Divine Intervention strikes this week with more new music—a lot of rock & pop with a hefty sprinkling of jazz and experimental sounds: Toro y Moi, Cloud Seeder, Ben LaMar Gay, Mozes & the Firstborn, Angel Bat Dawid, John Barera & Will Martin, and much more—plus Vinyl Vespers. See the playlist and stream the show via the program page.
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Divine Intervention strikes once again on KDRT, closing the year with a musical sampling of 2018's best rock/pop/related/random releases, including new sounds from Otis Gibbs, Yowler, Derek Ted, Field Medic, Th’ Losin Streaks, and Perfume Genius, as well as a few—just a few—new so-called holiday tunes. See the playist and stream the show via the program page. Happy holidays and and a healthy new year to you!
KDRT is broadcasting live from the Davis Fire Relief Benefit today, Sunday, October 22nd, featuring live music from the West Nile Ramblers, the Smoke Shovelers, Sometimes Warren, and the Byron Colborn Trio. Please help our North Coast Neighbors. Turn us on and join us at Sudwerk's this afternoon til 4 PM. Your entry ticket is simply a gift card from a store that sells clothing or food. Proceeds from today's event go to fire victims in Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, and Lake Counties.
Join the KDRT Live DiRT crew for September's 2nd Friday ArtAbout with one-man band Doc Tari, broadcasting live from the Armadillo Music stage in downtown Davis, September 8, starting at 6:30 p.m. sharp-ish. Doc Tari draws inspiration from New Orleans buskers, driving out feel-good rhythms on foot-pedal drums, guitar, and harmonica, singing songs that track the roots of American music through the annals of country, blues, gospel, and folk. Come on down to Armadillo for the live show, or if you truly can't make it downtown, tune in for the live broadcast, only on KDRT, where the grass roots grow!
Divine Intervention strikes this evening, 7-9 pm PT on KDRT. It's a hot, hot, HOT evening here in Davis, CA, and so we'll play nothing but the coolest of tunes, new and old, rock and beyond. So what does that mean, specifically? Nothing. Literally nothing. Like we said. It's hot. It's too hot to think, in fact. But we'll have fun. You'll see.
This week's edition of Divine Intervention strikes with a slate of new rock/pop from the likes of Algiers, Cage the Elephant, Red Baraat, and Teenage Bottlerocket, as well as some loveliness en Español from Lila Downs. There will be other genres. There will be an obligatory eclipse-related song. And there will be Vinyl Vespers as pictured—a recording made to be funny that may have decidedly missed the mark. Guess we'll see (or hear) this evening, 7-9p PT, only on KDRT. More info and replays here on the program page.
You can see from the thumbnail that this is going to be an especially challenging Vinyl Vespers service, and so pat yourself on the back in advance for tuning in to Divine Intervention. The rewards will be great--including new and old rock, pop, and otherwise--live this evening, 7-9p Pacific, only on KDRT, where those grass roots (and apparently rose petals) grow.
This week's edition of Divine Intervention is breaking the rules for Vinyl Vespers. First of all, we pretty much all know this "artist" on sight. Second, the image is a lie -- we did not spring for the "digitally remastered" [good-goddess-why?] edition. Third, we *may* play more than one track if the mood strikes. So there. Other than that, there will be indescribeable new rock/pop and other sundry goodness. Tune in this fine Monday evening, 7-9p PT, only on KDRT-FM.