Music

Subsonic Stu Fills In!!

Guest selector Nico McCoy joins Steely for a heavyweight session of Exotic Beats from Soundtracks, Library Recordings, and dusty forgotten Jazz LPs… featuring Adrian Younge, Karl Hector & The Malcouns, The Pink Jones Orchestra, John Barry, Jean Jacques Perrey, Shankar Family, Gary Pacific Orchestra, Charles Earland, The Jeff Wayne Space Shuttle, Gary Bartz NTU Troop and more…

In celebration of the upcoming International Workers’ Day and “El día del niño” (celebrated in Mexico on April 30), this program presents music about labor, workers, children and childhood.

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25th Anniversary AIDS Walk! Discussions about raising healthy gender variant youth!


Jamaica became an independent country in 1962 and for the past 50 years has been an international musical powerhouse, moving from ska to rock steady to reggae, roots and dancehall and beyond. General Moses (Legends of Ska) joined Brad Wrolstad on this week’s African Rhythms for a two hour survey of the evolution of Jamaican music featuring cuts from Prince Buster, Derrick Morgan, Alton Ellis, The Ethiopians, Desmond Dekker, Freddie McGregor, Black Uhuru, Jacob Miller and a host of others.

May Day/May 1st the international workers day—-born int e US in 1890 out of the fight for the 8-hour day: what does it mean in 2012? How do the immigrant rights marches—-begun in 2006—-intersect with US labor movement?

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