Nothin' but da riddim on tonight's Thursday Night Feature on WXYC, hosted by Will Vizuete and featuring the drum and bass of African Beat, Bam Bam, Mr. Bassie, Hot Milk, My Conversation, Stalag, and Train to Skaville, originals and covers. Tune in for three hours of history and blistering beats.
WXYC's Top 107 Records for the week of Sunday 8/25/13 - Saturday 8/31/13:
Rank (Plays) Artist - 'Title of CD/LP/EP/7-inch' (RECORD LABEL) --------------------------------------------------------------- 1 (14) Near Paris - S/T (MEDICAL) 2 (14) Otis G Johnson - Everything - God Is Love 78 (NUMERO GROUP/HOLY SPIRIT) 3 (12) Henry Flynt - Graduation (SUPERIOR VIADUCT) 4 (12) Julia Holter - Loud City Song (DOMINO) 5 (12) S.E. Rogie - The Sounds of S.E. Rogie (DOMINO SOUND/MISSISSIPPI) 6 (12) Toody/Western Front - Toody/Western Front 10-inch (MISSISSIPPI/CHANGE) 7 (11) Elizabeth Cotten/Marisa Anderson - "Elizabeth Cotten/Marisa Anderson" Split 7-inch (KBOO) 8 (11) WHATEVER BRAINS - S/T (SORRY STATE) 9 (10) Ariel Pink - Thrash and Burn (HUMAN EAR)
Tonight on a special Friday Night Feature, DJs JJ L, Grant B and Caroline P will guide you through the schedule of bands playing Hopscotch Music Festival next weekend. Who's a must-see? What day parties should you go to? Will JJ just play "Dopesmoker" in its entirety? Tune in tonight from 9 to midnight to find out!
Tonight's Thursday Night Feature on WXYC previews upcoming ProgDay Festival and is hosted by WXYC's own Howie Hoyt, who will be playing an overview of forty years of progressive rock of all types, with a special emphasis on bands that have played or will play at the ProgDay festival. ProgDay has been held in Chapel Hill each year for the last 19 years and features the best Prog/Jazz/Metal bands from all over the globe.
Tonight's Thursday Night Feature will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of that most blueswailing of British Invasion acts, the Yardbirds. Host Blastoff Bob and returning guest Jeff Jarema (local liner notes scribe for reissue labels like Sundazed Music) will spin three hours of the fuzzy guitar fireworks that launched a thousand garage bands. August 22nd, 9 to midnight, on WXYC 89.3 FM, online at www.wxyc.org.