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  • 01:01

    Lou Barlow of True Nature Interview

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    True Nature (Fire Sign Records), from NYC is driven by the singular, spiritual vision of New York based singer-songwriter Lou Barlow (not THAT one). True Nature injects a thoughtful passion into the India rock scene since debuting at SXSW in 2006. Barlow's songwriting and emerging presence attracted an historical gathering of legendary musicians for the recording of the latest release, 'You Shouldn't Have To Shout So Loud.'

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    Underground Beat with Madam President and Special Co-Host Dani Dash

    in Hip Hop Music

    On Friday June 3rd the Underground Beat with Madam President will have Special Co-Host Lost in the Music’s Dani Dash. They will be throwing out all those raw hip-hop tracks you have come to expect of course, announcements are on deck. Then an in-depth interview with Dani Dash as we discuss some of her material. Remember if you would like to call in and speak with us the number is (646)787-1956 just press 1 to connect. If you would like to submit track(s) please make sure you send your information and material to ubwithmp@gmail.com #PresidentialSalute to all the listeners, callers, supporters, former co-host, and former guest speaker for making this all possible, we greatly appreciate you! #UndergroundBeatWithMadamPresident #UBwithMP #LostInTheMusic #DaniDash #MadamPresidentProductions #MPP

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    MúsicaLA introduces you to Mitre's global fusion música

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    Mitre is a Mexico City-born singer/songwriter and producer trained in music production in Italy and now a key part of the American Latino Music community in Los Angeles. His music is a perfect blend of tango, pop, traditional Mexican music, rock, blues and sounds from around the world. With a wide-ranging operatic voice and a powerful sense of rhythm he easily blends the heartbreaking Mexican corridor with the beats of LA.  
    Mitre’s  first record  was released in 2010 under the name "Fugitivo" (Fugitive) to his fan base in Peru, Colombia, Venezuela and Italy. He was named Favorite Artist by Italian Radio FM in 2011, after being one of the most played artists on the air.  But the lure of world’s largest music market beckoned from across the Atlantic and the following year he moved to Texas to continue writing and producing at the renowned Sonic Ranch Studios, the world’s largest music production studio. He went on to perform in Europe and the USA, including the BMI Summer Stage in NY, the LAMC,  the official ceremony of Mexican Independence in Paris, France, and the BMI American Latino Music showcase at the Gibson Showroom in Beverly Hills, California.  
    Skilled in collaboration from his work as a music producer, Mitre has worked with the who’s who of ALM artists in LA including, Irene Diaz, Monica Velez, Pedro Dabdoub, Ximena Muñoz, David Garza, Jaime Kohen, Margaret Cho, Iñaki Vazquez, Gaby de K, and Kalimba.  

  • 01:47

    Peppy Castro Blues Magoos New Release" Psychedelic Resurrection"

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    So many years have passed,” sing the Blues Magoos on the title track to Psychedelic Resurrection, their first new studio album in four decades. “But now we’re back and on this journey. ” The legendary psychedelic band from the Bronx, have returned with the release scheduled for October 14 on Kayos. Original members, lead vocalist/keyboardist Ralph Scala and vocalist/guitarist Peppy Castro, along with drummer Geoff Daking, who joined prior to the recording of the band’s hit debut album, Psychedelic Lollipop, were joined by newest additions, Mike Ciliberto on guitar and Peter Stuart Kohman on bass. The album also features cameos by original bassist Ronnie Gilbert and lead guitarist Mike Esposito, who also became part of the band before releasing their debut album, which went to #21 on the Billboard Top 200, thanks to the massive Top 5 single, “(We Ain’t Got Nothin’ Yet),” re-recorded for the new album.“Being a Blues Magoo is like taping into my childhood. Rock till we Drop!” states Castro. “This is what we do/We’ll take you in a new direction,” Scala promises on Psychedelic Resurrection, and it is both a reminder of where they came from and a bold step into reclaiming a classic garage-punk-rock sound that has been imitated by everyone from the White Stripes and the Black Keys to Ty Segall and Parquet Courts. The Blues Magoos’ November 1966 debut album represented a landmark of the kind of garage punk that anticipated bands like Television and the Ramones, with the band’s cover of John D. Loudermilk’s “Tobacco Road” included on Lenny Kaye’s original, influential 1972 Nuggets album, and their “We Ain’t Got Nothin’ Yet” as part of the 1998 re-issue.

  • 01:34

    The Nu Soul Cypher Presents Aria Lanelle

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    One of the brightest new voices on the scene....sounds about right for what we do here! It's rare that T. Mitch is taken back by an artist's voice. But he took matters into his own hands to book the amazing songstress Aria Lanelle for the Cypher! 
    Singing at the age of 4, this military brat has grown up in music. From 'Then to Now' is a reminder that we should all stop and acknowledge our journey. By the end of this show you will know what her name is!

  • 01:04

    #TheFridaySpecial – Episode 8 - 15

    in Hip Hop Music

    This week Marcell Lamont sits down with NBC's The Carmichael Show star Lil Rel! Plus we take a look back on the life of Boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Special Guest: Lil Rel Twitter: @LilRel4
    Welcome to the new home of underground Hip-Hop & RnB! LF Ent Radio is a Chicago-based music podcast founded in 2008 and rebranded in 2013. Our goal was to give local artist a strong platform for their music to be heard. Since then our scope has expanded vastly, working with artist from all across the United States and overseas! Every week we promise to bring you new music from quality artist, in-depth interviews, and much more. Don’t miss out the one of the hottest shows coming straight out of Chicago! Hosted by Marcell Lamont

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    Taco Tuesday

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    Where we play the best in indie underground music

  • 01:11

    Detroit Rock City Radio (Episode 19)

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    Tune in to Detroit Rock City Radio Thursday June 2nd at 9 p.m. for episode 19
    As we welcome Pick Axe Preacher to the show.
    We will also feature music from around Michigan covering all genres. 
    So join Frankie Da Wop & Darik Stone as they bring you all that is going on in the Michigan music scene, with events, shows, business and more!!! !! 
    #SupportLocalMusic #MadeInMichigan #DRCPARMY #RadioAFS

  • 00:47

    Angie and The Deserters .. Rock/Alt Country/Country

    in Country Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Angie and The Deserters (Rock/Alt Country/Country) to the Show!
    www.angieandthedeserters.com Born in Upstate NY in a small town called Potsdam in what many refer to as the North Country, singer-songwriter Angie Bruyere spent her childhood running through the backwoods and roaming the train tracks, living the simple life that inspires imaginations of which lyrics and melodies are made. Settling in Southern California at a young age, Bruyere began a modeling career that took her on a journey around the world; experiences that can be felt throughout many of her songs.  Pen and paper always in hand, she began writing poetry and playing her guitar, lending itself naturally to combining her two passions into what has become a body of musical work that she continues grow daily.  Drawing much of her inspiration and influence from such bands as Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty and The Rolling Stones, it wasn't until she discovered her deep  love for artists such as Gram Parsons and Willie Nelson that her country, americana rock style was born. Her unique sound and soul sets her apart from many other artists of her kind as her mesmerizing vocals full of rasp and roughness make her a force to be reckoned with, revealing the authenticity and edge of her americana/outlaw country ways.
    Media Inquires:  Francesca Spinosi Digital PR Miles High Productions http://mileshighproductions.com

  • 00:32

    A Beautiful Night of Current R&B Music

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    I play R&B music of all kinds.From rap styled r&b music to soulful r&b. From old school 90s and 2000s R&B to new school r&b. I play it all. This show is not a slow jamz show. This genre lost its popularity within the global music scene the same way that love has been lost within many genres of music. Perhaps there is a link between love and music? hint hint! This radio show showcases music that does not get played regularly on mainstream radio outlets. We are contributing to the revival of our beloved R&B genre. Lets get back to the Love and continue to spread love into the universe through R&B.
    Subcribe to the podcasts. search for the trinity R&B show in your podcast app to stay updated.
    For song requests email Thetrinityrnbshow@gmail.com

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