If you use the word “psychobilly”, most people develop a blank expression as though you’ve asked a dog to do calculus. In Chinese. To avoid this expression, tune into Psycho Radio each week and you’ll find out all about the mutant hybrid of rockabilly, punk rock, death and danger that has fiercely survived deep in the underground for over thirty years. Psycho Radio comes at you each Monday with an hour of furious psychobilly that may melt your headphones and make your speakers kick the bucket.
“Good Rockin’ Tonight” was one of the very first rock and roll songs recorded by Elvis Presley at Sun Records in Memphis, the birthplace of rock and roll. Throughout the years, this classic has been recorded countless times by an all-star cavalcade of rockers, keeping the ideals of rock and roll alive. On each episode of Good Rockin’ Tonight, we celebrate original rock and roll in all its greasy forms from original rockabilly to rockabilly revival, neo-rockabilly, rhythm and blues, and even the occasional foray into the garage. Get your toes tapping and your knees shaking every Thursday with Good Rockin’ Tonight.
Before there was rock, there was hillbilly music. Before electric guitars, drum machines, and AutoTune, there were fiddles, lap steel and voices built on pure heartache. Setting The Woods On Fire rewinds the clock and brings you country music the way your grandpa liked it. Twangy. Heartfelt. Real. On the second Friday of each month, DJs Shameless Amos and “Dirty” Dan Dynamite bring you music from the first hillbillies to be recorded on magnetic tape to those who keep the flame of twang alive today.
“The darkness of death is like the evening twilight; it makes all objects appear more lovely to the dying.”
The loveliness of death is the subject of Step Into My Coffin. From gothabilly and its moody yet toe-tapping swing to horror punk and its fierce acceptance of the darkness, the final Friday of each month is when we take a trip into the darkest recesses of the mind.
If you’re looking for a wild show, look no further! The first Saturday of each month is the home of The Saturday Night Huckabuck, which features rock and roll in all its most wild and primitive forms, from rhythm and blues to proto-garage, jump blues and the roughest, greasiest rockabilly of all time! Get ready to howl with the Huckabuck!