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Remember terrestrial radio? Cool terrestrial radio? That doesn’t play Fergie and Fall Out Boy all day? It still exists; you just have to seek it out.

On Monday, Christmas Eve to all you non-Festivus revelers, Drenched in Blog will be sitting in from noon till 3 p.m. with Mr. Brad, the news director on the Gulf Coast Rocker, KACC 89.7 FM. We will be talking about all things awesome, including this past year in music, plus playing some of our favorite tracks from this year's best albums. I don't quite know yet how French dance-rock will jive with his Clutch and Back Door Slam, but it will be fun. We may even make an off-color joke…or seven. Tune in to hear what I sound like, so you can put a voice to all my sarcastic self-referential nonsense. I hear I sound like a tired Phillip Seymour Hoffman. – Craig Hlavaty

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