Arts & Culture

Kristina reaches into the archives and comes up with the first show of Poquito y Bueno, filled with alegrias and a charming interview with Timo Lozano.

Hosts: Paul Brohaugh, Mark Koerner, Robert Easley
Guests: David Sheff, Larry Long
Programs: Conversations with Al McFarlane, Lake Superior Project
Editors:
Reporters: Bill Lindecke, Kelly Schoenfelder, Al McFarlane, Dale Connelly

DJs Miguel Vargas and Daniel Topex are laying down the tracks, TruthMaze is drops by to talk about his upcoming event, “The Shift”,

TALL TALES FOR LITTLE FOLKS
Bedtime stories from Pete Seeger

Special guest visit from Paraguayan harpist Nicolas Carter, recounting his work composing a suite of songs, to be played at The Cedar, Mon. Feb. 4; one concert of the 416 Club Commission series. The balance of the program celebrates Espana – Gipsy Kings’ Grammy award winning new release, and Buika. Along with a preview of Eric Bibb and an Ella Fitzgerald tribute as well.

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Robert Easley
Producer: Mike Fischbein
Engineer: Mike Stapp

Such a mix tonight…from great oldies, to a bunch of great new selections. Started the journey with Pale Rider’s cool new “Post Dub” album, followed by the incredible Mo Kalamity & the Wizards with their “Freedom of the Soul” album. Also, excellent new releases from Mighty Mystic (“Concrete World”); See-I (“Real Steel” single on Fort Knox); Black Symbol (“Journey” album on Sugar Shack); Eljai (with his “Isaacs Medley – Tribute to the Cool Ruler”); Quanta (“Dream Before You Sleep” on Dubmission); and even some fado from Antonio Zambujo. The good doctor also mixed in some King Tubby (celebrating Tubby’s birthday on the 28th), Citizen Sound/Seed Organization, Burnett Town Sound, KingRat, J Boog, Herbata, Madtone, Kevin Purdy (with an exclusive new demo), and more.

DJ Baby Swiss kept things eclectic in his half of the program… Some classic dubs from Dub Syndicate, King Tubby, Blackbeard (Dennis Bovell), and Jamaica Super Dub Session (from Wackies). Some Scientist dubbing up some dubstep. And everything from Jon Hassel and Perfume, to Kona Triangle and DubXanne, with some Toots and Horace Andy filling things out roots wise.

We talk with Minnesota author Scott Dominic Carpenter about his acclaimed new novel Theory of Remainders. He teaches literature at Carlton College and is also the author of This Jealous Earth.

We also speak with Dr. Ian Flitcroft about his graphic novel Journey by Starlight, based on his award-winning popular science blog of the same name. The graphic novel presents Albert Einstein explaining life, the universe and everything.

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