The Stranded Playlist With Marco Middlesex Podcast
What songs would you have on your playlist on your device if you were stranded somewhere where's there's no internet connection. A remote place somewhere far away from civilization maybe, a desert island or faraway part of the world perhaps? This is the concept of my podcast 'The Stranded Playlist' on air Sundays 12-2p & an encore broadcast every Wed 2-4p PST! Come and join me for a transcendent & eclectic, unique journey to another audio dimension! If you'd like your 'Stranded Playlist' considered for airplay on a future show, select 3 songs any genre, style & era and send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday evening prior to broadcast. I'll spin yours and give you a shoutout! So tell me what's on your 'Stranded Playlist'?
Vintage and contemporary music in a free form format, with your host Bob Sarles. Psychedelia, blues, funk, soul, jazz, folk, country, reggae, world and rock music from across the spectrum, along with special surprises. A Ravin' Films Production.
its faco Bringing you Mega Compositions of Dialogue with a sprinkle of Genius, and Freestyle Flows with pounding Intellectual Vernacular. Comedy is the Remedy when having your eardrums focused upon this show. The Musical Universe is exposed, to fill you with Beats and Truth. And requests are always appreciated.
Music offers a definite contribution to every kind of social gathering, from a cozy two-some to the wildest whing-ding. Lots of people put on a batch of records when company is expected, turning the volume down so as to not interfere with conversation. But what frequently happens is that most recorded music is at times so soft it can barely be heard - and at other times so loud that those that prefer to converse have to shout to be heard over it. (Also, the type of music is frequently not the kind that appeals to everyone.) This music has been arranged and recorded to overcome those difficulties. Here, for perhaps the first time, is music arranged, played and produced especially for your background use. This music is unique. It will never dominate, yet will always be pleasant and listenable. Early in the evening, when the hostess is struggling to get the party off the ground, the music will fill those embarrassing lulls. (In place of awkward silence will be familiar and friendly music that encourages toe tapping and humming in harmony.) On the other hand, should the party get festive, these recordings take on added significance, for they serve for group "singing" or dance music of a type to enable dowager and daughter to enjoy partners of assorted vintages. For card parties, however small, this music is sufficiently unobtrusive not to confuse the bidding, yet fill in those dull gaps while the slow player shifts gears before sloughing a deuce. Club meetings - in fact any social gathering - will find these podcasts a genuine contribution. A suggestion: When you hear this music on a website, don't expect to be sent into a toe tingling trance by any musical pyrotechnics. These podcasts are designed for BACKGROUND... like a dash of sherry. they'll add flavor to any mixture. (And if you're all alone some night with facebook, they're mighty pleasant taken straight!)
The award-winning Ask Dr. Hal show is an interactive intellectual salon in which you, the audience, have the opportunity to consult the omniscient and oracular Dr. Hal Robins on life's eternal questions and trivial minutiae.
Cheap Hooch features hosts Holly, Li Po, and Island Girl playing the best in Punk, Garage, Trash, Soul, Rockabilly, Primitive Rock n' Roll, Psychedelia, Shoegaze, and pretty much anything else that strikes our fancy. Each episode focuses on local artists, music from independent and DIY sources and music history. We also cover local news with our Show Recommendations and Promotions and Life in San Francisco Stories.
Originally conceived by KUSF DJs Ron Quintana, Ian Kallen & Howie Klein, RAMPAGE RADIO has been assaulting the airwaves with metal and other noise on a weekly basis ever since its official birth on Sunday, March 6th, 1982.