Eclectic

7/18/2007 Echo Chamber

Tonight the Echo Chamber presented a full hour of The Drastics:http://www.thedrastics.com recorded live (by Turntable Terrorist) at Martyrs in Chicago last April. On top of this, Swiss and StrangeDub took a Trip to the Moon as we paid tribute to the Apollo 11 moon landing (July 20, 1969) playing a bunch of material with lunar and space themes…or at least titles.

7/17/2007 Disabled and Proud
7/17/2007 Pam Without Boundaries

We heard new releases from Mark Olson, LA songwriter Alison Subol working under the name A Fine Frenzy, UK band Stateless (not out in the US yet), and The Chemical Brothers (just released). We were also joined in the 8:00 hour by Donna Miller, community mover and shaker, and chair of the Rondo Days:http://www.rondoaveinc.org celebration. Next week (July 24th), Andy will bring us great music all morning as I travel down to Texas. He has great taste in music, so it will be a lot of fun!

7/16/2007 Jet Set Planet

Weights, Skates, and Mr. Handyman. Your Man at the Bailey Building jiggles the switches, adjusts the weights, and fiddles with knobs — and gets the Jet (and the turntables) back on the runway, just in time for take off… phew!

7/13/2007 Radio Antilles

1 Laurel Aitkin / Mas Charlie (Prisoner Song) / Rough Guide to the Music of Jamiaca / World Music Network

7/13/2007 Fubar Omniverse
7/11/2007 Echo Chamber

New dubs and old dubs, an Echo Chamber/Echo Beach Double Mix, a Mix Within A Mix, the Left Hand of Dubness, and then there were the blueberries… Just another typical Echo Chamber.

7/10/2007 Disabled and Proud

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