The Breakfast Snob presents:

16 November 21st, 2019

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Happy House presents:

143 November 21st, 2019

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Pandemic presents:

Speaker Music, the freeform improvised electronic project of New York-based theorist, journalist, and curator Deforrest Brown Jr., was inspired by the great work of Henri Lefebvre and jazz musicians such as Les McCann and James Stinton. Brown’s music is centered around a kind of controlled chaos, using many layers of free percussion and both original and field recordings. Brown is also a modern day activist in addition to artist, responsible for the “Make Techno Black Again” campaign. For this episode, Brown supplied a bananas mix of de-capitalized and weaponized homegrown techno entitled “Rhythmatic Music for Speakers.”

Photography is by Richard Ross.

We also pour over new stuff from ANZ, Angel Ho and Laurel Halo, while sprinkling new and old favorites like L’Rain, City & i/o, and Billy Woods.

Listener discretion is advised.

533 November 21st, 2019

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Nighttime Maneuvers presents:

225 November 21st, 2019

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New Music Machine presents:

Tune in for new music from Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Colin Self, OOIOO, Jon Mueller, Mega Bog, Moses Sumney and much more.

86 November 19th, 2019

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

Welcome to a lively edition of the Lost Music Saloon! “Lively” as in mostly uptempo pop/rock/country/folk/roots songs from the past 20 years or so that put a smile on my face for one reason or another. I’ll also be giving away tickets to go see some music here in Richmond later this week, so stay tuned for that.

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: Nov. 18, 2019: 5-7 p.m.: Lively Music!

Keaton Simons: 123 Go: 123 Go EP
Johnnyswim/Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors: Ring The Bells: Goodbye Road EP
The Pretenders: Boots of Chinese Plastic: Break Up the Concrete
Brian Fallon: Smoke: Painkillers

Cameron Johnson: Crooked Bangs: Stack Your Stones EP
High Dive Heart: Vintage: Vintage EP
Eels: Bone Dry: The Deconstruction
Shane Smith & The Saints: Whirlwind: Hail Mary

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: The Impression That I Get: Let’s Face It
David Mead: Bedtime Story: Cobra Pumps
The Fratellis: Flathead: Costello Music
Colin Hay: Come Tumblin’ Down: Fierce Mercy

Josh Ritter: Getting Ready to Get Down: Sermon on the Rocks
Keith Urban: John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16: Ripcord
Roan Yellowthorn: Fingerless Gloves: Indigo
Paul Cauthen: Everybody Walkin’ This Land: Have Mercy EP

TICKETS! Live @ the Richmond Music Hall at the Capital Ale House on Wed. 11/20:
– William Elliott Whitmore: Busted: Kilonova
– Woody Woodworth: Virginia: Virginia
– Samantha Crain: Big Rock: Under Branch & Thorn & Tree
– The Piners: Jalapeno: Nashville Pine

Shooter Jennings: 4th Of July: Put The O Back In Country
Jake Owen: I Was Jack (You Were Diane): I Was Jack (You Were Diane)
Clark Paterson: Sweet Baby: The Final Tradition
case/lang/veirs: Best Kept Secret: case/lang/veirs

Luke Bell: Glory and the Grace: Luke Bell
Avicii: Wake Me Up: Wake Me Up
Carly Rae Jepsen: Call Me Maybe: Call Me Maybe
Sky Smeed: Bumper Sticker: Lunker Bass

The Dollyrots: American Girl: American Girl
Robbie Fulks: Where There’s A Road: Georgia Hard
John Lilly: Tore Up From The Floor Up: Cold Comfort
Kid Creole & The Coconuts: Endicott: Kid Creole Redux

Pistol Annies: Got My Name Changed Back: Interstate Gospel

Garry, DJ
Lost Music Saloon
WRIR 97.3 FM
Richmond, Virginia
www.wrir.org
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140 November 18th, 2019

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If Music Could Talk presents:

keep the fire burnin’ … on WRIR….

121 November 17th, 2019

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The Morning Rush With Jagar presents:

Bringing you the best in Hip Hop,R&B and Gospel Music 11/17/2019 7am-9am

388 November 17th, 2019

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Hip-Hop for the Rest of Us presents:

97 November 17th, 2019

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River City Limits presents:

Hello Richmond! Hope you have your running shoes on because its Marathon time and that seems like the only appropriate footwear choice! I hope the parking and traffic gods smiled upon you and your life was unaffected by this event if running is not your thing OR you ran so so fast and loved it! You gotta go fast!!

Noah and I are back! Here on another beautiful Saturday to share our favorite Richmond artist with you!!

 

216 November 16th, 2019

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