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Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #290, Segment 1

6 days 21 hours ago
(1.) By All Means - Jazz Spastiks ft. The Artifacts (2.) Wall To Wall - Emskee (3.) Baysider - Moka Only (4.) Back To Back - Large Professor (5.) Once Again - JSwiss ft. Mark Whitfield (6.) The Vibz - Ant1 (7.) No Comp - Amazing Maze ft. Cella Dwellas and Ran Reed (8.) Good As It Gets - Illastrate ft. Senor KAOS (9.) Yes Yes Y'all - Horror City, AFRO, Alcynoos and Parental (10.) Bob James - Soviets (Jeff Spec & Chaix) (11.) Quiet Dawn - Klim Beats (12.) Canim - DJ Nio (13.) Was it a Dream - Freddie Joachim (14.) Cereal Killa - Papoose (15.) Hit Me With That (Vice remix instrumental) (16.) Couldn't Be - Aquakultre & Uncle Fester ft. Tachichi (17.) Warrior Heart - Es-K (18.) One 4 Dilla - Verdinyo (19.) Statik Selektah (instrumental) - Know-It
Gamma Krush

Radio Thrift Shop: Bargain Basement 22, Segment 1

1 week ago
Radio Thrift Shop Bargain Basement is a half hour supplement recorded and uploaded on no set schedule. Archaeology from the impossibly mixed up record crates collecting dust in the thrift shop basement ... music that hasn't seen the light of day for decades
Frederick Moe

Cool Solutions: Funding Cool Communities, Segment 1

1 week ago
We have 3 stories about the power of community to multiply climate money and turn it to social good. Olympia raises sales tax for free transit. A matching grant sends crowdfunding over the top. Connecticut's Green Bank delivers on solar justice. Storytellers: Robert Pollin-Political Economy Research Institute, Clark Gilman- Mayor ProTem Olympia WA Ann Freeman Manzanares- InterCity Transit, Abe Salorio- Sustainable CT, Bryan Garcia- Connecticut Green Bank
Wendy Ring

Latin Waves : interviews economist/author/Educator Robin Hahnel, Segment 1

1 week ago
Robin Eric Hahnel is Professor of Economics at Portland State University. He was a professor at American University for many years and traveled extensively advising on economic matters all over the world. His latest book is “For the people by the people” a case for participatory economics" Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Robin about economics and the politics of latin America Post Trump, the opportunities and failings of the Democratic part, New Green Deal, Universal Income and the future for progressives
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with Jace Martin interview (Pop, Rock) Hour 1, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Encore: Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes Mr. Jace Martin from Toronto, Ontario. Singer, song writer and entrepreneur, He has just dropped his new album out "Rainboworld.” Jace is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, stop by and read all about him and check our interview at www.IndigenousinMusic.com. Music from Jace Martin, Nancy Sanchez, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Iceis Rain, Eadse, Angel Baribeau, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, Somos Uno, Chancha Via Circuito, Sidestepper, Orishas, Samantha Crain, Darren Geffery, Brandis Knudsen, Nimkish, Stolen Identity, La Dame Blanche, Systema Solar, DJ Bitman, The Halluci Nation, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Somos Uno, Carsen Gray, Kinky, Crown Lands, Joshua Arden Miller, Jerry Sereda, Esther Penneli, 1915 and much much more. Visit us on our music page at IndigenousinMusic.com and our homepage at indigenousinmusicandarts.org. We have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
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New World Notes: #468 -- Peasant of the Dawn (R), Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Excellent audio collage by Virtual Renderings, slightly condensed by me. It's a meditation on class warfare, the ruling elite's dislike of democracy, American exceptionalism, economic inequality, mind control, and the prescience of George Orwell. Voices heard belong to Howard Zinn, Michael Parenti, Noam Chomsky, historian Morris Berman, and Ken Nordine (himself a master of audio collage), among others. Includes dramatic readings from Orwell's "1984" & some good music.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #468 -- Peasant of the Dawn (R), Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Excellent audio collage by Virtual Renderings, slightly condensed by me. It's a meditation on class warfare, the ruling elite's dislike of democracy, American exceptionalism, economic inequality, mind control, and the prescience of George Orwell. Voices heard belong to Howard Zinn, Michael Parenti, Noam Chomsky, historian Morris Berman, and Ken Nordine (himself a master of audio collage), among others. Includes dramatic readings from Orwell's "1984" & some good music.
Kenneth Dowst

Taylor Report: Witnesses in Rusesabagina case range from Kidnapper to Paid Informant, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Phil once again focuses on the kidnapping, arrest, and trial of Paul Rusesabagina in Kigali, Rwanda. Paul has removed himself from the trial because he was illegally rendered to Rwanda and is actually a Belgian citizen. In addition, he has been denied access to his lawyers and suffered having his personal papers read by the prosecution. One of the witnesses for the prosecution of Rusesabagina was a teacher in California. She is a registered agent of the government of Rwanda, paid $5,000 a month to seek out information about opponents of the Kagame regime. In other words, she is a police information and an agent provocateur who sought out many Rwandan expatriates with the purpose of linking them to illegal activities. A new book, "Do Not Disturb," has been written by Michaela Wrong about Paul Kagame, the present dictator of Rwanda. The book documents the assassinations by Kagame's RPF of two African Presidents, which started the killings in Rwanda in 1994.
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