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Dog Germs / PND (punk’s not dead) presents:

plenty of new stuff, but I've got a pocket full of Werther's Originals in my pocket (not a sponsor of PND) @pndwrir bte

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Handful Of Brains presents:

Pants or no pants, listen to Handful of Brains! (Tuesday 7 - 9 PM on WRIR 97.3FM Richmond Community Radio) We've got an eclectic mix of music for you including Pixies, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and The Band, Slobberbone, Deau Eyes, Can, Steve Gunn & David Moore, Fatoumata Diawara, & more! Dial your FM radio

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Wide Ear Folk/Life is a Mixtape presents:

So many great tracks, so little time! If I only had more hours....

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Andrenal Gland Bandstand presents:

   

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Finding Sounds presents:

Today is july 16 2024 and it is episode 33 of finding sounds. Our jesus year episode Todays show is in two parts. The first section features a 40 min audio collage on the "State Of Radio" - found audio clips describing the current state of mainstream radio, from it's homogenization in the 90s to

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Metal Box presents:

"METAL BOX" presents score from 2024 action/sci-fi movie KINGDOM OF THE PLANET OF THE APES composed by John Paesano. Plus goth, punk, hard rock, heavy metal, hardcore, metalcore, industrial music, post-punk, darkwave, thrash metal, slam metal, alternative music and dark music. Get ready for a night of evolution to revolution!!!

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Richmond Cryptoids presents:

New music from Molly Nilsson, TR/ST, Sports Coach, and much more.

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Time Again Radio Show presents:

Today's mix is largely comprised of jazz, old time, some popular tunes and a few blues with a couple ethnic records sprinkled throughout. I hope you enjoy as much I did putting it together.

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

Today's Lost Music Saloon will focus on Summer Songs - - you know, songs about sun, sand, the tropics, islands, beaches, baseball, etc. I'll relax the usual alt-country/folk/indie/roots Saloon standard for a more wide open playlist that'll include well-known artists, bands and songs, as well as more pop & rock than usual. The summer vibe

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Banji Kaicho presents:

  Presenting Kojiki, a new radio series on Asian indigenous, folk and street music, named after the ancient Japanese chronicle. While recording music has merely a hundred years of history, I believe songs travel, legends pass and art reincarnates. The past dictates the future and music is climacteric in the process. For this first show

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