Announcements

Show 105: The Who, part 2

This Sunday, 11th November, will see the second part of our Who wanderings.  This will include the post-Moon Who and solo work by Townshend, Entwistle and Daltrey, along with some tracks where one or the other guested, either playing or as producer.  We will also revisit Lifehouse, in the form it was eventually released in, a 6-CD boxed set sold by Townshend at gigs and from his website.

See you there.

Doobie-doobie Who 🙂

Er… who?

On Sunday, the 28th of October, we will present the history of The Who, in part 1 of 2 shows, the second one to follow two weeks later.

Due to DST ending in Europe the night before, the first show will begin at 1400 KI time instead of the usual 1300.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Cream!

On Sunday, October 14th, we will present Cream–arguably the first Supergroup in Rock history, and one of the most potent power trios of all time. And yes, as Supergroups go, the Million Dollar Quartet was earlier. But their sessions were only released decades later, and they never officially were a band.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Bill Bruford Part 2

We will broadcast the second and final part of our history of Bill Bruford on Sunday, October 30, at the usual time.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Radio Free D’ni @ 100

On the second of September, Radio Free D’ni will present its 100th show. Contrary to our usual policy, for this show we will air only #1 hits and tell the dirty secrets behind them–and we will keep the back channel open, so our audience can hear the dirty secrets that go on in the background during the making of our shows.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

4th anniversary show

August 19th marks Radio Free D’ni’s fourth anniversary. EdisonRex has prepared a review of our last year of broadcasts, so if you want to find out what you have been missing, be there!

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Rarities and What-Ifs, pt. 8

Yes, it’s yet another selection of the rare, the curious, and the interesting background stories, coming up on August 5th, usual place, usual time.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Allan Holdsworth in two parts

On July 8th and 22nd, we will present a retrospective of the late Allan Holdsworth’s career, which spanned notable acts such as Soft Machine and Gong as well as many high-profile collaborations. Most settled in Jazz, Holdsworth had a very distinctive guitar style remeniscent more of a saxophone player than a guitarist. And if you wonder what that would sound like, tune in!

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

92 Steely Dan

The next show, on Sunday 13th, will be about Steely Dan, who blended jazz and rock into a seamless whole, and who happen to be one of my favourite groups.  This will be Part 1 of a history of the band, and will take us from their beginnings to their finest album, Aja.  Join us and groove again 🙂