What a fun summer show… Great new stuff from 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, Dubsalon, Dublicator, Dubness, Dr. Ongo Mala, and others. Plus the first half of a choice mix from Emch of Subatomic Sound (and courtesy of Terry C at Echo Beach – WLUW-FM).
William Powers calls in to discuss his much talked about book Hamlet’s Blackberry: A Practical Philosophy for Building a Good Life in the Digital Age. Publisher’s Weekly has called it Incisive. . . Refreshing. . . Compelling.”
We also talk with Jarkko and Jouko Sipila. Jarkko Sipila is one of the most widely crime fiction writers in Finland. His novel Against the Wall was the 2009 Winner of the Best Finnish Crime Novel. His latest book to be translated into English is Helsinki Homicide: Vengeance.
Let’s start what we have come into the room to do! Episode 4 is a trip back to the ultimate motherland, Africa, as we give you a taste of Afrobeat, Highlife, Punta, Salsa and Mambo. Let’s not forget the usual intoxicating mix of funk and tejano music, and Radio Pocho’s very own interpretation of Cheech and Chong’s Mexican-Americans titled, Minnesota Mexicans!
MAJORMAJOR birthday shout outs to Danny Topete and amalia deloney.
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The Mark Time Radio Show, live from Convergence 2010, Villains on Parade, featuring the voices of Wally Wingert and Chuck McCann, along with KFAI’s Amanda Balagur. The Bad Guys have their say, the Pros take the stage and bring down the castle. Short Subject: High Moon from the Great Northern Audio Theatre.