12/17/17 Broadcasts

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Larry G – The Programme with Larry G

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    Larry G. presents the Saturday morning show featuring great new music, classic tracks & listener’s choices to soundtrack your weekend. Along with the lovely music, live guests and listener participation highlight The Programme. The Programme with Larry G. is a monthly radio show broadcast the 2nd Saturday of each month.

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Liz Warner – Alternate Take

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    All manner of music, features, conversations and explorations.

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm D Tiberio w/guest Kevin Greenspon – Patterns of Lorena

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    Patterns of Lorena focuses on left-leaning movements in dance, ambient, experimental and computer music. Selections are often in the moody realm but there are no set rules. Expect new sounds from artists both local and abroad, upcoming Timetable releases and guest selectors.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm CALLIE w/guest Aria Rostami – CUTS 01

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    CUTS 01 / a melting pot of dark wave electronic, footwork, bounce, hip hop, jazz and textured instrumentals all linked together by a cacophony of samples which have been cut, chopped, and screwed from vinyls excavated from the depths of dollar bins around Los Angeles and beyond.

    This episode of CUTS 01 will feature a special set and interview w/guest Aria Rostami in anticipation of his upcoming release.

    Aria Rostami currently lives in Brooklyn, New York and moved there after living and making music in San Francisco for 11 years. Rostami started releasing music under his own name in early 2011 and has releases on labels such as Spring Theory, Glacial Movements, Dark Entries, Crash Symbols, Zoom Lens, Audiobulb and Jacktone Records. Rostami has been a musician since 1997, a producer since 2004 and mixes both skills when creating his works. Rostami has explored genres ranging from ambient to techno and has released concept records that focus on topics such as new technology’s influence on communication between civilians of the United States and Iran, how culture is exchanged, preserved and/or changed within the diaspora and how things are lost in translation for the children of immigrants – the ripple effect of life and how individuals carry through those they’ve influenced even after their deaths – and the decay of form and the illusion of control. Aria Rostami also occasionally releases collaborations work with Daniel Blomquist.

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Jeff Weiss – POW Radio

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    In the grand tradition of spinoffs (“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” “The Simpsons,” “It’s Pat”) POW Radio is the audible extension of the Passion of Weiss website and label. Expect regional rap, psych-rock, dub, grime, house, and a cleansing tonic of misanthropy. Hosted by Jeff Weiss alongside Torii MacAdams, Paul Thompson, and other writers from the website, POW Radio seeks to dig up obscurities that should be popular and bury popular artists that should be obscure.

  • 8:00pm – 9:00pm Evan Gipson – The Music of Morphite

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    This synth-heavy mix is comprised of music from Carpark artist, Evan Gipson. For the most part, the majority of these tracks are new and unreleased, but feature a few favorites of Gipson’s from his video game soundtracks. A collaboration with Marumari, a fellow Carpark Records artist, is featured in the set as well- the track is called “More Morphite” and is from Gipson’s soundtrack for the newly released game, Morphite. Other featured music includes unused tracks from HammerBomb and “An Ascent” from The Deer God, two other games that Gipson wrote the music for.

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm Kristine Barilli – Extravagant Negligence

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    Kristine lovingly shares her affinity for obscure oddities in her record collection whilst peppering in covers from all over the world. Her radio DJ style doesn’t stray to too far from her sets at music venues and parties around the globe. No genre is safe in this radio program. Priding herself on her ability to bridge the gap between genres, no two sets will ever be the same.