Clint Beachwood hosts this live radio show on Thursdays 4-6pm (pacific time) from San Diego State's college radio station, KCR. A Day at the Beach has been broadcasting since 2001 and can be heard on the internet at www.kcrlive.com and local cable: Cox Cable - Channel 956 and Time/Warner - Channel 957.
Broadcasting from the Boulder Beach at the University of Colorado, we offer up one hour of mainly surf instros and some occasional hot rod tunes every Wednesday night 7 - 8 p.m. (mountain) during the summer semester.
The Reverb Hour airs every Saturday night from 8pm to 9pm (Pacific) for one hour of instrumental surf. KFJC is at 89.7FM and originates at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA.
Webcast at kfjc.org
or find KFJC under radio on iTunes
Broadcast archives are available at kfjc.org for 2 weeks after the broadcast.
Fiberglass Jungle aims to present the very best in recordings that fall under the wide instrumental Surf Music umbrella. This base encompasses the “pre-surf” instrumental Rock n’ Roll tunes of the late 50s, the classic “First Wave” originators of the early 60s, the “Second Wave” bands of the late 70s and early 80s, the crossover, genre-blending “Third Wave” bands of the 90s, the cutting-edge, description-defiant melting pot of current-day innovators, as well as a healthy dose of Spaghetti Western, international styles such as Japanese Eleki and Finnish Rautalanka, Surf-Guitar-based Exotica, Easy Listening, and Crime/Spy Jazz.
The show airs Saturdays from 2-4PM Pacific on luxuriamusic.com and is archived as a podcast almost immediately.
One hour of vintage and contemporary Rhythm & Blues, Rockabilly, Surf and Lounge instrumentals every Monday 1-2pm (Australian Central Time) on Three D Radio 93.7FM, Adelaide, South Australia.
Streaming live at http://www.threedradio.com/
By all accounts, it’s a small but feisty Internet-only radio station that broadcasts out to the world from a small studio in Hollywood, Calif., and provides a growing international listenership with a fresh alternative to the rapidly depleting appeal of terrestrial and satellite radio.
What the listener hears upon tuning into LuxuriaMusic (luxuriamusic.com) is a meticulously curated mixture of musical genres that make up the station’s eclectic alchemy. Since its inception in 2000, LuxuriaMusic’s earliest and most avid adopters have been people who possess a high level of pop-culture consciousness, especially about ’50s-through ’70s music and entertainment. Such folks also form the basis of the station’s air staff: a diverse, super-knowledgeable group of music enthusiasts and professionals who curate the various genres that comprise LuxuriaMusic’s eclectic alchemy.
Surf Music, Bossa Nova, Exotica, Space-Age Bachelor Pad, Jazz, Soft-Psych, Sunshine Pop, Wall of Sound, Latin, Go-Go, and Film & TV music of the past 50 years are expertly distilled and blended in order to concoct the “highly intoxicating and sometimes hallucinatory” LuxuriaMusic Sound. Somehow, in this context, it all makes sense.
The first international, free and commercial free online radio station playing non-stop surf instrumentals in a high quality stream of 192 kbps. 24/7 Twang!
The Rockin' & Surfin' show plays Surf/Early 60's rock every Saturday night from 6-10 Eastern Standard Time. So if you are looking for something to do on Saturday eveing check it out. Its a great show I am sure you will like it.
Surf Rock Radio streams fresh new surf music 24 hours a day with a focus on promoting new and breaking bands shoulder to shoulder with established surf bands. We stream a number of hosted shows including Surf Guitars from Mars, The Shrunken Head Lounge, The Sharawaji Surf Shack and The Rockabilly and Blues Radio Hour.
The website features a weekly Most Viewed Band, Album and Singles chart.
The Surfabilly Freakout airs every Thursday night from 9-10pm (Central) on WPGU FM (107.1) in Champaign-Urbana, IL and streams live at www.the217.com
The show features surf, garage and psychobilly music with a little spaghetti western, rockabilly, exotica, horror punk and lounge thrown in to keep you on your toes.
Tune us in...we'll fReAK yOu oUT!!!