6/23/18 Broadcasts

  • 9:00am – 10:00am FGM – guest dublab Session

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    Join us on this fine Wednesday morning for a special broadcast from FGM (Foreground Music).

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Ale – Elevation Through Sound

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    Alejandro Cohen is a musician and composer from Los Angeles, California. He has written and performed music as part of numerous projects and groups, including Languis, Pharaohs and Psychic Powers. He is also a composer of music for TV shows, documentaries and educational materials. Ale works at dublab as part of the full time office team along with frosty and Lavenders.

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Jennifer Herrema – The Banana Question

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    “On the “Banana Question” show I will play whatever I feel like playing and will occasionally be curated by occasional guests…..Bananas? Bananas!!!”

  • 2:00pm – 3:00pm Greg Belson – The Divine Chord Gospel Show

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    A series of monthly radio shows hosted by Greg Belson on dublab.com, dedicated to gospel soul, funk and spirituals from the 1960’s thru to the 1980’s.

    The Divine Chord Gospel Show branches out into gospel influenced cuts and artists that crossed over to performing secular cuts too; so plenty of rarities all played from original vinyl, either on 45 or LP format. The Divine Chord Gospel Show Facebook Page

    For this coming session, DCGS pt. 69, please join us on 22nd March @ 2pm US PDT (9pm UK GMT) for 60 minutes of soulfulful rarities that join the dots from deep to sweet, from modern to funk….the kinda stuff you might not have heard before. I’ll be firmly back in the saddle, armed with a crate of new acquisitions to the collection, ready to air out for your audio enjoyment.

    Join the DCGS train, why dont’cha!

  • 3:00pm – 4:00pm Greg Belson – Time Less

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    An infrequent broadcast hosted by DJ Greg Belson, focusing on the beatscapes of 90’s club culture. Tracks that were forward thinking in production techniques, ground breaking in textures and time signatures but yet often forgotten. With the 2000’s came the advent of more powerful computers, easier accessibility to software and an ease to create at home; beatmakers of the 90’s had to either adapt or fall by the wayside. We’ll be unearthing some of the cream of the crop, that still relied on outboard gear, physical mixing desks and insane wired up patch bays to get the job done. With it came a certain warmth, particularly when it was arguably the last bastion of dance music to promote, press and present their music solely onto vinyl….it’s within these grooves that we’d like to celebrate with you a time in beat making. Join us as we spin the original format of what truly was a ‘Time-Less’ age.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm Boss Harmony – Punky Reggae Party

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    Punky Reggae Party broadcasts every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month and features musical selections from the punk & post-punk period between 1977 – 1982 (although other era’s, sub-genres & pre-punk influences are often represented), as well as Jamaican music from the ska, rock steady & roots reggae era’s, respectively. Many of the British post-punk bands were influenced by reggae music & it’s recording techniques, and that experimental spark is the nucleus of the show.

    Punky Reggae Party started when David Orlando (Boss Harmony) and Jason Mason of Dub Club, teamed up with Michael Stock And Ben White of Part Time Punks in 2006. Existing & developing at various venues in Downtown, Los Angeles, it ultimately found a home at La Cita Bar (now promoted & DJ’d solely by David & Michael). Many bands (both punk and reggae) have performed throughout the years, and a few have cited it (PRP) as their favorite place to play. The DJ’s are avid vinyl lovers, so new records are got & played every week. There ARE some staples, however, which include recordings by bands like, PIL, The Wailers, The Clash, Culture, The Specials, Black Uhuru, The Slits, The Skatalites, The Ramones, The Pop Group, and many, many others.

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Lovefingers – ESP Institute

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    Welcome to the ESP Institute. Please remove your shoes at the door. Thank you.