10:00am – 12:00pm
Water Week Takeover – Oh No It's Monday!
Oh No It’s Monday focuses on up and coming music coming from different areas of the world. The show also brings attention on what bands to watch that happen to live in our own backyard in Los Angeles. Sometimes they have special guest musicians whom are on tour and happen to be in town. Monday’s don’t have to be terrible tune in grab a morning drink and discover new music from around the world and from your own backyard.
On today’s episode the Viva Con Agua crew will be taking over for the start of Water Week. Presenting a series of concerts, parties and events, the Hamburg-based water non-profit Viva con Agua, and artists from Hamburg, Berlin, Los Angeles, and Kampala (Uganda) will take part in Water Week and spotlight trans-border cultural and artistic collaboration and free access to potable water worldwide.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Lucky Dragons – Situations
“Situations” broadcasts on the third Monday of each month. Organized by Luke Fischbeck and Sarah Rara (Lucky Dragons / Sumi Ink Club), with sometimes guests and collaborators, often from remote and specific locations. “Situations” is our way of listening to the news of the day, music from our surroundings at this moment, a set of circumstances that we either make or find.
Luke Fischbeck and Sarah Rara are Los Angeles-based artists collaborating as “Lucky Dragons“, a band that has been active since 2000. They are known for their participatory approach to making music, radically inclusive live shows, and playful, humanistic use of digital tools. Listen to “Situations” live the third Wednesday of every month from 2 PM – 4 PM on dublab.com.
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Victoria O' Hanlon – Monthly dublab Show
Victoria O’Hanlon brings you a monthly radio show sharing a mind-bending selection of music. Here is the second episode of her new program that you can stream and download now!
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Seano – The Treehouse
Paving his way in the music scene since ’06, Seano began as an assistant teacher at the Scratch DJ Academy in Los Angeles, where he fell under the tutelage of the late DJ Hideo. Sean has distinguished himself from other DJ’s, specializing in genres from World, Soul, Electronica, Reggae, Disco and Hip Hop. Currently, Sean produces and hosts his own weekly radio show, Soundwaves Radio on 90.7FM KPFK every Saturday morning from 2-4am where he has welcomed and interviewed guests, like J.Rocc of the World Famous Beat Junkies, Mark De Clive-Lowe and Shuggie Otis.
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Jake Jenkins – Friendly Futures Radio
Monday evenings, Friendly Futures Radio floats and fills the dublab skies with Los Angeles musical enthusiasm with particular hip-hop diligence, new age headiness and certainly Silky sentimentality. Cornering and covering all of the communities within the community, future roots on full. All in transcribing details within the history. We love the history!
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Monalisa – Paths Of Rhythm
A continuous mix of early/mid 80’s post-punk, new wave, jazz-funk & more from:
10:00pm – 11:59pm
Maria Minerva w/guest Joanna Demers – Estonian Air
Monthly excuse to play my favorite music and interview my favorite people.
This month Maria is joined by Joanna Demers:
Joanna Demers is associate professor and chair of Musicology at USC Thornton School of Music. She received a PhD in musicology (Princeton, 2002) and a DMA in contemporary flute performance (UC San Diego, 2002). Her teaching interests include popular and experimental music since 1945, philosophy, aesthetics, and electronic music.
Prof. Demers writes both scholarly and creative works that explore philosophical issues in recent music. She has published two scholarly books: Listening Through the Noise: The Aesthetics of Experimental Electronic Music (Oxford University Press, 2010), and Steal This Music: How Intellectual Property Law Affects Musical Creativity (University of Georgia Press, 2006). She has also written two novels: Drone and Apocalypse: An Exhibit Catalog for the End of the World (Zero Books, 2015), and Anatomy of Thought-Fiction: CHS Report, 2214 (Zero Books, 2017). Her forthcoming projects include a novel on the disappearance of the American university, and a scholarly book on the louche in recent French pop.