Kristina de Sacramento plays a younger and then an older Lole Montoya singing Cabalgando, and she dedicates a couple of songs (The Seagull and The Lullaby of the Onions) to a couple of flamenco birthdays. This show also features the last segment of the interview with flamenco documentarian, Bill Davidson.
This episode features Twin Cities local hip-hop group, Point of Contact, in promoting their upcoming EP “Brothers: From Different Fathers and Mothers”. They will also have their EP release party at The Cabooze, June 30th.
Also, Girl In a Coma phones into Radio Pocho from their hotel room in Madison, WI, to gear-up for Jun. 3rd show at the Varsity in MPLS. Thanks, Ladies!
Heavy new sounds from Sylford Walker & McPullish, Marlon Asher & Leah Rosier, and Dub Gabriel & MC Zulu. Also some great new stuff from Kevin Kinsella (on his “Great Design” solo release on ROIR); Seun Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80 (with Brian Eno, Justin Adams, & John Reynolds); and A Man Called PJ. Swiss’ set, as it progressed, morphed into a mini-Free The Weed hour, with tracks from Glen Brown, Peter Broggs, Barrington & Beenie, and Children of the Bong.