Time is not counted from daylight, but from Midnite.

If you haven't heard the sounds of reggae band extraordinaire, Midnite, get up and listen. Much in the same way Bob put reggae in the heads and pulses of the globe, Midnite are revolutionaries for the times in their own right. Straight from St. Croix, followed by a six year stint in DC, the churchical expression of their word, sound and power is distinct, remarkable and fluid. Dynamic brothers, Ron and Vaugn Benjamin are the lead innovators of lyrics, vocals and instruments. Their tracks consistently speak of political, social, and spiritual Irations as well as blessings and praises of Jah and Rastafari. Their sound and brilliance will consistantly leave you upful, begging for more. 
Crucial Roots will be showcasing the genius of Midnite and nine of their fabulous albums. Impossible to do in an hour, so I won't try. I've made this a two part series- starting this Sunday and concluding next Sunday. Enjoy*
Wake up and listen!!!

 

 It's Friday eve, time to hear some beats take over the airwaves. It's time for Soul Product

(Friday 10PM to 12AM) 

We have another bangin week for you with a great line up for artists including:

 

Outkast

Zion I

People under the Stairs

Wu Syndicate

Five ElementZ

Ozomatli 

Eminem

M.F. Doom as Victor Vaughn

Pete Rock 

Just to name a few. We also have special guest "J-Boone" A.K.A "Jung Boon" in the studio with us. So turn your dials, or set your browsers to www.kruufm.com, turn up the volume and enjoy this rhythmic post art-walk treat.

 

(Just to remind you there is a re-broadcast Wednesday morning 3-5 AM if you miss this show)

 

Keep tuning in, and let us know what you think! we love feedback.

 

soulproduct@gmail.com

 

 

The White StripesThis week's StevieMix show is a kick-a*s set of rock and alternative rock from 9PM-10PM this Friday night-Art Walk night in Fairfield.  We've got The White Stripes (pictured), Arctic Monkeys and The Noisettes,a British band with a unique sound.  More intense tracks in this set include Land Of Confusion by Disturbed, Famous Last Words by My Chemical Romance and Side of a Bullet by Nickelback.  Throw in some Papa Roach, Stephen Marley/Mos Def and a few oldies and you've got this month's art walk sound track.

Enjoy! 

Dear friends, foes and fans.....My apologies for Zero notice, but the Roxy Blue Show has been changed to 7-9 tonight.  This may be a permanent change.  I hope it works well for all of us.  Also, naughtily I've slacked on last week's playlist, though I will post it Eventually...  Stay tuned for a beautiful show tonight!  Thank you

(anjali was too shy to say anything so i'm going to speak for her - steve c) so, like, after justin king and band performed at cafe paradiso on valentine's day, like i saw a youtube video of him performing at someone's birthday and thought, wouldn't it be cool (groovy? wack? i don't know what word she would really use) if he played for my birthday, which just so happens to be, like, march 5. and, like all of my dreams come true because i am so cosmic, cuz they're gonna be performing at cafe paradiso this monday night, which, ohmygod, is march 5, i can hardly stand it, and maybe he'll dedicate "reach you" to me again, which is kinda about me, lol, i'm so sure, so, yeah, come to my birthday concert on monday (march 5, fools), and see what all the buzz buzz buzz is about, all my buds will be there (at least the ones who aren't totally lame), and everyone will be going crazy, and if you missed it last time, you really are crazy. (i had nothing to do with this - anjali.) (yeah right - steve.)

Join us on March 2 at 1 pm for Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline.  Our guest this week is Cindy Buck, co-author of "Chicken Soup for the Gardener's Soul", and editor of "The Soul of Success: A Woman's Guide to Authentic Power" and other books.  Cindy will talk about her experiences writing, publishing, editing and teaching, including what she has learned about how to make a living as a writer.

Also, I'd like to thank everyone who has told us that they enjoy the show - it's sure nice to know you're listening!  If you have suggestions for future guests, please email me at writersvoices@kruufm.com.

 

 

hello all-

i'm back from my (unwanted) hiatus and stoked to be in the studio with monsieur octopus.

TONIGHT: special and surprising appearances by such wonderful wonderments as beck, deerhoof, nada surf, and pogues!!!. i'll be playing a good amount of pogues in preparation for our journey to see them in chicago monday night, and you'll be hearing about on our next show. 

nada surfbeckpogues

thanks for listening.

-shark  

Listen in Thursday from 2-4 as we review neo-psych bands and feature the Green Pajamas. I will be wearing mine, of course. Fabulous prizes in store for listeners. Is this a great country or what?

- In Depth with Erika Richards - Discussion on CAFOs

60:58 minutes (55.82 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Yesterday on "In Depth With Erika Richards", we only skimmed the surface of a topic that is both emotional and complex.  In the studio today, we invited three guests to discuss the issue of CAFOs, or concentrated animal feeding operations, and their impact on both the environment and economy locally and statewide.  The four of us tiptoed around an issue that everyone seems to have an opinion about. No...not just an opinion...but a passionate opinion that defines quality of life on all levels.

My guests included:

   - Ron Sieren, a local small hog farmer and outside salesman for Reiff Grain and Feed;

   - Jim Flinspach, a grain farmer and president of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau; and

   - Jim Rubis, President of Jefferson County Farmers and Neighbors, an organization founded to run interference on the proliferation of large corporate hog operations in the county and state.

Tonight's guest on Open Views is Cory Doctorow. Cory is an activist, writer, blogger, educator, and public speaker.Cory Doctorow

Cory is currently a mostly full-time, award-winning science fiction author. His novels are all released under Creative-Commons licenses, and can be downloaded directly from his website at Craphound.com. Cory won the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer for 2000, the Locus Award for Best First Novel for Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom in 2003, and in 2004 he won the Sunburst award for best Canadian Science Fiction Book for his short story collection, A Place So Foreign and Eight More. This collection also contained his short story 0wnz0red, which was nominated for the 2003 Nebula Award.

Some common themes of his work include digital rights management, file sharing, Disney, and post-scarcity economics.

Cory blogs regularly at boingboing.net, and it is the most popular blog on the Internet, according to Technorati.

Cory is also a visiting professor at the University of Southern California's Center for Public Diplomacy, where he is the Canadian Fulbright Chair in Public Diplomacy for 2006-2007.

From 2002-2006 Doctorow was the Director of European Affairs for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a technology advocacy nonprofit that works to upload liberty in technology law, policy and standards, where he remains a Fellow. He has also worked at the United Nations, at standards bodies, at governments, and with universities and non-profits to agitate for a balanced approach to copyright that didn’t trammel the public’s fundamental rights to privacy, free speech, and due process.

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