Music Quarterly

Longing for Night

Meet the Producers

What Remains

Armstrong's Revenge

VENGEANCE IS SUBLIME!

Highway Ambition

Riding the Fader

The Past Takes It Back

Riding the Line

PRANKS!

Behind a Glowing Television

Forget the Producer

Allan Steed's Little Boom Box

When She Backs Up She Beeps

Nitedrive

Let's Get Ready to Rumble

The Two Together Couldn't Ruin It

TV Without Pictures

Prank #3: Fan vs. Band Vengeance

One Hundred Shades of Blue

Loud Motherfucker

Same Shade of Blue

Prank #4: Band vs. Audience Vengeance

Infrared

CD Review Revue

Among the Ghosts

Prank #5: Intra-Band Vengeance

Que venga la noche

Movie Review Revue

Fan Mail: An End to the Discussion

KPLU 88.5 FM
www.kplu.org

An NPR station based out of Pacific Lutheran University offering The Art of Jazz, a great afternoon of mostly 1920s-'40s recordings, hosted by Ken Wiley. (Sundays 3-6 pm).

KEXP 90.3 FM
www.kexp.org

Still the best station in town despite Paul Allen's grubby mitts. A few recommendations: Street Sounds (Sundays 6-8 pm) with DJ Kutfather remains the only FM source for underground hiphop in the city; Jack Straw Productions broadcasts live performances by local bands on The Live Room (Saturdays 8-9 pm), and experimental music on Sonarchy Radio (Saturdays 11 pm-midnight); and Greg Vandy's The Roadhouse (Wednesdays 6-9 pm) plays excellent "roots rock, blues, and Americana" by the likes of Fred Eaglesmith, Lucinda Williams, Blind Boys of Alabama, and Whiskeytown.

KBCS 91.3 FM
www.kbcs-fm.org

Bellevue Community College has international folk and American music covered better than any station in Seattle, with programs dedicated to reggae, African pop, and Hawaiian music (to name a few), plus hours of R&B, jazz, blues, and soul. Flipside Fifties (Saturdays 5-7 pm) is two hours of lesser-known R&B and rockabilly, followed by "the sounds that shaped soul music" with Bob Anthony on One Step Beyond (Saturdays 7-9 pm). ALSO: Brazilian music and culture on Raizes (Saturdays 2-4 pm); Bessie Smith, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, and others on Womanotes (Wednesdays 7-9 pm); Bluegrass Ramble (Sundays noon-4 pm).

KUOW 94.9 FM
www.kuow.org

"Seattle's NPR News and Information Station™" shuts down whitey's water-cooler chitchat factory. Hosted for 20 years by Cynthia Doyon, locally produced The Swing Years and Beyond (Saturdays 7 pm-midnight) is five crackling hours of big band and swing from the late 1920s to late 1950s.

KING 98.1 FM
www.king.org

Ford Thaxton plays highbrow music for lowbrows--movie soundtracks, including new releases and classics, from Gladiator to Jaws--on Soundtrack Cinema (Saturdays 10-11 pm).

KISW 99.9 FM (Entercom)
www.kisw.com

A decade and a half late, but just in time for the coming years of snarling commuter hell, Howard Stern (weekdays 6-10 am) is the edgy morning show that the edgy morning show you're listening to has been ripping off. Poorly.

KQBZ 100.7 FM (Entercom)
listen.to/thebuzz

Demented co-hosts Little Johnny Seattle and Scotty Crane spew forth an hour of bathroom humor and sketch comedy on Outpatient Radio's Shaken, Not Stirred (Saturdays 9-10 pm).

KZOK 102.5 FM(Infinity Radio)
www.kzok.com

One. Full. Hour. Of. Zeppelin. Lunch with Led (Saturdays noon-1 pm).

KWRM 106.9 FM (Sandusky Radio)
www.warm1069.com

A pleasure so guilty it should die by lethal injection, Lovesongs with Delilah (weeknights/Sundays 7 pm-midnight) is five addictive hours of "soft favorites" (read: Peter Cetera) selected by Delilah in response to listeners' unbelievably melodramatic sob stories.

KNDD 107.7 FM (Entercom)
www.1077theend.com

Jason Hughes and Adam "Reverend Adumb" Green keep tabs on local music on The Young and the Restless (Sundays 9-11 pm), with live performances and interviews of NW artists.

KNWX 770 AM (Entercom)
www.770knwx.com

With the departure of CBS Radio Mystery Theater from NPR, Imagination Theater (Saturdays 9-10 pm) is all Seattle has approximating Golden Age-style radio drama. Includes the all-new Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

KIXI 880 AM (Sandusky Radio)
www.kixi.com

Longtime Sinatra pal Sid Mark plays live and rare recordings on Sounds of Sinatra (Sundays 1-3 pm), the only such program authorized by the Chairman himself. Preceded by 1940s big band and swing on Sunday Brunch (Sundays 11 am-1 pm).

KOMO 1000 AM (Fisher Broadcasting)
www.komoradio.com

Conspiracists and truth-seekers are treated to eight full hours of near-death experience, UFO cover-ups, and spontaneous human combustion with The Quest (weeknights 7-10 pm) and Coast to Coast with Art Bell (weeknights 10 pm-3 am).

KYCW 1090 AM (Infinity Radio)
phone: 805-1100

Classic country and western music, the sort that don't get played on FM no more: George Jones, Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, George Strait, Waylon Jennings, Charley Pride, and Tammy Wynette, made all the more charming by having to wrap tin foil around your antenna to hear it. Legends of Country (Saturdays 9 am-noon) profiles one artist each week, along with influential country music from the '40s through the '70s.

KSRB 1150 AM (Sandusky Radio)
www.1150ksrb.com

Devoted entirely to old soul, KSRB plays five hours of soul and R&B every night on the Soul Food Cafe (weeknights 9 pm-2 am), plus gospel from 8 am-5 pm on Sundays. The week is rounded out with an additional 136 hours of soul. Damn, that's a lot of soul.