Monday, October 24, 2016
Last week, Crayons to Perfume! featured Death Disc Dames - an hour of dead football teams, car crash victim boyfriends and murdered mademoiselles - in fact there were too many splatter platter sisters to fit into the hour, so here are the rest, plus a few of the best!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:42 AM
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Posted by Shouting Thomas Torment at 6:02 PM
Skip church and have a little shake with your Sunday morning coffee as DJ Pat K brings "Make With the Shake" to DJ Roulette!
Posted by Pat K at 1:45 AM
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Please enjoy this new Halloween mix from listener Jordan over at Weird-O-Matic Wax.
Posted by Debbie D at 12:29 PM
It's an hour of Death Disc Dames - sad senoritas filled with tales teen tragedy! Hear obscure versions of Ode To Billy Joe and Terry, death defying answer songs, car crashes, dear departed boyfriends and even an entire extinct football team! Tune in right here at 7pm Eastern, 4 Pacific for the Shangri-Las, Cobey Carson, Fern Dauth, and even Dallas star Linda Gray!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 2:14 AM
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Whig Out! on Ichiban at 8pm (5 Pacific), right after The Real Nitty Gritty. It's an Internation hip flippin' time trippin' good time right here!
and don't forget to throw us a bone or two!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 4:08 PM
Tune in AND see the playlist here: https://wfmu.org/playlists/RG
AND furthermore, It's SILENT FUNDRAISER TIME for October here at WFMU and we badly need your support. There's new swag, including our Typographic Critters T-shirt and Malevolent Bunny T-shirt! You can pledge at: https://wfmu.org/playlists/RG
Posted by Shouting Thomas Torment at 1:09 PM
Thursday, October 13, 2016
WFMU is having a silent fundraiser for the month of October. We won't be yakking about it too much on the air, but we really could use some scratch to get through the winter months. Please consider making a pledge to your favorite show! THANKS.
Crayons To Perfume
Diesel Smoke & Dangerous Curves
Debbie Does WFMU
Live From The Admiral
The Real Nitty Gritty
Posted by Debbie D at 12:52 PM
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
The Barry Records Label was a shadow imprint label from Toronto, Ontario issuing records from other labels in the US and a handful from the UK - and even had a few of it's own original releases. Labels like Barry made it affordable to buy and to find what would have essentially been import records - and it also created a way for other labels to get their records on local radio stations. I grew up listening to 1050 Chum they played tons of girl group stuff and were really dialed into the teen set. I even uploaded a few of their jingles! Here's a good one! and then here is another fun jingle! Today I play girls issued on the Barry Records label, the girls that first got me so interested in girl groups! Listen here at 7pm Eastern, 4 Pacific or 5 Central!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:30 AM