11/20/18 Broadcasts

  • 8:00am – 10:00am Bryan Ferry in conversation with Liz Warner


    Roxy Music seemed to come out of nowhere. The bold self-titled debut album from 1972, a result of studio experimentation, seemed to defy categorization. Roxy’s extravagant fashion, curated with the help of art school friends, kept their audience ever curious about where they’d draw their cues from next. The record landed in the crates of record collections of an entire generation keen on eschewing flower power for punk-infused self-expression.

    Liz Warner sat down with Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music just after a live performance with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra in Los Angeles. This music-heavy feature takes a deep dive into early Roxy Music, and also into some of Ferry’s many influences leading up to that point through today.

    A new 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition of Roxy Music commemorates the recording. The collection contains a book, CDs with demos, outtakes and BBC radio sessions, and a DVD of live performances from the time.

    Roxy Music website: http://www.roxymusic.co.uk/

    A condensed, narrated version with Liz of this interview feature is found on Ampersand http://www.ampersandla.com/roxy-music/

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Ivan Zoloto – Guest Session

     

    Ivan Zoloto is an underground enthusiast, musician and composer from Republic of Karelia, Russia who recently re-located to Chicago. He runs Full of Nothing label and is a co-founder of New New World Radio. Ivan’s bringing outsider folk music, ambient and echoey cuts to Dublab’s LA office.

     

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Jeff Parker – The Time Of Life


    Musician Jeff Parker curates an eclectic selection of music from his library of recordings, and occasionally invites guest selectors and performers from his wide community of collaborators and friends.

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Thomas Klepper – Library of Sounds Past Present and Future Directions

    thomas_klepper_f12_11_19_12

    Thomas is part founder and resident of Music For Dancers, a Los Angeles staple in the underground dance community. His other projects include, but are not limited to, Open Spaces (live electronic music for listening), Association of Masks (cassette/vinyl label with limited releases), New Age Heroes (a blog of interviews that expose local unknown electronic music talent), Music by Romeo, Rinpoche Boys.

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Thomas Klepper w/guest Jill Fraser and Peter Grenader of zZyzx Society – Library of Sounds Past Present and Future Directions

    thomas_klepper_f12_11_19_12

    Thomas is part founder and resident of Music For Dancers, a Los Angeles staple in the underground dance community. His other projects include, but are not limited to, Open Spaces (live electronic music for listening), Association of Masks (cassette/vinyl label with limited releases), New Age Heroes (a blog of interviews that expose local unknown electronic music talent), Music by Romeo, Rinpoche Boys.

    Tomorrow on Library of Sounds: Past, Present, and Future Directions – from 2 to 4 PST we will have Jill Fraser and Peter Grenader of zZyzx Society in studio, premiering their new release and discussing the zeitgeist where music intersects sculpture

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm Hoseh – Version Sounds

    HOSEH
    “Version Sounds is my interpretation of radio communication, my version. At its roots, the show credits reggae dub for adding so much to the music we listen to today. From there the branches continue to sprout via a myriad of genres and time spans. Colombian cumbias meet Germanic techno dub meets British twee pop. Stereolab and Sun Ra lounge around as Stars of the Lid jam with Prince Jammy. You never know what to expect but you are guaranteed that the now sounds of 2013 will have a toast with the happening sonics of 1968 and beyond!” love, Hoseh

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Tyler Bell – Check In

    check_in

    Check in with Tyler Bell every third Tuesday from 8 pm to 10 pm Pacific on dublab.com. A wide variety of soul, funk and disco is played as it was originally made. Tyler Bell makes films and works in restaurants and bars in Los Angeles and Montgomery, Alabama.

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm Echo Park Film Center – Optical Track

    FilmCans-1200x500
    Optical Track is a weekly show presented by members of the Echo Park Film Center Co-op, a group of artists who collectively staff EPFC as volunteers for the cinematic revolution. Each week we will bring you a sonic slideshow as we turn off the projector bulbs and turn up the sound. Tuesdays 8 – 10pm pacific time on KFEP.
    Find Echo Park Film Center online at echoparkfilmcenter.org.