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a selection of Ambient/IDM works (BOC, Tycho, Lorn, Casino vs. Japan ...) from labels such as Warp, Ninja tunes, Planet Mu, Sending orbs, Ghostlyon SoundFM - CKMS 100.3 Saturday 0:00-1:00.
Mr. Dream Catcher
Barclay Nap is our guest today. We talk to Junior Farmers, plant breeding, and creating a business to retail herbs and spices.
64:14 minutes (58.81 MB)
A roundtable with 3 Six Nations (Haudenosaunee) youth discussing Indigenous resistance, native-settler relationships, the power of the grassroots Idle No More and more!
Here is the second part of the interview I did with Ted Harms from VOC Silent Film Harmonic on Coral FM. And yes! Ted will be back on Coral FM in April to discuss the next VOC Silent Film Harmonic show - a surrealist double bill. Un Chien Andalou et La Chute de La Maison Usher (Fall of the House of Usher - By Edgar Allan Poe) which will be presented Thursday April 11 at The Registry Theatre in Kitchener. A very cool Luis Bunuel double bill - Coral FM
20:28 minutes (18.01 MB)
Ted Harms from VOC Silent Film Harmonic returns to speak about VOC's latest musical feat – accompanying 1928 B&W silent horror film feature The Man Who Laughs - the inspiration for Batman foe The Joker. VOC is at The Registry Theatre this Friday Jan 11 at 8 pm. Tickets are $20 or $15 with a donation to the Waterloo Region Food Bank. $5 for eyeGO.
24:36 minutes (21.85 MB)
The Mano A Mano show breaks down the TOP ALBUMS RELEASED in 2012.
Check it out!!!
64:42 minutes (59.25 MB)
We talk about the changes to the station that the Space Committee has undertaken since DJ AdRocks departure back in December. As well we talk about some new programming things and SoundFM in general.
37:58 minutes (34.76 MB)
This was an opinion show. The topic was an article in the www.therecord.com by columnist Luisa D'Amato about the publics double standard between companion animals and production animals. http://www.therecord.com/opinion/columns/article/861075--d-amato-our-str...
51:04 minutes (46.75 MB)
One of the coolest things I did was walk around the streets in The Village and one night my good pal Steve McGraw – www.stevemcgraw.com showed me the little tiny bar called The Bitter End where so many people got their start including music legends like Bob Dylan and Patti Smith. Plus, a little more NYC music including Grizzly Bear, Adam Sandler, and the signature song from Rent which debuted at The New York Theatre Workshop in the East Village in 1994.
36:40 minutes (31.85 MB)
More of my fave artists from New York including actor / lead singer David Johansen of The New York Dolls who I chatted with a few years back by phone, and Lauri Anderson who I had the pleasure of meeting when she played The Perimeter Institute! Plus Maggie Estep, The Ramones, The Cramps, Iggy Pop, Regina Spektor, Tom Waits and Lou Reed - All from NYC! - Coral FM
32:47 minutes (28.32 MB)
The Daily GRRR! - Weekday News
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