The day after Easter, The Ubu Hour rips into that holiday in part 2 of the Book of Holes, an hour long surreal audio drama about Adam, Eve and the Serpent, the power of words, and the epic battle between the pagan Goddess of fertility, Ostara, and the Zombie king and his followers, who want to turn her celebration of sex into worship of the tortured and murdered son-of-a-god. The following peice contains lurid sex and violence, moments of extreme audience abuse, profanity, descriptions of bodily fluids, and other things too unpleasent to mention here.
As promised, the show was packed with TONS of surprises - in-studio guest Mick Schafer of Tree Top Tribe; featured in-studio guest Will Redwood, who chatted with us about his artistic melding of poetry and visual art AND treated us to a reading of his poem"A Bird Song" now available as a picture book!
There was a ticket giveaway to Elephant Revival's performance on April 2nd at The Woods.
We had spoken word artistry through a poem by local poet Scot Siegel, an inspirationally poignant essay by Dana Roc and an excerpt of an interview with The Mighty Third Rail!
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For April on the day after a holiday, we air a sequel to the BOOK OF HOLES...
Part II: THE UBU S-ITS ON EASTER...
Is it a strange and surreal trip into the erotic garden of Eden?
Is it a celebration of the classic battle between a zombie savior and Ostara, the goddess of fertility?
Is it a hilarious look at contradictions in a Holy Book?
Is it a vicious satirical attack on Western religion?
Or is it merely an ameturish production with feable attempts of humor with profanity and filth?
Tune in and find out!
You think the new health care legislation made them mad? They'll be out in the streets with pitchforks and uzus when they hear.. BOOK OF HOLES PART II: UBU EASTER S-IT
Irishman Peter Blood and his crew of escaped slaves and political prisoners have taken their captured Spainish Galleon to the free port of Tortuga to elude both the Spainish and British Navies. But their ship is undermaned, and they soon realise that she is prised by other bigger and more ruthless pirate crews. Especially that commanded the notorius Captain Easterling. So, Captain Blood and his men set sail one night, hoping to make a Dutch port where they can resupply for a crossing back to Europe. But Captain Easterling and his bloodthursty crew of pirates are in hot pursuit.
Eliot Lipp didn’t choose to become one of the most looked to artists in contemporary electronic music, but somehow, Lipp’s sound, one that uses vintage gear to create a unique take on Hip Hop and House, has quickly garnered the respect among the industry’s most influential musicians and producers as well as the deep admiration among audiences worldwide.
Since being discovered by Scott Herren (aka Prefuse 73) in the mid 2000’s, and releasing albums on the cutting edge labels Eastern Developments, Mush and Hefty as well as backing the hype with a relentless touring schedule of influential live shows all over the globe, Lipp has quickly become one of the barometers for the revival of electronic music in the States.
Tonight's journey was a FUNtastic one! DJ Muffin was in the studio the entire time and even participated in "Muffin's Picks", by running around finding the tunes selected by YOU, our KBOO family!
Many thanks to all who called with their "Muffin's Picks". Thank you for sharing your love of music with us and fellow listeners.
Tonight's show also included a special spoken word "open mic" flashback! I played segments of all the spoken word contributions to "Paula's Picks" so far. It was a lovely revisit of the amazing poems and short stories written by talented local and not-so-local artists!
As always, here is the information for local/independent artists featured on "Paula's Picks".