The PopCulteer
October 15, 2021

Your PopCulteer is tied up with magazine work again today, so all I got for you is the notes on Friday’s new episode of MIRRORBALL, on The AIR.

Friday afternoon we offer up a new episode of MIRRORBALL and encore a recent Sydney’s Big Electric Cat. The AIR is PopCult‘s sister radio station. You can hear these shows on The AIR website, or just click on the embedded player at the top right column of this blog.

At 2 PM, Mel Larch uncorks a new MIRRORBALL! The AIR’s showcase of classic Disco music presents a solid hour of some of the danciest hits of the classic disco era. It’s a great show, and I’m just going to drop the playlist right here…


The Trammps “The Night The Lights Went Out”
Lace “Can’t Play Around”
Blue Magic “Look Me Up”
Stargard “Wear It Out”
George McCrae “Love In Motion”
Mass Production “Love You”
Norma Jean Wright “Sorcerer”
The Undisputed Truth “You + Me = Love”
Janice McClain “Smack Dab In The Middle”

You can hear MIRRORBALL every Friday at 2 PM, with replays Saturday at  8 PM, Sunday at 11 PM, Tuesday at 1 PM and Wednesday at 7 PM, exclusively on The AIR.  This week’s new MIRRORBALL will kick off our weekly Disco Marathon Saturday night running from 9 PM until Midnight.

At 3 PM, Sydney Fileen graces us with an encore of an episode of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat devoted to the quintessential hits of the New Wave era.

Sydney’s Big Electric Cat is produced at Haversham Recording Institute in London, and can be heard every Friday at 3 PM, with replays Saturday afternoon, Monday at 7 AM, Tuesday at 8 PM, Wednesday at Noon and Thursday at 10 AM, exclusively on The AIR. The Haversham shows will return with new episodes next week. YAY!

You can also hear select episodes of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat as part of the Sunday morning and afternoon Haversham showcases, which begin at 9 AM with Psychedelic Shack, and include double shots of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat and Prognosis.

And that is all I got for this week’s PopCulteer. I will be in full PopCult mode next week, with new radio shows, book reviews and maybe even more. This week, thanks for bearing with me while paying work beckoned.