Freeform transmissions from Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard on Dublab. Tune in November 15th for our four-hour broadcast from 4-8 PM Pacific, featuring Topical Malady in the first hour, Range and Basin in the second, Doom and Gloom from the Tomb, and to close, One Kind Favor: Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders, our collaboration with the Jerry Garcia Family.
This is Scorpio Drifting: A Range and Basin supplemental mixable for days and nights when the veil is thin. Beautiful and dread-filled songs to take you through spooky season and on through to the other side.
On his forthcoming EP You Are Here, Los Angeles-based Lodge 49 composer and songwriter Andrew Carroll offers up a cinematic set of psychedelic pop songs—think Pet Sounds re-envisioned as a soundtrack to a lost noir gem, its character lurking in shadows cast against golden California light. Tonight on Range and Basin, part of the monthly Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard broadcast on Dublab, he joined host Jason P. Woodbury to share an advance listen of his new songs, which are presented here for advance listening ahead of their release October 30th.
Originally aired October 18th, this edition of Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard on Dublab features an episode of Chad DePasquale’s New Happy Gathering in the first hour, followed by Range and Basin, Doom and Gloom From the Tomb, and Personal Sky.
The third episode of Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard, our monthly four-hour broadcast every third Sunday of the month, is now archived for on-demand listening at Dublab. Originally aired September 20th, this edition features a special presentation of Aquarium Drunkard’s Lagniappe Sessions in the first hour, followed by Range and Basin, Doom and Gloom From the Tomb, and Personal Sky. Individual shows are archived for our Patreon supporters.
The second episode of Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard, our monthly four-hour broadcast every third Sunday of the month, is now archived for on-demand listening at Dublab. Originally aired August 16th, this edition features an episode of William Tyler’s Sea of Glass in the first hour, followed by Range and Basin, Doom and Gloom From the Tomb, Personal Sky and then a bonus episode of The Tonight Zone closing out the session. Individual shows are archived for our Patreon supporters.
Shortly after lockdown we launched Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard — a 24/7 quarantine companion. After two months on-air, the experiment morphed into a monthly 4-hour program at Dublab. Tune in this Sunday at 4pm Pacific, with AD deejays along with special guest William Tyler.
Here’s a taste from May — episode two of In Sheep’s Clothing. Cole Kinnear is the selector.
Now available for streaming: Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard’s July 2020 broadcast, featuring an opening invocation by AD founder Justin Gage, Jason P. Woodbury’s Range and Basin, Tyler Wilcox’s Doom and Gloom From The Tomb, and Marty Sartini Garner’s Personal Sky.
RFAD lives—again! We’re pleased to announce the return of our freeform Radio Free Aquarium Drunkard transmissions via Dublab. Airing as a four-hour block every third Sunday of the month, RFAD on Dublab features Tyler Wilcox’s Doom and Gloom from the Tomb, Marty Sartini Garner’s Personal Sky, Jason P. Woodbury’s Range and Basin, alongside rotating shows and programming from Aquarium Drunkard friends, collaborators, and confidants. Things kick off Sunday, July 19th at 4 PM Pacific Time with a presentation by Aquarium Drunkard founder Justin Gage.
Weird times, strange signals. Worldwide online audio balm. 24/7 pirate radio.
For heads, by heads. Alone together, floating in the ether. Radio Free AD is the culmination of 15 years of gathering and contextualizing sounds from around the globe. Expect: a continuous stream of AD selects—including loads of rare recordings not available via streaming services—specialty shows from close confidants and comrades / label highlights / artist spotlights / global guest DJ digs / interviews / listener requests & beyond.