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S P E C I A L EVENT - Victor Krummenacher show in Davis Aug. 14

Victor Krummenacher show in Davis Aug. 14     If you’re looking for someone so good that a local record store, a house concert producer, and a community radio station all jumped on board to bring him to town, then look no further than Victor Krummenacher.     Serving up music that draws from influences as far-ranging as “cosmic folk,” the blues and even a smattering of punk, the renowned musician plays an intimate “living room” show at Davis Media Access (DMA) Friday, Aug. 14, co-presented by Armadillo Music, Bill Wagman and KDRT 95.7 FM.

Hannah Jane Kile appears on Listening Lyrics Friday August 7, 2015 at 4:00PM

Hannah Jane Kile is a 20 year old songbird who embraces her robust yet sweet voice to convey vulnerability & strength in each of her songs.Hannah’s guitar work effortlessly weaves through her melodies touching on the ideas of coming of age, strength in overcoming obstacles, & the overall human experience.  According to Hannah, “Being human can be frighting, exciting, charming, & most of all beautiful!”  Hannah Jane Kile revisits these ideas in her tunes often drawing comparisons to her heroes: Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, & Norah Jones.

Hannah is known as a "Sweet, soulful songwriter [Who] provides poetic messages blending original and traditional folk, with individual voice and instrument”. She loves to create tunes that unify her listeners, strengthen her audience by overcoming emotional obstacles through song, and reinforcing the idea that there is a place for everyone.

Visit Hanah Jane at http://www.hannahjanekile.com/photos

Album of the Week - 7/30/15 at 5:00PM - Alabama Shakes "Sound & Color"

 

"Sound & Color is not an electronic record. But it is strange and mystical and unexpected—more Houses of the Holy than "Holy Cow". It’s got past lives and future people, traces of Curtis Mayfield, Erykah Badu, MC5, the Strokes. There’s a song called "Shoegaze" that could find a second home on the Rolling Stones’ Tattoo You. Bon Iver collaborator Rob Moose provides eerie string arrangements that slowly encroach on songs like ivy climbing up a fence while the band and co-producer Blake Mills tweak tones and rhythms to make guitars and drums and bass and keyboards sound genuinely exciting—fresh, even—in 2015. This is stadium soul with one eye peeking toward another galaxy while hands and feet and throats desperately try to suss out life here on Earth." review by PITCHFORK - see complete review here http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/20420-sound-color/.

Host this week is Pieter Pastoor  http://kdrt.org/programs/listening-lyrics

Davisville, 7/27/15: Lawson Snipes, who writes about Davis homeless

Lawson Snipes has produced the Spare Changer in Davis for 10 years, offering an often firsthand take on living homeless in Davis. In the latest issue he writes about how to address the problem, the deaths of homeless people you might recognize, and the role of alcohol, among many other aspects of homelessness. The problem can be complex, and today's show tries to shine some light on it.

About Us

KDRT is high-powered low-power grassroots radio located in Davis, California, airing an eclectic mix of music and public affairs programming, and building community by promoting dialogue, encouraging artistic expression, and acting as a forum for people who typically lack media access. Our mission reflects our values: localism, social equality, public participation, media literacy, diversity, and, of course, community media. Read more...

Pub Quiz
08/03/2015 - 7:00pm

OUR PROGRAMS

Civilization Phaze IV

Live Sunday 10-11am
Replays Tuesday 2-3pm, Thursday 7:30-8:30am, Saturday 10-11pm

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Join your host, Eunah (“oona”), as she harvests the ripest fruits classical music and its offshoots have to offer.  She’ll tell you a bit about their rootsand try to show you how wonderful this music can be for the mind and the soul.  

Only the most nutritious and delicious pieces will be hand-picked for your consumption, and preserved for long-lasting listening pleasure. You’ll probably come across some unusual or unfamiliar flavors every so often in Civilization Phaze IV give them a taste!  You may be pleasantly surprised by these classical jams.

Listening Lyrics

Live Friday 4-5pm
Replays Monday 7-8pm, Sunday 4-5pm

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Each one-hour show features live interviews with local and national artists to hear their music and/or listen to music that might have inspired them. Do not let the name fool you, this show is all about music. Genres are focused on singer/songwriter, Blues, Americana, Jazz and Bluegrass. The show is hosted by Pieter Pastoor, who as a poet has a good ear for meaningful lyrics. Pieter's co-host is Jeanne Pastoor, who is known to ask those insightful questions that keeps this show in fine-tune mode.

Roots, Shoots, and Leaves

Live Tuesday 6-8pm
Replays Saturday 12-2pm

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dj tree kilpatrick

Your host, Tree, loves music.  And his theory of music involves a tree of sorts. Suffice to say it involves a trinity, exploration of themes and connections amongst recording artists, and otherwise very few boundaries.  Listen in as Tree plays music old and new, known and unknown.  Eventually if you listen long enough you might experience some musical enlightments. In the meantime, let him show you the way to the music from the tree of life.

Chambers Street Theatre

Live Thursday 11-11:30am
Replays Wednesday 11-11:30am, Sunday 12-12:30pm

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Hear amazing stories from the Golden State, from way back when in the language from way back when, with some stories written by the reader herself! Sit back and enjoy.