DJ Freyja brings you A Drone’s Life every week at 1am with ambient, noise, electronica, experimental, and noise to calm you down from the week and bring you relaxed into the weekend.
Carol Olson November 23rd, 2022
Tune in every Friday night at 11pm for a fiery dose of six-string pyrotechnics from around the world…Guitar Inferno features the best extreme guitar music from around the planet, drawn primarily from the fusion, rock, and metal genres!
Your host DJ Entropy AKA McMetal has a PHD in Shredology and is sworn to deliver only the highest caliber product to the listening audience…let’s light it up \,,/
enzo December 31st, 2017
What the Fontaine?!: You never know what you’ll hear next on this fun mix of tunes from across the decades and musical genres. On any given week I might play punk, funk, rock, blues, hip-hop, jazz, reggae, electronica, country, rockabilly, new wave, industrial, African, metal, soul, classical, go-go, gospel, cajun, local music or whatever else I can think of. Often there are themes and occasionally local band interviews.
Fontaine has been an indie radio DJ in Richmond, VA for many, many years. In addition to hosting WTF since Summer 2008, she is among the rotating cast of DJs bringing you the 80s show (now ’75-’99, Saturdays 3-5 PM) and the local band show (River City Limits, Saturdays 5-7PM).
Anna C. October 14th, 2015
Welcome to The Church of the Ecstatic, a freeform radio show exploring the magic found in music. We will traverse all genres, time periods, and places in search of the mystical, intangible, and transcendental. Expect to hear everything from the hypnotic drums of folk songs, to the raucous shouts of metal, to the sparkling synths of electronic dance music as your host, Sister Euphonia, guides you through the witching hours.
Anna C. October 12th, 2015
Dog Germs is a weekly dose of classic and new industrial, goth, new wave, and electronica with hints of alternative, metal, hip hop, and whatever else I feel like playing hosted by me, Tommy Atrien (dj kyno). The show’s first hour is usually industrial/goth and related genres with the second hour being more chaotic and diverse as far as genres are concerned (by the end of the second hour you would swear that you were listening to a different show). Some of the genres heard in the second hour include alternative, metal, hip hop, country, and world music. I feel this keeps the show interesting and also allows me to play other styles of music I really enjoy.
I have been involved with the industrial/goth scene since ’94 and involved with the scene here in Richmond since ’96. I am also the guitarist/keyboardist/percussionist/back up vocalist for Richmond industrial rock band Machine Chop Inc. I got into dj-ing because I love music, all kinds but especially industrial/electronic, and wanted to do a show that represented that. “Dig It” by Skinny Puppy was the first industrial song I ever heard and have been hooked on that band ever since, therefore, almost every “Dog Germs” show kicks off with that song. Also, the show title is obviously derived from my appreciation of Skinny Puppy.
Anna C. October 9th, 2015
DJ Freyja starts your week off with WAR: Women Art Revolution..bringing you women making music from all genres and all countries. Tune in on Mondays 6am – 8am. Follow her on twitter at @CarolOlson
Anna C. October 8th, 2015