So, what started out as an experiment in 1970’s FM re-enactment has taken on a life of it’s own.
Campground Pirate Radio has a single mission in life and that’s to bring you the best unknown, unsigned or just plain forgotten about rockabilly, psychobilly, hot rod surf, ska and punk. Basically, if it annoys the crap outta most of your friends and family, then you’ll find it here in all its raging glory.
We’ll be playing the long tracks with no commercial interruptions. And, it ain’t for the squemish… so if a little reality and cussin’ turns you off… well, you’ve been warned.
First and foremost a note to all you down-trodden bands out there… you’ve got a home here. Give the shows a listen. If you think you can hang then you’re more than welcome to submit your music for consideration. I don’t give a crap about what your inspiration was or the political message you’re trying to send or even to the fact that you may have recorded it in your bedroom while flying on some good herb and pop rocks. If I like it, I’ll play it.
By the way, we’re also looking for pod correspondents. So if you’ve got an idea for a regular feature (keep it under 5 minutes, be funny and informative and submit your segment in either mp3, wav or aif format) then please send it to us.
Oh, and if there’s something you want to hear, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is your show, be a part of it!
Okay, the legal stuff…
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