Bret's Ramblings began in April of 2018 playing The latest Shoegaze, Post-Punk, Electronica and more. I'm eclectic and proud of it!
Show: Bret's Ramblings
Time: Twice a month on Tuesday at 3pm and 11pm PST, repeated through the next Monday.
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: First Saturday of the month at Noon, 4pm and 8pm PST and repeated at the same times the following Tuesday.
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: Weekly, New on first and third Saturdays at 9am and 9pm PST.
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 with Elizabeth as my co-host 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: Wednesdays at 2am-4pm and 7pm-9pm PST, new on first and third Wednesdays.
Facebook Group: @ausgaze
I’ve been in love with most forms of music my whole life, starting when I was a wee lass accompanying my Mom to classical concerts. After botched attempts to play clarinet, organ, and guitar, I settled on singing for a time. Between my mother and my three brothers, I was fully indoctrinated to the world of British Invasion music, which informed my tastes early on and is music I adore to this day. I remember when Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was released, and I remember playing it to death when my brother wasn’t around. Once I hit college, I started my DJing at a closed-circuit AM station in 1978. It only broadcasted to the cafeteria, and I found out the lunch ladies turned off the sound most days. So I was broadcasting to myself! But I sure did enjoy that early start, as it paved the way for tons of fun over these many decades.
I transferred up to UMass Amherst in 1983 and a whole world opened up to me musically when I joined WMUA in that same year. I started off doing 2-6AM shifts, which was hell when you had 8AM classes, but I was still young and could get away with it. I moved on to a prime time show on Friday nights and I called my show Brain Waves. Much of the vintage music you hear on my current show had a place on that early show. Then from 1986-1992, I had a Saturday night show on the same community station where I got my start. My friends would come to hang out and sometimes we had a live music guest, so that was cool.
I moved away in 1992 to Central Mass and did not do a show until around 2013, when I started doing a Mixcloud only show. I was hosted on various places, including the great Strawberry Tongue Radio, until I found a home with Bret on Eardrumbuzz Radio. I am happy to be here and hope you are enjoying the music. I know I do!
Show: The Kitchen Sink
Time: First Thursday of the month at 4pm and encores Friday at 9am and 4pm PST.
Jeremy and D
Jeremy and D are two-thirds of the mostly Portland based musical art project We Are Parasols. They have been producing audio and visual art together for a decade. For their monthly show, Mapping the Dark Ocean, the couple assemble and present eclectic collections of songs based on different conceptual, emotional, or regional themes.
Show: Mapping the Dark Ocean
Time: Second Sunday of the month at Noon and 8pm PST.
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: Mondays - 8pm - 12pm PST
Tuesdays - Fridays 8am - 9am PST
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 PST
10pm - 3am MST
James Shipsides presents the Theresa's Sound World Blog with monthly reviews of the latest releases catching his ears. James runs the TSW Blog, with live video reviews of classic albums and new releases. Hear his reviews on Eardrum Buzz as well as songs from the bands!
James also releases music as Master Harker.
Show: Theresa's Sound World Blog with James Shipsides
Time: 12pm PST weekdays