World Music

10/31/2007 Echo Chamber

All the ghouls, goblins, and dreads gathered with Dr. Seaton, Dr. StrangeDub, and DJ Baby Swiss in the Echo Chamber of Horrors… The good doctors of DUB cooked up quite a dark treat for their annual Halloween show. The scene was set with the spine tingling creepiness of Raz Mesinai’s: The Unspeakable album and soundbytes from the movies The Exorcist, Dracula, Frankenstein, and elsewhere. One centerpiece of the show was the release from Tino Corp.: that fit the program perfectly: Tino’s Breaks Volume 6 – Hallowe’en Dub.

10/30/2007 Corazon Latino

Dia de los muertos/ Halloween/ Day of the Dead/ Todos Santos/ Canciones de Vida y Muerte

10/30/2007 Pam Without Boundaries

Still getting over the great live music from last week: Fran and Duncan, the Greater Twin Cities Blues Music Society’s awards, and now it’s Halloween. Before you make your weekend plans, check out the playlist, maybe you’ll be inspired. Festival of Appropriation, the Mountain Goats, the Sensational Joint Chiefs are doing a reunion show at the Uptown Friday—the fun doesn’t end!

10/29/2007 Jet Set Planet

Good God! A disco beat? Hell NO, just 70s NOW SOUND.

10/29/2007 The Shake and Bake Show
10/29/2007 Kinda Cloudy Radio

live reggae- afrobeats- funky dedication- new soul/funk/hiphop

10/28/2007 Bonjour Minnesota
10/28/2007 Filipino American National News
10/28/2007 Encuentro

Encuentro presents the second and last program dedicated to the songs of Frida Kahlo’s life: songs that she loved, songs that were popular in Mexico during her lifetime, and songs that were the musical backdrop for her artistic work.

10/28/2007 Century Song

Today we began with a live concert by local treasure, North Indian Vocalist, Pooja Goswami. It was recorded in January at the new Hindu Temple by Dan Rein.

In the second hour we listen to an interview with Paddy O’Brien and Pat Egan of Chulrua, we also heard live tracks recorded at the Crossroads in Zumbrota Minnesota 27 October. We also listen to Turkish Asik music (Inedit), Music from Kurdistan (Earth CD’s and Playasound) and music from Burma (Smithsonian).