I don’t really want to turn PopCult into a blog where I just complain non-stop about having Myasthenia Gravis, but I had a pretty bad weekend dealing with my chronic auto-immune disorder, so Tuesday on The AIR I once again play Dr. Frankenstein and stitch together an episode of Radio Free Charleston volume 4 and Radio Free Charleston International to make a brand-new three hour episode of RFC V5. Both of the original shows are from 2016, and neither has been heard by anyone for over five years.
It’s an interesting artifact, and it’s still jam-packed with three hours of great local and non-local music. You simply have to point your cursor over and tune in at the website, or you could just stay on this page, and listen to the cool embedded player that you can find elsewhere on this page.
At 10 AM and 10 PM you can hear this compilation of RFC volume 4, episode 6 and RFC International episode 24. Instead of just running these shows back to back, I interwove them to seem more like the current format of the show and recorded a new intro explaining what’s going on. Some of the announcing may seem a bit choppy as I excised irrelevant bits to slash four hours down to three. You may hear some references to shows that are no longer on The AIR. Both shows were loaded with good music, and I think my monster of a playlist is pretty impressive now that, it’s alive….ALIVE!
Ironically, the episode of RFC volume 4 that I feature here has me taking it easy because my voice was shot. Further proof that, even when I’m not feeling well, I’ll still endeavor to bring you a new (ish) show each week.
Since I’m having such a bad time with MG that I’m recycling entire paragraphs from the last time I had to do this there are no links to the artist’s websites below. Feel free to use the Google, or search this blog, if you really, really want to find out more about the music on the show.
Just check out this playlist…
RFC V5 095
John Radcliff “Muse”
Todd Burge “Longer”
The Nanker Phelge “I’m Coming Home”
Kevin Scarbrough “Divorce”
The Company Stores “Rollin’ In”
Bud Carroll “I’m No Stranger”
Mark Bates and the Vacancies “Spiral Down”
Depeche Mode “Enjoy The Slience”
Elvis Costello “The Other Side of Summer”
The Who “Long Live Rock”
Richard Hell and the Voidoids “Blank Generation”
John Palumbo “Walk On The Wild Side”
Scarlet Hill “Where is Your Heart Tonight”
Under Surveillance “More Than Words”
Pretty and Twisted “Dear Marlon Brando”
Parov Stelar “Chambermaid Swing”
Regina Spektor “Small Bills”
Robyn Hitchcock “Let Me Roll It”
Astromoth “Paranoia Swing, Swing”
John Lancaster “Water Under A Burning Bridge”
Stone Ka Tet “Patton’s Blues”
Science of the Mind “Kaoss”
Stark Raven “Every Time You Say Goodbye”
The Aquabats “The Baker”
Kate Bush “Sexual Healing”
Jordan Andrew Jefferson “Borderline”
Jordan Andrew Jefferson “Goodbye Hello Goodnight”
Cheap Trick “The Dream Police”
Sheldon Vance “Strength To Let It Go”
The Laser Beams “Everybody Knows”
QiET “The Indie Song”
John Palumbo “Dancing Back To Motown”
Dave Roberts “Dreaming In Drift”
From The Future “Cool Taco”
Neil Zaza “Take On Me”
Decomposing in Paris “He Loves Me”
Ouralias “Too Gone”
No Doubt “Tragic Kingdom”
You can hear this episode of Radio Free Charleston Tuesday at 10 AM and 10 PM on The AIR, with replays Wednesday at 9 AM, Thursday at 3 PM, Friday at 9 AM, Saturday at Noon and Midnight, and Monday at 11 AM, exclusively on The AIR. Now you can also hear a different episode of RFC every weekday at 5 PM, and we bring you a marathon all night long Saturday night/Sunday morning.
I’m also going to embed a low-fi, mono version of this show right in this post, right here so you can listen on demand.
After RFC, stick around for two hours of of MIRRORBALL at 1 PM. At 3 PM we have two recent episodes of The Swing Shift. Tomorrow I hope to share some great new Kickstarter campaigns with you.
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