Best 60/70s oldies Music you've never Heard/We don't play the hits either/GARAGE/BRITISH/PSYCH/
Mid-late 1960's garage nuggets, pebbles & Grains of Sand. Formerly, BackTracks AM Radio. Switched format on 7/26/2009.
Pour yourself a pint, sit back and listen. A mix of old pop favorites, with a bit of indie power pop thrown in for good measure. So, grab a corner booth and enjoy!
Auditory Hallucinations: A psychedelic journey. Is it tomorrow or just the end of time?
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! ***
Pop, Psychedelic, and a sprinkling of Motown from the years 1965-1970. You'll get hits, misses, garage bands, Bubblegum, Motown, and everything in between. RARE MONO single versions, and RARE LIVE tracks from the artists in their prime...
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.
Psychedelic garage mod pop underground sound from 60's to now from around the world
The best of seven decades of melodic rock 'n roll from across the planet
Playing Now: Who, Thin Lizzy, Hendrix, Classic Rock, Ramones, Kinks, Small Faces, Humble Pie, Psychedelic, Caravan, Rory Gallagher, Free, Rush, Hard Rock, Foo Fighters, Elf, Garage, Tomorrow, Atomic Rooster, Motors, Vagrants, Tommy Bolin. Sex Pistols
Outside the Dial
Featuring songs of rock, blues, and soul recording artists widely covered over the years by working musicians, plus some unique garage band music and great album cuts for musicheads everywhere.
Blues Rock Time!
Groovy Psychedelic 60's. The best of the known and unknown in America and Britain. Trip the light fantastic baby with the Dead, Kinks, The Seeds, and Mystery Trend amongst other weirdos.
Eclectic collection of awesome tracks.
A healthy dose of great Progressive/Art Rock and lots of stuff that Progs would like on the fringes.