The DJ issues a threat to the Zero Day Collective and plays a very special request. This episode features the song “Open Water” by Bless The Fall, from their album Hollow Bodies.
The Zombie Radio DJ digs up an old PSA from the fifties with a surprising theme! Get ready to duck and cover! This episode features the fantastic band Nothing More. Check ‘em out…no…just go ahead and purchase their latest album, Continue reading
The DJ gets a surprise call from she who would be queen of the Apocalypse. A gigantic thank you to the awesome author, Thea Gregory, for giving life to the voice of Bethany! Featured in today’s episode is the Horropops Continue reading
The Count DJula invades Zombie Radio and inspires a thought about the monsters of the apocalypse. Can I get a muhaha?
The DJ goes on a goofy tare about safety and where you can go to hide from the horde.
In which the DJ ponders the possibility of zombies from space. Grab your popping corn and cuddle up for a bit of B Scifi deliciousness. Stereophonic Hor-O-rama!
The DJ dishes out another helping of zombie survival tips to help the Zombie Radio Nation arrive alive! Featured in this edition is a band carved from a stone called awesome. The Birthday Massacre is one of Canada’s finest goth-esque Continue reading
It’s the end of the world and the DJ is losing his religion. Give a listen and hear different religious views on how the apocalypse will come about. This episode features Concrete Blonde. Purchase music by this awesome 90s band Continue reading
The DJ ponders which bands and musical artists will survive the apocalypse. Is your favorite band listed? Listen to the ultra-sensual, 3D-aural-orama voice-only track by clicking the play button above or, if you’re oh so visually inclined, watch the video Continue reading
The DJ receives a letter from a long time fan about re-tooling the way we think in order to survive the apocalypse. This Zombie Radio podcast features the song World Weary, by The Fixx. The song is from the out-of-print Continue reading
The DJ ponders if the apocalypse is, indeed, the fix for stupid. This podcast spotlights Rush and their song “Chemistry” (you remember…the class you all failed in high school!) Get your Rush fix on Amazon.com now.
The DJ discusses the now-defunct debate about slow or fast zombies. On which side of the fence do fall? Or are you dead? Or undead? Today’s podcast features the band Red. Check them out on Amazon.com.
In which the DJ comes up with a few good post apocalyptic zombie titles of undead lovin’. Cue the groovy wackachicka.
The DJ ponders what tools he might have in his garage to fend off the undead horde.
The DJ ponders how the violence of the early 2000s in America and wonders why the militias haven’t gathered to take down the undead threat.
In which the DJ drops some Hamlet due to his lack of sleep. Let’s all get Elizabethan on the apocalypse!
In which the DJ reads an inspiring passage from the Blog of Bethany Nitshimi. Featured in the podcast is a small piece of background music written by Jack Wallen as well as the Caused To Be Alarmed by The Fixx.
The DJ ponders the spine-shrinking thought of angsty teens running the world. Hit the Play button and enjoy…muh friennnnnnnndzzzah. Spotlight on The Human League song “I’m Only Human”.
In which the DJ ponders possible post-apocalyptic music genres that might rise from the ashes. Featured band is A Skylit Drive and their song Wires And The Concept of Breathing (from the album of the same name). Make sure to Continue reading
The ONE (Look out Neo), Bethany Nitshimi sends in a request to dedicate a song. You’ll be surprised at who it’s for. Mu. Ha. Ha. Today’s podcast features Eyes Set to Kill and a song from their latest release, Masks. Continue reading