This week on the Sweet and Sour Variety Hour, tons of music inspiration from “somebody who I used to know”, and an episode of The Real News Network.
Here is the file, airing live on Wednesday April 10th 2019 to over 40 coastal communities on CHLY 101.7FM
The Cardigans – Lovefool
Metric – Wet Blanket
Yeah Yeah Yeah’s – Gold Lion
The Walkmen – We’ve Been Had
Radiohead – 15 Step
Christine and the Queens – Tilted
The Avalanches – If I was a Folkstar
Camera Obscura – French Navy
Best Coast – Our Deal
Fleetwood Mac- The Ledge
Sister Nancy – Bam Bam
Owiny Sigoma Band – Deep Kisumu Fish
The Real News: EU Clamps Down on Freedom of Speech in name of Copyright Protection. Julia Reda of the Pirate Party warns that the law does not protect creators, but large interest groups. Internet platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter will install filters and ban access to material individuals upload who do not buy the rights for everything they use.
Brenton Wood – Oogum Boogum Song M
This week on The Sweet and Sour Variety Hour, a selection of Jack Stauber tracks from across 4 of his albums. The second half of the show are two segments from The Real News.
Here is the file to air on Wednesday April 3rd, 2019 on CHLY 101.7fm broadcasting to 40 coastal communities around the Salish Sea.
Jack Stauber – Dead Weight
Jack Stauber – Buttercup
Jack Stauber – Gettin’ My Mom On
Jack Stauber – Small World
Jack Stauber – Pad Thai
Jack Stauber – Two Time
Jack Stauber – Beird
Jack Stauber – Fighter
The Real News Network –How Big Tech Helped Big Oil Automate the Climate Crisis
Maxcence Syrin – Where Is My Mind?
The RealNews Network – The Anti-Democrac Roots of NATO
Starting off The Sweet and Sour Variety Hour this week is a half an hour of soft spoken cover songs and crooning sounds. Then we hear a bit of a conversation with Gabor Mate, then on to 2 stories from The Real News Network.
Here is the file. Airing 8am PST on Wednesday March 27th, 2019
Yo La Tengo – Im so Lonesome I Could Cry
Air, Gordon Tracks – Playground Love
Nouvelle Vouge – I Wanna Be Sedated
Seu Jorge – Rock With You
Yo La Tengo – You Can Have It All
Wings – Let Em In
The Durutti Column – Otis
Jehst – Bluebells
Gabor Mate on Russell Brand’s “Under the Skin”
The Real News Network: Monsanto
The Real News Network : Insect Populations
Half hourish of good music, and then a half hour talk by Michael Pollan about his new book.
Here is the file
Luke Temple – Hard Working Man
Art Feynman – Slow Down
Bent – British Summertime
Tune-Yards – Doorstep
Bent – K.I.S.S.E.S
Leathers – Phantom Heart
Jacco Gardner – Grey Lanes
Rubblebucket – Came Out of A Lady
Burt Bacharach – Something Big
Michael Pollan Talk : How to Change Your Mind
We begin with some words spoken by Leonard Cohen in one of his final public interviews, set to the final song on his final album. Then our minds and hearts are wrenched by the reworkings of German pianist, Lambert which continues behind a TED talk given by Bettina Warburg, a Blockchain Expert and Co-Founder of the laboratory Animal Ventures. She explains what the heck the Blockchain is, and how it is going to radically change global economy. Cool beans, eh?! Next comes a set of music, and then an episode from The Real News Network. More music to follow and close the program.
Here is the file, airing on Wednesday morning 8PST, March 13th 2019
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Leonard Cohen – String Reprise
Moderat – Bad Kingdom, Lambert Rework
Jacob Groening – Lambert’s Bad Kingdom
TED Talk- What is the Blockchain? By Bettina Warburg
Nobody – Wake up and Smell the Millenium
A Tribe Called Quest – Movin Backwards
The Real News Network
Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou – Homesickness