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BLT fills in for Michele with a special all Pharoah / Pharoah related show!
Tuesday, September 27th, Noon - 3pm
on Radio BLT


Subways and surveillance - with Christopher Robbins from Hell Gate
Monday, September 26th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

In New York City, MetroCards are being phased out in favor of a smartphone-scanning system called OMNY, which tracks the identity, location, and travel habits of every passenger of New York's subways and buses. Christopher Robbins from Hell Gate discusses his "privacy guide to OMNY" - and why we should be skeptical about subway surveillance.


Reuben Son guest hosts!
Sunday, September 25th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Explore the ambient spaces between listening and composing with Reuben Son.


Drop In Presents Rockin' Rochester Visits RnS with Jimmy Filingeri
Saturday, September 24th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Jimmy from Rockin' Rochester of the hot RnB combo, The Fox Sisters returns to the FMU airwaves with RnB n RnR platters a-plenty!


WFMU Broadcasts Live from Frantic City!
Saturday, September 24th, 11am - Midnight
on Live Broadcasts and Special Events

WFMU will be broadcasting the debut Frantic City festival, which takes place on Saturday September 24th in Atlantic City! The festival will be hosted by funnyman Fred Armisen, with a stunning line-up that features Yo La Tengo, Shannon and The Clams, Superchunk, Titus Andronicus, and so many more greats! See the full line up and get tickets here. If you are unable to attend in person, WFMU will be broadcasting the entire show live.


Cat Bomb! Radio with Maggie Hertz fill in for Jeremiah this morning
Saturday, September 24th, 3am - 6am
on Cat Bomb! Radio with Maggie Hertz!


Album release party with Tim Burgess
Friday, September 23rd, 3pm - 6pm
on Mona's show

Celebrating his new release, Typical Music, Tim talks his new album, The Charlatans, Tims Twitter Listening Party and more.


Essex County Commissioner Brendan Gill on the Essex Hudson Greenway
Friday, September 23rd, Midnight - 3am
on Six Degrees with Alan

On this week's Six Degrees with Alan an interview with Essex County, NJ Commissioner at Large, Brendan Gill discussing the Essex Hudson Greenway, the future nine mile bike and pedestrian trail and green space that will run from Montclair to Jersey City, NJ along the old Boonton rail line.


Aaron Sachs, author, "Up from the Depths"
Monday, September 19th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

These are dark times, thanks in large part to the predatory practices of Silicon Valley. Author Aaron Sachs wants us to take comfort from two writers who dealt with such problems: Lewis Mumford, the 20th century technology critic, and Mumford's favorite author, Herman Melville - best known today for "Moby Dick." On the next Techtonic, Aaron Sachs's book: "Up from the Depths: Herman Melville, Lewis Mumford, and Rediscovery in Dark Times."


Special Guest: Sir Frank London (Fill-in show for Ken's Last Ever...)
Monday, September 19th, 3pm - 5pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Sir Frank London is a Grammy-award winning trumpeter-composer and co-founder of the Klezmatics. He has worked with everyone from Itzhak Perlman to Iggy Pop.


L'Rain guest hosts!
Sunday, September 18th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

L'Rain shares a mix of songs in celebration of her eponymous debut record, which turns 5 years old on September 15th, 2022.


Interview with Rachel Lime
Sunday, September 18th, Midnight - 3am
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars

NYC-based musician Rachel Lime joins Abbie from Mars for a conversation. Hear her 2021 album A.U. here.


Drop In Presents Hard Stuff with Frank in Queens
Saturday, September 17th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
The sound of the 60s becoming the 70s; late-era garage and early hard rock. Fuzz, frets, riffage, and wattage. Let your hair down and "Drop-In" on WFMU's Rock And Soul Radio for a taste of the "Hard Stuff".


Special Guest: Julie Christensen
Saturday, September 17th, 4pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Julie Christensen emerged from LA’s early punk scene with the Divine Horsemen, has performed with Flesheaters, and toured with Leonard Cohen. She’s also had a creative and wonderful solo career, most recently with the release of her “Eleven from Kevin” album, covering songs by Kevin Gordon. She’ll be live in the studio, playing some songs and talking about her amazing career.


Special Guest: Claire Daly
Saturday, September 17th, 2pm - 4pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
In an excursion from the low end, Dave welcomes back fellow NYC baritone saxist Claire Daly, but this time they will be focusing on their favorite alto saxophonists. Get high with Dave and Claire!


Martyn Ware of Heaven 17
Wednesday, September 14th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

After multiple postponements over the past two years British electronic band Heaven 17 are finally embarking on what they describe as their first “proper” US tour since they formed in 1981. Co-founder (and former Human League member) Martyn Ware will chat with EFD about the tour (which includes shows in Red Bank NJ and NYC) and more.


Five years of Techtonic
Monday, September 12th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Mark Hurst celebrates the five-year anniversary of Techtonic with emails and audio messages from listeners. Join us as we highlight the books, the interviews, the rants, and the surveillance. So much surveillance. Tune in and toast Techtonic's first half-decade.


Rhinestone Dinosaur guest hosts!
Sunday, September 11th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Get lost (or found!) in covered tracks with Rhinestone Dinosaur.


Special Guests on Atlantic Tunnel: Songwriter Ron Ryan and TLKA's Roger Houdaille
Sunday, September 11th, 2pm - 4pm
on Atlantic Tunnel with Ed
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
This week, we have a brand-new show, featuring songwriter, Ron Ryan. Ron tells his story of how he wrote many of the early Dave Clark Five songs. Also joining us is Think Like A Key Music’s head, Roger Houdaille, who is also a member of Ex-Norwegian. Listen in to hear some great tales, as well as some of the music from TLAK’s catalog – both new and old new.


Interview with Slic
Sunday, September 11th, Midnight - 3am
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars

Brooklyn-based electronic producer and performer Slic joins Abbie from Mars for a conversation. Their new EP 2real releases September 2.


Gaylord Fields Presents British Beat Ballads 1963–’65
Saturday, September 10th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Sure, we all dig a rave-up by our fave UK rockers. But for this show, Gaylord Fields dips into his stack of mid-Sixties British beat group 45s to play only the mean, moody and magnificent ballad sides for your listening and swooning pleasure.


Special Guest: Lisa Sanders
Saturday, September 10th, 5pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Lisa Sanders is a powerful songwriter and troubadour from San Diego, who’s worked with folks like Lucinda Williams, Bonnie Raitt, Al Green and B.B. King. You’ll see why when you hear her sing. She’s stopping by Studio G to play some songs for us and talk about her interesting career.


Special Guest: Tracie Morris
Saturday, September 10th, 2pm - 5pm
on Music For a Free World with Dave Sewelson
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Tracie Morris is a poet, vocalist, scholar and sound artist from Brooklyn, New York.


Bob Brainen & Pete Tomlinson Present American Music Before The Beatles, Part 2
Saturday, September 10th, 11am - 2pm
on Bob Brainen's show
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
A further exploration of the wealth of sounds emanating from the new world, ca. '59 to '63, before the Beatles landed and changed everything. (We LUV The Beatles!) In cased you missed it, here's Part 1.


Live broadcast from Camp John Waters, with very special guests John Waters and Mink Stole!
Friday, September 9th, 9pm - Midnight
on Mona's show

Mona will play tunes from Waters' films and listeners will have an opportunity to submit questions for John and Mink who will be live on air after 11!


Mom Reacts
Wednesday, September 7th, 7pm - 10pm
on Bodega Pop with Gary Sullivan
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
DJ Gary’s mom frequently shows up in the comments section of his playlist pages, claiming to “love everything Gary plays.” On this episode, Gary subjects his mom to three hours of international mayhem, from African hip-hop to Vietnamese riot grrrl, to determine whether she's lying.


The Who’s “Tommy” on Dinner at Andys
Wednesday, September 7th, 6pm - 7pm
on Dinner at Andy’s with Ken and Andy

WFMU listeners will recreate The Who’s rock opera, Tommy, on Dinner at Andys, with Staysh and Andy. Come by for the dead dumb and blind kid, stay for the Acid Queen!


Jonathan Hertzberg's "Fun City Editions"
Tuesday, September 6th, 8pm - 9pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

Jonathan Hertzberg returns for an eighth installment to discuss the music of films released by his label Fun City Editions which reissues repertory cinema and music of works that exist "outside of their time." In the past two years, FCE has released 15 newly-restored films beginning with Amos Poes' "Alphabet City" (1984) and David Greene's "I Start Counting" (1970) and, most recently, Bobby Roth's "Heartbreakers" (1984) and Jonathan Demme's "Married To The Mob" (1988).


FINAL MILES for Spin Age Blasters
Tuesday, September 6th, 3pm - 6pm
on Spin Age Blasters with Creamo Coyl

Creamo Coyl presents one last trawl through the maestro's unparalleled '70s output. Strap yourself in for one more ride on the good ship Electric Miles, with Davis and his band of exceptional players as your navigators. Over a glorious and sprawling three hours, Creamo will cover performances from 1973 through 1975, the year that Miles hung up his towel (only to ring it out and pick it up again in 1981). Come as you are, leave as an entirely different person.


Workplace surveillance: a very Techtonic Labor Day
Monday, September 5th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

If you use a computer or smartphone at your job, you're probably under surveillance. Mark Hurst celebrates a very Techtonic Labor Day by reviewing some disturbing revelations about the increasingly Orwellian treatment of workers.


DJ Gummie guest hosts!
Sunday, September 4th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Grrrrlz, grrrlz, grrrlz. DJ Gummie is all balled up and ready to roll with an hour of tension-tightened tunes by women.


Interview with Mike Nowotarski
Sunday, September 4th, Midnight - 3am
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars

Brooklyn-based musician and show organizer Mike Nowotarski joins Abbie from Mars for a conversation. He performs as Coffee Nap, and his album (Of) Smoke Rings and Tenderness was released this past June.


“We're Outta Sight!!!” presents “How Do You Like THEM Apples? Part Two”
Wednesday, August 31st, 10pm - 11pm
on We're Outta Sight!!! with Stu
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
DJ Stu Rutherford spins rock and soul tracks from the Apple Records label. You'll hear a hit song or two but the primary focus here is on deeper cuts. Part One aired on August 24th.


David Amram Returns For A Pt. 2
Tuesday, August 30th, 8pm - 9pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

David Amram at 91 returns to discuss his lifelong career as a concert, film and jazz composer, conductor, and classical, jazz, folk and world music multi-instrumentalist. His soundtrack credits include John Frankenheimer's "Manchurian Candidate" and "Young Savages" and Elia Kazan's "Splendor In The Grass" and "The Arrangement." Listen to Pt. 1 HERE.


Masma Dream World Guest Hosts!
Sunday, August 28th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

"strange,how very,very strange..." Journey into the lands of bass, ceremonial percussion,moody and spooky new music all the way to the cries of crows....expect storytelling of Gabonese folk tales and enchanted memories from their childhood...


Author/journalist Keri Blakinger discusses her new memoir, Corrections in Ink
Sunday, August 28th, 3am - 6am
on Currents with Brian D

Author and journalist Keri Blakinger will join Currents on Sunday, August 28th, to discuss her new memoir, Corrections in Ink, and her experiences as an inmate in the New York State prison system. She will also share her thoughts on the state of the US criminal justice system, from her perspective as a journalist covering prison-related issues, and program a short set of music.


Drop In Presents Infernal Express 999 with Chris Crash
Saturday, August 27th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
A mix of new + old international rock


In Search of Space: Nik Turner's Birthday!
Friday, August 26th, 4pm - 6pm
on The Flange & Frigate with DJ GeorgyGirl
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)


Dan Morfitt is back!
Friday, August 26th, 3am - 6am
on WFMU Lite with Dan Morfitt

After a Hawaiian hiatus, @danmorfitt is back for WFMU LITE; Friday Morning at 3am for NJ & NY, 8am for UK, and 9am for Central Europe. It's Herb Alpert, Dave Gahan & Chuck D having a slice of cake together. A smidge of pop, a dash of rock & a nugget o'hip-hop. That's the show. Listen back at your leisure to previous escapades here


“We're Outta Sight!!!” presents “How Do You Like THEM Apples? Part One”
Wednesday, August 24th, 10pm - 11pm
on We're Outta Sight!!! with Stu
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
DJ Stu Rutherford spins rock and soul tracks from the Apple Records label. You'll hear a hit song or two but the primary focus here is on deeper cuts. Part two airs August 31st.


David Amram (Manchurian Candidate / Splendor In The Grass / Young Savages)
Tuesday, August 23rd, 8pm - 9pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

David Amram at 91 discusses his unparalleled career as a concert, film and jazz composer, actor, poet, and classical, jazz, folk and world music multi-instrumentalist. His 30 soundtrack credits include John Frankenheimer's "Manchurian Candidate" and "Young Savages" and Elia Kazan's "Splendor In The Grass" and "The Arrangement," a mere sliver of David's incredible accomplishments collaborating with the likes of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Monk, Mingus, Miles, Aaron Copeland, Dylan, Patti Smith and Willie Nelson.


Molly Osberg and New York's new surveillance towers
Monday, August 22nd, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Google's 9-foot-high surveillance towers, called LinkNYC, are being replaced, in some parts of New York, by much taller 32-foot-high towers, called "Link5G." On the next Techtonic, journalist Molly Osberg explains what's going on with the looming Orwellian surveillance poles.


DJ Mr. Giveyourgirlback Guest Hosts!
Sunday, August 21st, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

From RLC-WVPH, DJ Mr. Giveyourgirlback from the Grandslam is bringing you an hour of stargazing and shoegazing


Drop In Presents Todd-o-phonic Todd
Saturday, August 20th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Superhero Todd-o-phonic Todd runs up flights of stairs to deliver an after-party set of wild hi-jinks with pure out-of-breath precision! Will he make it to the top floor after 3 hours of juggling 45s and talking to VIPs? Only one way to find out!


Special Guest: Pete Finney
Saturday, August 20th, 5pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Michael Nesmith’s pedal steel player Pete Finney stepped into Red Rhodes’ shoes with Nez for his Cosmic Partners tour, was a member of his National Band, and a touring member of The Monkees. He’s stopping by Studio G to pay tribute to his friend and bandmate with stories and a special playlist.


Bob Brainen & Pete Tomlinson Present American Music B.T.B. (Before The Beatles)
Saturday, August 20th, 11am - 2pm
on Bob Brainen's show
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Many Music Historians claim that music in the U.S. was a wasteland before the Beatles arrived to save us. We beg to differ and feel that there was plenty of amazing, vital & just-plain-fun music being made of all different types and we'll attempt to prove it.


Author Martin Kelly
Saturday, August 20th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes Martin Kelly co-author of ‘Rickenbacker Guitars - Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fireglo’ which tells the story of the ninety year history of the influential guitar maker.


PBS NewsHour correspondent Simon Ostrovsky
Friday, August 19th, Midnight - 3am
on Sound Landscapes with Sophie

This week on Sound Landscapes PBS NewsHour correspondent Simon Ostrovsky shares some of his favorite tracks he’s picked up over the years covering Ukraine. Simon has travelled there since the 2005 Orange Revolution for a number of outlets including VICE, The New York Times and PBS and will answer callers questions about anything.


Scott W. is in for Fabio today
Thursday, August 18th, 3pm - 6pm
on Scott Williams's show


The 14th Annual Evan "Funk" Davies Show Summertime Disco Dance Party!
Wednesday, August 17th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

“Get Down Today”? “I Love The Daylife”? Maybe you think disco dancing is strictly an evening activity, but Evan “Funk” Davies is going to prove you wrong this year. Tell the boss you need the afternoon off and tune in for three hours of classic dance/disco jams from the mid-'70s to the early '80s!


Touring the Torment Nexus
Monday, August 15th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

As the internet meme has it, Big Tech is building the "Torment Nexus" - the monstrous thing that dystopian sci-fi has warned us, for years, NOT to build. On the next Techtonic, Mark Hurst gives a tour of the Torment Nexus: comparing the warnings issued by past guests with recent, real-world tech news.


DJ Fisk Guest Hosts!
Sunday, August 14th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Berlin based artist and DJ Fisk will guide you through a range of experimental club music and deconstructed beats, with influences from the UK and around the world.


Drop In Presents Rachael
Saturday, August 13th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Experimental filmmaker, animator and photographer Rachael, drops in with a stunning set of women voices.


Special Guest: Whispering Bob Harris
Saturday, August 13th, 5pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Whispering Bob Harris is a legend, from his time hosting The Old Grey Whistle Test, as a founder of Time Out Magazine, and over 50 years as a radio host on BBC2. We're thrilled he'll be joining Gina in Studio G in Nashville to talk about his amazing career and spin records by some of his favorite artists.


Interview with Taylor A. Purdee
Friday, August 12th, 7pm - 9pm
on Acid Jazz Hands with Bronwyn Bishop
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
This week on Acid Jazz Hands, Bronwyn talks to Taylor A. Purdee, writer/director/star of the 2020 musical film Killian & the Comeback Kids. Bronwyn and Taylor discuss how an indie movie musical gets made, their mutual hometown of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and a secret Oscar category that has never been used!


A Special show with music from Roy Harper!
Friday, August 12th, 4pm - 6pm
on The Flange & Frigate with DJ GeorgyGirl
(on Sheena's Jungle Room Stream)


Don Fleming Drops in to Ken's Show
Wednesday, August 10th, 9am - Noon
on Ken's show

Station Manager Ken welcomes musician, producer and archivist extraordinaire Don Fleming to the magic factory to discuss and play gems from his latest musical excursions. Don has worked with everybody from Alice Cooper to the Velvet Monkeys, and has been busy recently curating and protecting the personal archives of Lou Reed, George Harrison, Hunter S Thompson, Ken Kesey and more. Don will be spinning, chatting and taking questions from listeners. The magic happens Wednesday from 930 to 1130am on Ken's show.


James Bridle, author, "Ways of Being"
Monday, August 8th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

How did a slime mold outperform the world's best urban planners? Why is a lawsuit asserting Happy the Elephant's right to leave the Bronx Zoo? Artist and author James Bridle returns to Techtonic to discuss his new book "Ways of Being: Animals, Plants, Machines: The Search for a Planetary Intelligence."


Keegan guest hosts!
Sunday, August 7th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Research suggests that both the void and the vibe are the strongest between the hours of 5 and 6pm on Sunday afternoons in late summer.


Special Guest: Singer-Songwriter, Former Argent Member, Russ Ballard
Sunday, August 7th, 2pm - 4pm
on Atlantic Tunnel with Ed
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Atlantic Tunnel celebrates its 100th Show with an Exclusive Interview with musician and singer-songwriter, Russ Ballard. Former member of The Roulettes, Unit 4+2 and Argent, and successful songwriter for such artists as Kiss, Rainbow, Roger Daltrey, Santana, Hot Chocolate, Colin Blunstone, Lulu, Three Dog Night and many more! Join us as we talk to him about his early days playing with Adam Faith to his new solo adventures.


Interview with Elena Chimaera
Sunday, August 7th, Midnight - 3am
on Radioactivity with Abbie From Mars

Brooklyn-based musician and artist Elena Chimaera joins Abbie From Mars for a conversation. Their album Star was released this past June.


Drop-In Presents DJ Gummie
Saturday, August 6th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
Love won’t save you, money won’t save you. Discipline might! DJ Gummie sticks it to ya!


Interview and live performance from NRBQ
Saturday, August 6th, 11am - 1pm
on Michael Shelley's show

Michael welcomes NRBQ for an interview and set of live music recorded in Montclair, New Jersey at Magic Door Studios. Formed in 1967 and still going strong, the band plays songs from their new lp "Dragnet" and discusses touring, recording, The Beatles, and more!


Dan Wool of Pray For Rain (Mad God / Sid & Nancy)
Tuesday, August 2nd, 8pm - 9pm
on Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins

SF-based composer Dan Wool discusses his latest score for Phil Tippett's 30 years-in-the-making stop-animation masterpiece "Mad God" (soundtrack on Waxwork Records). His 50+ film, documentary and tv credits begin as leader of soundtrack band Pray For Rain scoring seven of Alex Cox's films starting with Sid & Nancy and Straight To Hell, and Abbe Wool's Roadside Prophets, Dan sang and guitared for early 80's St. Louis punk band The Strikers.


"What now?"
Monday, August 1st, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Since Congress may not act to curb Big Tech's power, we have to ask: "What now?" and look for ways to live in a society dominated by monstrous tech companies. Mark Hurst has some suggestions on the next Techtonic.


DJ Domenica is back again to guest host!
Sunday, July 31st, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

This time with a mix of sultry after hours florid and humid electronics.


Drop-In Presents Chili MacPagoda
Saturday, July 30th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
A global plague motivates people towards an interesting & unintended effect in the public airwaves. Upending the idea of “radio” with transmitting their favorite sounds, by whatever means at the ready. An ode to micro-broadcasting/pirate radio and the dj’s who produced an alternate means of survival.


Are We There Yet? The 2nd Annual Double Dip Recess Family Road Trip Special.
Saturday, July 30th, 9am - 11am
on Double-Dip Recess with Roger

Distract yourselves on that long trip by listening to songs about cars, travel, vacations, snacks, car games and pee breaks.


Guest DJ set by TV Priest
Friday, July 29th, 9pm - Midnight
on Mona's show

London band TV Priest are doing a guest DJ set and interview on Mona Til Midnight this week in support of their new album My Other People on Sub Pop.


Rory Sullivan-Burke, author of The Light Pours Out Of Me: The Authorized Biography of John McGeoch
Wednesday, July 27th, Noon - 3pm
on The Evan "Funk" Davies Show

From Magazine to Visage to Siouxsie & the Banshees to Public Image Limited, John McGeoch’s guitar sound defined the post-punk era and beyond. Author Rory Sullivan-Burke has written a compelling biography of this brilliant musician, which includes insights from family, bandmates, and noted musicians influenced by his work. Tune in for a discussion of the book and a healthy serving of music featuring McGeoch.


Paris Marx, author, "Road to Nowhere"
Monday, July 25th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Author Paris Marx discusses his new book "Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation." From the broken promises of Uber to the dirty secret of electric vehicles, the interview reveals why we need to resist the techno-billionaires and their dystopian dreams.


Slic guest hosts!
Sunday, July 24th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Slic mines the NYC scene (and beyond) for cute hooks and evil rhythms


Robyn Hitchcock live in Studio G!
Saturday, July 23rd, 5pm - 7pm
on Someday Matinee with Gina Bacon
(on Give the Drummer Radio stream)
Robyn Hitchcock is a musician, guitar player, surrealist poet and artist who loves cats and cheese, among other things. He'll joining Gina live in her home studio to play a few songs, have a chat, plus share news of this week’s big announcement…and more!


Barry Louis Polisar interview
Saturday, July 23rd, 9am - 11am
on Double-Dip Recess with Roger

This week Roger interviews the one-man symphony of comic anarchy. Barry Louis Polisar, (most well known for his Grammy winning song All I Want is You in the opening credits of the Academy Award winning movie Juno.) He and Roger talk about why FROG and YARD don't rhyme, why you should never cook your baby sister in a frying pan, and why he has been censored by school boards.


John Schnall’s Midnight Matinee: Twinkle, Twinkle, “Killer” Cale
Saturday, July 23rd, Midnight - 3am
on Inflatable Squirrel Carcass with Rich Hazelton

At the stroke of midnight on Saturday, July 23, John Schnall’s Midnight Matinee presents: Twinkle, Twinkle, “Killer” Cale. The music of John Cale merged with Exorcist author William Peter Blatty’s The Ninth Configuration into a meditation on madness, dog Shakespeare, religion, Hell’s Angels of Troy, and selenophobia (go ahead and google it). All for you, dear listener, all for you. Saturday, July 23, 12 am – 1 am (Friday overnight) on RIch Hazelton’s Inflatable Squirrel Carcass.


Special guest Ajay Saggar
Tuesday, July 19th, 3pm - 6pm
on Spin Age Blasters with Creamo Coyl

This week Creamo welcomes a live-in-studio guest —Amsterdam's favorite son, Ajay Saggar. You may recognize Ajay's name from the chat boards, but you should definitely recognize it as the prime mover in bands such as King Champion Sounds, Bhajan Boy, Deutsche Ashram, Donkey, University Challenged, Dandelion Adventure and more. Not to mention being a sound engineer for Dinosaur Jr., The Fall and other luminaries. We'll jaw with Ajay and play a selection of his many musical projects.


Ian Nagoski interview
Monday, July 18th, 8pm - 9pm
on Vocal Fry with Dan Bodah

Ian Nagoski runs Canary Records, where he reissues a wealth of stunning music, mostly from 78 discs of musicians from the Ottoman Diaspora. He recently published a book and CD companion called I Am Servant of Your Voice, a biography of Zabelle Panosian, an Armenian-American soprano who recorded a gorgeous handful of music at the Woolworth Building in 1917 and 1918. Nagoski will be at Jalopy in Brooklyn to give a talk about Zabelle on July 23rd.


Ben Tarnoff, author, "Internet for the People"
Monday, July 18th, 6pm - 7pm
on Techtonic with Mark Hurst

Author Ben Tarnoff returns to Techtonic to discuss his book "Internet for the People" - about how the "pipes and platforms" online have been taken over by unethical corporations, and how we can achieve a healthier, more democratic internet.


DJ Mofongo Massacre returns to guest host!
Sunday, July 17th, 5pm - 6pm
on Radio Row

Bringing more raw tunes from all over the world, spanning everything from Bomba to Black Metal.


Drop-In Presents DJ SCOTTY67

Saturday, July 16th, 6pm - 7pm
on Drop-In
(on Rock'n'Soul Radio stream)
SCOTTY67 all the way from Australia blasts up to the Drop-In on his ALL OZ ROCKitt ship of primo Aussie Rock+ Punk!



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