The Itch

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.

Recent Episodes

Short Cuts

March Bandness: And The Winner Is...

April 8, 2021

The results are in, the upsets left us shook, and March Bandness is complete! Over the last month, …

Tributes

E47 Movies That Rock and Garbage Films With Great Soundtracks

April 5, 2021

We must'n't dwell... not on Rex Manning Day ! (It's April 8th, specifically, so put that in your br…

Interviews

E46 A Conversation with Matty Madiro of From Ashes to New

March 29, 2021

In this episode, The Itch is joined by Matty Madiro, the drummer of From Ashes to New , whose third…

Guest: Matty Madiro
Album Reviews

E45 The Unknown Future of Chevelle

March 22, 2021

In honor of Chevelle 's winding, space travel-themed new album NIRATIAS , The Itch presents its mos…

Short Cuts

[Short Cuts] Finding Love at Flogging Molly

March 17, 2021

Happy St. Patty's from The Itch! We hope you enjoyed our chat with The Struggling Artist on Boston …

Interviews

E44 A Conversation with Blake Bedsaul of SAUL

March 15, 2021

SAUL 's Rise As Equals was not only one of the best debut albums of 2020, but it was one of our top…

Guest: Blake Bedsaul
Interviews

E43 Boston Punk and Beyond with Trev Allen of The Struggling Artist

March 8, 2021

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, The Itch is joined by our friend Trev Allen of The Struggling A…

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.