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Roar of the Underground hosted by the Metal Evangelist

Roar of the Underground aims to shed light on the dedicated & talented artists that comprise the underground heavy music scene of the Twin Cities, Midwest and beyond. The show focuses on upcoming live concerts in and around the Twin Cities, recent and future album releases and current events related to heavy music.

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This unique radio show is... sexy treatment for our listeners' ears - for all the right reasons.

Reason Zero: WEB EXCLUSIVE on kfai.org/shadowplanet . 2.5 hours of rock written, sang and performed by women. It will be Heavy, Powerful and Beautiful for every single minute of it!

Reason One: Shadow Planet highlights some of the best female voices in extreme music, be it electronic or metal, or unusual performances in other genres. We praise the skill of female musicians and signers and their courage.

Reason Two: this shows talks of how women affect the world through Science and Activism. We consider that world should fall silent and listen when mad scientists, bringers of change, hackers and rebels speak.

Mark "Slim" Stevens has been a blues fan since the tender age of 13 when he went to see Johnny Winter playing with someone named Muddy Waters. That night changed the trajectory of his life, and still provides the inspiration that powers THE BIG BLUE TRAIN, a weekly 2 hour web-exclusive program filled with Blues, Retro-Soul, and Roots Rock & Roll.

Click the link above to sample The Big Blue Train and check out the playlists.

This is a program about mindfulness, what it is, how you do it, who else does it, where did it come from, why is it so popular, what are the benefits and what is the evidence? This show is a unique approach to the topic of mindfulness and unique radio show / podcast format in that it includes a broad variety of perspectives and topics as a lens for examining this thing called mindfulness, approaches typically not associated with the common understanding of the concept.

Every week, Host Colin Robinson of Liverpool gives listeners a 60-minute, contemporary version of the old-fashioned mixtape. A collection of linked music and stories from the depths of Colin's mind!

New episodes of this KFAI Web-exclusive music program are uploaded on Sundays.

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