The Electro-Acoustic Dream Show. On Wednesday, May 2nd, "Fringe Toast "will explore the deepest ends of chill-out music.  Some call it down-tempo, electronica, dreamy, trip hop.   It's the kind of music you want to listen to to Thievery Corporationdrift into another dimension.  

This week your host, Andy Bargerstock, will reveal dozens of his recently discovered tracks. Groups you will hear include Thievery Corporation, Tarmac, Rain Parade, Locomonk, Afro Celt Sound System, Bassomatic, Federico Aubelle, Arno Elias, RJD2, Dave Neri, Ash, Solid Doctor, Violet Indiana, Jake Childs and System 7. 

If you know more than four of these groups, you are excused from listening to this week's program.  ..... but, of course, you wouldn't miss it anyway.... would you?   And you won't want to miss this electro-acoustic dream!

MidnighMaria Muldaurt at the Oasis songstress Maria Muldaur is interviewed by Doug Daller on thiNaught, Bawdy and Blues special installment of In Depth. Her new release "Naughty, Bawdy and Blue" is due out May 15th. We'll be previewing songs from this release and talking to Maria about her last record that went to the top of the Billboard blues charts and remained there for 7-8 weeks.


She will be performing with the Syncopated Papas right here in Fairfield at the Morning Star Tuesday night, May 1st.

Maria says don't forget to bring your dancing shoes.

Naughty, bawdy and blue indeed. Click for interview.

Mark Shuttleworth at Dell Today Ubuntu grew up and became a full-fledged, commercially recognized operating system:

Dell announced today that they will be shipping desktop and laptop systems with Ubuntu pre-installed. In honor of this annoucement I'm going to be playing my interview with Mark Shuttleworth today.

Mark Shuttleworth did an interview at Dell to explain what the partnership is about (check out the attached video). 

Today's episode of Open Views will be a combination of my interview with Mark, and his announcement at Dell today.

Tune in at 7pm tonight, or 7am on Thursday at kruufm.com 

It was bSamhainound to happen sooner or later.Samhain

We did the Danzig catalog. We also played the anthology of his first band, The Misfits. Well, most people don't know that Glenn Danzig had a little known band in between the two of them known as Samhain, in observance of another unknown pagan holiday exactly six months away. We will be playing material from this darker experimental band on Tuesday night's version at 11 pm.

We also want to wish everyone a good Walpurgis and for those that don't know we will educate you on the meaning of this unholy holiday tomorrow night. People often wonder why Columbine and Hitler's death happened on April 30th. There was a connection and it's not even close to what you think but we will have the answers for you tomorrow night so check out Metal Health.

by Tom Spring, PC World, April 27, 2007

This article originally appeared at PCWorld.com. 

A bill that could save Internet radio has been submitted to Congress. The bill, Internet Radio Equality Act, would stop a new royalty scheme that Internet broadcasters say will shut them down because it will cost them too much money.

U.S. Reps. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.) and Don Manzullo (R-Ill.) filed the legislation Thursday. The bill reverses a recent decision of the federal Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) to nearly triple the amount of royalties Internet radio broadcasters pay to copyright holders for playing a song.

The Copyright Royalty Board earlier this month approved a rule that would force commercial Internet radio stations, regardless of their size, to pay a new, higher flat fee to the record labels each time a song is played.

SaveNetRadio, which is made up of Net broadcasters, applaud the bill.

Royalty rates for Web-casters—starting retroactively at $0.0008 per song in 2006 will climb to $0.0019 per song in 2010. As it stands now, the rates will go into effect May 15.

This week's guests on Speaking Freely with Dennis Raimondi:
Ari Berman of the Nation

Mr. Ari Berman 1:00pm
Mr. Ari Berman is a contributing writer for The Nation Magazine and a Nation Institute Puffin Foundation fellow. Ari is a graduate of the Northwestern University. Mr. Berman has appeared on MSNBC and the Fox News network as a political analyst. Ari was recently interviewed on the television program, Washington  Journal.

Dr. Pedro Noguera 1:30pm
Dr. Pedro Noguera is a professor of education at New York University. He has also been a professor at the University of California Berkeley and Harvard University. Dr. Noguera is the author of several books and over one hundred and fifty articles. He is considered one of America’s leading authorities on urban education. Dr. Noguera has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including the O’Reilly Factor. Dr. Noguera’s interview will be a rebroadcast from a show recorded earlier this year.

 

OM IS WHERE THE ART IS...

Join Bill Teeple and the ICON Art Radio program for an

interview with two of Fairfield's most beloved artists Michael and Charlotte Cain.

Michael Cain

Hear about their travels in India and latest artisitc endeavors right here on your grassroots community radio station KRUU-FM. 

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Click here to stream or download this program

I am excited to have you here & for the privilege of be being your RJ. I have my roots back in down south of India from the land called “gods own country” (Kerala State). The city that groomed me to be person is Cochin--“queen of Arabian sea”.Spice Cowboy

Spent almost a decade in Bombay before heading to the land of American "Indians". By profession, I’m a senior consultant for business performance management (BPM). Radio Jockeying is a hobby to me and “The Radio Curry Show” is my growing baby. By the way I’m RJ Hari who is in the business of trading spices with our listeners of Radio Curry Show. 

RCS includes spices from various part of the world especially Indian songs with a difference. RCS includes spicy music, requests, dedications, interviews and definitely not any cooking recipes. Contemporary, fusion, international, bhangra, qawwali, sulfi, rock, reggae, rap, jazz, R&B, melody, etc are imported from east.

So don’t miss the sound of magic! Let's enjoy the power of transcendence with the help of music!

RCS. The Radio Curry Show.

 

Crucial Roots is giving a holla to dubtastic styles today.....

Ras Paul

After a recent kickdown from a fellow music-head, I was inspired to throw out a bit more computer, studio and synthesized tracks--reggae style. Kickin' off with some Ras Michael and LKJ (The Linton Kwezi J. himself) and moving into the famous ones like Sly and Robbie......It'll be a fun show. A Sunday soundtrack, if you will. But don't let me stop you from skankin'.....

Bless up!!

Austin, Texas-born singer/songwriter guitar gunslinger Seattle transplant Ian Moore will be the feat ured performer on tonight's installment of Saturday Night Live. Moore recently performed in Fairfield aIan Mooret the Cafe Paradiso with Cullen Fuchs.

 To say this guy is gifted is like calling Jesus a Christian. Equally adept at crooning, storytelling or connecting with an audience, Moore is at times riveting, at times self-deprecating, always alert and giving.

Check him out for yourself tonight at 8pm CST.

An interview with Lanky, Moore's opening act, will follow. 

 

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