into a brand new studio and I’m really jazzed about it.
Radio Valencia is a collection of jocks who have come together to play our favorite music for you. Some of us have been at this radio game a few decades now. RV has been going strong-ish since 2010. Having a storefront location this last year has been a huge boon for us, and we’re now in a position to make the most of it; hence the facelift. Big thanks to the Tuesday night crew, Culturefest’s Lilly and Joe. These two really went all out. When I walked in Monday night I could have sworn the studio was actually bigger than before!
Sunday Streets on Valencia is July 10th. If you’re in the area drop by and check out the studio. We’re at 3227 22nd Street, between Mission and Valencia, next door to Make Out Room.
Tonight’s show had a lot of emotion throughout it. New music from Emily Clark and Fanstastic Negrito. There’s a 45th anniversary expanded edition Bob Marley, and a build up to this weekend’s Mosswood Meltdown in the second hour. And George Carlin speaks about a timely issue beyond the grave.
How do I pack so much in? You’ll just have to tune in Monday’s 8-10PM PDST and find out.
Enjoy and please share.
Do It: Rollins Band
The Man With The X-Ray Eyes: Bauhaus
A Change Is Gonna Come: Baby Huey
Moth Tongue: Crystal Fairy
Nasty Girl: Betty Davis
Life Goes On: Big Mama Thornton
You Better Have A Gun: Fantastic Negrito
Let Me Roll It: Paul McCartney and Wings
Amazing Grace: Aretha Franklin
Big Sky: Emily Clark and the Passing Fancy
Chismiten: Mdou Moctar
Suck My Left One: Bikini Kill
Love Canal: Flipper
Crawl: Shannon and the Clams
Racist, Sexist Boy: The Linda Lindas
AirBnB: Kim Gordon
Lovers Lane: Hunx and His Punx
George Carlin Pro Life, Abortion, and the Sanctity of Life
Fisherman Dub: Lee Perry
Natural Mystic (Alternative version): Bob Marley
In The Great Getting Up In The Morning: The New Gospel Keys