CMJ was on hiatus two weeks ago so this is the top thirty KRFP spins for the weeks of Oct. 11 – Oct. 18, Oct 18 to Oct. 25.
You can buy most of this music on iTunes.
1 CORN MASH Nice And Hot Disc Makers
2 BASSNECTAR Divergent Spectrum Amorphous
3 PRIMUS Green Naugahyde ATO
4 S.C.U.M Again Into Eyes Mute
5 BJORK Biophilia Nonesuch
6 MASTODON The Hunter Reprise
7 GIFT Explode La Folie
8 FORREST DAY Forrest Day Ninth Street Opus
9 MISFITS The Devil’s Rain Misfits
10 MEMORYHOUSE The Years Sub Pop-Arcade Sound
11 BLOOD ORANGE Coastal Grooves Domino
12 CHRISTOPHER O’RILEY Shuffle.Play.Listen Oxingale
13 MOGWAI Earth Division Sub Pop
14 JOHN SURMAN Flashpoint: NDR Jazz Workshop April 1969 Cuneiform
15 CALM PARADOX Calm Paradox
16 TARTUFI Nests Of Waves And Wire Southern
17 PLAIN JANE AUTOMOBILE Your Tomorrow
18 BETHESDA Dreamtiger And Other Tails
19 SLEIGH BELLS Treats Mom And Pop
20 LOW C’mon Sub Pop
21 PHIL BARRY Between The Carolinas
22 RADICAL DADS Mega Rama Uninhabitable Mansions
23 FRISKA VILJOR The Beginning Of The Beginning Of The End Crying Bob
24 ATMOSPHERE The Family Sign Rhymesayers
25 GARY CLARK JR. Bright Lights [EP] Warner Bros.
26 WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS In The Pit Of The Stomach FatCat
27 SWAMPBOOTS Everything Ends Nothing Ends Well
28 TIM HORNER The Places We Feel Free Miles High
29 STEVEN LUGERNER SEPTET Narratives Self-Released
30 VARIOUS ARTISTS Red Hot And Rio 2: Nova Tropicalia eOne
KRFP presents the first of two call-in Candidates Forums recorded Thursday, Oct. 27th. The first Forum is here.
Aaron Ament and Dan Carscallen are two out of four candidates running for three open seats on the Moscow City Council. The other two candidates are Wayne Krauss and Tom Lamar. City residents can cast ballots for up to three, and the top three-vote getters will serve 4-year terms. The Election is November 8th.
“When Politics Fail: the Grassroots Movement that will Bring Peace to Israel/Palestine” 10-19-2011 lecture by Dr. Mark Braverman at University of Idaho Administration Auditorium. Sponsored by Palouse Peace Coalition, U of I Martin Institute, Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse, UI ASUI Student Engagement and Leadership Programs, Peace and Justice League of Spokane, U of I Human Rights and Inclusion, and other groups. Dr. Mark Braverman is a clinical psychologist , founder of Crisis Management Group Associates in Maryland and longtime activist for justice in Palestine. He is the author of “Fatal Embrace: Christians , Jews and the Search for Peace in the Holy Land”. Mark Braverman also spoke with community members at a lunch meeting at the Unitarian Church. His lectures evoked dialogue about the conflict in the West Bank, its historical and Biblical underpinnings. He passionately describes his unorthodox, controversial and deeply considered solution to the problem of human rights violations, traumatic grief and his hope for change in Israel today.
KRFP presents the first of two call-in Candidates Forums recorded Monday, Oct. 24th. Wayne Krauss and Tom Lamar are two out of four candidates running for three open seats on the Moscow City Council. The other two candidates are Aaron Ament and Dan Carscallen. City residents can cast ballots for up to three, and the top three-vote getters will serve 4-year terms. The Election is November 8th.
Part 2 of the forum, broadcast Oct. 27, 2011 is here.