NAR log 106It’s a rerun of sorts with this week’s Radio Free Charleston at New Appalachian Radio. As you already know if you read PopCult yesterday, a computer crash happened at a very bad time, so there is no RFC MINI SHOW this week, and we were also unable to finish our very special streaming tribute show to the late Tom Medvick. Both of those shows will wing their way to you next week.

You can listen to Radio Free Charleston’s streaming radio incarnation at 10 AM and 10 PM on Tuesdays (and again at midnight Thursday) at New Appalachian Radio, part of Voices of Appalachia. If you miss it, check our the archives for previously-aired shows. You can also listen to Radio Free Charleston Saturday at Midnight. Saturday, RFC airs for six hours, starting at midnight.

So this week at New Appalachian Radio you will get to hear the first two streaming episodes of Radio Free Charleston combined into one, two-hour block. You may recall that our first two shows were only an hour long each, so this way you can enjoy them all in one tasty bunch.

This was back when I was still pretending to call the show “Radio Free Charleston: Volume Three,” and we didn’t have a theme hour because we only had one hour.

Our first hour is basically a primer on the history of Radio Free Charleston. We kick it off with the very first local song I played on RFC back in 1989, and each segment has a theme of sorts.

The Hour One Playlist:

The Haze

The Haze

Hasil Adkins–“Big Red Satellite”
The Amazing Delores–“Love Magic”

Go Van Gogh–“Shut Up, I Love You”
Three Bodies–“Shingles and Tar”
Blue Million–“Lazy Bones”
Mad Scientist Club–“Save The Whales”

Strawfyssh–“Graveyard Shift”
Crazy Jane–“Echo of a Season”
Mother Nang–“Knee Deep In Wine”
Todd Burge–“Crawl Like Babies Do”

Ghosts of Now–“Deathburn”
Ovada–“Church of Paranoia”
Melanie Larch–“Ave Maria”
Panucci Brothers–“Dancing Midget Spider-man Fantasia”

The Renfields–“Machete a Go Go”

Hour Two Playlist:

Paul Calicoat — “American Pirate”
Pepper Fandango — “Scotch Whiskey”

dog Soldier — “Blanket”
Whitechapel District — “How Heavy Is Thy Crown”
The Liquid Canvas — “Spirit Molecule”
HarraH — “CODA (I Gotta Get Out Of Here)”

The album with "Sanjula's Junk."

The album with “Sanjula’s Junk.”

Hellblinki — “Sanjula’s Junk”
Flare Baroshi — “Vampire Mafia”
Under Surveillance — “Pictures of You”
Unknown Hinson — “Ugly Things”

Time And Distance — “There is Nothing I hate More Than The DMV”
The Big Bad — “Shine The Signal”
The Renfields — “Ramones Zombie Massacre”
The Science Fair Explosion — “Cosmic Girls”

There you have it. Our first rerun episode, and the first two episodes of the show from November, 2014. We will return with our tribute to Tommy Medvick next week.