• In The Name Of Science

    10 Jan 2008, 10:28 by gottalovett07

    January 9th, 2008
    104.7 KCAW in Sitka, Alaska
    In The Name Of Science: 10pm-12pm

    Playlist:
    Slavic Soul Party - "Tekchnochek Collision"
    Beck - "Heaven Hammer (Remix)"
    k-os- "Funky Country"
    Fat Freddy's Drop - "Cay's Crays (Kalbata Remix)
    Common Market - "G'Dang Diggy"
    Drums & Tuba - "Two Dollars"
    Drums & Tuba - "Four Notes Of April"
    RJD2 - "Someone's Second Kiss"

    Dubmix: (Dubmixing is the combination of dub reggae and spoken word records. These records often consist of political or popular culture speeches, book reading, or recorded plays, which are often manipulated to create an artistic effect.)

    Music:
    African Head Charge - "Off The Beaten Track"
    Mad Professor - "Gringo Dread"
    Dry & Heavy - "Harmony Dub"
    Mad Professor & Jah Shaka - "In-Flight Dub"
    The Drastics - "Fistful Of Dub"
    Black Uhuru - "Robbery Dub"
  • God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut

    12 Apr 2007, 12:15 by Trichiliocosm

    It’s something he’s been waiting a long time for…as depressing as that might sound or seem or in fact be in your mind, it makes more sense than most people could possibly imagine. The world is beautiful and everything in it is amazing. The way things work so wonderfully together in a constant harmony, whether it’s symbiotic or otherwise, defies the best interpretations of any Theologian or other sort of close-minded professional hogwash mumbling bumbling degenerate…not that all theologians are the latter, but many who preach the “good word” fail to give both sides of the arguments and more importantly, the side which is proven through experimentation and disproved the very same way, the side which is called Science.

    A great genius lost to the ebb of time is another cold dark shadow creeping into the extinguishing light. Modern times are either exhausted of them or they’re hiding in the shadows somewhere, on the fringe of society…
  • All time is all time and we are all just bugs in amber.

    12 Apr 2007, 07:05 by chickentrocket

    Today Kurt Vonnegut Jr, my favorite author, died. He was 84. For those who have never read anything by Vonnegut, i suggest starting with either Slapstick or Hocus Pocus before diving into the classic Slaughterhouse 5. Cat's Cradle is a good second step before Slaughterhouse 5.

    I know this is a music site but I do so love to read. Vonnegut has been my favorite author since I was in...grade school? Someone loaned me Slaughterhouse 5 and told me that it was really difficult to read. But I felt smart when I got through it faster than he had. He had doubted that I would even like it because I was a girl and so much of it was set in the war, in Dresden.

    As a matter of fact, that was the first time that I heard about Dresden and it is the primary reason why I wish to go there this summer on my trip.

    Vonnegut made me love to read. He made me feel like I was in on this big joke and that I didn't have to think the way everyone else did. I felt a bit about Vonnegut the way that I do about AB.