6/20/18 Broadcasts

  • 9:00am – 10:00am Reverberation Radio

    Reverberation Radio is a music project between friends. A close-knit group of collectors who create weekly mixes of largely forgotten tracks drawing from many expressions of strange pop and instrumentals. The mixes span disparate decades, cultures and countries revealing music that is intertwined, revolving, and relative. Fifty-two mixes a year for five straight years and no end in sight.”

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave – Things of Life

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    It’s the simple things isn’t it? The little things of life. Good food, sunshine, no traffic, dark coffee, 72˚ breeze, telephone off the hook and music every Friday morning a la Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave.

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave w/guest Party Dad – Things of Life

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    It’s the simple things isn’t it? The little things of life. Good food, sunshine, no traffic, dark coffee, 72˚ breeze, telephone off the hook and music every Friday morning a la Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave.

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Slayron – Analogue Players Club

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    Slayron digs deep in to the abyss of tones, drones, dubs, clubs, riddims and rhythms, smooth grooves and deep moves. Sometimes friends joins sometimes He flys the BassShip solo…

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Ben Block -guest DJ Set

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    Rivmic melodies with no eggsplanation, more for pants, less for mind. Notes and tones find the bones.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm West Coast Fog – dublab Session

    Your host Erik Bluhm takes you on an audio tour of the Western you might be unaware of, visiting obscure moments in musical history along the way. You might hear folk rock and proto-raga rock 45 from the mid ‘60s, rural psychedelic private LP meanderings, self-released audio poetry, obscure history lessons, DIY art/synth and post punk sides, and/or experimental nothingness in tape form.

    Bluhm was the editor of Great God Pan magazine (“the Champion of Californiana”) through the ‘90s and West Coast Fog may be seen as an aural extension of that venture.

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm DJ Fruity – guest Session


    This session will feature DJ Fruity and Hashim B:
    FRUITY is a Juke/Footwork DJ,Musician,Producer based in Tokyo known as an owner of music label ”SHINKARON”.
    And also one of residents of ”Battle Train Tokyo” which is a chicago footwork dance battle tournament.

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm The Mole – guest session

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    The Mole is celebrating his third studio Album, ‘De La Planet’ which will be released October 6th on the label, Maybe Tomorrow.

    Disco, jazz, hip hop, funk—all is fair game when it comes time for The Mole to pull either inspiration or wax for his house-heavy DJ sets and live presentations. Decades in, the Vancouver native still gets the jitters before a performance, which speaks a lot to his ethos. For a man for whom a record bag is so much more than the sum of its parts, every gig is a big deal. And if you’ve ever had the chance to catch him in action—be it DJing or jumping from his MPC to a sole turntable, you’d agree.

    Low-key and loved by many, the rambling capitán of Maybe Tomorrow boasts a steadfast commitment to keeping it groovy above all. “And weird!” A normally elusive creature, The Mole can be found most at home behind a DJ booth during the wee smoky hours in the midst of long, drawn-out sets. The more time for injecting a bit of Marvin Gaye here, some Mercedes Sosa there, the better. Known for his love of sonic collage and musical noodling, he boasts a long and colourful list of releases—for labels like Perlon, Ostgut Ton, Slices of Life, Haunt, Musique Risquée, New Kanada, Internasjonal and longtime home Wagon Repair.

    A relentless digger with an utter disregard for the structural capabilities of his living room floor, De la Plante is on a constant one-man mission to keep the record store industry afloat. This means, in his case, approaching music with the kind of open-mindedness and humility necessary for not only acquiring, but learning. That might be what makes him an ideal band mate to his friends in Modern Deep Left Quartet and Units & Measurements. “That or the fart jokes.”

    It’s this refreshing humility and a genuine love for music that make The Mole—an artist with a career spanning over 20 years—an easy one to recognize at a party. He’s the guy with an ear-to-ear grin on his face, wondering how in the world he’s getting paid for having so much fun.