If it’s rock music you’re looking for, WRTC is the place.
We were one the first stations in the Hartford area to play rock music and today, we air more than 40 hours a week of a wide range of rock styles. Back in the 70s, Alien Rock was one of the first programs in the state to introduce progressive, art and punk rock to listeners.
A unique mix can be found on a daily and yes — nightly basis with formats constantly changing. Be prepared to be surprised…
NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND
Host: Brian Sinclair
SUNDAY NIGHT ROCKS
SUNDAY NIGHT ALTERNATIVE
THE DEVO ROCK SHOW
Devo said the show features all kinds of rock music, from old to new.
HARTFORD’S STILL DOOMED
Host: The Pseudo Chef
If it was released anywhere from 1965 and the present, you’ll find it here. A wide range of rock — specially catered to meet an equally wide range of tastes. Try a sample.
Host: Graham Warnock
BORIS ROCK SHOW
Covering five decades of rock ‘n’ roll where boundaries are no issue! Hefty servings of classic rock merge with the latest in adult alternative. CD giveaways and trivia every week! Now in his 12th year at WRTC, Boris’ roots are in the past, but he’s always looking forward!
Host: O.L. From The Basement
Since 2000, O.L. has provided a diverse range of music from the latest underground techno, techo-house and electronic, but he never shies away from the classics. Looking for the full spectrum from “melodic” Detroit to industrial droning sounds, this program delivers the goods.
Host: “Weird” Joe Soucy
From ABBA to Zappa, ok just kidding about ABBA, but fear not, we’re talking about an assortment of rock-oriented sounds: from straight-up rock, punk, shoegaze, drone and plain old noise. Warning: the shows are never pre-planned, so it’s a surprise for the host, too.
Host: Reynolds the Psychedelic Warlord
When it comes to defining “full spectrum” look no farther than this aural soundscape that airs on alternating Thursdays. Rooted in varied rock styles from the late 60s to the present, but really keying on the bands and artists
For more than four decades, Reynolds has shared a keen insight and wealth of knowledge for what is widely viewed as “underground” music. This is one of only a handful of true progressive rock programs in the country. “It’s like Bach, Mozart and Beethoven to me,” Reynolds says of prog rock, “timeless music that people will love.”
Host: Brian Pistolese
Hosts: Kyra, Fiona and Hunter
DUCK, YOU SUCKER!
What even was music? Did it ever exist?
Emily W. & Luisa L