Arts & Culture

Another installment from Noise: A Human History of Sound and Listening

Quite an assortment of rootical sounds and more on tonight’s show. Brand new releases from DubRaJah (the “Enkang EP” on Dubophonic); Dubkasm (the “Jah Victory/Right There EP” featuring Luciano); Injham (the “Vershaniza” album on KingDub); Paul Ching Hue & the Wya Band (with “Pick Up On It EP” on Unit 8); and “The Clocks Have Gone Mad” album from Brian Marsella’s Imaginarium. More new sounds from Frankie Paul & Mad Professor (“Lappy Juice”), Gaudi, Train to Roots, and Hempolics (“Life Ain’t Easy”). Rounding out our eclectic mix with tunes from Milton Blake, Hoarang, Shpongle, Les Nubians, Wailing Souls, Chronixx, U Brown, Ott, Replicant Rumba Rockers, Prince Fatty meets Nostalgia 77, Chicago Afrobeat Project, Manwel T, Ill-Esha, and more…

It's an all science fiction show. First, we speak with William Gibson about his new novel The Peripheral. He is also the author of many other works, including Neuromancer, which won the Hugo, Nebula and Philip K. Dick Memorial Awards, and the Bridge trilogy.

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Seasonsal songs, Celtic tunes & new releases!