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10/12/09 06:00:00 – 11:00:00
Monday Classical with Tiffany
Five hours of variety classical programming. Tiffany will be giving away tickets for the upcoming Princeton University Orchestra and Princeton Glee Club performances.
10/12/09 11:00:00 – 13:00:00
Jazz with Dan Buskirk
Join Dan Buskirk for an exclusive interview with saxophone legend Sonny Rollins. He’ll discuss his experiences growing up in Harlem and making music with Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and those “punkers” the Rolling Stones.
Naive Melodies with Chloe (Rock)
In-studio performance by Blues Control
Queens, NY boogie rock duo who journey into the miasmic core of psychedelia and billowing fog of ambient space on their new release, Local Flavor (Siltbreeze Records). Blues Control might just be the missing link between Van Halen and legendary experimentalist Henry Flynt.
10/12/09 15:00:00 – 17:00:00
The Ghetto Blaster aka The People’s Radio with Hi-Res (Hip-Hop/Funk/Reggae/Breaks)
The Ghetto Blaster will feature special guest and fellow crate digger Paul Lewis who will be spinning selections from his collection of classic reggae 45s.
10/12/09 19:00:00 – 22:00:00
xClean Yr Roomx with Art & Julia (Rock)
Art & Julia will host live performances from Philadelphia’s own Kurt Vile (Matador Records; pictured left) and Clakamas, Oregon’s Pierced Arrows (ex-Dead Moon, The Rats). They’ll be playing some of their favorite new music from the past year and rolling out the fast n’ foul sounds of teenage dumbwave. XClean Yr Roomx will be giving away premiums from Siltbreeze Records, Richie Records and much more!
10/12/09 22:00:00 – 00:00:00
Purehand with Chomps & JohnnyBeans (Rock)
Eclectic selection of rock, hip-hop, house, electronic, and more from WPRB’s bottomless box of wonders.
Sam’s Storytime Castle with Sam (Rock)
From new releases to classics to LPs rotting away in our archives, join Sam as he highlights his favorite music from the WPRB stacks, both new and old. He’s almost definitely going to play “After the Goldrush” by Neil Young. Because he can.
10/12/09 02:00:00 – 04:00:00
Majestic Jams with Gabe (Rock)
An exploration of all things majestic. Why can’t Sam Cooke, Ennio Morricone, and Husker Du fit all into the same show?