Eclectic

Episode #387 – The on-hold music of tomorrow – TODAY!

Tonight on Radio Pocho, it’s R.I.P. 2012. Expect to hear tunes of last year’s departed

Covering highlights of 2012 thru the rear view mirror… releases, concerts, and more.

Kicking off a brand new year in style! Dub style that is… First off however, we had two cool versions of “Auld Lang Syne” – Eban Schletter’s cosmic electronic version, and Ghetto Priest’s nyabinghi melding of the New Year classic and his reworking of Robert Burns’ “Slave’s Lament”. Then came the dub, including brand new stuff from Aldubb, Radiola Dub Sound System, Profit, Bandulu Dub, and MakaRon, and recent releases from Kojo Neatness, The Breadwinners, Super Hi-Fi, Adrian Sherwood, Dub Rifles, Invisible Criminal, and Bost & Bim (mashing up Jimi Hendix!). Added to this were Prince Fatty, Anthony B, Empresarios, Dub Majestic, Hal Blaine, David Pablo, John Brown’s Body, Steve Steppa, Kukan Dub Lagan, Ruts DC & Mad Professor, Celt Islam ft. Dawoud Kringle, The Abyssinians, I-Roy, and more…

New Year’s Day! Featuring New Year’s Day themed songs, songs about new beginnings and a few about putting the past behind us. Happy New Year!

Vintage Season – Story by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore, and this production from Sci-Fi Radio. The story concerns Mr. Wilson who rents his house to some foreign visitors, but then wants to kick them out because someone else is offering way too much money to buy the house – as long as he can move into it right away. The renters insist on staying. Why is everyone so eager to stay just here, and just now?

DJ Musically Rich takes the boards!

Getting fed to a Tiger sounds pretty good when performed by the Markko Polo Adventurers

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