More Other Music radio news

As mentioned before, tune in this Sunday for the "Aluminati edition" of Other Music. We'll be spinning music made on metal-fabricated guitars and basses, and we'll also be interviewing Kevin Burkett of the Electrical Guitar Company. We'll have some local folks in discussing the aluminum guitars they play, too, and maybe even jamming a bit live in the studio.

The following Sunday, July 1, we'll be interviewing NYC drummer and composer Mike Pride about several of his recent and upcoming projects. I've been a fan of many of Mike's bands and projects for almost a decade now, and he has some really cool stuff in the works. We'll also be playing some of his music during that show, but just to get you warmed up, check these out:

You can listen every Sunday from 10-midnight on KZUM, 89.3 FM in Lincoln, NE, or streaming anywhere via http://www.kzum.org.

As mentioned before, I sat in on fellow DJ Joseph's other program, Out to Lunch, this Thursday evening. I had a ton of fun gathering this set of jazz-related music to play:

Peckerwood - Joey Baron - Raised Pleasure Dot
Retrace a Walk - Zs - Buck
Macho Woman - Ornette Coleman - Body Meta
Piram - Masada - Beit
Hadasha - Masada - Beit
Amhorrikkka - Evil Eye (Mike Pride) - Doin It All For My Baby
Fireflower - Astroid Powerup! - Googleplex
The Adventures of Billy Spontana - Brown vs Brown - Odds and Unevens
Age of Energy - Chicago Underground Duo - Age of Energy
Letter to HST 3:16 - Colin Stetson - New History Warfare, Volume 1
Catman - Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society - Mandance
Hall - Henry Threadgill - Easily Slip Into Another World
Chapi Chapo - Inzinzac - Inzinzac
Throat I - Little Women - Throat
Tsarka - Rabih Abou-Khalil - Blue Camel
Let's Talk About Virtue - Rich Woodson's Ellipsis - The Nail That Stands Up Gets Pounded Down
Erase Yourself - Ron Miles - My Cruel Heart
Kitchen - Sex Mob - Dime Grind Palace
How Hight the Loch (Ornamentology) - Farmers Market - Musik Fra Hybridene
Now Then - Tim Berne - Fractured Fairy Tales

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