Monday, June 15, 2009

Monday June 15, 2009

Hello faithful listeners, Here's the playlist for this week's show:

Alice Cooper - School's Out
Guided By Voices - Half Smiles Of The Decomposed - Girls of Wild Strawberries
Rancid - Dominoes Fall - East Bay Nights
Iggy Pop - Preliminaires - King of the Dogs
Dark Night of the Soul - Dark Night of the Soul - Little Girl (feat. Julian Casablancas)
Martin, Medeski and Wood - Combustication - History Repeats
Tribe Called Quest - Beats, Rhymes and Life - Phony Rappers
Tymon Dogg - Battle of Wills - Too Far To Touch The Ground
LAL - Next Stop - Dancing the Same
Andy Williams - Monk Swings - Karma and Lotus
Mos Def - The Ecstatic - Supermagic
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Welcome to the Pleasuredome - Chrisco Kisses
Stars - Next Stop - Think Twice
Great Lake Swimmers - Lost Channels - Pulling on a Line
The Culture Club - Extended Remix - Move Away
People Under The Stairs - The Cat
Incubator - Next Stop - Dakar Pockey
Serena Ryder - Unlikely Emergency - Sing Sing
Dark Night of the Soul - Dark Night of the Soul - Auditorium ft. Slick Rick
Ladybug Mecca ft. Raheem DeVaughn - Om Hip Hop Vol.1 - Dogg Star (Kenny Dope Remix)
Tears For Fears - Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels
Jazzanova - One Fine Day
The Style Council - Long Hot Summer (It Don't Matter What I Do)
Scott C. - Emulator
Linton Kwesi Johnson - Independant Intavenshan - Bitch (Dub)
Lee "Scratch" Perry - Anthology II - In These Times
Iggy Pop - Preliminaires - Je Sais Que Tu Sais
John Lennon - Some Time in New York - Angela
Smokey Robinson - I Have Loved You A Millions Times

That's it for this week... See you in 2

B-Sides Crew

Sunday, June 7, 2009

What are you doing this week? Its the National Campus and Community Radio Week

The NCRC is an opportunity for a diverse and representative range of community broadcasters from all parts of Canada to converge, talk all things radio, get hands-on training, confront our challenges, celebrate our victories, and develop momentum to bring back to each station, strengthening Canada's campus and community broadcasting sector. We strongly encourage participation from people marginalized by race, ethnicity, Aboriginal heritage, gender, age, ability, class, or sexual orientation! The conference will also be a unique opportunity for anglophone and francophone community broadcasters to come together - instant translation to be provided! for schedules, event times etc and your truely serious back will be opening the event Sunday June 7th at L'Absenthe 1738 St Denis along with the Venus collective....