Eclectic

Yes, Blanche played Katy Perry’s single “Roar.” Because it was the theme song for the playoff run for YOUR NEW WNBA CHAMPIONS, THE MINNESOTA LYNX! All hail Dos Lynx!

A wide ranging scope crosses Quebecois, northern Italian, Ukrainian & Sephardic and Arab influenced music from Spain with Ethiopian brass band on today’s program. Also previews of a Brasilian bossanova artist and a Tamashek rock band from Mali coming to town this month, what else ?? — check it out !!!

A whole boatload of new sounds on tonight’s program… Brand new releases from Red Star Martyrs (on Dubophonic), Dub Architect, Offoner (on Dan Dada), Dub Terminator & High Freequency, Noble Vibes, Bombay Dub Orchestra, The Scientist meets Ted Sirota’s Heavyweight Dub (yes, that Scientist), Horace Andy & Grant Phabao (on Paris DJs), Karma Dub (another Dubophonic release), Jaqee, Oil City Boom Sound, Echorek, Congo Natty, Secret Archives of the Vatican, The Green (on Easy Star), Yellowman (2-CD retrospective), Babilonci, Farmer Nappy, and the various artists “Halloween at High Noon – Way of the Wicked” on High Noon. On top of that we aired a good chunk of the Dub Rockers Mixtape – Vol 1 mix (Mixed by DJ Juan Love). Rounding out the show with more great selections from King Tubby, Noodleman, YMCK, Dennis Brown, Ott, Jah Malla, Thirsty Moon, Earth Wind & Fire, Jah Thomas, YT, Chicago Afrobeat Project, and more…

Renowned rapper Phillip Morris, a recent Mpls transplant from Chicago, and Rogue Citizen artist Matt Wells joined Spin with Cyn during the 2nd hour to share unreleased songs, fave songs by fellow artists and talk about their art, the Rogue Citizen exhibition at Cause Spirits and Sound, and more!

Beginning a series of take-offs inspired by the War of the Worlds. Tonight it’s Red Invasion by the Audio Monks, and Dialogue With Martian Trombone by the Great Northern Audio Theatre.

DJ Musically Rich once again invades the Temposphere universe!

Episode #426 “Peter Wyngarde, Julie and Me.” Featuring an explanation of what really happened after Jenny kissed him AND a tribute to John Doremus’ “Patterns in Music.”

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