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11/20/2013 Modern Kicks

Sean discusses his confusion in what some people choose to do for an actual Klondike bar and his sadness at the recent closure of NickReboot.com. But all is not lost; lots of new music was played — including new tracks from GUANTANAMO BAYWATCH, GO VIOLETS, THE EERIES, ALL DOGS and NO JOY. Rejoice!

11/20/2013 Echo Chamber

Some excellent new releases tonight – including Jah Rootikal Steppers’ self-titled release on Dubkey Records, and “Rise Up! The Riz Records Story” archival release on Reggae Archives – plus half of a great Bim Sherman mix put together by DJ Baby Swiss over ten years ago (titled “Miracle Dream Super Mix”) to mark 13 years since Bim’s passing. More recent releases from Mighty Mystic, Vibronics meet Kanka, Ibel meets Med Dred (feat. Dub Caravan), and Jennifer Paulos. Filling out our eclectix mix, we included Niney the Observer, The Aggrolites (from the new “Dub Rockers Vol.1” compilation), Dubsalon, Al Pacheco, Scientist, The Skatalites, The Slackers, 9Tomorrows, Gato Negro, The Lions, Noble Vibes, Dennis “Blackbeard” Bovell, and many more…

11/20/2013 The Morning Blend

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Robert Easley
Producer: Mike Fischbein
Engineer: Mike Stapp

Cam Winton

Cam Winton is one of the 35 candidates for Mayor of Minneapolis. Like all the candidates, when Winton filed for office, he was allowed to choose three words to appear on the ballot alongside his name. For Winton, those words are Independent, Responsible, and Inclusive. He told KFAI’s Janis Lane-Ewart why he chose those words.

11/20/2013 Democracy Now!
Travis Zimmerman on First Person Radio 11/20/2013

 

11/20/2013 Stone Soup
11/20/2013 Global Beat

After seeing a great documentary on Miriam Makeba last Sunday as part of the African Film Festival at St. Anthony Main, “Images of Africa”… Global Beat features Mama Africa along with her longtime accordionist, fellow band member Sivuca. Also coming to town next week from Mali, Rokia Traore performs at the Cedar Mon. Nov. 25… you can hear two songs from her new release “Beautiful Africa”. Lots more on this week’s program to enjoy as well.

11/20/2013 Freewheelin'

Wilco, advance Sharon Jones & Dap KIngs track, John Prine, Amy & Levon Helm, Deadstring Bros., Black Lillies, Zappa Flo & Eddie, Dave Alvin, CC Adcock, Leftover Salmon, Tim Timebomb & Friends….bounced around a bit today…from present day to obscure oldies and in-between. Click “Episode Details”, if you’re interested in checking out the playlist. You can also link to the archive from there. Or, if you really don’t give a darn about who sang, played, recorded…then just click either the listen or mp3 button to the right. Either way, thanks for linking in to the show.

11/20/2013 House Party
11/20/2013 Listening Lounge

MUSICIANS IN THEIR OWN WORDS
Interviews with Corey Harris, Cyro Baptista, Kathleen Harris, and Howard Levy

11/20/2013 Art Matters
11/20/2013 MinneCulture

Fresh Fruit: 35 Years of Queer Radio, an audio documentary by Dixie Treichel

Fresh Fruit: 35 Years of Queer Radio is about the history of Fresh Fruit, that first aired on KFAI on May 11, 1978 and has been live on air weekly with the same name and format for 35 years. The piece is an overview of Fresh Fruit from 1978-2013 including preparations to go on air in 1977 by the original Fresh Fruit collective, a group of activists living in a queer hippy commune in Minneapolis.

Some archival audio is used courtesy of The Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies

11/20/2013 Radio Pocho
November 20 - Click on “Episode Details” to hear the show.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013