Tuesday 9 06It’s time yet again for the Tuesday line-up on The AIR, with fresh installments of Radio Free Charleston and Radio Coolsville, and special encores of The RFC Interview with David Synn and  Six Degrees of Separation featuring Johnny Compton, plus we have an encore of Radio Free Charleston International before it moves to its new timeslot, Thursdays at 3 PM.

As is always the case, you can tune in at The AIR website or on this special little embedded radio player widget…

It all kicks off at 10 AM with a brand new Radio Free Charleston, opening with a new tune from Hurl Brickbat, and continuing with an impressive line-up of fantastic local music. We have a replay at 10 PM, so you can listen a second time! Just check out the playlist:


Hurl Brickbat  “World On Fire”
Crazy Jane  “Seven”
Kerry Hughes  “Abe Vigoda”
Todd Burge  “Looking For My Nuts”
Sheldon Vance  “1000 Miles”
The Big Bad  “Luna Rage”
Harrah  “Idiocracy”
TriElement  “Bitchin’ Hitch”
DEVO  “Ono”
Mark Beckner  “Sad Delilah”
Stark Raven  “There’s More To Life Than This”
Qiet  “So What Anyway”
Ann Magnuson  “Cynical Girl”
Lost Swimmer  “Forget Regret”
The Irreplaceables  “November 1st”
Sly Roosevelt  “Hopscotch”

At 3 PM, DJ Betty Rock regales us with another new-toThe-AIR, two hour blast of the coolest music on the planet, as Radio Coolsville comes to The AIR via WMUL in Huntington. At 5 PM we offer up a replay of last week’s Radio Coolsville, so you can enjoy four hours of Coolsville coolness.

At 7 PM we re-present The RFC Interview with David Synn, and at 8 PM it’s Six Degrees of Separation with Johnny Compton, recorded at The Empty Glass. This week’s RFC replays at 10 PM and at 11 it’s Radio Free Charleston International, opening with local band, The Irreplaceables.

Overnight you can enjoy a mini-marathon of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat, repeating part of our popular Labor Day New Wave Music marathon. That starts at 1 AM.