Eclectic

6/27/2007 Echo Chamber

Tonight the Echo Chamber presented part 2 of the Mad Professor show – recorded live (by Turntable Terrorist) at Martyrs in Chicago last April. The other 2 hours of the program featured roots dub, new and old…

6/26/2007 Disabled and Proud

We will be speaking with Mike May from Sendero Group
about his new book Crashing Through, and about gps 4.

6/26/2007 Pam Without Boundaries

New releases highlighted this week include the new Ryan Adams album Easy Tiger, the new Beastie Boys instrumental record The Mix-Up, and Jimmy LaFave’s new one Cimarron Manifesto came up a couple times. He’s playing at the Cedar Cultural Center:http://www.thecedar.org Friday, June 29th, with Jon Rodine.

6/25/2007 Jet Set Planet

Kool Kats, Teenage Vamps, and Kissing Pumpkins. Where does it all end?

6/22/2007 Radio Antilles

All Thanks to Tony Paul of KFAI’s Shake n Bake for covering the 6/22/07 edition of Radio Antilles. You can check out Shake n Bake at http://www.kfai.org/node/45

6/22/2007 Fubar Omniverse
6/20/2007 Echo Chamber

Another amazingly eclectic Echo Chamber program… The featured artist was the dubmeister/mixmaster known as Tokyo Tower from Germany. Also in the mix were The Congos, Matisyahu, Bad Brains, GG All Stars, Michael Rose, Dr. Echo, and many more…

6/19/2007 Disabled and Proud

This week, We are speaking with Sheryl Burgstahler. She is
the director of the DO-IT program for camp Courage.Beginning with Roger Upccraft, he is the program manager at Camp Courage, located 50 miles West of Minneapolis, MN in Maple Lake.

6/19/2007 Pam Without Boundaries

We woke up to a break in the sticky this morning, and played new records from Art Brut, Daby Toure, and local group the Mood Swings.

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