Hip Hop & Electronica

5/31/2014 Soul Tools Radio
5/31/2014 Temposphere

Tragic Beauty: Musical Emotional Conduit Mix

5/30/2014 Groovin Plenty

We are back, like Terminator!!!!!

Yup, it’s been a month people! Life is getting that Minnesota summer speed, It’s lake/wine and beer sipping outside/fireworks-shirtless/state Fair/Mosquitoes/Graduation Parties/LatinoAltROCK!‘s summer kicking program!!!
And it’s this Friday on KFAI Groovin Plenty goes Our WAY!
CALLE 13’s new song: El aguante “We put up with Nagasaki and Hiroshima…and our President…we put up with a lot: Pinochet, Franco, Videla, Mao, Ríos Montt, Mugabe, Hitler, Idi Amin, Stalin, Bush, Truman, Ariel Sharón and Hussein…We put up with the smell of cigarettes, agent orange and Monsanto…”
Let’s drink to our patience!

Cumbia from Croatia,again.

Mexican-Balkan music.Yes, there is such a thing! and it rocks your world!

Mariachi Punk from New York; you gotta listen to this because it doesn’t even sound possible! And it’s damn good!

Unreleased music from Mot Ros! Met Diego Arcaute when Juana Molina was in town, another one of those Cedar Cultural Center’s Concert nights when you meet amazing people and feel that you’ve known each other for ages.

Ana Tijoux (memorize that name): Oh boy do we ever “Believe in you”, you are a goddess, Girl. You can sing “Creo en ti” all day and all night long to us!

Pablo came back from South America bearing gifts: Music from an Argentinian musician that he met at Buenos Aires airport and guess what? They had friends in common!!!! BTW the dude’s name is Gabo Sequeira a self proclaimed Anarchist that described his music this way: “Instead of Rock, I would call it: Powerful, sour, in their 40’s ballads”. And the boy can write!

Bizarro Records sent Pablo back to us a “changed“man: They promised him a LatinoAltROCK!‘s program Identification by Tabare Rivero, and he won’t shut up about it!!! It’s driving us crazy!”…. “Y no queremos ser unos viejos de mierda” La tabare no muere, se clona!

Emily got her fingers on the local scene again: Maria Isa, CMJ, Dem Atlas (remember him? she interviewed him in 2012 aaahhh, only if they would listen to us, cause the kid has got it going on and we’ve been telling it to the world for 2 years!…..Hmmm maybe somebody was listening, he just kicked ass at Soundset!)

Raul, well… he’s still in love with Snow tha Product and who isn’t? She’s the most beautiful Latina on the face of the earth…. find out or it’s totally your loss.

“We believe in the Kingdom Come when all the colors bleed into one” – Bono

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5/30/2014 The Morning Blend

Hosts: Yvette Howie, Michael Cyrs, Rico Morales
Guests: Leah Driscoll
Programs: Conversations with Al McFarlane, Cinema Shanty
Editors: Saquoya Brunner
Reporters: Rico Morales, Allison Herrera

5/30/2014 Across The Board

No Rest For The Wicked

5/29/2014 Homegrown Hip-Hop Radio
10pm-12am: Indigenous In Music

Hosted by Larry Knudsen.

8-10pm: Owamni Falling Water Festival – Live Music Showcase

Hosted by Denise Nelson. This program features live interviews with musical guests, sharing their tracks, and live performances to promote the upcoming event, Owamni Festival (Indigenous Music and Movies in the Park) at Father Hennipen Bluffs Park on August 2nd, 2014. We are in our 5th year! This year we have changed the format from every Tuesday evening in August, to a one day musical festival. We will be featuring 6 Indigenous music makers at the festival: Keith Secola (rock), Tall Paul (hip-hop) Chase Manhattan (hip-hop), Scatter Their Own (alternative rock), Bluedog (blues rock) Wade Fernandez (rock). This year’s film will feature a test screening of “Jingle Dress” that was filmed locally.

7-8pm: Ken Tilsen: A Hero in Indian Country

Hosted by David Tilsen & Laura Waterman Wittstock. Recorded interview with the late Ken Tilsen and a discussion with his son David who is working on a biography of Mr. Tilsen.

5-7pm: The Smoke Signal: Native Voices On Air

Hosted by Annette Joy. Traditional & contemporary indigenous music.

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