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Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 514, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's two decade long (and counting) experiment. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to & features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cassettes & cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library. It's never the same program twice - or even once
Frederick Moe

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 210312 - The Rise of the Oilygarchy*, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This week’s radio show explores the history of oil, and its influence over the development of our civilization through the 20th Century. A lot of very slippery slopes, lubricated with oil. In Part 2, we cover the plight of the unhoused — and to pay for providing housing for the unhoused, we suggest the trillions of dollars that have disappeared into the Pentagon’s budget without anyone knowing where all that money went. Listen responsibly. It’s time for the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 210312 - The Rise of the Oilygarchy*, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This week’s radio show explores the history of oil, and its influence over the development of our civilization through the 20th Century. A lot of very slippery slopes, lubricated with oil. In Part 2, we cover the plight of the unhoused — and to pay for providing housing for the unhoused, we suggest the trillions of dollars that have disappeared into the Pentagon’s budget without anyone knowing where all that money went. Listen responsibly. It’s time for the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

Global Research News Hour: The Ides Of March: Ten Years of Bloodshed in Syria, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This week on the Global Research News Hour we feature a special documentary retrospective on the Syrian civil war which was in fact a foreign fueled insurgency, outlining the state of the players on the opposition side, including the US, and a review of the many facets that distinguishes this US war from previous military incursions. The voices include Syrian journalist and commentator Steven Sahiounie, independent journalist and historian Gareth Porter, and Syrian based Western journalist Vanessa Beeley.
CKUW news

The Mix Sessions Underground: 84 - TMS Underground, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
The Mix Sessions Underground brings you hard to find cutting edge Deep House and Techno grooves from dance floors around the globe weekly. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download CONTACT: sean@amplifiedradio.ca
Amplified Radio Network

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #229/The Social Network, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Sonic Café with the words of Ronnie Butler, Jr. , so how you doing anyway? I’m Scott Clark, welcome to episode 229. This time the Sonic Café looks at social media, how it’s reshaping our society, and our brains. So put your smart phone down and listen up as internet pioneer and author Jaron Lanier explains how the sophisticated algorithms in your social media apps are subtly changing how we feel, what we think, and where we spend our money. To lighten things up a bit, we’ll also present some social media comedic perspectives, listen for Lachlan Patterson, Seth Tippetts and Rachel Feinstein, all wrapped in a social media aware music mix including the Limousines with their tune, Internet Killed the Video Star, plus music from Distrubed, Parquet Courts, Incubus, Sheryl Crow, Thrice and also a tune from Broken Social Scene. Because if you’re going to present a show about the social media you’ve just got to include a song from Broken Social Scene. Right? Anyway all that and more as the Sonic Café presents something we’re calling the Social Network, from that little café on the coast that hopes you like us on Facebook. We’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark