Sideways With A Badger
Sep28

Sideways With A Badger

Another bag load of classic tracks from the fifties to the naughties!  Retro [ˈre-(ˌ)trō] derives from the Latin prefix retro, meaning “backwards, or in past times” – particularly as seen in the words retrograde, implying a movement toward the past instead of a progress toward the future, and retrospective, referring to a nostalgic (or critical) eye toward the past. Style that is consciously derivative or imitative of trends, modes, fashions, or attitudes of the recent past. It generally implies a vintage of at least fifteen or twenty years.  Each week, Chris Munday delivers another ‘dose’ of his world-famous show of Retro, Punk, New Wave, Blues & Glam rock. Blowing the dust of the vinyl, cassette & 8-tracks he brings you some of the classic tracks you’d forgotten that you loved. The concept for the show is simple, it’s all about raiding the 20th Century, looking for those tracks that you’d forgotten that you’s loved and on the way taking time out to take a look at the roots of the music and rock pedigrees that made them possible! For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! More...

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Special thanks to Pete Naughton…
Nov03

Special thanks to Pete Naughton…

…from The UK Daily Telegraph for rating andHow.FM as a recommended listen & one of the “best internet radio stations“ in the...

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The Waiting Room
May17

The Waiting Room

Expect music, blather, chaos & cheek. Cheeky [ˈtʃiːki] – impudent or irreverent, typically in an amusing way. The Waiting Room, hosted by verbal miscreants & professional amateurs Drunk Country (DC) & “The Woman of The House” (aka TWoTH), is a new music/non-sequitur radio show based out of Cardiff, Wales. Discovering 2hrs of new music on your behalf every week since 2006, TWR delivers bands, live sessions, interviews, & nonsensical jibber-jabber at an alarming rate.  Formerly of WOXY.com. For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! Cloudcasts by The Waiting Room on...

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Juke In The Back
Sep28

Juke In The Back

The records that you couldn’t hear on the jukebox in the front of the establishment… At the end of the Second World War, economics forced the big bands to trim their once great size and thus, the Jump Blues combo was born. Between 1946-1954, rhythm and blues laid the tracks for what was to become Rock n’ Roll. So how come, nearly 70 years later, this vibrant and influential music is still so unknown to so many? Matt The Cat is going to change that with the radio program, “Juke In The Back.” These were the records that you couldn’t hear on the jukebox in the front of the establishment. To hear all this great ’40s & ’50s rhythm & blues, you had to go to the “Juke In The Back.” For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! Juke In The Back Matt The Cat presents the soul that came before rock n’ roll: 1950s rhythm and blues. Each week, this underrated and rollicking music plays on that old Rockola Jukebox in the back. Episode #368 – Big Jay McNeely Air Week: May 22-28, 2017 Big Jay McNeely  The juke is jumpin’ this week with some of the wildest, craziest and most gloriously blistering honking sax records of all-time by the master, Big Jay McNeely. Not only will Matt The Cat spin Big Jay’s greatest sides, but he’ll also be talking to the man behind the sax as Big Jay tells his own story in his own words. From the shuffle fire of “Deacon’s Hop,” a number one R&B smash from 1949 to the crazed “3-D,” “Mule Milk” and “The Goof,” Jay’s best instrumentals will be highlighted. McNeely was also successful with a few vocal records like the pop crossover success of 1959’s “There Is Something On Your Mind” with Little Sonny on vocals and his early ’50s singles with his vocal group, Three Dots And A Dash, which included a very young Jesse Belvin and Mercy Dee. Don’t miss Matt The Cat’s interview with Big Jay McNeely and the birth of rock n’ roll on this week’s “Juke In the Back.”. LISTEN BELOW Juke In The Back: Demo The Show   Click below to hear a demo episode of “Juke In The...

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Reverend Aquaman
Feb18

Reverend Aquaman

An irregularly broadcast radio show (e.g. when a regularly scheduled show is not airing) from the man who started it all, Reverend Aquaman putting some soul in your ear hole for over 30 years. Everyday preaching to the masses as station manager & music director for andHow.FM;  he will be bringing it to you live from the andHow.FM Studio Bunker in New Zealand with a hand-crafted, eclectic, music playlist!  An always unscripted & entertaining parade of the local flora and fauna, as random guests bringing you tidbits of Antipodean/Texan culture and music…or occasionally the unsuspecting passer-by. Interviews, music and inane banter. Occasional and unexpected expletive content. Not suitable for the close-minded or faint of heart. Take only as directed. You have to be in to win.  Do not drive or operate heavy machinery while taking this medication.  All transgressions are forgiven. For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! Music for the Masses – A new indie, modern, alternative rock & classic track music mix (what you hear most of the time.) Bourbons & Bollocks (aka “The andHow.FM Social Club”) – Eclectic, modern & prog rock, studio guests, interviews. (these are the jewels.) Check out his live Spotify mix of favs over the years.  Updated regularly....

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The Menace’s Attic
Mar22

The Menace’s Attic

Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something dusty. Each week Dennis The Menace goes up to his musical attic (his brain) to create sets of rock and roll music you’ve never heard together before and probably never will again. The songs are put together by a “loose theme” and might share some intricate musical heritage, make for the ultimate segue, or just sound good together. Six decades are in the mix from doo-wop to British Invasion hits and rarities to punk to 80’s New Wave all topped with the best melodic rock of today. Every 7th Show is the 7″ Edition where all music is played off 45 rpm records with lots of flip sides and imports in the mix. Throughout the show Dennis offers one-of-a-kind factoids about the artists and the music, gives away concert and movie tickets, and talks about his daughter Kate a lot! For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! More info &...

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House Central
Sep28

House Central

2 hours of the freshest UK/Ibiza Club House music cuts, all up in the mix! BBC R1/1X House DJ Jay Forster brings you a hot, new, exclusive tune each week. The Final Four, Bootleg Beautie & a Monthly Guest mix from some of the world’s top DJ’s! Jay Forster has been rooted in the UK Dance Music scene for over half a decade. Having presented a weekly dance show for over 8 years, his syndicated House Music show launched in 2011 with the aim to bring fresh, new and exciting music, mixed and presented in Jay’s unique warm and energetic style. As one of the top tastemakers in the UK Dance scene and one of the fastest growing names in the House music scene, Jay has rocked dance floors across the UK and Europe, and regularly DJ’s in Ibiza. “Slick song selection and mixing” – Mixmag “Fantastic radio presenter” – Energy FM, Australia “Innovative, forward thinking and musically progressive” – Fire Radio UK “<oonst-oonst-oonst-oonst> *dances wildly with glow sticks*” – Reverend Aquaman, andHow.FM For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! More info! Cloudcasts by JayForster on...

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The Power Pop Show
Sep28

The Power Pop Show

If it rocks AND your mom likes it, it’s probably power pop! Power pop [ˈpau̇(-ə)r ˈpäp]  is a popular musical genre that draws its inspiration from 1960s British and American pop and rock music. It typically incorporates a combination of musical devices such as strong melodies, clear vocals and crisp vocal harmonies, economical arrangements and prominent guitar riffs. Instrumental solos are usually kept to a minimum, and blues elements are largely downplayed. The credo of the Power Pop Show is simple: bring quality, modern & classic melodically-driven rock to people who enjoy music. Your host Jeff Shelton meets in the middle, where melody and rock peacefully co-exist. For showtimes check out our live programme schedule! More info! Power Pop Show Podcast The credo of the Power Pop Show is simple: bring quality, melodically-driven rock to people who enjoy music. Fridays 5-7pm PDT on www.kscu.org & 103.3fm and weekly on AndHow.fm Power Pop Show: 05.19.17 (Hour 2) THE SUCCESSFUL FAILURES - The Real Defenders (Here I Am!) THE MARVELOUS 3 - Little Head (Ready Sex Go) JUGHEAD - Snow In Tahiti (s/t) WEEZER - Eulogy For a Rock Band (Everything Will Be Alright in the End) NADA SURF - The Way You Wear Your Head (Let Go) THE SINGLES - We Don't Talk Anymore (Look How Fast a Heart Can Break) BRENDAN BENSON - Spit It Out (Alternative To Love) BECK - Girl (Guerro) THE ANIMATORS - Die In LA (Hook heaven comp) THE AFTERNOONS - Baby You Know The Deal (IPO Vol 8) DAVID BROOKINGS & THE AVERAGE LOOKINGS - Hearts (s/t) THE HANGABOUTS - Sinking Feeling (Kits & Cats and Saxon Wives) THE CORNER LAUGHERS - Stonewords (Ultraviolet Garden) GREG IERONIMO - Best Day Of Our Lives (Never Leaving California) HOUSEHOLD NAMES - Bright Spot (The Trouble With Being Nice) JULIANA HATFIELD - Kellyanne (Pussycat) Power Pop Show: 05.19.17 (Hour 1) REAL ESTATE - Stained Glass (In Mind) JULIANA HATFIELD - You're Breaking My Heart (Pussycat) NEW PORNOGRAPHERS - Clockwise (Whiteout Conditions) ONESIE - Karaoke Killers (Best Practices) DRONEYARD - Maybe Maybe Not (Devolver) GUIDED BY VOICES - Skills Like This (Isolation Drills) DECO AUTO - Goals (single) LOVE AXE - Daughter of a Diplomat (South Dakota) DINOSAUR JR. - Tiny (Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not) THE EVIL EYE - Vicious (single) BOB MOULD - Fire In The City (Beauty & Ruin) FRIENDLY FOES - My Body Is a Strange Place to Live (Born Radical) SUPER DELUXE - Your Pleasure's Mine (Via Satellite) THE JIGSAW SEEN - Die Laughing ( Old Man Reverb) LEN PRICE THREE - Keep Your Eyes On Me (Pictures) LISA MYCHOLS -...

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