7/21/18 Broadcasts

  • 9:00am – 10:00am Kenneth Bager – Music for Dreams

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    Kenneth Bager from Copenhagen’s Music For Dreams label brings you his weekly radio show.
    The hour long show features the latest music from around the globe in his unique balearic style.
    You will hear unreleased exclusives and a round up of the latest new releases with the odd cheeky edit thrown in for good measure.

    The man with his iconic glasses – music visionary Kenneth Bager is a pioneer, music lover, label owner, producer, a&r, remixer, record hunter and collector. Through his legendary Club Coma and subsequent stints with Danish National Radio, he has been on air for 4 decades promoting dance music. These days he also does a weekly radio show for DUBLAB, as well as running his own Station Music For Dreams Radio and the label Music for Dreams plus he runs the Festival called Apple Flower Festival together with Claus Meyer

    http://musicfordreams.dk/
    https://www.facebook.com/kennethbager/
    https://www.instagram.com/kennethbagerofficial/
    https://soundcloud.com/kennethbagerofficial
    https://musicfordreams.bandcamp.com/
    https://www.discogs.com/user/MusicForDreams

  • 7:00pm – 10:00pm Xelor Era – Chronological FACs

    Xelor Era returns to dublab! Drop into this special three hour broadcast to hear his take on Factory Records’ music and the implications of the label’s social and musical impact. In three parts, Xelor Era builds a fresh narrative with bands known the world over. Here is an excerpt from the show:

    Introduction: It’s my belief that history is a wheel. A wheel that rolls through the street and runs over anyone in its path , and Factory Records is the victim of this wheel, a wheel of life that obviously didn’t need factory records, but it was what factory records brought through their discography that will always outrun this wretched wheel of life. From its inception in 1978, Tony Wilson had the belief that “the real money and power were in album sales ”, and it’s this belief that maintained Factory Records for 22 years and characterized the dilemma that Factory Records brought through opening The Hacienda and financial hardships created by the bands Happy Mondays and New Order…

  • 10:00pm – 11:59pm Machine Project – Human Sound Activities


    Poetry, words, and sounds by humans with occasional machine assistance.