It's always dusk at The Drive-In Lounge and the show is about to start! We're a very unique online radio station featuring an eclectic mix of tunes from lounge & exotica to retro modern artists, vintage rarities and classic movie music. You'll also hear trailers from some of the worst Z-grade films that ever slithered their way on to the giant screen, along with tasty intermission snack bar ads! It's retro-vintage hip! It's The Drive-In Lounge! We're always commercial-free!
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RETRO-VINTAGE HIP MUSIC!
Our lengthy playlist is updated often to keep things fresh & fun! Some of the great new & vintage artists you can expect to hear:
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PLAYING THIS MONTH!
"It's the picture they're all talking about!" Too bad they didn't actually go see it. "Monster a-go go" was possibly the most confusing monster movie ever made which, of course, made it perfect for a classic MST3K episode!
Listen in to lounge Lothario Koop Kooper's terrific radio shows, 'The Cocktail Nation' & 'Evenings at the Penthouse'. Each week from high atop his penthouse bachelor pad in Sydney, Australia, he brings you the best in lounge & exotica music, swank advice, interesting guests, and the latest goings on in the retro world!
'The Cocktail Nation' - Saturdays & Tuesdays
'Evenings at the Penthouse' - Sundays & Thursdays
All shows air at NOON & 7PM (Los Angeles Time).
Due to a radio-active accident beyond human understanding, mild-mannered nerd Reginald Finkelblatt has been transformed into "Atomic Reggie"! He now toils as guardian of The Drive-In Lounge, bringing you amazing music with a side of Z-movie trailers, and vintage snack bar ads for your listening enjoyment!
Artist of the Month
With their dusky vocal harmonies and love of twangy '50s rock, England's Ruen Brothers have a sound that harks back to a rock & roll past, but with a modern urgency. Showcasing the talents of lead singer/rhythm guitarist Henry Stansall and singer/lead guitarist Rupert Stansall, the Ruen Brothers (an amalgam of their first names) grew up playing Johnny Cash and Everly Brothers covers in local pubs. Over time, they developed their distinctive sound, balancing mid-century rock traditions with noir-ish lyrics and a style rife with a David Lynch-ian theatricality. Emerging in London in 2013 with their rockabilly-tinged single "Aces," the brothers caught the attention of Republic Records. From there, they moved to the States, where they recorded their debut album with legendary producer Rick Rubin. - Matt Collar, Allmusic.com
Listen for the latest music by the 'Ruen Brothers' this month, here on The Drive-In Lounge!