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BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: Django’s Jazz, Gogol’s Punk, Music of the Romani People, & Andalusian Dance on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, November 29)

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: Django’s Jazz, Gogol’s Punk, Music of the Romani People, & Andalusian Dance on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, November 29)

Eugene Hütz in 2012. / "Gogol Bordello - Rock in Rio Madrid 2012 - 55" by Carlos Delgado. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons - CLICK TO ENLARGE Of her next broadcast (Sunday, November 29th), Darla Bea writes: “Celebrate the sounds of Spain, Bohemia, France, Budapest, and Eastern Europe with this week’s lesson on the music of the [...]

Doom Corporation: Blackened Friday (Nov 27th @ 12pm)

Doom Corporation: Blackened Friday (Nov 27th @ 12pm)

Doom Corporation with the Chemist The Friday after Thanksgiving is not just a day to spend bloated and hungover. It is an opportunity to duly worship the most powerful, omnipotent false idol; the all mighty dollar.  Line up in the dark for the Shopocalypse (Reverend Billy) so you can crush your fellow man under foot as you scramble for that [...]

Now Be Thankful with “Frank ‘n’ George” (November 24)

Now Be Thankful with “Frank ‘n’ George” (November 24)

Despite our seemingly cynical, hard-bitten, bitter, vitriolic, nasty, and often downright rude exteriors, we are nice guys at heart. (It's just our hearts are two sizes too small.) And we get moved, if we make sure we hide it--like, who let all that dust in here! My eyes! So, this week, given the holiday bearing down on us, we have chosen as our [...]

THE FREAK POWER TICKET’s Thanksgiving Special: On NEIL YOUNG’s Lyrics, Influence, & Protest Spirit + Jarmusch’s Western DEAD MAN (Mon., Nov. 23)

THE FREAK POWER TICKET’s Thanksgiving Special: On NEIL YOUNG’s Lyrics, Influence, & Protest Spirit + Jarmusch’s Western DEAD MAN (Mon., Nov. 23)

Monday’s edition of “The Freak Power Ticket” returns to an (occasional) seasonal tradition, reflecting on the myths and realities of the Thanksgiving holiday. “The event that Americans commonly call the ‘First Thanksgiving’ was celebrated by the Plymouth … after their first harvest in the New World in 1621,” according to [...]

PASSAGE TO INDIA: Sounds of the Asian Underground, Bhangra Fusion, Cyber Raga, & Punjabi Pop on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, November 22)

PASSAGE TO INDIA: Sounds of the Asian Underground, Bhangra Fusion, Cyber Raga, & Punjabi Pop on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, November 22)

Talvin Singh, ambient tabla (Photo by Didi on Flickr - Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License )Of her next broadcast (Sunday, November 22), DJ Darla Bea writes: "Join me tonight as we travel from Britain to India by way of the radio airwaves to learn about the electronica genre Asian Underground. From Britpop's Cornershop to MIDIval [...]

The Beef Boys Ask: Are You an Islamophobe? on “Steeze & Stoze Presents: The Beef Boys” (Friday, November 20th)

The Beef Boys Ask: Are You an Islamophobe? on “Steeze & Stoze Presents: The Beef Boys” (Friday, November 20th)

"Very Redneck: Confederate Bikini...Canton First Monday, Texas flea market since mid 1800s." (Photo by MyEyeSees on Flickr - Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License )KCSB-FM shares the following Beef Boys news release describing today’s edition of “Steeze & Stoze Presents: The Beef Boys” (November 20th), which airs each Friday from [...]

A Culture of Protest Joe Hill Special! (Thursday, Nov 19th @6pm)

A Culture of Protest Joe Hill Special! (Thursday, Nov 19th @6pm)

Joe HillPublic domain, Wikimedia Commons Joe Hill was executed by a firing squad in Salt Lake City exactly 100 years ago. This week’s show is devoted to how his trial, execution, funeral and legacy have been represented culturally, culminating in a musical collage based on “I Dreamed I Saw Joe Hill Last Night" as well as a number of songs, [...]

Peace Piece on “Frank ‘n’ George” (November 17)

Peace Piece on “Frank ‘n’ George” (November 17)

We chose this theme even before all the ugliness went down in Paris and Beirut, and no doubt smaller in number but equally painful losses elsewhere round the globe as people don't seem to want to be too nice to each other of late. (Even in the U.S., of thee we drone, and we don't mean some barely listenable chant we might play on this show.) So, [...]

POP GOES THE WORLD: Yé-yé Girls, Tokyo’s Shibuya-kei, Bossa Nova Boys, & Mexico’s King of Space-Age Pop on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, November 15)

POP GOES THE WORLD: Yé-yé Girls, Tokyo’s Shibuya-kei, Bossa Nova Boys, & Mexico’s King of Space-Age Pop on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, November 15)

"Francoise Hardy (1969)" by Joost Evers / Anefo - Nationaal Archief. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 nl via Commons Of her next broadcast (Sunday, November 15), DJ Darla Bea says: "Pop goes the World tonight from 8-10pm on Santa Barbara's School of Rock, as I'll be sharing a two-hour lesson on Global Pop Music. Listen up to hear: the girl [...]

“Groovy Tuesday” features Jazz Musician Jennifer Leitham (Tuesday, Oct 10th @ 8pm)

“Groovy Tuesday” features Jazz Musician Jennifer Leitham (Tuesday, Oct 10th @ 8pm)

Jennifer Leitham.Courtesy of the artist. Tonight on "Groovy Tuesdays" - Jennifer Leitham is a career Jazz musician, who has been a professional musician for over 40 years. She has played with Mel Torme, Peggy Lee, George Shearing, Woody Herman, Benny Carter, Doc Severinsen, and K.D Lang. Jennifer is a transgender woman and transitioned [...]

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