Radio Free Charleston and The Swing Shift are new today on The AIR. You can tune in at The AIR website, or just listen on this little embedded radio doohickey…

At 10 AM and 10 PM our latest Radio Free Charleston Opens with a new track from Speedsuit, then dives headfirst into the archives with classic tunes by The BrotherSisters, Docotr Steamly, John Inghram’s Slugfest and more. Check out the playlist below…


Speedsuit “Gwendoline”
John Inghram “Gospel”
Under Social “Away”
Tape Age “The Hanged Man”
Superfetch “Quirky Bubbles”
Bud Carroll “Made To Last”
Bongwater “Schmoozedance”
Doctor Steamly “A Lab Near Arkham”
The BrotherSisters “Damn The Torpedoes”
Sasha Colette “Victory”
Total Meltdown “Wish You Were Here”
Sheldon Vance “Watch It Burn”
Feast of Stephen “Superfund”

Radio Free Charleston can be heard Tuesday at 10 AM and 10 PM, with replays Thursday at 2 PM, Friday at 8 PM and Saturday at 11 AM and Midnight, exclusively on The AIR.

At 3 PM stick around on The AIR for a new hour of The Swing Shift, continuing our mission to bring you the best Swing music from the last century. This week we bring you a mix of classic Big Band era music, retro Swing and brand new Swing tunes. Here’s the playlist for this epic swingin’ hour…

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Krystal Jyl and the Jacks “Drop Me A Line”
Big Papa and the TCB “Get Yo Self Together”
Glenn Miller “In The Mood”
Felix Slovaceck “When You Tell Me That You Love Me”
Tape Five “A Cool Cat’s In Town”
Squirrel Nut Zippers “Interlocutor”
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies “Zoot Suit Riot”
Tony Pastor “Just For Kicks”
Django Reinhardt “Daphne”
Emerson Lake and Palmer “Maple Leaf Rag”
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy “Mr. Pinstripe Suit”
Dean Martin “Sway”
Sugarpie and the Candymen “Lithium”
Sara Lugo and Jazzrausch Bigband “The One”
Benny Goodman “Rock Rimmon”
Frank Sinatra “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”
The Rosenberg Trio “It Don’t Mean A Thing”

You can hear The Swing Shift Tuesday at 3 PM, with replays Wednesday at 9 AM, Thursday at 7 PM and Saturday at 9 AM, only on The AIR. You can also hear all-night marathons, seven hours each, starting at Midnight Thursday and Sunday evenings.