The Itch

The Itch

The Itch rock radio show has been on the air for 16 years. Now its hosts have entered the world of podcasting to bring rock news, reviews, and interviews exploring the deep connection between people and music. If it gets your head banging and your blood flowing, it's an itch we're here to scratch.

Recent Episodes

Interviews

E57 A Conversation with Dan Murphy of All Good Things

June 14, 2021

All Good Things is a band you may not have heard of, but you probably have heard . And despite the …

Guest: Dan Murphy
Album Reviews

E56 Trouble's Coming: Royal Blood and the Evolving Sounds of Rock

June 7, 2021

Royal Blood recently released Typhoons , their third full-length album. In it, they move slightly a…

Interviews Short Cuts

[Short Cuts] Bands Talking Bands with Nonpoint

June 3, 2021

As a thank you to every listener who made our conversation with Robb Rivera and Jason Zeilstra of N…

Interviews

E55 A Conversation with Robb & Jason of Nonpoint (Part 2)

May 31, 2021

The Itch 's conversation with Robb Rivera and Jason Zeilstra of Nonpoint continues! Join us as we d…

Interviews

E54 A Conversation with Robb & Jason of Nonpoint (Part 1)

May 24, 2021

The Itch is about to get Ruthless ! Nonpoint dominated our March Bandness tournament, and then proc…

Album Reviews

E53 What Is Classic Rock? with Chill Pill Liz

May 17, 2021

In this episode, The Itch calls back to episode 49 , when we posed the question "What IS classic ro…

Album Reviews

E52 Let The Bad Times Roll: The Long-Awaited Return of The Offspring

May 10, 2021

It's our one-year podiversary! For the 52nd episode of the show, The Itch celebrates the return of …

About the Hosts

The Itch

The Itch rock radio show has been on the air for 17 years. Now its hosts have entered the world of podcasting to bring rock news, reviews, and interviews exploring the deep connection between people and music. If it gets your head banging and your blood flowing, we're here to scratch that itch.

Dan

Dan co-founded The Itch in a tiny room on the campus of Lindenwood University in February 2004 with one goal in mind: to rock as much of St. Louis as the signal would allow.

KC

KC inadvertently named the show when he misheard the station manager's advice to "find a niche" as "find an itch," to which he replied: "One that needs to be scratched."

Aaron

Aaron has spent half of The Itch's existence living in a different city, but found a way to bridge the gap with his Itch brethren by producing the podcast.