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Welcome to the Halloween Listening Party on FOTW Radio, an online radio station that runs all through October – with a special live broadcast on Halloween night.

We are currently in deep sleep mode, but we are still sending out a signal!

Have a listen, if you dare to our horror audio story ‘The Night Jeep‘ which we played on Halloween night.

Ways to listen

You can listen through the fantastic Radio Garden app (android / apple / browser)

Also through the TuneIn Radio app (android / apple)

You can also request the Halloween Listening Party through a smart speaker.

Hey, Google, play Halloween Listening Party

Alexa, play Halloween Listening Party

Song Requests

If you have a song request, send it in, and we’ll play it during October.

Submit securely through the form below, or by email.

Podcast and Past Shows

You can find past shows here.

We also have a podcast version floating around.

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You can follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Thanks to Dylan Hillerman of GuignolFest for the header image!

John Harrison and the Music of Creepshow

This November will mark the 40th anniversary of Creepshow, the legendary collaboration between writer Stephen King and director George A. Romero, a colorful tribute to the gory horror comics of the 1950s.

But the jewel in Creepshow‘s crown was the wonderful soundtrack created by composer-director John Harrison. 

Based around an original interview, hear how John grew up watching sci-fi movies at his local cinema, toured with R&B legend Roy Buchanan, connected with George Romero in Pittsburgh – and almost completely by accident – came to score one of the most exciting soundtracks in horror film history.

Playing every Friday night on FOTW Radio in your time zone!

More info and updates on the Music of Creepshow Facebook page.

GPS: Some places are best left unmapped!

Have you ever done something so stupid, that it’s left you completely afraid?

Barry Glidon, Rehan Khan and Mark McHugh have all done exactly this, by following their faulty GPS to a weird house, in a strange suburb, in the industrial west of Sydney.

“GPS: Some places are best left unmapped!” is an original horror audio story first broadcast on the 2018 Halloween Listening Party.

Featuring an original synthwave soundtrack by Kimberly Henninger and Shawn Parke, as well as music by Irving Force, Machinegewehr + Gees Voorhees, Guy Tallo, Dynatron, Dance with the Dead, Europaweite Aussichten, Deru and Daniel Deluxe.

Photo of GPS audio cassette release

Available now as a Cassette or Digital release through Bandcamp.

Support the Halloween Listening Party!

FOTW Radio is a completely volunteer-run station. And if you’d like to support us, you can buy one of our original spooky audio stories for name your price!

We also have a high quality ‘FOTW Radio’ t-shirt (modelled here by my wonderful sister-in-law Amber) printed Down under on durable ethically sourced AS Colour T-shirts.

This year, we will donate 50% of all funds raised to the Literacy for Life Foundation, which is an Australian Aboriginal-run charity training Aboriginal people to bring literacy to their communities.

Halloween song requests!