KFAI archives all locally produced programs for at least two weeks. Listen to your favorite KFAI shows whenever you choose! Archives should upload to this site within two hours of the end of the program. If you experience any problems with KFAI's archives, please email

11/14/2012 Modern Kicks

Finally. A return to normal for the program with no special election coverage or holiday themed playlist to contend with. Just two hours of good ol’ fashioned “regular music.” Whatever THAT means.

Check out this exciting two-hour set of new music — including new songs from SUMMER GIRLFRIENDS, THE EERIES, WARM SODA, G. GREEN and HOT FREAK NATION.

11/14/2012 Echo Chamber

Tonight we filled the first hour with a bunch of new stuff, then shifted gears and filled most of the rest of the program with all Jamaican music. This has been an annual tradition for some time – doing an all Jamaican show in early November in remembrance of my late Jamaican father-in-law Robert. The new music included excellent releases from Soothsayers, Rod Anton & the Ligerians, Anthony B, U-Roy, Aldubb, Steve Steppa, and Sangue Bom. And the all-JA mix for Robert included: The Heptones & Sound Dimension, Niney the Observer, The Mighty Diamonds, Prince Buster & Lee Perry, Junior Byles, Augustus Pablo, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Burning Spear, Bunny Lee & the Aggrovators, Wingless Angels (feat. Justin Hinds), Desmond Dekker, Lloyd’s All Stars, Cherine Anderson, Omar Perry, Sly & Robbie, Jesse Royal, Don Corleone, Jackie Mittoo, Scientist, Barry Brown & U-Mike, Dillinger, Dennis Brown, Tony Tuff, King Jammy, Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus, and Oku Onoura.

11/14/2012 The Morning Blend
11/14/2012 Democracy Now
Dawn Avery: Indian cellist, Rhianna Yazzie: Indian playwright
11/14/2012 Stone Soup
11/14/2012 Global Beat

Cuba dominates the first hour of Global Beat – then we go to the Mideast, upon hearing of Israel’s attack on the Gaza.

11/14/2012 Freewheelin'

New releases by Sean Rowe, Colin Linden, Jim Byrnes, Lindi Ortega, Scrapomatic, Chris Knight, Malcolm Holcombe, and Charlie Peacock. Haven’t heard of some of thes artists? So what? Give them a listen on the archive. It’s fun to learn about new artists…maybe you’ll discover someone you like. Click “Episode Details” to see the playlist for the show and link into the archive.

11/14/2012 House Party
11/14/2012 Free Speech Radio News
11/14/2012 Listening Lounge
11/14/2012 Art Matters
11/14/2012 MinneCulture

KFAI’s Andy Driscoll produced this radio documentary on Penumbra Theatre Company only Twin Cities theater producing plays by, of and for the African-American community.

11/14/2012 Radio Pocho
November 14-Click on "Episode Details" to listen to the show.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012