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Hell's Kitchen Radio #492: Let Me Play You What To Think
October 17, 2022 8:00pm


A Season in Hell
Hell's Kitchen Radio #492: Let Me Play You What To Think
Someone told me the other day they really don't have any time to listen to music, and there's nothing worth listening to anyhow. I cried. Is this true for some people? For you? I can't imagine life without music. And honestly, as much as I enjoy the "classics" of my youth, including a few go-to bands, at least 50% of my music listening is music from the past couple of years, and always looking to get turned onto some fresh new artist or release.

How is this not more common? Do you not have the time? Are you stuck in what you were listening to in high school? I guess it's more common than I thought. If that's you then I really encourage you to tune into my show Monday's 8-10PM PDST, where I mix it up by era and genre. Take a look at my playlist below and you'll see everything from proto-punk, dub, 60s-psychedelic, boogie-woogie blues, stoney rock, and much much more.

One thing I will always love about Radio Valencia and stations like ours, is the risk our DJs take in pushing past the edges of what is acceptable to the commercial radio programmers. We will never insult you. We yearn to turn you on.

Enjoy and please share.


Hell's Kitchen Radio with John Hell
Mondays 8-10PM
Radio Valencia in SF

Heroin: Roky Erickson and the Explosives
Run Run Run: White Fence

I'm Waiting For My Man: Velvet Underground
TV Eye: The Stooges

Death Train: The Bobby Lees
Mexican Radio: Wall of Voodoo
Bye Bye Baby: Janis Joplin
Anemone: The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Presumptuous: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Curly Dub: Lee Scratch Perry and the Upsetters

Playin' In The Band: Bob Weir
Sugar Magnolia: Joe Pop-O-Pie
Il Eut un Silence Dans le Ciel: Population II

Dominoes: Syd Barrett
Blaze In: Acid King
The Sky Is Crying: Dave Alexander

Willie Poor Boy: Mance Lipscomb
Chicken: Scott H. Biram
20th Century Boy: Siouxsie and the Banshees

Rats in Ruin: All Them Witches

What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong

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