2/15/19 Broadcasts

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Rene Contreras w/guests Momma and The Pantones – Oh No It's Monday!

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    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.

    This show will feature guest bands Momma and The Pantones.

    Momma hails from LA, and they have released albums through local label Danger Collective. More info here!

    The Pantones are from the region of Pomona, West Covina, and Chino Hills. They are recording a record at Jazz Cat Studio with the engineer behind releases from well known groups including but not limited to The Buttertones, Hanni El Khatib, TJ Panthers, Pinky Pinky, and so forth.


    The Pantones

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Domenic Priore – ’66 Sunset Strip

    Take a trip to ’66 Sunset Strip with show host Domenic Priore as Dublab steps into the wayback machine and revisits 1960s Hollywood nightclubs like The Trip, Hullabaloo, Whisky a Go Go and Pandora’s Box.

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm 1/2 OFF – Event Horizon


    1/2 OFF is the musical persona of dublab’s Broadcast Manager/Audio Engineer, Owen Michael Cole. Aside from making music and working within the rap section of the industry, he enjoys skateboarding and long nights.

    His show, Event Horizon is a monthly program with no single direction, but instead an abundance of possible outcomes.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm Awesome Tapes From Africa

    Brian Shimkovitz is the person behind one of the most notable music blogs available. Awesome Tapes from Africa—the blog, label, and DJ project— was initially created as a way for Shimkovitz to share the music he had come across while on a Fulbright scholarship in Ghana. He was interested in the variety of genres and artists he found, distributed mainly on cassette tapes at markets, but that he had not come across outside West Africa. Most Awesome Tapes From Africa releases are official re-releases of out-of-print cassettes from African musicians and bands. In addition to the website and his show on dublab, Shimkovitz DJ’s concerts, clubs, and at festivals.

    On his monthly dublab program, Brian Shimkovitz presents live cassette-only DJ sessions of rare Afro-rhythm magnetism. Each themed edition of the program pursues sonic avenues across the continent’s micro- and macro-music, including many styles and genres you might not have heard yet. Press play and let music from the Mother Continent ripple through you.

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Jake Jenkins w/guest MC Paul Barman – 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!

    MC Paul Barman, the crested bird of nested words, loves radio. His new album (((echo chamber))) from Mello Music Group is a must-listen with top tier rhymes and production from ?uestlove, Prince Paul, Memory Man (who Paul will be asking to help mix some exclusive audio for dublab), and Kenny Segal (who will probably join Paul in the studio July 23 and will def be behind the boards for their show at Low End Theory July 25). We shoot light flares through nightmares. Thank you.

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm Aaron Paar – Stomping Grounds

    Aaron Paar takes you on a journey through the depths of the Underground Music experience with Music spanning the spectrum of Soul & Beyond.

  • 10:00pm – 11:59pm Jenny NONO w/guest Ewa Wojciak from NO MAG – In Conversation

    Interview with the uber cool Ewa Wojciak former co-creator/ publisher/ artistic director of NO MAG an LA punk and no-wave counterculture magazine from 1978-1985