6/27/2007 Echo Chamber

Tonight the Echo Chamber presented part 2 of the Mad Professor show – recorded live (by Turntable Terrorist) at Martyrs in Chicago last April. The other 2 hours of the program featured roots dub, new and old…

6/27/2007 Dart Gun Radio
6/26/2007 Rhythm and Grooves

A surprise visit from Paul Stubblefield, appearing at the Twin Cities Jazz Fest, highlighted this show, which featured tunes from Other Fest Performers as well as Bill Summers, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Chet Baker, and Cannonball Adderley

6/26/2007 Disabled and Proud

We will be speaking with Mike May from Sendero Group
about his new book Crashing Through, and about gps 4.

6/26/2007 Rollin' and Tumblin'
6/26/2007 Corazon Latino

Despedida de Evita antes de que se vaya a Venezuela, su segundo pais, para las vacaciones del verano/ Eve’s going-away show before her annual summer journey to her other country: Venezuela

6/26/2007 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
6/26/2007 Dig Up The Roots

My son Joey came into the studio today. He’s really fond of Johnny Cash, so we started there…

6/26/2007 Pam Without Boundaries

New releases highlighted this week include the new Ryan Adams album Easy Tiger, the new Beastie Boys instrumental record The Mix-Up, and Jimmy LaFave’s new one Cimarron Manifesto came up a couple times. He’s playing at the Cedar Cultural Center: Friday, June 29th, with Jon Rodine.

6/25/2007 Jet Set Planet

Kool Kats, Teenage Vamps, and Kissing Pumpkins. Where does it all end?