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This week Radio Antilles goes LatinoAltROCK! brought to you by Raúl Escobar, Pablo Miranda, and Emily. They’ll get you jammin’ with everything from rock, reggae, punk, ska, hip-hop, samba, dance, indie, and fusions of many Latino and world sounds.
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This week Rare Phorm  was in rare form and blew out the Studio 5 walls.  (Or maybe that's the way they ALWAYS are.)

Listen to that show in its entirety on our FOREVER archives by clicking here:  https://archive.org/details/1221RarePhorm

Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask Theatre
Produced by Dixie Treichel
In 1973 a small group of artists met in the basement of Walker Church in south Minneapolis and formed Powderhorn Puppet Theatre. Six years later the name changed to In Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, and nearly 30 years later the troupe is still going strong. Using the art of transformation in its stories and ceremonial performances, the company creates main-stage productions, educational programs, street performances and an annual May Day Parade and Festival that welcomes community participation. HOBT uses a variety of techniques, traditions and materials, including gigantic and small-rod puppets, shadow puppetry, hand puppets, colorful costumes and unique masks of all shapes and sizes. Both human and non-human characters are created, and performances focus on social justice and environmental themes. Still based in the Powderhorn neighborhood, In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre has grown into an internationally renowned theater with roots deeply planted in its community. For more infomration, visit http://www.hobt.org/. Produced for KFAI by Dixie Treichel.

Click “Episode Details” for complete playlist and to listen to show. Highlights include:Zappa’s “Chunga’s Revenge” was released Oct. 23, 1970, so we celebrated the 42nd anniversary of that as part of our “We Hope You’re Ready for Flo & Eddie” segment, plus new music by The Wallflowers, Iris Dement, Widespread Panic, Charlie Peacock, John Hiatt, Darrell Scott & Tim O’Brien, Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs, and Lindi Ortega. Older songs included James McMurtry, Eilen Jewell, Lonnie Donegan, Son Volt, Grayson Capps, The Doors, Paul Thorn, BR5-49, etc.

Largely African show morphs into Latin sounds & rhythms by the end.

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