Nico is the owner of Shore Dive Records & musician at BEATASTIC, Xeresa, Tears On Demand, Futurafter and The Insatiable Disquiet.
Beatastic Transmissions is a monthly show hosted by Nico, featuring music from Shore Dive Records & new music from around the world.
Show: Beatastic Transmissions
Time: 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month at 12pm, 4pm and 8pm
Encores the following weeks
Originally based in Los Angeles DJ Wednesday was a staple in the LA scene for well over a decade. Her radio show Generation Death was touted as the longest-running goth radio show, with 14 years of history.
In the clubs, Wednesday's diverse style has been instrumental in the growth of the Shoegaze and Post-punk scene through her co-creation of Violaine. Wednesday was a resident DJ at Bar Sinister in Hollywood, CA for over 6 years as well as guest deejayed at infamous LA clubs such as Ruin, Das Bunker, Eternal, Severance and Hex Hollywood.
In addition to her guest spots she co-promoted/created, Wumpskate, Los Angeles’s only all-ages roller skating event. Musically her DJ style includes a heavy dose of Goth, Ethereal, Shoegaze, Dark 80’s, Dark Wave and Post-Punk. Since relocating to Portland in late 2008, Wednesday has guest deejayed at Dementia, Oubliette, Hive and Shadowplay as well as starting her own monthly night Brickbat Mansion.
Show: Six Beats Under
Time: 1st & 3rd Saturdays - 9am & 9pm PT
replays the following week
My musical journey probably really began in 1979 at age 11 with The Cure's first album. My friends and I used to make mixtapes featuring Echo & The Bunnymen, Siouxsie & The Banshees, the J & MC, The Psychedelic Furs and Frankie Goes To Hollywood! In the late 80's bands like The Smiths, New Order, Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys were at the forefront.
In 1991 I DJ'd on Adelaide's alternative music station, Triple M, now called Three D and this is where I discovered RIDE, Chapterhouse, Teenage Fanclub, Lush, etc and I started going to local shoegaze gigs. Radiohead and dabbling in hardcore punk was my backdrop through the 2000's.
I re-started my DJ'ing career on Tribe FM in 2019 with Vapour Trail. We focus on shoegaze, dream pop, occasional 80's/90's specials and interviewing local and international bands such as Blush Response, The Howling Fog, Plainbow, Austosleeper, Ousel and Dive Collate.
Show: Vapour Trail
Time: Friday - 7pm AEST
Saturday - 12pm AEST
1st & 3rd Friday - 12am & 7pm PT
Facebook Group: @ausgaze
Kris Gardner has been a part of the staff at 89.1 KNNZ, a non-commercial FM station in Fargo, North Dakota since 2014 and has been hosting a weekly program called Your First Listen since March of 2019.
I am a total music nerd, and because I grew up in the 80's, I have an undying devotion for the music from that era, particularly new wave and modern rock. Even though I am extremely comfortable in the year 1987, I also have a passion for new music.
Before I started hosting my program, I had seen a study claiming that the average person stopped listening to new music by the time they were 33. What? Really? I guess I must be an "exception", as I never quit. I feel that if a person stops learning, stops finding new things, it's basically all over. I don't want that. Yes, I love The Chameleons and Clan Of Xymox, I always will, but I don't want to be content just staying there. Because I was well past that magical age when I took on my show, I wanted to blow that notion out of the water. My focus was not only on playing new music, it was also on highlighting bands and artists that the listener wasn't going to hear just anywhere. I find a lot of enjoyment in discovering new music and hope that I can make others feel that as well.
Show: Your First Listen
Time: Mondays - 6pm PT
Every weekday Madame Maledicta hosts a live radio show at 8am showcasing the latest band from every corner of the world in Goth, Dream-Pop, Witch House, Doom, Post-Punk and Shoegaze.
Along with commentary and playing songs you've never heard before, Madame Maledicta showcases the artists and labels that make all of these genres and their related offshoots so rich and interesting.
Show: Madame Maledicta
Time: Monday - Thursday 8am - 11am PT
Lord Hyperion Visigoth & Lord Charon
Lord Hyperion Visigoth and Lord Charon spin vinyl and CD's from your favorite classic and new Goth and Industrial bands from around the world and showcasing Denver underground bands.
After learning to spin under Eric Putz (DJ IX) and DJ'ing at CO clubs like Ground Zero in the 90's and Blue Ice in Denver, Lord Hyperion Visigoth joined Lord Charon, a fellow vinyl junkie and a local musician, to become The House of Lords.
NECROMANTIC began in late 2018 at the Shag Lounge in Denver, Colorado in November 2018 and since March 2020 has continued online on the fourth Friday of the month. We played their five hour Second Anniversary show on Eardrum Buzz Radio, reaching fans all over the world.
We have kept this up as a way of staying relevant to and consistent with the Gothic scene here and maintaining our momentum and the wonderful reputation we have established for Necromantic together! It has helped us reach many more like-minded people outside our geographical area in the process which we appreciate and find exciting!
The worldwide lockdown is not stopping us from bringing you the BEST classic and new school Gothic / Industrial musique through the wonder and glory of modern technology and the internet! We are also quite proud to share that ALL we EVER spin is vinyl and CD's!!! Which makes us a very old school listening experience for your listening pleasure!
We look forward to connecting with ALL of you! Who knows what the future may hold? Just kick back and enjoy the ride! Lord Charon and I have been in the Underground music scene for many decades, building our collections and are still building and adding to them all the time! Now YOU get to reap some of the benefits from what we have spent a large portion of our lives building!
Time: Fourth Fridays at 9pm-2am PT
10pm - 3am MT
Los Angeles, CA
Serious Spinach host Danny Gellis has travelled the world, working in several countries, loves fine art and bicycling and was a child actor. In the past few years he began Serious Spinach to show his love for music and to express his personality.
Serious Spinach is a weekly two hour show from the mind of Danny Gellis. Expect to hear comedy, movie, television and commercial samples, an eclectic and wide-ranging collection of songs from the beginnings of recorded music up to the latest releases, all tied together with Danny's humor and outrageous personality. It's a wild ride and you'll be educated and entertained every week.
Show: Serious Spinach with Danny Gellis
Time: 10am-12pm PT Fridays
Show: Serious Spinach with Danny Gellis
Time: Sunday 10am - 12pm PT Fridays
Santa Fe, NM
I am a DJ/Musician/Producer based out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Originally from New York, I've been involved in music since the late '70s.
My initial inspiration was first seeing Kraftwerk on late-night television when I was 14 years old and instantly falling in love with electronic music. In high school and college, I experimented with analog synths and played bass and keyboards in punk and new wave bands. After college, I got into the corporate world and treated music as a hobby to escape the stresses of corporate work.
It wasn't until moving to New Mexico that the creative spark started to rekindle my need to make music a primary avocation in my life. Over the years I taught myself Pro Tools, Cubase, Ableton, and Reason. Over the years my skillset slowly improved through self-study and the wonderful mentorship of the creative community here in New Mexico.
I stand out as an artist in that my experiences of the underground scenes of punk, rave, and techno/house DJ culture made me unafraid to use electronic textures to convey a mood in composition and love the liberating possibilities of rhythm and pure sound. My approach to soundscapes and music would be "environmental sound artist who not only uses tonal structures but noise and ambient sounds to create a mood".
Time: 2nd Saturdays 6pm - 8pm; 7pm - 9pm MT
Los Angeles, CA
Charles Motorbike, born and raised in Los Angeles,
California. Charles has been in the Los Angeles
music scene since 1992.And has been playing
drums professionally for over 25 years.
In the mid 90's he did a radio show on KUCI 88.9 in
Irvine, CA that lasted 2 years.
His latest radio show, The Charles Motorbike Show
has been airing for the last year and his main
objective is to expose up and coming bands in the
genres of shoegaze, garage rock, indie-pop and
"This is the future of radio"-Charles Motorbike
Show: The Charles Motorbike Show
Time: Saturdays - 11pm - 1am PT
Wampas, has been in love of music for ever and amateur DJ since the age of 13
With strong UK influences (he has shared his time between Paris and London) and massive fan of Rock music he hosts several shows monthly on Mixcloud specializing in Post-Punk, Coldwave, Indie Rock, Shoegaze and Dreampop/Ethereal music.
His DJ name is a tribute to the French punk rock band "Les Wampas" to which he is a big fan.
In his neverending search for the new jewel song out there he will make you discover artists and songs that do not have the media exposure they deserve.
Show: Sound is Deep in the Dark (Darkwave, Post-Punk, Goth)
Time: 1st Sundays - 9pm & 5pm PT
Show: Underrated?! (Indie Rock, Shoegaze, Dreampop, Ethereal)
Time: 3rd Sundays - 9pm & 5pm PT
John Treanor is the driving force behind Tombstones In Their Eyes, his Los Angeles-based pscyh/shoegaze/rock&roll band. Having spent most of his life involved in music in one way or another, he puts together a unique blend of music, both old and new. This includes punk, doom, shoegaze, alt/indie, psych, metal, noise, straight up rock and roll and the occasional old school rap or funk song.
Show: The Bitter Seas
Time: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays - 6pm - 9pm PT
Los Angeles, CA
Charles Maxey, born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Charles has been in the Los Angeles music scene since 1992 and has been playing drums professionally for over 25 years.
His love for jazz, funk and soul is something he finds very dear to his heart and has been a huge jazz fan for 20 years.
"You can never have too many jazz records. Let's keep it hip-sway"
Show: Jazz Scene
Time: Sundays - 11pm PT
Los Angeles, CA
Fuzz Delay Reverb with John Wellby and Lesa Hannah
John Wellby grew up in a suburb of Leeds and now lives in Lancashire, England. He became a fan of shoegaze when he came across bands like The Jesus and Mary Chain, Slowdive, and My Bloody Valentine in the 90s. John is also the frontman of Last Tourist, a shoegaze synth five piece band who are releasing their debut album in early 2023. It will feature drums by Simon Scott from Slowdive.
Lesa Hannah lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She discovered shoegaze in her late teens and saw Slowdive, Ride, Lush and My Bloody Valentine in the 90s. She applied to a radio and TV arts program for university but didn’t get in and pursued journalism instead. She lost touch with music for years but decades plus a pandemic later, she found her way back and soon found herself contributing to radio shows.
John started hosting Fuzz Delay Reverb, a weekly shoegaze show in December 2021 on KNNZ FM and invited Lesa to co-host periodically. He soon realized how well they clicked and didn’t want to do the show without her and asked her to co-host all the time. After a brief hiatus so John could finish his band’s first album, the show returned to the airwaves after finding a new home on Eardrum Buzz.
First and third Sundays at 11am and 7pm PT with replays the following week.
Show: Fuzz Delay Reverb
Time: 1st & 3rd Sundays - 11am & 7pm PT