We’re bringing you Monday and Tuesday’s schedule together this week so that you can plan your entire life around our line up of fine programming on our internet radio station, The AIR. You can listen at the website, or on this embedded radio player…
We have our usual excellent line up of shows on Monday, headlined by a brand-new edition of Marking Out with Betty Rock and the returning Matt BelVillain discussing professional wrestling. Marking Out can be heard at 5 PM Monday, with replays Wednesday and Sunday.
Tuesday at 10 AM and 10 PM we offer up a brand new episode of Radio Free Charleston.
The morning airing is followed by three more hours of fantastic local music as we bring you three recent episodes of Radio Free Charleston. The night-time airing is followed by last week’s Radio Free Charleston International.
We’ve been posting the schedules for multiple days of programming on The AIR so that we don’t keep clogging up PopCult with posts about the coolest internet radio station on the planet. Nobody wants a clogged blog, and we plan to bring you more reviews than ever, starting eventually, maybe even today!
It’s an exciting time here at PopCult while we pretend to be doing new and exciting things instead of just coasting while we galavant around the world, visiting cool places and not caring a bit about things back home.
Uh, yeah, that’s not us at all. Notes on the schedules you see posted: Instead of Six Degrees of Separation Monday, we will be re-broadcasting our live Go Van Gogh music special by popular demand. Also by popular demand, The Life Speaks Eclipse Special from last Monday will be replayed this Monday at 1 PM.
Radio Free Charleston will be new this week, with brand-new tunes from Byzantine, Bobaflex and more, but as I type this, the show has not yet been recorded, so I can’t exactly give you a playlist, now can I?
Monday afternoon look to PopCult for a review of the second issue of Forbidden Gallery, along with information how you can get your grubby little mitts on a copy for your own self.
It’s a really cool, exciting time to be alive, if you don’t mind all that awful stuff that’s happening in the corridors of power.