Soundtrack to your Halloween
Scare up some Halloween fun with spooky stories and classic countdowns, exclusive DJ performances, and guest tracks perfect for haunting any house.
SiriusXM is once again getting you in the mood for Halloween with the return of SCREAM Radio. Mixing spooky sound effects and music, the annual channel is perfect for setting the tone for Halloween. Hear screams, howls, cackles, and more on SCREAM Radio beginning on October 15.
Airs: 10/31 at 7 am ET
Enter Spyder Harrison’s Haunted House, where he and his pal Mickey the Wonder Pup count down the biggest songs in North America. Expect some spooky surprises and Halloween hits, but… will they escape with all the candy?
Join Senior Master SoulCycle Instructor Sue Molnar for an at-home fitness and dance party set to a different theme each week! This week we’re celebrating Halloween with spooky music as Sue shares her tricks to help you sweat off those extra treats.
Airs: 10/30 at 9 pm ET
Sugar Ray lead singer Mark McGrath plays ‘90s music connected with a theme, and for the end of October it’s Halloween songs, from Danny Elfman with the unofficial Halloween theme, to MC Hammer, and more.
Airs: 10/31 at 11 am ET
Take a look at old photos of past Halloweens as we take you down memory lane and count down some of the biggest & spookiest hits from the early 2000s to get you into the Halloween spirit all weekend long!
Airs: 10/30 at 5 pm ET
The band will host a Pulse song each hour that makes you celebrate Halloween! They’ll share their costume ideas, and what they plan to due first when Covid ends!
Airs: 10/30 at 11 pm ET
Peter “The Psychedelic Count” Zaremba will be playing songs from Halloween “Hall of Famers” Baron Daemon & the Vampires, the Satanics, Don Hinson & the Rigormorticians, and Bobby “Boris” Pickett.
Phish radio dives deep into the band’s Halloween history with new exclusive commentary from each band member, revisiting their musical costume album covers, and classic Halloween performances from the archives.
Airs: 10/30 - 11/1
DMB Radio exclusively premieres the band’s never-heard-before first-ever Halloween performance, an unreleased show from 1992. Also featuring standout versions of ‘”Halloween” throughout the weekend.
Airs: 10/27 at 8 pm ET
Billy Idol’s “Live Transmission” punks up your Halloween with an hour of classic alternative and punk from Sex Pistols, The Smiths, and more!
Airs: 10/29 at 9 pm ET
Listen for blocks composed of throwback tracks from Dashboard Confessional, Fall Out Boy, Death Cab For Cutie, My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
10/29 at 12 pm ET (I Prevail) 10/29 at 3pm ET (Ice Nine Kills) 10/29 at 6 pm ET (I Prevail) 10/29 at 9 pm ET (Ice Nine Kills)
Hear exclusive interviews with I Prevail & Ice Nine Kills before we play live performances from their upcoming albums.
Airs: 10/30 at 9 am ET
We’re highlighting the best bands that “dressed up as other bands” for a Halloween Costume Covers Contest! Octane let the fans vote on their favorite Hard Rock cover songs and we’re playing them back all weekend.
The Devil has inspired (and some say created) Heavy Metal music, so this Halloween weekend, Liquid Metal will feature music under the influence of demonic forces. Behemoth frontman and Satanist Nergal hosts.
Airs: 10/30 at 6 pm ET
Shade 45 circles back to 2011 when Eminem and Royce 5’9” AKA Bad Meets Evil ran down some of their favorite Halloween cuts. Hear tracks from Big L, D-12, Dana Dane, Three 6 Mafia, Dr. Dre & Ice Cube, and more.
Airs: 10/31 at 12 pm ET
Soul Town is playing 15 of the scariest titles from the classic soul and Motown era, including: “Evil Ways,” “I Put A Spell On You,” “Holy Ghost,”, “Superstition,” “Midnight Hour,” “Cold Sweat,” and more.
Airs: 10/31 at 12 pm ET
Global Dance Trio Major Lazer celebrate the release of their album Music Is The Weapon! Hear a performance captured from their drive-in show in California and hear them discussing tracks along with collaborators.
Gilbert Gottfried and Storme Warren will do a “Who Read It Better” two-sentence scary stories. Storme will also do a TikTok video “Bob For Apples” and encourage people to compete with him via the “duet” feature.
Bluegrass music is already famous for dark songs, and we’re hauling out as many as we can find. Murder, mayhem, and mountain ghosts will be everywhere, so be ready!
We’ll start with Christine Pedi, the Woman of 1000 Voices, whose many characters will be showing up between songs. Then, Seth Rudetsky will tell stories of the ghosts and haunted theatres of Times Square.