On Tonight’s The Afropunk Monk Show on FCCFREERADIO.com 10pm-Midnight or anytime streaming or download! Content Warning: tonight’s show discusses mature topics, viewer discretion advised! Continuing our Bay Area Bands focus with @Sleep’s Doom masterpiece Dopesmoker! Other local bands are Ex’s With Benefits(You didn’t see it coming), Punk Funk Mob (01 HOW ARE YOU), a classic from @Stone Vengeance (Time is At Hand), Maya Songbird (Dumb Phones). National bands include Saul Williams (Burundi), Alabama Shakes (Don’t Wanna Cry No More), @The Skins (Rude Girl), LOLAWOLF (Every Fucking Day). My guest is Generatrix, our topic is #Blacklivesmatter and Intersectionality: Decriminalizing Sex Work.
Afropunk is an eclectic punk-inspired genre enjoying a scene in New York and Paris. Combining R&B, Soul, Punk and Jazz, Afropunk is more about the artists than hewing to the Sex Pistols sound. Anthony O’con is a Comedian and lifetime member of the Athletic Goth Punk scene (ha) and your eager guide to nuances of Afrofuturism, politics, comedy, classic punk and powerviolence. Join us 10pm-midnight for an experience that polar reverses Straightedge punk.
Tonight, on the mighty USS from 8-10pm in Studio 1A, we’ll be bringing you music to chill to.
First up, we get a return visit from R&B/Soul/Funk/Jazz drummer extraordinaire (and longtime personal friend) Vinnie Richardson. We’ll be discussing the recording of his upcoming release “Time Has Come” and about his recent diagnosis with cancer. We’ll also play some tracks off “Pocket Full of Songs” and his brand new single “Power of Three.”
In the second hour, we’ll welcome newbies Rebelskamp. They’ll be getting the full monty so we’ll learn about their roots while playing a bunch of songs from their album “InTentCity” and tracks from their influences.
Tune in for some great music as always!!!
That’s right, Crawlers. On this day in 1929 The “Geneva Convention” signed an agreement regarding the treatment of WWII POWs. Ratified by 53 countries, it changed the rules as to how the world should handle a ‘Captive Audience’. No surprise to us. We’ve been doing the same since we began this show over 4 years ago! What does that mean to you? It means that it’s time for a brand new episode of ‘Pub Crawl’, the fastest growing show on the world’s largest internet radio station. We’ll be streaming live tonight from 6-8 pm out of studio 2b. C’mon and join Meredith, Spec, Dan Linley, Carlson, Vince and the couch people along with special guests as we trash everything and anything obscure and unrelated to daily life. You can share in the fun by listening and/or calling in live at (415) 655-9246 or just check out the podcast at your convenience through the fccfreeradio home page, Stitcher or TuneInRadio. We’ll be there and so should you. You have nothing to lose except 2 hours of your Monday night. Give us a listen. We’ll save you a stool!
On Today’s The Edge of Insanity, FCC Free Radio‘s studio 1A, 4-6pm P.S.T. Paul Brumbaugh along with partner in crime: Kitten Marie Clayman have a full studio of comedians on this episode & you know what they say about too many comics in the studio….. Neither do, but we’ll find out together with Hector Rodriguez, Leiroy Abueg & Zeo Niu plus who know who else will show up. EdgeCrew on board Mistress Christine & Brandon Ray. The 420 SHOUTOUT! with Patrick Carlin, Oh, boy is he going to have fun with all these people. Patrick loves to talk with anyone, except A$$holes! don’t we all. Doug Ferrari calls into talk to us about what the hell he’s been up too! He’s going to tell us what he has dub’d The OutSide HamZ Comedy Festival, aka the Back Yard Comedy Festival August 1st in Redwood City, California. As well as Raj Dutta, calls in about The New Faces Showcase at Cobbs Comedy Club, this Thursday. Plenty of comedy, music, EdgeNewz with the Flo-ridaFile and more.
Download this and every webisode of The Edge!! Call in to join in on the confusion at 415-829-2980.
Brumbaugh’s humor along with Kitten Marie & Mistress Christine’s unique perspective on the local comedy scene with a variety of interesting guests will keep you on the edge of your seat wondering where they may go next. Stayed tuned to keep your finger on the pulse of what people are already calling a road map to entertainment in The City! Ready to conquer the world & beyond, 1 Sunday at a time!
We have a spectacular show for you lined up! 2nite we’ll play some of our favorite pop/r&b/hip-hop/house selections from #The90s.
The 1990s, pronounced “nineteen-nineties” or abbreviated as “nineties”, was a decade that began on January 1, 1990, and ended on December 31, 1999. Culturally, the 1990s was characterized by the rise of multiculturalism and alternative media, which continued into the 2000s. Movements such as grunge, the rave scene and hip hop spread around the world to young people during the decade, aided by then-new technology such as cable television and the World Wide Web.
The first hour is going to make you dance and we’ll slow things down for the second hour. With so many genres to cover, we’re definitely going to have a second part. But for now, thanx for listening to The Cool Lounge!