The great music keeps on coming… Tonight was the debut of these 3 excellent releases: Super Hi-Fi’s “Dub to the Bone” album (on Electric Cowbell); Bandulu Dub’s Hyder Flares EP (on Original Dub Gathering); and Ondatropica’s self-titled deluxe double-CD (on Soundway). The good doctor celebrated the recent avalanche of great Latin releases with a half-hour set that included Ondatropica, Batida, M.A.K.U. Soundsystem, The Peronists, Quantic presenta Flowering Inferno, and Mariachi el Bronx (Super Guachin Remix). More recent releases from The Breadwinners, Adrian Sherwood, Subactive Soundsystem, Victor Rice, Prince Fatty, Beres Hammond, Mystical Weapons, Citizen Sound, Plenn, and Rod Anton & the Ligerians.
We speak with Loren D. Estleman about his new book The Perils of Sherlock Holmes. He is also the author of over 60 novels, including the Amos Walker private detective series; Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula, or The Adventure of the Sanguinary Count; and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Holmes.
Lissa Jones – Culture and History – Why Are They Important For Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Health
Lissa Jones – Host of KMOJ Community Radio’s Urban Agenda will be talking with Kinshasha about African Americans and Culture/ History and why they are important for mental, emotional and spiritual health.
The goal of “Urban Agenda” is to openly discuss and debate issues and policies that are confronting the safety and health of the urban community
The Case of the Calico Lobster, from the Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater. Captain Underhill and Dr. Scofield get involved in a love story and the tale of a kidnapped lobster. The Mob seems to be involved, or at least a part of the Mob. Tonight, Part 1, conclusion next week.