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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.

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

Jordan Crivelli-Decker visits Listening Lyrics, July 31, 2015 at 4:00PM

Jordan Crivelli-Decker - Every now and then I spot a talent that somehow stands out from the crowd. Within a couple of minutes of playing I knew that Jordan would be a real treat on Listening Lyrics. This week we have Jordan and his guitar for a whole hour. Jordan is heavily influenced by fingerstyle guitar music and his father’s playing, He blend multiple styles of guitar into one holistic genre. You can find Jordan playing at open mic nights around the northern California area a few nights a month.

Can disco sound metal?

Find out on this week's episode of HEAVY with Dmitry and George! We'll be playing iron-clad versions of ABBA, Boney M, the Bee Gees, The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, and that's just the start! 

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...

New Parent Network
07/28/2015 - 10:00am to 11:30am
$1 Kids' Movies
07/28/2015 - 10:00am
Curatorial Walkthrough
07/28/2015 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Classical Bassoon & Wine Tasting
07/28/2015 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Open Mic
07/28/2015 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

OUR PROGRAMS

Roots, Shoots, and Leaves

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

DJ(s): 

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.

The Awesome Patrol Show

Live Friday 5-6pm
Replays Monday 8-9pm

DJ(s): 

Happy Hour Friday jams with The Awesome Patrol Show (TAPS). Hosts Danny and Sara drone on about bands they like, think everyone should hear, or are performing in a venue nearby, perhaps, maybe if you're lucky or something. Cheers!

Unfortunate

Live Tuesday 3-4pm
Replays Wednesday 9-10pm

DJ(s): 

Featuring a wide variety of recorded music from many different cultures, time periods and genres.  Although the show as a whole would be thematically sporadic, each individual installment (if not revolving around some central topic) would at least have a general flow.  In addition, we hope to include interviews and live performances by local youths who have an interest or talent in any type of music.