Interview show today,
special guests John Maxfield, guitarist composer, performer and entertainer
and his brother Dale Maxfield, musician composer producer, accompanied by their
friend Tucker Booth, Director of Public Relations for The Frozen Food Section (.com), singer, rapper, poet, 'stand up' kindred soul...
Sxip Shirey - I Live In New York City
Kim Boekbinder & Triptonikhan - Anthem For
Occupy Wall Street
...Interview and discussion
26:30 - 29:55: John Maxfield - Bring You Down, Live in Studio
35:30 - 39:45: John Maxfield - Smile, from You Tube
44:20 - 47:49: John Maxfield - Worse or Better, live
1:00 - 1:03: - John Maxfield - Brutal Wait, live
1:07:29 - 1:11:43 - John Maxfield - Ghost Train, live
1:13:00 - 1:16:00: Tucker Booth - Fade Away, live in studio
1:16:57 - 1:21:22:Tucker Booth - The Jeezy Cave Medley, live
1:22:07 - 1:27:0:Tucker Booth - Ooh La La, live
Laughing and joking and political discourse
1:40:40 - 1:43:46 - call in from...Morrissey? nope, it's Mountain Randy
1:49:31 - 1:52:00: Tucker Booth and everybody - Devil's Haircut, live
Pirates R Us - Sam Walton's Blues -- from Occupy Bellingham, Band Camp, and also
Snug Harbor - Lucky's Uncle
Did a special Thursday evening edition of the radio show with guests DNAE Beats and Slotr who were visiting from San Francisco. I was late to the studio and Jean-Paul of Truth is Bullshit graciously got my guests started while I fought my way to the studio.
Both musicians did primarily dubstep sets with Slotr going first with a more midtempo set and DNAE Beats picking up the energy level. They played their own compositions and remixes for the bulk of the show. After their sets, I interviewed each before they had to leave for soundcheck at Heavy. I rounded out the show with a selection of music, from downtempo beats to full on party music and some choice rap cuts.
On Monday, October 3rd, I had producer and MC, Nasa aka Adam Warlock as my special guest from Staten Island, New York via skype. He spoke about running his own record label Uncommon Records since 2004 and the current challenges to independent hip hop in the current climate. Nasa also sent over some new music from the label showcasing its progressive hip hop sound. It is a really informative interview with lots of behind the scenes insights.
Radio Lets Go!
The Death Of Nancy Fullforce
Rock & Rock Murder Musical
JUNE 22 & 23rd
Jasten King, Robin Hall, Tyler Clement and Phyliss Navidad
recorded: june 06 2010