A Day at the Flea Market

Where You Never What You're Going To Find.



A Day at the Flea Market was conceived under the notion that music and radio shows should not be pinned down to one or two genres. Many radio shows must stick to a plan or a core subset of music that they wave as their banner to listeners. A Day at the Flea Market waves a banner of rebellion to the norms, no one person should be required to pick a certain type of music that they like. Individuals enjoy different music at different times; listening to an hour show of straight indie or hip hop or insert whatever genre you find applies gets redundant quick.

A Day at the Flea Market comes from those values and the appreciation to the individuals who wave no banners and appreciate all types of great music. When I think of wandering around and never knowing what you’ll find a, flea market pops into my mind instantly. A Day at the Flea Market’s here to let the listeners wander through various musical genres and experience all different takes on how music can be produced. When you turn on the show you’ll never know what you’re going to find to listen too, come with an open mind and you may just discover music you never thought you would like.

‘I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.’
— Hunter S. Thompson