Thursday, June 29, 2006

evil is the anti-humor

I'm not saying he's comedy, but still - let's shake the devil out using Tetuzi tonite.
 
Bleary-eyed samaritans choose radio: www.killradio.org in fact,
for the best Akiyama this side of a Torrance condo brawl.   
 
9:00-10:30pm PST Thursday TheUnwrinkled Ear
 
and to help you choose neck work over networking,
we'll also enjoy some overdubbed piano by Howard Riley
and at least a single slice of local Peanut Butter Wolf
 
If yur bored out of yer grid, the archives are always at www.radio4all.net  
  

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Friday, June 23, 2006

New Theme Party Tonight!

Hi everyone!
 
Tonight, From 9 to 11 PM PST, we're treating you to another Theme Party Mix Tape. Kiss My Fist is off at another orchestra concert and Kyle MC DC is planning his birthday, but the Eligible Ross Lincoln, with assist from his other friends, will be here to talk and hang out, and play 2 hours worth of music that is very wonderful.
 
To give you something to look forward to, The ERL has been obsessed with minced oaths. Expressions like "By Jingo!", "Great Jove's Mountain" and other fun ways to avoid upsetting the gentry's views on swearing. So expect many such phrases, in addition to music and other fun such things.
 
To listen, head over to our Myspace account and follow the handy links, OR, just get yourself over to Kill Radio and click the Listen button. While you're listening, instant message us using our AOL ID, Themepartyradio!
 
So, that's from 9 PM to 11 PM, PST. So we'll see you tonight? 
 
Dashedly,
 
Theme Party!

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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

here comes the rumble...

what can you do musically with the theme of summer solstice? nothing. i already did a beach boys show recently (and where were you?) so i figured that maybe i should do the rumble city inspector show based around the seasons? or maybe i could just surprise you and me with a whole set of the usual oddness...won't know til you tune in, turn on, drift off...

thursdays 7pm to 9pm lefty coasty time...

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Friday, June 16, 2006

Tonight, listen to the Theme Party Mix Tape!

HI everyone!
 
This weekend is music heavy for Theme Party. Not only is Kiss My Fist performing in the Pasadena Community orchestra, but Kid Moxie (featuring Kiss My fist on Keys) have a show on Sunday.
 
That's why tonight, From 9 to 11 PM PST, we're going to commemorate the explosion of music by treating you to the Theme Party Mix Tape. We're going to talk and hang out, and play 2 hours worth of music that is dear to us, and if you're good people, to you as well. Thrill to the foppish wonder of the Eligible Ross Lincoln's music collection. Be Rocked as Kyle MCDC plays his favorite local and international rock music. And leave it to KMF to play old school music to make you extremely happy.
 
To listen, head over to our Myspace account and follow the handy links, OR, just get yourself over to Kill Radio and click the Listen button. While you're listening, instant message us using our AOL ID, Themepartyradio!
 
So, that's from 9 PM to 11 PM, PST. So we'll see you tonight? 
 
Mixeningly,
 
Theme Party!

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Thursday, June 15, 2006

stickywrist guitarist

like Frozen Fresh Boneless Beef Futures, the sense of belonging that comes with attendance at a ZU concert can't ever be truly priced. We're lucky enough to have them here in LA this saturday, and The Unwrinkled Ear will begin the acclimatisation-to-inky bass magnitude this evening on www.killradio.org from 9:00-10:30pm PST
 
We'll also be getting in the mood with the Dead C. 
                                          (why hadn't I listened to them over the course of the last 8 months?)
            
+ a choice selection from the growing-on-me-fiendishly
new EMANEM disc SUPERMODEL SUPERMODEL  
 
then we'll head into the Ranch of Gus  with Gus himself bringing recordings of his music to play and be subjected to unwrinkling. A live chat to ensue no doubt.
 
Dredge the cocktail with intermittent gulps from Gebbia, Nunn, Robair, Powell, Palma, Smith and Gianetto's "Night in Palermo"
 
and we'll all get away from home safely                   
 
         

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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

the juneteenth rumble on june 15

so i and i and the rumble city inspector will celebrate the 2006 juneteenth (look it up) dis thursday june 15th wit music from the african diaspora, wit an emphasis on dese here united states of slavery, mon.

i can say that.
yes i can.
ask me grand papa on me mudder's side.

rumble city inspector show, on killradio.org, thurs 7pm ta 9pm

is it because i'm black?

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We're Not Giving Up! - South Central Farmers: "bulldozers were sent in"

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"Over 50 arrests have been made, a few demonstrators have suffered blows from batons and the bulldozers were sent in to demolish the blooming crops, indigenous plants and 14 years of love that have been put into the farm. We are continuing to stand strong with tears in our eyes. It is not over yet! The community cannot be defeated. Join us to peacefully protest the police attack on our community."
http://www.southcentralfarmers.com/

The South Central Farmers dispel the myth that the poor are poor because they are lazy. Many of the South Central Farmers work more than one job, and then farm the land at 41st and Long Beach Avenue. They grow staples such as corn, tomatoes, cactus, and other foods such as papalotl, pipicha, chipillin, alachi, quelite, and quintonil from Meso-America unavailable elsewhere in Los Angeles. The South Central Farmers provide fresh foods and a healthy alternative to the working poor. They have found a creative way to feed families without welfare.

"On Sunday, I went to the farm. People welcomed me into their gardens, as they would family. One man had a family with three daughters, his oldest was autistic, but she had the sweetest and most infectious smile.

Jesus' hands were hard, leathery, callused, and at the same time quiet, sensitive and somewhat delicate. He invited me to sit with him and his family. His wife sat nearby and prepared some cactus for me. The taste was somewhat bitter, but it's texture was not unlike celery. I liked it.

Jesus led me around his family's garden. He showed me the herbs and flowers they grew and what they were used for. His English was just about as limited as my Spanish-- still, we talked animatedly and comfortably.

His wife teased me about being single. She picked a gladiola and handed it to me saying she thought it would be nice for my esposa. When I replied that I wasn't married, she said, "Oh.. your boyfriend, then?"

"No, no, no quiero no boyfriend." I replied.

I felt as if I was home. I was only there for a matter of hours.

Imagine how the South Central Farmers feel, many of whom tending their gardens, making food and medicine for five, ten years and more, only to have it ripped from them by court orders and sheriff's deputies. It's wrenching, the way it sounds when a tree's roots are pulled from earth."
--DJ Xango

For more information on the South Central Farmers and how to help, visit http://www.southcentralfarmers.com/

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Saturday, June 10, 2006

You have been added to Theme party's mailing list

(By the request of J. Radio)
 
Cheers!
 
T. Party

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Thursday, June 08, 2006

Cage Stripes redux

For investing on a budget, nothing beats not showing up.
I missed last week's show despite the intrepid promo.
 
So I've spent the last week honing the setlist for this Cage hotplate, and I think John will be quite proper embroiled/ represented.
 
9:00-10:30pm Thursday Pacific Time
www.killradio.org
 
[LA-bred, round 3]
 
"Embracing Prehistoric Sport"

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Thursday, June 01, 2006

cage stripes

remember when i initiated that series of radio programs about the four greatest los angeles musicians? we did the first one on frank zappa, then one which turned into two on eric dolphy.
 
now it's time for number three on john cage.
 
i havent put a cage record on in 6 months so this should be a nice tamp.
9:00-10:30pm PST thursday
killradio.org
 
for that very thin summer skin

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