Guerrilla Radio Explained
Guerrilla Radio is hard and heavy underground alternative rock radio broadcasting free and without commercials on the Internet since 2008.
The legend and power of Guerrilla Radio was resurrected in song by R.A.T.M. in the mid 1990's, but the concept actually originated more than 50 years earlier at the dawn of World War II.
The term 'Guerrilla Radio' stems from at least as early as 1941, when Filipino guerrilla fighters facing the Imperial Japanese 14th Army (massively outgunned and on the verge of annihilation) used radio for the first time in a full scale resistance to communicate and effectively co-ordinate with 'The Allies' trying to supply and rescue the islands.
Since the early days of WWII, Guerrilla Radio has been synonymous with underground communication and the ability of technology to empower the underdog in any given fight. Unfortunately, the fight today is as grave as ever.
Today's enemy is auto-tuned pop divas, barking dog metal vocalists, the recording industry in general, the music press specifically, and some horrifying band of devils who go by the dangerously misleading moniker of 'Fun'.
At Guerrilla Radio™, we proudly carry the torch of the most historic and influential name in underground radio into the 21st century. This alternative source of information and audio artillery has found a new home in the age of the Internet since we launched the mother ship GuerrillaRadio.com in 2008.
Guerrilla MMA is the combat sports division under the Guerrilla Radio umbrella. Along with sister sites Guerrilla Surf and Guerrilla Lacrosse, they are the seedlings of the Guerrilla Sports Company.
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