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Steve EarleSteve Earle rockin the houseSteve Earle

live in concert

from 2004 in Austin, Texas.

Giving country music

a kick in the seat of the pants. 


9pm CST

It's Orquesta Alto Maiz 


Miss Rockaway
Dain Daller doing his thing near Dubuque.

Another great cassette sent in by Wandering Sultan of No-Fi.


This weekend Sat Jun 15 at 8pm and again on Sun Jun 16 at 3pm, Dain will be taking apart in Miss Rockaway's BIG BUG BOAT SHOW with song, theatre, puppets and a bike joust.

It's an all ages show at Ducky's Lagoon in Andalusia, Illinois.





Deejay Reny in Model T



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Ari Berman
Ari Berman discusses Iraq, immigration and the latest happenings out of the nation's capitol with Planet Erstwild's James Moore.
Ari Berman is a contributing writer for The Nation, Puffin Foundation writing fellow at the Nation Institute, Fairfield native and has appeared on C-Span, MSNBC and FOX as a political analyst.

Turn over a new leaf with Off the SubjectTake it or ribbit...


Take it or leaf it--




Therese Cummiskey & Diana Flynn

Tuesday June 12

7am CST



Wicked Allstars


Check out "Dark Clouds"

by the


a Missouri-based band



Every day at 5am

the commons gets creative


Pychetropic 'China radio sunshine'



This morning on Open Source Music Hour


'china radio sunshine'

Dig it.




Apocalypso Tantric Boys Choir


Tonight it's David and Eric Hurlin 'Live at the Futon Shop' [recorded 2003] with Jimmy Moore as they wend their way through improvisational symbiosis and deconstructional parapsychosis.

Funky is as funky does,

to paraphrase Doris Frump--

or was that Donald Trump

or Forest Gump

or Humpty Dumpty

or the Hunchbag of Notre Dame

or Florine & the Fuel Pumps?

For those keeping score, the last half hour is ATBC with Aaron Shier.

Friday, May 11, 2007 - from the gracelistRio de Janeiro

It's another Friday afternoon at the office, except for one thing: the director of the Center for Technology and Society (CTS -- where I spend a good deal of my time during the week) just got off the phone with "a radio station in Iowa."

Of course I perked up my ears. Iowa? You don't hear too much about my state here in Brazil. But it gets weirder. Turns out the station wasn't just from Iowa, it was from the town of 10,000 (okay, technically I think the population hovers just below that) where I spent the first 18 1/2 years of my life. Yep, Ronaldo Lemos, the director of the CTS at the FGV in Rio de Janeiro just got off the phone with KRUU, "the voice of Fairfield."

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