We talked to founder Gordon Mac and former DJ Lindsay Wesker about how their station—run illegally out of a Walthamstow tower block through the late-1980s—informed a generation of music-lovers.
The star of stage, radio, and film would have been 100 today, so here's a look at one of his best radio compositions.
Dec 10, 2014
Tonight's show is all about getting in over your head. Biting off more than you can chew. Everyone does it, and it often leads to crippling embarrassment. Plus, an eight-caller crunchy-food musical experiment.
Vivid, one of the largest porn studios in the country, has a 24-hour XM radio station. I spent a day in the studio and found the whole thing surprisingly cool.
This episode's specials guests are Steve Buscemi and Evan Lurie, the musician/composer/brother of the host. The theme of the episode is nervousness. What makes you nervous, and how do you cope?
Here's the premiere episode of VICE After Dark with John Lurie, a live internet radio show hosted by cult icon John Lurie. You know John. He's the guy from Fishing with John, all those Jim Jarmusch movies, and the band the Lounge Lizards.
House music is now global music. But what is house music like in Chicago, the birthplace of house? I attended Queen!, a house club night in Chicago, to find out.
This week, T-Pain shocked the internet when he performed without Auto-Tune. But is it really that surprising that a guy who's won multiple Grammys has actual talent?
The man behind the pseudonym "Andy Fleming" shows no signs of stopping his fight against white supremacists, even after their continued attempts to unmask him.
Last month, Barrett Brown's legal counsel sent us a letter from their imprisoned client, who was at the time bored out of his mind in jail. Today we received another mis…
On Tuesday, it was announced that the ERT—Greece's public television network—would be closed down as part of austerity measures the country agreed to when it was bailed out in 2010. Soon after the announcement was made, laid-off workers returned to their…
Drug cartels are all over the place in Mexico, but the Los Zetas have gained the title of the most technologically advanced and dangerous cartel in the country. They're ex-paramilitary, tooled up like a miniature army, and have even set up their own radio…
In 1956, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory was formed in rural Green Bank, West Virginia, and became the hotbed of radio astronomy in the United States. But now, with cell phones, wi-fi, and radio stations emitting massive amounts of radio waves, d…
So the new iPod can store 10,000 songs. Does anybody really have 10,000 favourite songs?