Yay!We have another batch of primo episodes of Radio Free Charleston, from late Summer 2008 to warm you up in this big nasty snow-covered weekend.
We’ve got two more installments of Radio Free Charleston for you while you’re snowed in. Above, you see episode 44. On the other side of the jump, you’ll find episode 45. Click the episode numbers for the original production notes. These may be the last shows posted tonight. It seems MySpace has an upload limit.
In this batch of shows you’ll get to hear music from Lady D, Quick and Dirty, Doctor Senator, T.J. King, Comparsa and the electronica duo of Melanie Larch and Rudy Panucci. You’ll also see a movie trailer, animation from Frank, an animated apology to West Virginia from then-Vice President , the disgraced Dick Cheney, and extended looks at FestivAll and The Pandora’s Toy Box art exhibit.
Above you see Radio Free Charleston number 41 (we posted episode 40 last Sunday). Below the jump you’ll find RFC number 42 and 43. Click the numbers for the original production notes. These shows date back to April, May and Juine, 2008.
This batch of shows includes music from A Place of Solace, The Coal Men, Holden Cauflield, Barrelhouse Bonnie, Doctor Senator, Ko, The Synergy Collective, The Clementines, InFormation and Melanie Larch. The music ranges from honk-tonk piano to straight-up rock to alternative coolness to ambient adventurism. We also have animation from various sources and special apperances by female wrestling star Daffney (seen above), The Concept and Bill O’Rielly. An added extra is the trailer for Danny Boyd’s “Invasion of The Space Preachers.”
I’ll be posting these all weekend long. Brew up some hot chocolate, pull on your Snuggie and curl up in front of your PC.
Okay….so a combination of computer problems and bad weather have conspired to cause us to miss posting The PopCulteer for the first time since we started the weekly feature lastApril. How do we make it up to you? How about brightening up your snowy imprisonment with some classic episodes of Radio Free Charleston that have been offline for a couple of years?
This batch of three newly-archived shows includes performances by Lady D, Blue Million, Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen from Mars, The Spurgie Hankins Band, Three Bodies and Strawfyssh. You’ll also get to see The Android Family, animation by Frank Panucci, Rudy Panucci and Martians, vintage car commercials and weird video starring RFC’s Resident Diva Melanie Larch and Charleston Mayor Danny Jones.
Above you see episode 37. After the jump you can see episodes 38 and 39 of Radio Free Charleston, from Spring 2008. Click the episode number for the original production notes and check back for more classic RFC later this weekend.
Right at the top of this post (or at this link, if technology is not being your friend today) you see the ninety-second episode of Radio Free Charleston, “Oingo Boingo Shirt.” This collection of local music, weird film and other cool stuff was carefully prepared by experienced Bavarian craftsmen, and is served up on a bed of fresh baby spinach for your personal delightrificationment.
Our music this time is by Joseph Hale, The Diablo Blues Band and the Blues Girls from the CYAC production of “The Blob.” We also have a Plant Ro Duction Mini Movie and a serious message from Ann Magnuson on behalf of Covenant House.
We kick off this week with a digitally-assaulted photograph of the windows at 1 Davis Square. They don’t really look like that. This piece is a realization of my deep artistic need to color within the lines. Click it to see a bigger version.
Our videos this week are two special episodes of Radio Free Charleston from 2008. Above this text you see our fiftieth episode. This show has music from Hasil Adkins, The Concept and Melanie Larch, plus animation from Frank Panucci, the RFC debut of Kitty Killton and tons of cool cameos. You can read the production notes here.
After the jump, you’ll see our first big April Fool’s episode, RFC 40. This show, which featured a fake “new direction” for the show includes music from Paul Calicoat and Joe Slack, plus special appearances from Eamon Hardiman, Jerry “The King” Lawler and The No Pants Players. You can read the PopCult production notes here, and the real production notes, with the full story of how cursed this show was, here.
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