Music

Magda Olson's interview with Farru, and lots of farrucas with a couple of garrotins thrown in for good measure, or do I mean compas! Wow, a Spanglish play on words!

Law School Night!

Hosts Peter Gokey & Kendrick Davies speak with University of Minnesota law school professor Dale Carpenter about Lawrence v. Texas, and profile three of the OutFront Minnesota 25 Under 25 recipients – Jessica Englund, Brandon Gil, and Helen Paillé, all recent graduates of William Mitchell College of Law.

On today’s edition of African Rhythms: Great new music from Nickodemus with Afrika Bambaataa and Brownout plus classics from Lady Saw, Manu Dibango, Guelewar and lots more.

5/24 in a nutshell…

In the “Ooh”… Hot on the heels of the Lee Perry/Subatomic performance at the Cedar, we got on the air and did the Push Push one more time, before the guy we like to call Neil “Ska”-daka did the Jellyfish. The King and Queen were there, doing some Warm and Tender Ska in the Middle of the Night… with a Firestick as the only light source! Oh, that Astro ‘Gator? He was out in space, swimming among the stars. It’s all there in the playlist! A 2Tone era (not “label”) set included a guy from Hawkwind, a guy from Mott the Hoople, and some Lambrettas. All of ‘em, actually! The Cap’n took us back to the ’60s with Tracey Dey, Ria Bartok and The Don. Sherwood previewed a tribute to legendary Godzilla soundtrack composers Akira Ifukube and Masaru Sato(h). (We’ve seen the name elsewhere with and without the h. The Ventures, Arthur Lyman, Mike Simpson, Weather Report and Emerson Lake & Palmer also Worked their way into Hour 2, before the back-announce. Where was Ringo? Quadruple-Ringrolling you in Hour 3, of course! See the non-reg playlist for the in-depth details on the 4@4… we went all-out for this! We also proudly debuted our brand-newly-hatched 3-eyed Froggie named Greenhenge, which Dr. Strangedub from Echo Chamber describes as “The Skatalites meet Martin Denny”… ExotiSKA, anyone?

On tonight’s episode of Radio Pocho: tributes to Lee “Scratch” Perry (performing tonight at the The Cedar Cultural Center) and to the recently departed pop music legends, and the versatility of DJ Terrell Lamarr’s playlist.

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