7/21/2014 Radio Duende (aka International Jazz Conspiracy)


7/21/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Cory Washington
News Host: Trisha Collopy
Producer: Xan Holston

7/19/2014 Collective Eye
Guest host:  J.
7/19/2014 Rhythm and Grooves
7/19/2014 Mostly Jazz

Nelson Mandela – July 18,1918 to December 5, 2013

7/18/2014 Jet Set Planet

#467 Liberty Finch from the Pop Shop commandeers the Jet this week. With Funky Fräuleins, Edd “Kookie” Byrnes, the Bob Crewe Generation, Ray Barretto and an after hours “Adults Only XXX” set. Listen…..it’s EASY!

7/18/2014 Fubar Omniverse

Charlie and Tommy move on, July 11, 2014

7/18/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host: Bill Cottman
News Host: Carrie Swiggum
Producer / Engineer: Yvette Howie

7/17/2014 The Morning Blend

Music Host / Engineer: Mark Koerner
News Host: Dale Handeen
Producer: Paul Brohaugh

7/17/2014 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

The RSST Nutshell – 7/17/14

Space Month,week 3, and we cut straight to the Home Stretch in this week’s Nutshell. By way of celebrating the 45th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk (a.k.a. One Giant Leap for Mankind, and yeah, the Apollonauts even beat MJ to the Moon!) we took up most of the Stretch with an extended salute to… Moon Ska Records! Of course, we threw in non-Moon artists The Liptones’ actual song “Moon Ska,” but for the most part we stuck strictly to Moon (and subsidiary Ska Satellite) Records, complete with the ’97 edition of The Supersonics’ salute to The Toasters, followed up by the actual band of the same name led by Moon Ska founder Rob “Bucket” Hingley. Working back through Sherwood’s Planet, everybody from Raymond Scott to Chuck Sagle to Ferrante & Teicher to Lydia Lunch had the Moon on their minds. The Ooh got a wee bit on the bit-of-imagination-required, “tangential” side, with titles like “Thunderball” (The Soul Bros.’ tribute to the Bond flick about 007’s bid to stop a plot to destroy Miami Beach with two stolen nuclear warheads) “Miss Universe” (following Jimmy Cliff’s other “Miss” title, “ …Jamaica”) and “Pound for Pound” (of thrust,perhaps? It was, after all, by The Fireburners… ) So Space Month continues for the next two weeks… tune in and stay tuned!