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

Kristina revisits some of the "tunes" she imprinted on when she began to study flamenco in the late 80s.

Tonight MinneCulture is being preempted, as Andy Driscoll and the Truth to Tell team present a Community Connections forum on Sulfide Mining. Starting at 7pm, the show is being broadcast live from the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

INSIDE THE Q-W-E-R-T-Y WORLD OF TYPEWRITERS
Stories from Montreal, Kolkata, Burlington and Richfield.

Women’s voices are prominent this week… Dee Dee Bridgewater, Nina Simone, & Meklit Hadero open the program. Another Masekela set in honor of this week’s visit to the Dakota – alongside Cheikh Lo from Senegal and a preview of the Garifuna Collective of Belize coming to the Cedar soon. Another preview of the hot new Kobo Town release too.

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Coleen Harriss
Producer: Mike Fischbein
Engineer: Mike Stapp

What better way to kick off summer than a cool new album from Mykal Rose (aka Michael Rose) – and one that contains some real cool Ethiopian jazz elements! That would be “Showdown Inna Bloody Town” on Foreign Key Records. Followed this up with some really nice new sounds from Alois Huber & Oh Gee (two different new 10” releases on Dubonwax), Dub Club (Tom Chasteen & Tippa Lee), Madness, Patko, Red Barrio, Dubzoic (remixing Alpha & Omega), Dub One!, Red Star Martyrs, Morning Sun & Essentials, Dubtrak, Los Transatlanticos, Dubmatix (feat. U-Roy & Cornell Campbell), Longman, Mutant Frogs, and Prism. Another highlight tonight was The Groove Thief’s mix “Free Dubs: Nox” (available on Mixcloud) which featured Linton Kwesi Johnson, Injham, earlyW~Rm, Dubmatix, Negritage, Reggae Roast ands more. Rounding out the program were The Drastics, Dr. Echo & Solange St. Croix, Jazzmin Tutum, Steve Turre, Jazzmin Tutum, Babilonci, Weather Report, Banco de Gaia, The Upsetters Dub Campaign, and more…

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