This week, our Tuesday schedule on The AIR , PopCult’s adjunct radio station, only offers up one new show. We have a new episode of Radio Free Charleston, bringing you yet another hour of terrific local music. You can hear it if you zip on over and tune in at the website, or you could just take the easy route, and  listen to this embedded radio player…

The new RFC kicks off at 10 AM (with a replay at 10 PM– all times EDT) with a brand-new episode. . This week’s show is once-again loaded with great local music by some of the Charleston area’s finest musical artistes. We open the show with new music from Emmalea Deal, and continue with great stuff from The Cannon Sodaro Band, Todd Burge, Kevin Scarbrough, Time And Distance and more.

You should be able to click on the episode number above the playlist that follows, and go to a page where you can download and/or listen to a low-res version of this week’s show.

Check out the playlist:


Emmalea Deal “Queen”
Adam Cox “Free And Independent State”
Cannon Sodaro Band “Hard Times”
Todd Burge “The Cheerleader”
Cast of Paradise Park “Something For Nothing”
Jonathan Mason “Killing Me, Ohio”
William Matheny “Tonight and Every Night From Now On”
Farnsworth “Roll Me Up”
Geronimo “Once My Home”
Time And Distance “Cooperfield”
Kevin Scarbrough “Salamander Man”
Axis Everything “Timedog”
Blame The Day “Breathe”
Seven Minutes To Midnight “Hey John I Did Imagine”
Tim Truman “Ballad of Oscar Wilde”

Radio Free Charleston can be heard Tuesday at 10 AM and 10 PM, with replays Thursday at 2 PM, Friday at 9 AM and 7 PM, Saturday at 11 AM and Midnight, Sunday at 1 PM and the next Monday at 8PM, exclusively on The AIR.

The rest of our schedule on Tuesday, and for the rest of the week, will be filled with encore episodes of our regular shows. The Haversham Recording Institute in London is shutting down for a couple of weeks of holiday in Spain, following a grueling schedule of engineering for Wimbledon. With yours truly still a bit under the weather, I decided that The Swing Shift, which I host, and Curtain Call, which I produce for Mel Larch, can take the week off as well.

Thursday and Friday this week, The AIR will present two days of Sydney’s Big Electric Cat, in honor of our New Wave program’s presenter, Sydney Fileen, who will be celebrating an unnamed milestone birthday on an unnamed beach in Spain. We’ll remind you of that on Thursday.