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With Noah Kaufmann.
Synthwaves: A New Journey is a follow up to the December 2012 Wave Project Synthwaves a New Dimension of Sound. Noah Kaufmann Host of KFAI's own Web Exclusive programming SynthWaves (www.kfai.org/synthwaves) as well as guest DJ on KFAI's Across The Board and Modern Kicks, takes you on a new journey into the New 80s synth scene. Legendary New 80s Synth producer Palm Highway Chase (http://palmhighwaychase.bandcamp.com/) is a special guest on the show and talks about the origination of the scene, what he's currently working on as well drops 2 never heard before tracks. In addition the episode features music from FM Attack, SelloRekT/LA Dreams and more. Follow me on twitter @BenniMushu and check out the facebook page for Synthwaves www.facebook.com/synth.waves to stay up to date beyond this Awesome Wave Project episode.
Music Program as listed.
Talk show: Blong Vang, candidate for Minneapolis City Council. Blong stated his platform as far as issue of poverty and crime in north Minneapolis. Listen to the program for details.
1. News - Jelil Abdella,
2. Situation of Oromo Refugies in Saudi Arabia.
3. Interview with Dan Samuels by Jelil Abdella,
4. Short talk with Abdi Wersame by Said Mohamed Ali
Feature Presentation - A baseball mystery from the Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater. The Queen is in the Counting House includes Captain Underhill saving the life of a minor league baseball player, and reversing the "curse of the Bambino" from the Boston Red Sox. Tonight Part 1 of the story by Steven Oney. Featuring the real Fenway Park and the Fenway Organ, and some real Red Sox announcers.
Silly Short Subject - More sketches from Fearless Comedy Productions, performed live in the Big Fun Radio Funtime! show in September. Tonight it's The Adventures of Captain Improbable, by Nick Glover. Produced by Tim Wick. Recorded at the Bryant Lake Bowl.