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9/12/2013 In Your Ear
9/12/2013 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

9/12 in a nutshell…

By way of celebrating The Selecter’s Fri. the 13th appearance at the Cedar, the “Ooh” stepped about a decade-and-a-half out of character and blasted the show wide open with a set of classic 2Tone-era oldies, including one from The Specials’ BBC sessions which drops a colorful British expression meaning “good ‘n’ plowed”. Interestingly enough, The Home Stretch also included a 5(+1)@5:05 that consisted of bands whose names start with ‘P’. Honest, the connection only hit me after the fact! While we’re hop-skip-n-jumping through the playlist, let’s hit Sherwood’s long enough to note that Mr. Funn reprised his tribute to the late, great Little City in Space to commemorate the fact that The Echo Chamber’s Dr. Strangedub and our alter-ego d.j. babyswiss were mistaken by a caller for a couple of the Post-Void honchos responsible for launching the Little City into orbit all those decades ago. Which two, we’re not quite exactly sure… okay, truth be told, we haven’t the foggiest! We fondly remember the music, though… from the Satellite Singers (opening theme) to the Tokyo Happy Coats (“news” bed) to Henry Mancini (“sports” and “job line” themes), these tunes will never die so long as our hearts beat. Long live LCS (and live it does, thanks to online audio archives)! But back to business… Emil Richards’ calendar track “Sapphire (September)” figured into Sherwood’s playlist, and the Stretch shoved off with the second instro-Lolly in as many weeks. Oh, and the RSST’s intro is finally starting to morph to reflect the fact that we’ve been 2:-6: instead of 2:-5:a.m. for quite a while now!We just have to re-record our intro spiel now… tune in and stay tuned!

9/12/2013 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Mark Koerner
News Host: Janis Lane-Ewart
Producer: Paul Brohaugh
Editors: Ryan Dawes, Rico Morales

9/12/2013 Democracy Now!
9.12.13 BELOWtheWASTE

9/12/2013 Northern Sun News

Diana Johnstone – Author of Fool’s Crusade
Topics: War in Kosovo in 1999 as an illegal precedent for an illegal attack now on Syria

Todd Pierce – Retired Army Major, Judge Advocate General
Topics: Growing threat of militarism in the US, illegal processes advocating war

Coleen Rowley – Anti-war activist
Topics: Destruction of Syria’s chemical warfare capability by necessity will take awhile

9/12/2013 The Dakota Dave Hull Show
9/12/2013 Splice-Free

Dick Raaijmakers / Rashad Becker / Moniek Darge / Anton Heyboer / Form A Log / Stan Brakhage / Lonnie Holley / Wolfgang Voigt / Raymond Scott / Bernard Parmegiani

9/12/2013 Synthwaves

2nd episode of Synthwaves on KFAI rolls out featuring new music from FM Attack, Quasars and Sunglasses Kid! Also an interview with Nashville artist Patrick Baker (https://soundcloud.com/patrickbaker) discussing his musical background as well as some details about the hit track “So Real” he made with producer Silent Gloves. Action packed from beginning to end the show closes with a Synthwaves exclusive, the new Robots with Rayguns remix of Keith Masters’ track “Very First Time”. Enjoy!

9/12/2013 Homegrown Hip-Hop Radio
9/12/2013 Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

More talking with Tamara de Tane, more playing of bulerias, and more exploring the old, middle-aged, and modern versions of that palo.

9/12/2013 African Rhythms

New sounds from the sub-Sahara courtesy of Khaira Arby, Mamadou Kelly and Tal National plus some vintage reggae — and much more — on today’s African Rhythms.

9/12/2013 Blueslady's Time Machine (GUEST HOST Lydia Howell)
9/12/2013 The Rockhouse
9/12/2013 Free Speech Radio News
9/12/2013 Disabled and Proud

Chris Marble and Wendy DeVore talk about CVI, (Carrier Ventures Inc)

9/12/2013 Fresh Fruit
9/12/2013 Encuentro

This program presents “La Unidad Popular,” a musical chronicle and remembrance on the 40th anniversary of the coup d’état against the democratically elected Chilean government of President Salvador Allende. The second hour presents live “Son Jarocho” with the local group “Axolotl 7”.

Play List

9/12/2013 Kinda Cloudy Radio

An exotic blend of tropical herbs & spices for your ears, featuring tracks from Michi Sarmiento, Coco Lagos, Manteca, Gnonnas Pedro, Mamo Lagbema, Los Dinamitos Exciters, Dynamite Verckys, & more…

Thursday, September 12, 2013