Drop in tonight, Friday 9pm, for the Inside Track to hear Daniel Bachman's newest LP, Jesus I'm A Sinner: the follow up to last year's acclaimed 'Seven Pines'. It was recorded in Rappahannock County Virginia at Forrest Marquisee's studio inside his father's woodshop in May of 2013 after spending 8 months on the road.
Tonight's NEW SCIENCE EXPERIENCE will feature local house music makers ARCHAELI. They'll be spinning some tunes from 10-11pm then they're pulling out their gear and playing live until midnight. Check it out for some serious tuneage!!!!
This week on Hell Or Hell Water Gina B will be playing a compilation of classic blues from the late 20s to the early 40s. "The 78s preserved here are excellent examples of the form. Masters such as Mead Lux Lewis and Pine Top Smith tickle the ivories with amazing dexterity." Tune in at 1pm on Sunday for some honky tonk, boogie woogie, and hip shakin' struttin'!
This Sunday's Broken Music will focus on a great new collection of previously hard-to-find recordings of the seminal Greek composer Michael Adamis. Born in 1929, Adamis is one of the most important Greek composers/musique-concrete artists of the 20th Century whose early career focused on attempting to reconcile traditional Byzantine musical traditions with contemporary 'Western' composition techniques. Tune in from 2-3pm as we explore the criminally underexposed electroacoustic recordings of Adamis's early works.
This Sunday from 5 to 6, tune in to Fusion Youth Radio! This month the high school students of FYR will be discussing North Carolina Politics. We will be sharing some short audio docs in addition to live discussion on Voter ID, Moral Mondays, Healthcare in NC, and other hot topics. There will also be a live interview with poet and FYR member, Brantise.
On this week's Sports Rap expect a lot of friends and a lot of college basketball talk. Questions might include: who's the best freshman in the country, what teams have the best chance at a national championship, what can UNC expect, and as always, who am I? Listen live (Sunday 9-10PM) to participate! (@dunksbutts)
This week on Should Does Does Radio, we're hosting the editors of Siren, the newly reinstated student-produced feminist magazine. We'll be talking about the process of bringing it back, and have readings galore!
On the Outside Track on Monday at 9pm you'll hear the sounds of William Onyeabor on Luaka Bop's recent compilation of his work, Who Is William Onyeabor? They've collected nine of Onyeabor's tracks recorded from 1977 to 1983. Onyeabor quit music permanently after becoming a born-again Christian, but before he did he released a lot of sunny, synth-heavy Afro-funk in a style similar to one of his contemporaries, Francis Bebey.