For our final 2014 edition of Radio Free Charleston on New Appalachian Radio, we bring you two full hours of local and regional music. There is no second-hour theme this week, but we do have a guest, my wife, Melanie Larch, who happened to be home while I was recording this episode, so it was handy to have her chime in.
Update: You can listen to this show now in the Voices of Appalachia archive HERE.
You can listen to Radio Free Charleston’s new audio incarnation streaming at 10 AM and 10 PM on Tuesdays (and again at midnight Thursday and 2 AM Saturday night) at New Appalachian Radio, part of Voices of Appalachia. If you miss it, check our the archives for previously-aired shows.
Melanie adds her commentary on some of our musical guests, like David Synn (who opens the show), Lady D and Company Stores. Our show runs the gamut this week from music that has just been released to some vintage Hasil Adkins from the archives. We cover metal, progressive, soul, rap, rock, pop and more in this two-hour blast of pure RFC goodness. Since we don’t have a theme this week, we’re just going to post the entire playlist, as is.
RFC Playlist Week Eight:
David Synn “Battle of Anihilation”
John Lancaster “Phantom Moon”
Black Cross Brotherhood “Megido”
Bobaflex “I’m Glad You’re Dead”
Lady D “Higher”
Spurgie Hankins Band “Dirty Rule”
Donny Iris “River of Love”
Company Stores “Rise”
The Boatmen “Heartbreak Hangover”
Joe Vallina “Year of the Wicked”
John Radcliff “Hanging On”
Foz Rotten “Funklips”
South Park Enterprise “Next Level”
Miniature Giant “Wendigo”
The Monsoon Band “Don’t Cry
The Horse Traders “Southbound 65”
Ona “Sleep Rinse Repeat”
Ghosts of Now “Alaska Looks Like Arizona”
Karma To Burn “Waltz of the Playboy Pallbearer”
Granny’s 12 Gauge “Full Speed Ahead”
Hasil Adkins “Roll Roll Train”
The Nanker Phelge “Killer Took A Holiday”
Crack The Sky “Robots For Ronnie”
The Jasons “We’re Going To Manhatten”
Joseph Hale “Time”