We are changing things up with the Monday schedule on The AIR this week. Psychedelic Shack, which has been sharing its Tuesday timeslot with NOISE BRIGADE for over a year now, returns to weekly status and moves to Monday as the lead-in to Prognosis. The Monday Marathon moves to a nighttime spot, and we’re switching stuff around all over the place. You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on the embedded radio player at the top of the right-hand column of this blog.
With our Haversham Recording Institute shows back in production in London, we have decided to move Nigel Pye’s Psychedelic Shack to Monday at 2 PM, right before Herman Linte’s Prognosis. The shows compliment each other well, and Nigel has even guest-hosted Prognosis in the past.
Starting today, We’ll have our usual replay of last Friday’s new Big Electric Cat at 7 AM. That will be followed a replay of MIRRORBALL at 9 AM, Curtain Call at 10 AM and Radio Free Charleston at 11 AM.
Then at 2 PM we debut a new episode of Nigel Pye’s Psychedelic Shack, bringing you the trippiest music on the planet. This showcase of psychedelc music moves to Mondays going forward. In the old Tuesday Timeslot, Steven Allen Adams’ NOISE BRIGADE will now alternate weeks with classic episodes of Dexter Checkers’ Ska Madness. Nigel has a pretty wild show for us this week, just look…
Psychedelic Shack 041
Dukes of Stratosphear “25 O’Clock”
Josefus “Dead Man”
T2 “No More White Horses”
Room “Cemetery Junction”
Fun Of It “Bluesy Death”
Redbone “Chant: 13th Hour”
Troyka “Early6 Morning:
Psychedelic Shack can now be heard every Monday at 2 PM, with a lot of replays throughout the week. We haven’t settled on exactly when, but we will keep you posted.
Stick around, because we have Herman Linte and Prognosis with an ALL NEW episode at 3 PM. This is a killer show, just check out the playlist…
Steven Wilson “Eminent Sleaze”
Transatlantic “The World We Used To Know”
Guranfoe “Night’s First Light”
Evership “Isle of the Broken Trees”
John Frusciante “Pleasure Explanation”
Marc Almond “The Stars We Are”
Jethro Tull “Black Satin Dancer”
Liquid Tension Experiment “Key to the Imagination”
Simon Collins “I Will Be Waiting”
Tears For Fears “Power”
Panoply “Five Steps To Nowhere”
Touch “Swan Song”
Rick Wakeman “The Prisoner”
Pallas “Ark of Infinity”
Moana “Smoke That Mirrors”
Steve Hillage “Water Trip”
Due to the lockdown in the UK, the Haversham Recording Institute programs has been in rerun mode Since February, and it’s a treat to have them back..
You can hear Prognosis on The AIR Monday at 3 PM, with replays Tuesday at 7 AM, Wednesday at 8 PM, Thursday at Noon, Saturday at 10 AM and a double-shot of classic episodes Sunday at 2 PM.
And if you enjoyed The Monday Marathon, stick around because at 7 PM it kicks off with 12 full hours of Beatles Blast, to celebrate its new evening and overnight timeslot. The Haversham overnight marathon will now move to Sunday morning and afternoons.
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