West Coast Fog radio
Exhuming bygone sounds from the hazy golden age of California and beyond…
West Coast Fog 1/16/18
January 18, 2018 12:36 PM PST
William Ackerman, the Survivors, Stefan Weiser, Robbie Basho, Sumpin' Else, and all sorts of Western music and poetry journeyzzz from decades past!West Coast Fog 1/2/18
January 03, 2018 03:36 PM PST
First West Coast Fog of the year tonight 7-9 PM!
December 22, 2017 01:24 PM PST
Tune in for a trip back thru California musickal hystery. Barry Shrader, Joanna Brouk, C.T. Rabinowitz, Bed of Roses, Jonimah Bahlu!West Coast Fog 12/5/17
December 15, 2017 11:31 AM PST
All old California music! Peanut Butter Conspiracy! Purple Earthquake! Moby Grape! Bhagavan Das! Special Guru set! Kantele/Guitarsynth Journeyzzz!West Coast Fog 11/28/17
December 06, 2017 08:52 AM PST
Want aged California musick? You got it! The Rainmakers, A Cid Symphony, Cecelia, Love, Dennis Weisse, Savage Republic, Christian Flangists, etc. Plus Guitar Journeyzzz...West Coast Fog 11/21/17
November 26, 2017 01:20 PM PST
Listen inn t'night 7-9 PST. Hear me talk and play records by Anna Homler, Factory, Silverhorn, William Loughborough and other outre Californians from the late '50s to the '90s.West Coast Fog 11/7/17
November 09, 2017 05:31 PM PST
Hear theez hear theez... thune in toknight at 7 wild Calif. thyme
October 19, 2017 01:17 PM PDT
Toon Inn toknight at 7 fer 2 ours ov we'erd Calif. musick frum the pssst!
October 06, 2017 12:59 PM PDT
Day trips/night trips frum West Coast Fog!
September 27, 2017 08:21 PM PDT
Welcome back to the West Coast Fog!
Your host Erik Bluhm takes you on an audio tour of the West you might be unaware of, visiting obscure moments in musical history along the way. You might hear folk rock and proto-raga rock 45 from the mid ‘60s, rural psychedelic private LP meanderings, self-released audio poetry, obscure history lessons, DIY art/synth and post punk sides, and/or experimental nothingness in tape form.
Bluhm was the editor of Great God Pan magazine (“the Champion of Californiana”) through the ‘90s and West Coast Fog may be seen as an aural extension of that venture.
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