Wouldn't it be cool if you got to hear the entire album 'Eye Mohini: Singles volume 3' by Sun City Girls out on their own label Abduction? Just because they're not a band anymore doesn't mean we aren't getting a new release from them every year! Here, we have more rare tracks, singles, and one live freakout from this psychedelic, world-folk chimera of a rock band. This material is culled from the gap between the recording of Sun City Girls' 2nd LP, Grotto of Miracles, in '86, and the launch of their Abduction label in '93. Last time bassist Alan Bishop was in town as Alvarius B, he complained about UNC's uniforms, saying that if they're really that good of a basketball team, they should show up on the court dressed in all black. Maybe tonight is the night?
Stay tuned at 10 for the NSE as Donovan D is gonna do a variety of house and general EDM for the first hour and the second hour and his friend Kyle is gonna do more hip hop and trap music from 11 until midnight.
Then at 1pm on Sunday for Heel or High Water Kiever H is going to be focusing on Stax Records. Founded in 1957 as Satellite Records, the Memphis, Tennessee based Stax Records was an integral in the creation and progression of Southern Soul while staying true to gospel, jazz, and blues sounds. Rugs will be cut.
Stay broken at 2pm on Broken Music as David H explores the electroacoustic and computer works of Polish composer Krzysztof Knittel. Knittel's training in composition and computer programming gave way to a unique approach to music, often incorporating mathematical logic and the juxtaposition of acoustic and electronic forms. Since 1973, Knittel has remained a prominent member of the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, where he also became involved with the composers group KEW, along with Elzbieta Sikora and Wojciech Michniewski.
At 9pm on SportsRap, March Madness. That is all.
Then at 9pm on the Outside Track tune in for 'Wound Response' by Rhodri Davies out on Altvinyl. Davies is a London-based improvisational Harpist who has played with everyone from Derek Bailey to John Butcher. The music here ranges from gorgeous acoustic strumming reminiscent slightly of Irish folk all the way to noisier pieces with as many notes as OV-period Orthrelm and the general ambiance of Skullflower.