DJ Baby Swiss goes solo once again in the Echo Chamber. And, despite the fact that he arrived empty-handed (and had to rely on KFAI’s CD library), he cooked up a real fun ecelectic mix. Helping out the situation was the hand-delivered new King Tubby vs. The Assessor disc (Big Up Jeremy!). Loads of funn indeed.
No list for this day. Too many interviews. Ronn Easton from Ronn Easton’s Soul Revue and Big John Dickerson from the Big John Dickerson Show stopped by to chat with Lady J AND Leon McCormick from Who Nu along with Jerry Eskridge from CBO also stopped by separately for an interview. My guests and I were laughing so much and having so much fun I forgot to keep a list. Especially after Big John and Ronn sang acapella/live in the studio, I lost track of what I was doing.
New music this morning from Indigenous, Juliana Hatfield and Sebastien Tellier. Don’t be surprised if this is the breakthrough album for Indigenous, where all the Big Head Todd fans who have not yet grooved on them finally do. Juliana still makes the music Liz Phair wishes she still did (and maybe will again!), and Sebastien Tellier is still fabulously moody. It was a good new music morning.