2013 International Record Store Day – Long Playing Extended Edition

Here’s the 2013 edition of the Long Playing Extended Record Store Show stuffed to the gills with musical suggestions and useful info for celebrating International Record Store Day. Join J. Hoskins & John Howarth as they feature music from Emitt Rhodes, Kieran Leonard, Babe Ruth, Warren Zevon and the J. Geils Band, plus a few … Read more2013 International Record Store Day – Long Playing Extended Edition

The International Record Store Day Show, Part 2

Okay it’s finally here, the 2nd part of the extended long playing record show 2012 edition, in which hosts J Hoskins and John Howarth continue spinning out the tunes from Yes, Ryan Adams and former Sharks and Baker Gurtvitz Army vocalist, Snips.  They also take a moment to give out some props to Toronto’s Sunrise … Read moreThe International Record Store Day Show, Part 2

RE-BROADCAST: The Record Store Day Shows and an Update From Our Host

Having been informed of the sudden end of the seven year run of Rue Morgue Radio, which aired their last transmission this past weekend, I thought it’s a appropriate time to come clean about some recent developments. First Let’s make it perfectly clear, the “Irrelevant Rock & Roll & Music Show” is not going off … Read moreRE-BROADCAST: The Record Store Day Shows and an Update From Our Host

Special Episode for International Record Store Day

Just in time to join in for the celebrations for this year’s International Record Store Day on April 16th, Krafty and J finally unveil the long talked about but until now, never heard Record Store Day show. A show so epic it had to be delivered in two parts… Both halves taking you on a bricks and … Read moreSpecial Episode for International Record Store Day

A Note From The Producers & The Record Store Show

Lets face it, some shows take longer to put together than others. The time it takes to confirm facts, and in some cases locate the music we want you to hear, usually takes a lot longer than we expect. The show we did on the early Toronto alternative music scene, “Your Punk Roots are Showing,” was a … Read moreA Note From The Producers & The Record Store Show