Two excellent new releases debuted in the Echo Chamber tonight: Horace Andy’s “Serious Times” (minor7flat5) and Dubmatix’s “System Shakedown” (Renegade Media). Also, the fine compilation “Dub Rising Vol. 1” from the Kingdub.com site (available for free), Thievery Corp.‘s new retrospective “It Takes a Thief”, and some new dubs from Vibration Lab. And, though we’ve featured excerpts from it for months, tonight we finally had the entire excellent “Revelation Congo” (Jah Urban Sound /Springline) album from The Manor.
On Tuesday, September 14th, Edgar Award-winning author Laura Lippman calls in to talk about her newest suspense-thriller I’d Know You Anywhere. Laura Lippman is the author of several books, including Life Sentences and What the Dead Know.
Also in this week’s show, we talk with Cindy Kraack about her second novel, Ashwood. Cindy Kraack’s first novel, Minnesota Cold, was given the 2009 Northeastern Minnesota Book Award for fiction.
In this episode of Radio Pocho, we highlight some of the mid-1960s rock bands to come out of Los Angeles, including Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention, The Doors, Love, and Chicano East L.A. bands, The Premiers and The Romancers.
Make Everyday A Friday Marina Spence on Sept. 13th Health Notes*
The recipe of making every day a Friday is simple:
Connect who you really are with what you do
When you do that, you can express your inner self through your outer work. The dichotomy between who you are at work and your true, inner self disappears.
Kinshasha has an amazing conversation with Marina Spence about this important book that will help us to stay present in our lives and experience joy and wonder in everything we do everyday and realistically.
Running to Detroit, from Voices in the Wind comes a story of mom and her daughter trying to go across the border to Detroit for a Tigers game, but Mom’s passport has expired, so they have to come up with alternative plans.