Arts & Culture

There's a lot of classic nuevo flamenco without cante. On this show Kristina focuses on some of the major guitar composers of these years – Paco de Lucía, Vicente Amigo, Gerardo Nuñez among the many.

Hosted by Miguel Vargas and Terrell LaMarr

The trouble love lives of history’s greatest composers

Starting Stateside then extending out toward the eastern seaboard to West Africa, Cuba and South Africa

Wow! So many new releases tonight that they nearly filled Dr. StrangeDub’s 2 hour set. Kicked off the show with the excellent new collection “International Dubsters United – Vol.1” (on Boom One) with Phil harmony’s “Capital City Dub”. Followed taht with new releases from Citizen Sound, Kandee Dub, Addis Pablo, Horseman, Jah Bless, Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal, Tzelalot, Tokyo Tower, AUX1 (dubbing the Wailers), Kafinal (ft. U-Roy), Intended Immigration, 11 Acorn Lane, Redtenbacher’s Funkestra, U-Niko Dubs, Jah9 (ft. Puraman & Atiiba), Clinton Fearon, Manudub (from the “Dub Bibliotheque – vol. 1 on Svaha Sound), and Dub Syndicate. And this was just the new releases… Filled things out with tunes from Gaudi, Tack>>Head, Third World, Janet Kay, Hollie Cook, Delroy Wilson, The Robustos, 60 Channels, Analog Players Society, Tommy McCook, and more…

We speak with Patrick Hicks about his new short story collection The Collector of Names. Patrick Hicks is also the author of The Commandant of Lubizec and seven volumes of poetry, including Adoptable and This London.

Happy Valentine's Day to the Rollin & Tumblin listeners!

Catch "Music For Lovers" with Debbie Duncan and "The Girls" at the Hopkins Center for the Arts

on Saturday, February 14th 2015, 7pm.

Songs for V-Day, big concert announcements & an interview with Natalie Lovejoy!