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KRCL Radiothon: Maximum Distortion

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In case you haven't noticed the pledge-pleads between tunes, KRCL 90.9 is in the middle of Fall Radiothon, that most wonderful time of the year when community radio actually wants to hear from the community. --- City Weekly's own Jamie Gadette, now KRCL's 6-10 am DJ, had the timing foresight to join the station right before it began--we think she's home with a beg-hangover now.

Of all KRCL's programs, few pour in the time and personal resources that Wednesday's all-metal-all-night Maximum Distortion does: Forgach & Cody D print up merchandise for every Radiothon on their own dime, giving away T-shirts (for pledges of $30) that are cooler than most commercial stations' gear. The Fall 2009 line is the most handsome yet, a white/grey skull 'n' wings design atop the mandatory black tee. Suck it, Ed Hardy.

Maximum Distortion is on tonight, 10:30 pm-1 am--call in, make a pledge, get a T-shirt and show the hippies and hipsters how Metal gets things done. That's a mighty big (but very neatly-folded for metalheads) pile ...

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