The Inspiration InitiativeGet in the zone for 2018 with host Luke Davids on this week's episode of The Inspiration Initiative featuring music all about leaving the old behind and embracing the new you.

Start 2018 off right and take a listen to this week's GREAT TASTE.  The LIVE show at Green Building Supply featured Dr. Dinesh Gyawali who made Ayurvedic kitcheree, and a detox tonic.  Alura Anderson provided vegan chili.  Steve McLaskey explained the significant differences between sprouts and microgreens, and Dan Gorman of Bubbling Brine Brothers lit up our mouths with his homemade probiotic hot sauces.

Lots of tips for a healthy 2018 in this week's broadcast.  Happy New Year and Healthy Eating!

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Thanks to Green Building Supply, Julie Stumo, Fairfield Media Center and Jason Strong, Everybody's Whole Foods, and all our listeners.

 




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 [[ ♥ Happy New Year ♥ ]]

Camila Cabello20 year-old Camila Cabello (photo left) and Lily Kershaw (photo right) help DJ Andy Bargerstock bring in the new year by anchoring first and second hours (respectively) of this week's program with music from off-the-beaten path that deserves to be mainstream. After Camila's program opening song "Havana" featuring Young Thug, both Pentangle and Brown Bird subsequently offer twin-spins. Listen closely for The Brother Brothers (who played recently at Cafe Paradiso in Fairfield) and songs from the band, Darlingside, and singer/instrumentalist savant Rhiannon Giddens.

In the second-hour Lily Kershaw (photo below) collaborates with SYML on an English-French version of "Where's My Love" and then SYML goes solo on "Fear of the Water." The rest of the second-hour Chill Session features the New Zealand band Fat Freddy's Drop and Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie. Bask in the swoon of the final 25 minutes with soft bluesy drifting jazz improvisations with the UK Lily Kershaw1970s band Soft Machine.

Click here for playlist. Fringe Toast offers the best music you never hear... unless you are tuned to KRUU-LP 100.1 FM in Fairfield, IA or streaming at kruufm.com.

Mark your calendar for DJ Andy Bargerstock's 2017 Crispy Award-winning tracks to be played on Wed., Feb. 14th (Valentine's Day) at 8pm CT with replay on Sat., Feb. 17th in the morning at 8am CT.  This playlist of 31 songs represents DJ Andy's favorite new releases from 2017. You don't want to miss this epic program.

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Part 2 continues with Composers John Williams, Michael Ciacchino and Alexandre Desplat's Newest Scores Highlighted and More!

 

 

 


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Tune in Wednesday 3PM for the Incredible World of Film Music!

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Another year has come and went(sorry, Mrs. Marker. That ain't proper English). And I've had another fantastic year of hosting The Feed Store, telling my little stories about my young years in Fairfield and my family and friends. Thanks to the folks who have emailed the show and shared their own stories with me. I now know more about Fairfield and Richland and Brighton and Rubio than I ever thought possible. I shall continue mining my memories for their entertainment value. The Feed Store with Ken Mottet. Thursdays at 10AM CT and Sundays at Noon CT. Be there. Aloha. 

Justin JohnsonEarly in the first hour, watch (and listen) for the bold spotlight on DJ Andy's interview with Justin Johnson (photo left) with music tracks from his new CD If Walls Could Talk. This sparkling instrumental virtuoso plays heritage cigarbox banjos and guitars, some of which have never been before been recorded. Tune in early! Read music review on Justin from the Fringe Toast Music column published in Iowa Source Magazine in May 2016.

DJ Andy Bargerstock unveils another LIVE program of 100% rarely-played-on Fringe Toast tracks featuring first-hour contributions from French DJ electronica master Møme, French band Erevan TuskColter Wall, Michael Penn (brother of filmmaker Sean Penn), and Ibis-masked DJ Claptone (photo right).  Listen closely for first-time tracks from Howe Gelb, The Oh Hellos, and Maribou State.Claptone

The second-hour Chill Zone is anchored by N*Grandjean, Japanese Wallpaper, Steven Wilson, both solo and with his band Porcupine Tree, and Fairfield's own James Dean Claitor who provides a twin-spin from his incredibly abundant music library.   Click here for playlist. This program was originally aired 12/7/16.

Invite friends to join the live stream at www.kruufm.com. Fringe Toast emits the best music you never hear... unless you are tuned to KRUU-FM.  

 


Obvious World ~ Sunday Nights ~ 9e/8c/7m/6p ♥
 [[ Happy Holydays + Merry Christmas! ]]

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Composers John Williams, Michael Ciacchino and Alexandre Desplat's Newest Scores Highlighted and More!

"<!--Break-->" Tune in Wednesday 3PM for Great Film Music!

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