Eclectic

Time to get new calendars, cherish the old and welcome the unknown ! Happy New Year — to all, yet it was dampened by a large fire on the West Bank burning up Cedar Ave. during the program.

Within a couple hours of the ball dropping in Times Square, Dr. StrangeDub & DJ Baby Swiss were ringing in the new year in a dubwise stylee… Starting things off with the best version of “Auld Lang Syne” ever: the “Auld Lang Syne/Slaves Lament” masterpiece from Ghetto Priest. Followed this with the reggae instrumental version from The Drastics, and then the wigged-out “cosmic” version from Eban Schletter. A couple more versions of “Auld Lang Syne” in the program, plus a few more seasonal tunes – including the great “What a Wonderful World” from Louis Armstrong (as remixed by the Orb), plus Dennis “Blackbeard” Bovell’s cool a capella version. But only going so far in the seasonal mode… We also filled the show with more great sounds from Dubblestandart (from the excellent “Woman in Dub” album), Gentleman’s Dub Club, Rootz Underground, Dub Gabriel ft. U-Roy, Josh Heinrichs & Friends, Serengety, Capital Letters, Lee Scratch Perry, Rico, E.R.S., Kukan Dub Lagan, Dub Architect/Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Ticklah, and much more…

Best of 2013 records local and non-local. Sean Anonymous and Phillip Morris (and Morris’s kids) joined during the 2nd hour to spin their new, and unreleased music, plus a few faves in advance of Sean Anon’s Birthday celebration performance at First Avenue on Saturday.

Episode 2 of the nationally syndicated series of The Little City In Space, from the Post-Void Radio Theater.

Brad Wrolstad from KFAI’s African Rhythms sits in for Luke on the year end edition of Temposphere.

Episode #438 – Songs that go “Boing,” Boi-Yoing,” and song that go “weelee, leelee, leueelleeee.”

2013 musical moments

Hosted by Miguel Vargas and Veronica Ochoa, revisiting some of the best music 2013 had to offer.

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