Arts & Culture

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Mike Fischbein
Producer: Flor Frey

So much new dub…so little time. Another boatload of new music: the fine new album from Junior Culture (Dan Dada Records); Bombay Dub Orchestra’s club-wise “The New York Remixes” (Six Degrees Records); Bomba Estereo’s cool new “Elegancia Tropical” (Soundway Records); Akasha’s sublime new Into the Web (on Dubmission); and more new material from Trevor “The Technician” McKenzie, Red Star Martyrs, Yeyo Perez/Puppashan, Dub Caravan, DU3normal, La Yegros, Bandulu Dub vs. Krusseldorf, Sorian, Addis Pablo, Suns of Dub, Phoniandflore, Jashwa Moses, and Bonobo. And that was just the first half of the show… DJ Baby Swiss was “Pourin’ Dubbles”, playing two-fers from greats like Desmond Dekker, Dean Fraser, the Skatalites, Aston “Familyman” Barrett, Tommy McCook, and Big Youth. And rounding things out we included Mayd Hubb, Infinite Third, Impact All Stars, Etana, Martin Zobel & Soulrise, Rebelution, Terakaft, i.rebel meets Dub Dragoon, Fedayi Pacha, David “Fathead” Newman, King Tubby/Jacob Miller, and more…

This week’s show was pre-empted by day long Black History Month programming. Play list will return next week.

Womenfolk takes a week off and makes way for special Black History Month shows!

Today's Morning Blend was preempted by KFAI's Black History Month programming.

Prof. Mahmoud El Kati and Urban Agenda's Lissa Jones -Health Notes Black History Monday

Mahmoud El-Kati is a lecturer, writer, and commentator on the African American experience. He specializes in African American history and advocates institution building within cultural communities. He is an advocate of building ones humanity through the understanding of their culture, history and community. He currently lives in the Rondo neighborhood, St. Paul’s historic Black community

Prof. El Kati is a mentor for Lissa Jones – Host of KMOJ Community Radio’s Urban Agenda will also be a part of this important Black History Discussion.

Music Host: Cory Washington
News Host: Siobhan Kierans
Producer: Dale Connelly

If You Can’t Stand the Heat – an episode of HEADLINE CHASER, on the radio in the Spontoon Islands. The Spontoons are an island archipelago in the South Pacific circa 1938, and they’re inhabited by funny animal cartoons and seaplanes.
The Sword in the Couch – a comedy sketch from Big Fun Radio Funtime! Recorded in January at the Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis.

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