Arts & Culture

After the half:  welcome to the Echo Chamber Dub Zoological Gardens! Running around free in our cavernous, reverbanaceous pens, you'll meet an Iguana, a Fat Mouse, two Bears, a Condor and an Eagle, a flying Monkey, a Fuzzy Mammoth, a Fat Panther, a Balmy Tiger…  OH, MY!! Wait, where'd our Lion go?  Oh, next week for that guy. Just don't miss The Widdler's Froggy! Oh, and is THAT a bacteria the size of a fish?  Or is it an actual salmon named Ella??

We speak with Hasan Namir about his debut novel God in Pink, which is set in Iraq in 2003 and which won the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Fiction.

Had keyboardist William Duncan in the studio today to talk about his CD release party coming up on Friday, August 26th at Walker-West Music Academy. William is the brother of jazz vocalist Debbie Duncan. Debbie also sings background vocals on this release as well as other jazz luminaries. The release called "We Give Thanks" is a spiritual-inspirational CD, recorded at Walker West in St. Paul, where both William and Debbie are instructors. For more on the release party, go to: www.walkerwest.org.

Clips from last Tuesday's Malarkey Brunch with Northerly Gales, Todd Menton, Patsy O'Brien, and Karie Oberg.

Nanobii ( more here: https://soundcloud.com/nanobii ) from Sweden is tonight's special guest.  We chat on 'Happy' hardcore, Comiket and listen to several of his tunes.   Music includes Delora, Hello Meteor, Oscillian, SelloRekT/LA Dreams, Myrone, Total Contact, Client Liaison and much more. 

Twilight Zone Radio

Audio versions of the television series.  Tonight's episode is A Hundred Yards Over the Rim, with Jim Caviezel.  In 1847 a man traveling over the western desert on the way to California has a sick son.  He goes over the rim of a sand dune and finds himself in The Twilight Zone.  Starring Jim Caviezel, and hosted by Stacy Keach.  More at http://www.twilightzoneradio.com/audio.html.

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