In The Red Radio is hosted by In The Red Records’ founder Larry Hardy. Once a month he presents an audio avalanche of the best, wildest and weirdest in garage, punk, post-punk and all manner of eccentric rock & roll music.
Outside the Dial
Mid-late 1960's garage nuggets, pebbles & Grains of Sand. Formerly, BackTracks AM Radio. Switched format on 7/26/2009.
Best 60/70s oldies Music you've never Heard/We don't play the hits either/GARAGE/BRITISH/PSYCH/
Check out Garage 71 Radio Station geared to all 'motorheads' alike. This station covers all your Rockabilly favorites to wrench bending Garage Rock. Tune in to our feature shows including: RoadKill Side Show, the Witching Hou
Playing female-fronted Rock, Punk, Alternative and Metal tracks, with a dash of Electronica and Pop Oddities thrown in. Think L7, Fuzzbox, Plasmatics, Veruca Salt, Shakespears Sister, Blondie, Dresden Dolls, Hole, Transvision Vamp, Bif Naked....
Tracks you are unlikely to hear anywhere else. They are WAY OFF THE GRID
Garage, punk & psychedelia from the last five decades. Take this, brother, may it serve you well.
A LOOK FROM BELOW AT THE UNDERBELLY OF MUSIC... (e.g. Hank Sr.;Social Distortion;Johnny Cash;Forgotten Rebels;Hank III;Wayne Hancock;Black Flag;Yellow Plastic Bucket;Stompin' Tom;Stranglers; Specials;Those Darlins;Louvin Brothers;The Nils;Mr Stiff)
Like a gutterball to the ears since 2004. For more, visit https://www.facebook.com/atomicradio77
Music for your Shop
One genre of music is NOT enough. Rock, Pop (including Boyband), Alternative, Metal, R&B, Soul, Punk, and more is what you will hear on this station. From artists that are known to unknown, well-represented to under-represented, we play it ALL!
Customer Support Pro Talk Demo Station
The best of seven decades of melodic rock 'n roll from across the planet
Psychedelic FM plays a mindbending mix of Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Progressive Rock, Acid Rock, Stoner Rock and Blues Rock Music (1960s-2010s) *** Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! ***
Spinning the Future, Digging the Past