LuxuriaMusic DJ Profiles


DJ JDub (John Walsh)

 John Walsh (DJ JDub) - Outrage Radio – Thursdays 9-11 PM PT 

John has been running around in the underground music/club scene since his early teens in the Northern California Bay Area. He cut his teeth in radio during college where he dj’d for four years, was the loud rock director, and later music director of the school station. After moving to Los Angeles he worked in various music industry positions, prompting him to launch an online punk rock mail-order business. This eventually grew into a full time music distribution company that lasted for a decade. He also formed a record label (Uppercut Records) that released hard-hitting albums from wild and unruly rock n’ rollers such as The BellRays, The Goddamn Gentlemen, Simon Stokes, and The Flash Express. Outrage Radio is a show intent on blasting Garage, Punk, Rock, Soul, Heavy, Psych, and Alternative sounds. You will hear a lot of new music as well as older gems.

Lee Joseph

Lee JosephLee Joseph - Over Under Sideways Down  - Over Under Sideways Down
Wednesdays - 5 - 7 PM PT

Host Lee Joseph is a lifelong music fan, record collector, and sole force behind Dionysus Records, now in its' third decade. His love for music, records, and radio began before he can remember; somewhere there's an 8mm family film of Lee, not even a handful of digits old, carrying a 45. Over Under Sideways Down reflects his wide scope of musical tastes, spanning decades, and is billed as a variety of shows, not a variety show. Each show is themed; from week-to-week you'll hear solid blocks of exotica, r&b, soul, doo-wop, garage, instro/surf, freakbeat, psych, prog, hard rock, rockabilly, punk, power-pop and more including shows that explore record label discographies and regional/international scenes. Lee also features special guests; past guests include Jello Biafra, DJ Bonebrake, Keith Morris, Robert Drasnin (RIP), members of The Pandoras and visual artists Hudson Marquez and William Stout.

Agent Kari

DJ Agent KariAgent Kari - K.A.O.S. A-Go-Go - Fridays 7-9 PM

Agent Kari plays music that serves as a soundtrack to the groovy ’60s lifestyle she’s created for herself with clothing, interior design & a psychedelic mindset. On her LuxuriaMusic show, she spins songs that fall under her personal definition of Go Go—upbeat music that makes her want to shake it up in a chaotic and colorful fashion. She loves to dance, and that passion has led her to discover many of her musical selections.

For the past eleven years, this host of K.A.O.S a Go-Go (Kari’s Audio Orbit Shindig) has traveled undercover to 1960s-themed parties in Europe, performing/go go dancing under the alias Mata Kari. She focuses on 60’s garage and psych, especially tracks with fuzzy guitar & crazy organ grooves; but also likes freakbeat, funky soul, trippy rock, sexy soundtracks & jazzy library music. She gets especially turned on if any of the above are sung in a foreign tongue!

Paul Kennedy

Paul Kennedy - Nightscape - Wednesday -  3 - 5 PM PT

Paul Kennedy has been exposed to a variety of music since his childhood. His father was a jazz musician and a music teacher, so it was hard not to be interested in music. Paul's first experience with a turntable was at about age 8, spinning The Grand Canyon Suite on the family record player. Later, as a teenager, his interests moved to pop 60s music. The first record he bought was Between The Buttons by The Rolling Stones. In 1969, after joining the Navy, Paul was stationed in the Bay Area, where he took in concerts at the Fillmore West, Winterland, and The Family Dog.

Lina Lecaro

 Lina Lecaro - Hot Licks with Lina - Sundays, 2-4pm, PT 

Born and bred in Los Angeles, Lina Lecaro has been a music journalist for over two decades and a curator/DJ in the clubs for almost as long. She is the nightlife columnist (#LinaInLA) and music critic at LA Weekly, and her work can be seen in Noisy/Vice, Billboard, Yahoo, Playboy, Paper,, Paste, Consequence of Sound, Flavorwire, Buzzbands, Thrillist and LAist, to name just a few. She has written two books, “Los Angeles’ Best Dive Bars- Drinking and Diving in the City of Angels” and “Never Mind the Rules- An Alternative Dating Guide for Girls Who Wanna Rock.” She holds a BA in Journalism from CSUN and lives in Los Feliz, California with li’l rocker daughter Charlotte. She is also a nightlife and media maven tour guide at Air BnB, wherein she provides tours (#ExcessInTheCity) to LA’s best after dark fun for a nominal fee. She is a 70’s pop culture obsessive who collects vintage clothing, platforms, Rolling Stones (her favorite band) stuff and memorabilia. She’s a rock chick with a goth girl heart and a disco spirit.

Miriam Linna

Miriam Linna - Crashing the Party - Thursdays 3PM - 5PM PT
                          Waterloo Underground - Fridays 3PM-5PM PT

MIRIAM LINNA is the wax maven at New York record label, Norton Records and publisher of Kicks Books, both endeavors which exist to celebrate the unsung heroes of rock n' roll music. Miriam co-founded Norton Records with her late husband, Billy Miller. The pair were inspired to discover and issue unknown music that they had written about in Kicks magazine. Miriam loves to hoard, play, and rave about records, and is particularly hopped up about the Doo-Wop sounds of New York City and the inevitable and much wished-for KINKS REUNION! She lives in the borough she calls home, Brooklyn USA. 


Lina Litonjua

Lina Litonjua - The Michael Quercio Paisley Underground Consortium
Sundays 4:00 – 6:00 PM PT

Lina Litonjua (nee Sedillo)is a life-long L.A. native from Wilmington, CA. Lina was a founding member of I.U.D., the first all-girl techno-punk band that no one had actually heard, but many claimed to have seen perform. Following that, she was bassist for San Pedro post-punk band, Peer Group, who were not well-known outside of San Pedro, but did once open for a 9-year old at the World Famous Whisky a Go-Go, as well as play in a few one-shot musical combos featuring Michael Quercio and Mike Watt. She also worked for seminal Los Angeles punk band, The Plugz, and for their label Fatima Records, and was an active scenester of the burgeoning L.A. Punk scene of the late 70s/early 80s. She made a brief name for herself for creating a line of band pins made entirely out of pills, which she pithily dubbed “Pill Pinz”. Lina also produced the very first large scale punk show at Los Angeles Harbor College, starring The Plugz, a show which turned out to be the official debut of The Minutemen. You’re welcome!

Marc Miller

Marc Miller - Crashing the Party- Thursdays 3PM - 5PM PT
                      Waterloo Underground- Fridays 3PM - 5PM PT

MARC MILLER has spent most of his life in and around music. He started buying records at age five. He's a little older now and shows no signs of quitting. After managing record stores in high school and college, Marc landed a job at famed WBCN, Boston when he was 19. There he was the Music Director and a DJ in addition to being a producer.  Marc left Boston to help put WXRK (K-Rock, New York) on the air for which he is still doing penance. There he was a DJ, Assistant Program Director, and morning show producer. After a few years he gratefully accepted an offer to help start up MUZE, a music database company where he stayed for 20 years. He and his records reside in an undisclosed location in New England.


Vanni "W. Paul" Parmigiani

Vanni "W. Paul" Parmigiani  - Easitaly!  - Sunday from 10 - 11 PM PST

The project " IL FACILE DUO" was born from the collaboration between Robert Passera and Vanni "W.Paul" Parmigiani. Together with two members of “The Transistors” (ErMan and Luke) as well as Giorgio Caffino and Lady Vanilla, “IL FACILE DUO” were active on the Internet from early 2000 to September 2002. They broadcast pure easy-listening mixed programmes and news from the cocktail/lounge-world on the website


Robert Passera

Robert Passera  - Easitaly!  - Sunday from 10 - 11 PM
The project " IL FACILE DUO" was born from the collaboration between Robert Passera and Vanni "W.Paul" Parmigiani. Together with two members of “The Transistors” (ErMan and Luke) as well as Giorgio Caffino and Lady Vanilla, “IL FACILE DUO” were active on the Internet from early 2000 to September 2002. They broadcast pure easy-listening mixed programmes and news from the cocktail/lounge-world on the website