Larry the Duck | email
Weekdays 6 am - 9 am ET
Saturdays 5 pm - 8 pm ET
Sundays 1 pm - 4 pm ETLarry The Duck's been a DJ since alternative rock's 1st Wave. He's interviewed Duran Duran, Erasure, The Psychedelic Furs, John Lydon and P.I.L., The Ramones, Patti Smith, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Robert Smith and more, but his favorite interview? "Jim Henson!"
Madison | email
Weekdays 9 am - 3 pm ETMadison regrets to admit her first concert was Julian Lennon. As to being a DJ she says, "I was too ugly to be in the movies,” however Howard Stern himself has told her she’s cute. If she weren't a DJ, she'd be a babysitter... or a hooker. Her worst job? "I was a chimney sweep. God, that sucked."
Richard Blade | email
Weekdays 3 pm - 9 pm ET
Saturdays 11 am - 5 pm ET
Sundays 4 pm - 10 pm ETGoogle Richard Blade and you'll find several sites about the best of the '80s. He was instrumental in breaking many new wave bands, including Duran Duran, Depeche Mode and Tears For Fears. More recently, he co-produced VH1's Bands Reunited and he still holds out for the impossible: a Smiths reunion.
Swedish Egil | email
Mondays - Thursdays 9 pm - 3 am ETYes, Swedish Egil really is Swedish. He's collected more than 50,000 recordings and is known for his incomparable music knowledge. In Sweden he pumped gas, but he moved to the U.S. in the '70s, becoming a booking agent to major nightclubs and starting his radio career. And his favorite interview? "Moby."
Darrin Smith | email
Saturdays 8 am - 11 am ET
Sundays 10 am - 1 pm ETAs a child, Darrin was interviewing visitors to his house with a toy microphone. Now, Darrin is behind the microphone introducing classic alternative tunes every weekend.
Dave Kendall | email
Fridays 9 pm - 3 am ETDave created, produced and hosted MTV's 120 Minutes, helping to bring Midnight Oil, Sinead O'Connor, The Cure and more to a mainstream audience. He's hung with Depeche Mode and U2, but his favorite memory is of traipsing around Tijuana with Johnny Rotten, trying on dresses in the pouring rain. Ahh...
Sundays 10 pm - 1 am ETMatt Sebastian, a veteran journalist and former music critic, launched SlicingUpEyeballs.com in 2009 to celebrate the legacy of '80s college, modern and indie rock – music that paved the way for the alt-rock revolution. With a collection of thousands of records, CDs and cassettes, Matt publishes news items daily about new album releases, reissues, box sets, tours, reunions and other activity by ’80s college rock bands.