Eclectic

A heavyweight dubwise program with tons of new stuff…and a celebration of Pi Day. Starting out with the freshest rootical dub album History, Mystery, Destiny from Ital Horns Meets Bush Chemists Featuring Rico. This was followed by crucial new material from Dubzoic (on Irie On Air); Stand High Patrol with the album Midnight Walkers and the new “United We Stand” 12” from Original Bass Foundation (OBF) with Kenny Knots. And DJ Baby Swiss did his special “Happy Pi Day” mix for the 3rd hour: where the album order of the tracks was 3,1,4,1,5,9,2,6, and 5. Oh, and it included the track “Pi” from Kate Bush (Yup…).

Liberty Finch from The Pop Shop sits in for Cyn this week. It’s an all-local show, featuring Minnesota musicians participating in SXSW.

Like what you hear? Tune into The Pop Shop every Monday night into Tuesday morning, midnight-2am.

Two by two, hard-boiled. Two tales of the silly noir type, starring Black Jack Justice and his partner, Trixie Dixon. Both from Decoder Ring Theatre in Canada.

Back in the Saddle

Chicago Choir boy turned Gangster’s son turned rugged outdoorsman Frankie Laine, the sleepy, Sleazy bedroom music of The Mystic Moods Orchestra, a super set of over mitt, organ action, including a request for Jimmy Smith’s “Ape Women” and a Penthouse Pet.

Twin Cities bands going to SXSW are featured in this show

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Ticket Giveway Bonanza!

On tonight’s episode of Radio Pocho, we feature the debut of one of our monthly DJs, Rudedawg Aguilar!

International Women and their wondrous voices celebrated !

In celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8th) and National Women’s History Month, the Echo Chamber presented its annual “Beautiful Sounds of Women…Around the World” special. And what a great list of women singers & players we had on this year’s show: Marcia Griffiths, Rita Marley, Lillian Williams, Judy Mowatt, Eva Be, Victoria Moralez, Masia One, Jazz’min Tutum, Leah Rosier, Nkulee Dube, Tricia Grant, Lydia and Shema Sutherland (L&S symfHoney), Sista Caro, Kirsty Rock (Trumystic), The Angel (60 Channels), Daniela Muller, Andrea Parker, Leona Prue (All India Radio), SXtheMadArtist (aka Stalo Xinari), Natacha Atlas, Sussan Deyhim, Julie Campbell, Jaqee, Christine Miller, Likkle Mai, Natalie Pa’apa’a (Blue King Brown), Jennifer Merdaler, Eartha Kitt, Nina Simone, Rachel Eliot (Mass. Hysteria), Suphala, Rhoda Dakar (Special AKA), Shiina Ringo, Princess Anla, and Kaori Takeda. Wow! What a group of artistic Women…

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