With my Octavia Butler and Kindred inspired show, I’ll be playing a mix of 70’s Donna Summer, Diana Ross, Dorothy Moore, The Sylvers , Hot Chocolate, The Commodores, Rufus and Chaka Khan, Tavares, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes juxtaposed … Continue reading Monday Breakast Blend – A Playlist Inspired by Kindred.
Music in the Intersection of Israel & Palestine. Music has intersected across cultures throughout history and continues today. Youth are leading the musical arenas to bring people together apart from political conflict. Between 1949-1967 there was a radio station that … Continue reading Medieval 2 Metal with DJ. Freya
Playlist: Bejing Opera, “Reality and Eternity” 10 Chinese songs, “Traditional, Relaxing, Zen Chinese Folk Song, “Look Toward Bejing on the Grassland Mountain People, “Drink Song Yehaiyahan, “Shen Jing Mo Shao”from Call Me From The Past – Single Cui Jian, “Nothing to My Name”from Rock ‘N’ Roll on the … Continue reading Medieval 2 Metal
Playlist: Kyoto Imperial Court Music Orchestra, “Goshoraku”from Gagaku – The Imperial Court Music of Japanunknown Kyoto Imperial Court Music Orchestra, “Karyobin”from Gagaku – The Imperial Court Music of Japanunknown Kyoto Imperial Court Music Orchestra, “Manzairaku”from Gagaku – The Imperial Court Music of Japanunknown Kyoto Imperial Court … Continue reading Medieval to Metal – Japan
Today DJ Freya visits Syria to talk about music from medieval times to modern metal. Playlist: Adir Iana’akwab, “Hispani-Arabic muwashshahah”from concertunknown Lamma bada, “Muwashah of Arab-Andalusian tradition”from Concertunknown Moaxaja Mala Al Kassat, “Muwashah”from concertunknown Christian Syria, “Christian chant in Arabic Psalm 135”from concertunknown Syrian Jewish group, “Dear G-D Help … Continue reading Medieval 2 Metal – Music and Protest in Syria
I brought back a playlist I did for another show here for Black History Month – a mixed genre show on Black Women Musicians starting in the 50’s. Influenced in part by LoveCraft Country and how influential Black Women musicians … Continue reading Glory to Black Women Musicians