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This week: brand new Savages, Joy Formidable, Bob Mould, Trash Can Sinatras, and Raveonettes, plus Bunny Wailer, The Wailers, The Move, Bob Marley, and Dr. Feelgood
This week: brand new Dropkick, Medictation, Arquettes, GBV, and Susanna, plus Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson, Phil Ochs, and Pete Shelley covering the Beatles!
This week: brand new Cheap Trick, Trash Can Sinatras, Bob Mould, and Bent Shapes, plus Herb Albert, Peter Sellers, Jeff Kelson's Indie Pop History VI, and eight songs produced by Sir George Martin -- R.I.P.
This week: brand new Miranda Lee Richards, Beverly, Robert Pollard, Film School, and John Doe with Debbie Harry, and plus Nina Simone, Astrud Gilberto/Stan Getz, and R.I.P. George Martin and Keith Emerson
This week's show: brand new Robert Pollard, Nothing, La Sera, Minor Victories, and Channel 3, plus Fats Waller, Captain Beefheart, and Simon & Garfunkel with… Andy Williams?
This week’s show: Jeffrey Runnings world premiere track, brand new Lush, Sharp Things, Beverly, Nada Surf, Film School, and Edward Rogers, and a New York Popfest 2016 preview!
This week’s show: brand new Rogue Wave, John Doe, Kane Strang, Tacocat, Channel 3, and September Girls, and everything you could say about "The Purple People Eater"
This week’s show: brand new Wild Nothing, Thermals, Emma Pollock, Savages, Sunflower Bean, and High Violets, and tributes to classic New Orleans R&B and vintage country-pop
This week's show: brand new Emma Pollock, DIIV, Sunflower Bean, and Raveonettes, still two more music greats who've died, and Jeff Kelson's "History of Indie Pop Pt. 4"!
This week (our first anniversary show): Brand new Joy Formidable, Savages, and Rocket From the Tombs songs, two more music giants who’ve died (plus two other recents, R.I.P.), and Jeff Kelson’s “History of Indie Pop Pt. 3”!
This week: A tribute to two more music giants who died last week (plus six other recents, R.I.P.), Jeff Kelson’s “History of Indie Pop Pt. 2”, and new Savages, Bob Mould, Nada Surf, and DIIV songs!
Hear: A new tribute to three more music giants who died since last week’s fallen five (R.I.P., including, yes, David Bowie), Jeff Kelson’s “History of Indie Pop” Part 1, and brand new tracks from Tacocat, Robert Pollard, and Ed Kuepper!
On this week’s show, a tribute to five music giants who died in the last two weeks (R.I.P., and yes, Lemmy is one of them), plus brand new albums from The Thermals, Ed Kuepper, Penetration, and The Hinds!
Jack counts down his picks for the Top 50 LPs of this past year 2015, part two of two (began last week). This week’s show, one song each from his picks 25-1! Happy New Year again from all of us at Big Takeover!
Jack counts down his picks for the Top 50 LPs of 2015, part one of two (ending next week). This week’s show, one song each from his picks 50-25!!! Happy New Year from all of us at Big Takeover!
Jack spins new songs by La Sera and Penetration, oldies by Idaho, Richie Barrett, and The Who, four modern artists interviewed in Big Takeover #77, holiday fun from Satchmo and Louis Prima, and a "R.I.P. Bonnie Lou" selection!
Jack spins new records by Pete Astor and Lusts; songs by bands discussed and interviewed in the new Big Takeover #77; a topical 1972 tune about immigration that speaks to these times; and an amusing, totally modern holiday tune sung by children!
Jack world premieres the new Soft Science split single, spins brand new efforts from Honeychurch and the latest Static Waves comp, spotlights bands interviewed in the new Big Takeover #77, and mixes in Fred Astaire, Nervous Norvus, and vintage reggae!
This week's show features a tribute to the late, great songwriter P.F. Sloan!
This week Jack pays tribute to the musical legacy of Allen Toussaint, Dickie Hammond and Philthy Phil Taylor.
A tribute to Leatherface guitarist Dickie Hammond, and lot of great music, as usual!
Brand new music from The Chills, Penetration, Killing Joke, and much, much more!
This week, Jack pays tribute to "Long Tall Sally"!
This week, Jack treats us to amazing deep cuts from 50 years of music!
New music from Killing Joke, Persian Leaps, Donovan's Brain, Robert Forster, The Chills and more!
Classic live recordings from Nada Surf, Newtown Neurotics, and The Damned, and so much more on this week's show!
On this week's show, Jack plays new music from Ash, Pugwash, Martin Newell, Beach House and more!
Another amazing set of brand-new and classic music of all styles from DJ Jack Rabid!
On this week's show, a tribute to Australian music!
New music from Lou Barlow and Beach House, classic singles and more from DJ Jack Rabid!
New music from Pointed Sticks, Royal Headache, Newtown Neurotics, Beach House, Astrid Williamson, Paul Smith, and more!
This week DJ Jack Rabid presents a tribute to the music of Los Angeles, plus brand-new songs from Paul Smith, Lou Barlow and Cheatahs!
New music from Wilco and Astrid Williamson, plus a set of country-and-western classics!
On this weeks' show, Jack plays brand-new music from Lou Barlow, Robert Forster, Jigsaw Seen and more!
Another eclectic mix of brilliant music from the inimitable Jack Rabid!
New music from Paul Smith, Wilco and Royal Headache; classic singles from Jackie Wilson and The Escorts, live Who and Velvet Underground -- what a show!
Who would play Leatherface, Danny Kaye, and a Dave Berry B-side on the same show? None other than Jack Rabid!
This week's show features tributes to the late Ornette Coleman and Ronnie Gilbert of The Weavers -- and much more!
A tribute to the reunited Ride, plus classic singles by Glen Campbell, Lefty Frizzell, Buck Owens and Hank Williams Sr. -- and the world premiere, debut single from Torchy!
This week's show includes a set devoted to the five bands interviewed in the new issue of Big Takeover #76, out now!
New music from Cheetahs, Don McGlashan, Jon Derosa, Ultimate Painting, Frank and Walters, Death Cab For Cutie and much more on this week's show!
New music from Death Cab For Cutie, Don McGlashan, Best Coast and Robert Pollard on this week's show!
Jack spins a ton of great new music this week -- and some choice classics too! Why not tune in?