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6/6/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host: Michael Cyrs
News Host: Rico Morales
Producer / Engineer: Yvette Howie

6/5/2014 Disabled and Proud
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6/5/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Mark Koerner
News Host: Trisha Collopy
Producer: Paul Brohaugh
Editors: Rico Morales, Robert Easley, Janis Lane-Ewart

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6/4/2014 Radio Pocho
6/4/2014 The Morning Blend

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

6/4/2014 ECHO CHAMBER

Some King Size Dub tonight… In fact, kicking off the show was the heavy new King Size Dub Special – Dubvisionist release in the King Size series from Echo Beach. Another great dub collection selected by Nicolai at Echo Beach – including a couple of Dubvisionist dubs, plus many of the dubs were remixed by Dubvisionist. Several other great new releases making their debut tonight: Citizen Sound’s Myrtle Forest Sessions (on Renegade Media); Quantic’s “Magnetica” (on Tru Thoughts); “Knowledge Shine Bright” from See-I (on Fort Knox); and Mad Codiuf’s “Militant Art of Dub” EP (on Maree Bass). Following on this we featured 3 great singles from Grant Phabao and the Paris DJs label – one featuring Lone Ranger, another with Carlton Livingston, and the last one a cool, low-down remix of Erykah Badu. Another highlight of the show was a 35-minute excerpt from a choice dubwise mix from Comando del Dub entitled Comando Del Dub Presenta Guerrilla Dub Vol I. Also in the mix tonight: Dr. Trippy, Yabass, Seb Taylor/Kaya Project, Twilight Circus meets DJ Spooky, Shandy, Will & Grruff, Bluetech, Kalya Scintilla, John Brown’s Body, The Dynamics, Looping Jaw Harp Orchestra, Señor Coconut, RSD ft. Prince Jamo/Scientist, Mutant Frogs (a froggie fossil!), Little Tempo, and more…

6/3/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Ryan Dawes
Producer: Ron Thums

6/2/2014 Pam Without Boundaries

Travis from The Boys n’ the Barrels came in this morning to talk about bluegrass music, creating songs with friends and their big show at the Cabooze June 5th. It’s been fun to see the band grow and develop since 2009, and it’s even more fun to hear about their busy upcoming festival season and to know it means we’ll hear more from this band for a long time to come. We also heard new music this morning from local blues/satire artist Nigel Egg, local afrobeat purveyors Black Market Brass and Conor Oberst in advance of his show at First Avenue.

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