Surfing and churning the short waves to confront the past, present and spiral future, because Ktel is life.
Where would we be without industry? You sure wouldn’t have this digital device for consuming Content™ like this edition of Not American Top 40.
Former CIA operative, screenwriter and software developer Eric Rapaport comes to reclaim the radio show concept he created from the fraudster DJ Scummy B. This is the thirteenth edition of Not American Top 40, and that number has no significance whatsoever.
This week is a celebration of women making all manner of noise.
A deep dive into theater technology and Belzerian conspiracy theory via unnecessary orchestral versions, covers, metal and glitch.
Your radio is not broken. It’s delicious ice premium ice cream.
CDs are back, we hear, so this week we pay tribute to the format that promised Perfect Sound Forever. But first, we fondly remember Dr. Johnny Fever a/k/a Howard Hesseman (RIP)
This week’s show has no theme, but you can’t expect great music unless you have great equipment.
It’s been a heck of a year, so let’s take a look back and count down the Greatest Hits of ’22.
Who listens to the radio? We explore this question with a four-part inquiry into the origins and history of radio.