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Nightmares On Wax, Govinda, SubSwara, Pretty Lights, Marc Farina, Nickodemus, SIXIS, Kaminanda, SaQi, Desert Dwellers, Bird of Prey, J-pod, Russ Liquid, Reva Devito, A.G.F.A, Sinjin Hawke, Mustard Tiger, DEFUNK, J-boogie, ESKMO, Empresarios, Filistine, Plumblyne, Thunderball, Amp Live, Govinda, Shen, Beats Antique, Bluetech, Saqui, The Great Mundane, Opiuo,  Mochipet, Dj Vadim, Zap Mama, Wax Tailor, Balkan Beat Box, Vibesquad, David Starfire, Graintable, Signal Path, Danny Corn, Rena Jones, TOR, Random Rab, Nalepa, Eliot Lipp, Russ Liquid, Blockhead, Emancipator & more...
 

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Episode Archive

The Melting Pot on 09/02/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 09/02/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 08/26/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 08/26/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 08/19/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 08/19/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 08/12/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 08/12/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 08/05/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 08/05/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 07/29/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 07/29/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 07/22/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 07/22/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

Silent Dance Party at Salmon Street Fountain Nw Salmon and Naito prkwy

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 07/15/2014 - 8:00pm
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Silent Dance Party at Salmon Street Fountain Nw Salmon and Naito prkwy
Silent Dance Party at Salmon Street Fountain  Nw Salmon and Naito prkwy
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The Melting Pot on 07/15/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 07/15/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

The Melting Pot on 07/15/14

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 07/15/2014 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
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The Melting Pot fuses elements of Electronica with instruments and vocals from various cultures.

Audio

Dec 23rd show

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Tue, 12/23/2014
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Interview and Beats from Featured Artist - ALIGNING MINDS

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 02/05/2013

 

Tune in for an Interview and Beats from Featured Artist - ALIGNING MINDS and hear all about their new album My Heart Is Love. Tune in 8-10pm(pst) every Tuesday for a fresh mix @www.KBOO.fm/listen
 
Stay up to date with The Melting Pot Radio Show @ KBOO, SOUNDCLOUD and FACEBOOK

 ALIGNING MINDS sound is melodic and bass heavy. It’s emotionally charged future music that rides on hypnotic breakbeats, infectious basslines, dubby soundscapes, and idm experimentation for one to dance or lounge to. Focused on unifying electronic music through diverse inuence, the Aligning Minds sound fuses elements of many genres like dubstep, breakbeat, idm/glitch, garage, downtempo and techno but without the need for formulaic restrictions.

 

SIXIS Interview 1.15.2013

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The Melting Pot
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Mon, 01/28/2013

SIXIS is Ben Wyss, an up-and-coming artist in the electronic psychedelic music scene. Ben hails from Berkeley, CA and is a current resident of Olympia, WA. Ben is constantly on tour from Black Rock City, to Berkeley, and beyond. Combining a dub and breaks feel with psychedelic textures, this music is intended to take the listener to spaces of deep atmospheres, rhythmic intensity, and throbbing bass. Inspired by the ever changing world around us, this is merely a reflection of what has been and will be experienced.             SIXIS - Facebook Bandcamp

Stay up to date with "THE MELTING POT" Featured Artists, Free Downloads and Interviews at        KBOO, SOUNDCLOUD and FACEBOOKand tune in every Tuesday 8-10pm for a fesh mix.

 

C&B 10

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The Melting Pot
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Mon, 01/28/2013

 

This week on The Melting Pot we touch base with a Benefit that has been going on for a decade called "COVERS and BLANKETS 10" Well hear from the founder Christian Parkinson about its inception, evolution and what you can do now and throughout the year. Stay up to date with free downloads new releases and interviews at TheMeltingPot or KBOO.fm/themeltingpot and tune in every Tuesday 8-10pm for a fesh mix.

 
 
COVERS and BLANKETS is a FamILY friendly "sign up and sing" musical adventure donation drive. Benefiting the Janus Youth Program of Portland, this is our Tenth year of coming together with the sprit of musical community service.
Description
COVERS and BLANKETS is Something like a talent show and a blanket drive all rolled up into to WON. You are welcome to perform a Cover song, spectate or volunteer,
just check us out on FaceBook... search COVERS and BLANKETS.

*We will gladly be accepting your donations of gently used Blankets, clothing, hats, scarves, gloves, sleeping bags, rain gear and baby stuff
and new toiletries to be donated to local homeless and at risk youth, (think teenage moms and run away kids)

The doors will open at 7pm and its is an all ages until 9pm. We encourage kids and family groups to get up on stage
and participate up until 9pm after that... its gonna be a grown ups party with a full bar. i.d required, Come early if you have kids. Its only $5 bucks with a donation a $10 without.

 

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  • Length: 19:33 minutes (17.91 MB)
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Nickodemus Interview 1.15.2013

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 01/15/2013

Stay up to date with "THE MELTING POT" Featured Artists, Free Downloads,New Releases and Interviews @ KBOO, SOUNDCLOUD and FACEBOOK and tune in every Tuesday 8-10pm for a fesh mix.

From the early days of Giant Step, to today's Turntables on the Hudson parties, Nickodemus has been a key element in the NYC dance music scene for over 10 years. As a DJ & a producer, he explores the intersection of Urban & World Music with sounds of Funk, Folk, Jazz, Hip Hop, House & Dub- all with a message of peace, awareness & love for the dance.

Nickodemus been touring as a DJ & collaborating with musicians all over the World since 1996! He has three albums & remix albums called "Engangered Species" "Sun People" & "Moon People" as well as eight Turntables on the Hudson compilations to date. His songs can also be found on 100's of compilations. With over 30 original songs & 40 or more remixes in the past 10 years, Nickodemus has carved a niche for himself in World Music & Dance Music by intersecting World & Urban sounds to make a unique dancefloor fusion of his own. Remixes for artists such as: Billy Holiday, Nina Simone, Thievery Corporation, Sultan Khan, Astor Piazzolla, Gilfeme, Dublex Inc, Boozoo Bajou, Karuan, Madrid de los Austrias, Truby Trio & more... Along with songs selected for Sex & the City & various feature films, the first song, "Mi Swing es Tropical," on his debut album,

 

Interview with DRUMSPYDER from The Melting Pot - Tuesday 7/10/2012

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Mon, 07/16/2012

Interview with DRUMSPYDER from The Melting Pot - Tuesday 7/10/2012

THE MELTING POT - Featured Artist - DRUMSPYDER

Bringing the drums to bellydancers, yogis, and the global dancefloor, Drumspyder weaves the rhythms and tonalities of the Mediterranean and the rhythmic energy of live Arabic percussion into a distinctively sleek and funky style of dance fusion.

Upcoming live appearances include "Awakenings" with the Desert Dwellers in Portland 7/19. Tracks slated for release in 2012 include 3 remixes of the Desert Dwellers on White Swan and Desert Trax, and 2 new bellydance-oriented tracks on the Caravan label.

 

His debut album "Kytheria" was released on Dakini Records in 2010, and his tracks and remixes have appeared on labels such as Six Degrees, Wonderwheel, Desert Trax, and Caravan, in addition to numerous bellydance DVDs. As percussionist and remixer he has collaborated with some of the most notable figures in global dance fusion, including the Nickodemus, the Spy from Cairo, Makyo, and Jef Stott.

 

Love & Light Interview on THE MELTING POT 3/15/2011

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Tue, 03/15/2011

Comprised of the musical talents of Matt Madonna and Ryan Anderson, Love and Light hails from the high desert region of the Reno/Tahoe Basin. Creating music that touches their hearts and elevates their souls, the duo's goal is the uplifting of people across the world through melodic synth lines, complex chord structure, intricate rhythms, and funky, chunky bass lines. Though having a strong focus on midtempo bass music, their span of producing talents are limitless, crossing into the realms of melodic dubstep as well as half-time drum and bass and four-on-the-floor bangers. Whether it is sweaty club, a beautiful outdoor festival setting or enjoying a night at home in the lab, Love and Light music moves humans in a vibrant and deeply conscious way.

Hives Inquiry Squad 1.11.11 on THE MELTING POT Radio show -Tuesdays 8-10pm(pst) @www.KBOO.fm/listen

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Tue, 01/11/2011

"The lyrical style is acrobatic and joyfully disjointed—think Aesop Rock meets Busta Rhymes—while the subject matter owes far more to the post-apocalyptic claustrophobia found on Funcrusher Plus than to the more ubiquitous ride-or-die ethos of The Chronic. In cinematic terms, it eschews the tragic braggadocio of Scarface for a universe that is decidedly Blade Runner in its subterranean futurism." - Ryan Feigh (Portland Mercury) http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/hive-mind/Content?oid=3300085

"It’s psychedelic rap, and in tandem with a pair of earbuds and Gavin Theory’s woozy, drum-’n’-bass-inspired beats, there’s enough here to trip you the fuck out." - Casey Jarman (Willamette Week)

Lucas Dix and Gavin Theory began their lives taught to be wary of each other's village's clan. Lucas Dix was born to the Claud Six people, green thumbed ground tillers of the sunny Eastern Valley, while Gavin Theory was born to the Mysterioso people, sky travelers of the shadowy Northern Slopes. The two villages had long been at odds because of their conflicting ideologies. The Mysteriosos were nocturnal beings who spent their time either tracking the movement of the stars or exploring space in meticulousy designed crafts of glass and metal, always eager to learn new things about the Universe and themselves. The little attention they paid to Earth was merely to hunt for sustenance or to collect materials to fuel further exploration. This directly clashed with the very pleasant and simple lifestyle of the Claud Six people, who woke early to reap, sew, and create from their numerous cultivated plants. Once their work was done, they would relax with each other and sip their fine ales, eat extravagant feasts, smoke their herbs and sing songs into the evening. The only real similarities between the neighboring cultures was that they shared a small lake as their only source of fresh water and both had a love for language and the spoken word. The Mysteriosos were renouned engaging storytellers and had become great at conversing with many different types of people on their adventures, while the Claud Six people were extremely open and understanding people who communicated all day to one another, and had gotten to know each other intimately. They were also well liked and trusted by all who talked to them.

http://www.hivesinquirysquad.com
http://www.twitter.com/hivessquad
http://www.myspace.com/hisquad
http://www.last.fm/music/Gavin+Theory/Es...

SUB SWARA Interview 10-19-2010 on THE MELTING POT

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The Melting Pot
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Tue, 10/19/2010

Sub Swara is a live electronic crew that represents the best in lo-frequency hi-vibration culture. From dubstep, dancehall, and jungle, to breakbeat, midtempo, and glitch hop, all mixed with a global sensibility in a live soundystem, the Sub Swara sound engages and unites across cultural and musical boundaries.

More info and free Downloads @http://subswara.com/blog/

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GRAINTABLE PERFORMS LIVE ON KBOO's MELTING POT

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Tue, 03/30/2010

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The Melting Pot playlist for 10/19/2010

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10/19/2010


The Great Mundane
- grew up in a southeastern Michigan home where TV was made of cardboard boxes, the tree in the backyard was his best friend and the words “I am bored” were household blasphemy.
Aside from occasional piano lessons, he passed time deep in his own imagination and on
spontaneous road trips, a.k.a his mother’s famous mystery van rides, that seem to have
provoked his current state of restlessness.
Itching to hit the road, The Great Mundane left his hip-hop roots in Michigan to delve into
Chicago’s house/techno scene before arriving in the Pacific Northwest. Now based in
Portland, Oregon he takes listeners on a journey exploring the complexities and
intricacies of his minimalist and innovative approach to beatmaking. He invents fractured,
heady instrumentals laced with lush synthesizer work that navigate the terrain of forward
thinking hip-hop and electro/house, all while exhibiting genuine emotion and talented
production skills. Each arrangement is collaged with friends, found sounds,
synthesizers, and samples meticulously programmed to convey what it might feel like to
fall in love with a tree, travel through a wormhole, or to never be bored again.
His debut LP “When Falls Arrive” (psymbolic) was released in 2007 exposing him as one
of the top underground electronic musicians to keep an ear out for. Since, he has
released “The Wires Remixes” EP (self-released, 2008), a remix of Deru’s “Peanut Butter
and Patience” (Mush, 2009) and his second full length entitled
“Humdrum” (RunRiotRecords, 2010). The Great Mundane’s music is featured on a long
list of compilation albums including Portland’s annual “PDX Pop Now” series. Expect
remixes for SPL, Lorn, KiloWatts & Bluetech as well as his next full length in May 2011 on
1320 Records.

this ep is a free DL that will be out oct 19th via 1320records http://digital.1320records.com/
 
this is a music video that was made by the good people at intothewoods.tv

 

http://twitter.com/thegreatmundane
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http://thegreatmundane.bandcamp.com/
www.thegreatmundane.com

 

SUB SWARA - Sub Swara is a live electronic crew that represents the best in lo-frequency hi-vibration culture. From dubstep, dancehall, and jungle, to breakbeat, midtempo, and glitch hop, all mixed with a global sensibility in a live soundystem, the Sub Swara sound engages and unites across cultural and musical boundaries.

The crew runs one of the most celebrated monthly club night on the first Fridays of every month at New York's Club Love, home of one of the finest club soundsystems in the country. the crew has played such prestigious events and venues as All Points West, The Clandestino Festival, Shambhala Music Festival, Deep Space NY, Dub War, Wembley Stadium, VH1 New Years in Goa, and Club Cargo (UK), and has appeared as a featured act on Maryanne Hobbs acclaimed BBC Radio 1 show and has played with fellow artists like The Glitch Mob, Bassnectar, FreQ Nasty, Ghislain Poirier, The Bug, Stereotyp, Skream, and more.

About Coup d'Yah, the debut album from Sub Swara

Two years in the making, Coup d'Yah unleashes the devastating bass-weighted sound which has become the recognized trademark of the crew's acclaimed NYC club night and performances around the world. The album spans a broad spectrum, from the dub-wise depths to dancefloor crushing bangers.

SS has carved a unique global footprint, leading with heavy ragga inflection, thick beats, wide basslines, and live organic instrumentation ranging from the drums and wind instruments of India to the marching horns of New Orleans. The album also showcases the signature vocal talents of Zulu (Ghislain Poirier, Kush Arora, DJ C), MC Coppa (Al Haca, Stereotyp), Napoleon Solo (Goonda, Ming & FS), and Sub Swara's own rising star Juakali (Pinch, Badawi, D1 and more). more info @WWW.Subswara.com


ESKMO-Brendan Angelides is a San Francisco based electronic music producer who records and performs live as Eskmo. His multi-genre compositions have been featured on influential labels like Warp Records and Planet Mu (most recently having been signed to the mighty Ninja Tune). While Angelides’ tracks encompass a wide range of electronic styles, he avoids classifications. Bleep.com described his tracks as “Masterfully produced… sophisticated, post-Dilla hip-hop funk“. His last single of 2009 entitled “Let Them Sing” on Mu was met with equal praise and described by sites like Boomkat as “[Putting] Eskmo on his own electronic plateau.”

In the past five years he’s released over a dozen singles and EPs while touring throughout North America and Europe. He’s also remixed works by diverse artists such as Bibio, Spor, STS9, Bear In Heaven and Bar9, to name a few. Angelides also runs the Ancestor label, which issued his “Hypercolor” and “Angus Dei” singles in 2009 to positive reviews from numerous magazines, blogs and tastemakers. Ninja Tune recording artist and film composer Amon Tobin hailed his work as “some of the best production I’ve heard in recent times.”

Angelides’ performance moniker was inspired by San Francisco experimental music icons The Residents’ 1979 album “Eskimo”. Drawn to the album’s character-based stories and shamanistic themes, he dropped the title’s middle “I” and launched his Eskmo project in 1999 in his home state Connecticut. Prior to that, in the mid-90s, he was introduced to renegade funk combo Primus and UK breakbeat techno wizards The Prodigy. The music virus soon took hold. He learned to play bass and formed bands while absorbing ‘90s electronic music from Aphex Twin, Frankie Bones, 187, Dieselboy, The Chemical Brothers and Moby among others.

Angelides initially made music to share with friends using a primitive Miracle instructional keyboard, a four-track recorder and a bass guitar. He used a Roland keyboard to record his first formal work, a CD titled “Machines on Task“, for a school graduation project. After high school, between 1999 and 2005, he wrote two full-length albums that he gave away at small shows. During this time he spent two years working on music in a secluded lakeside house in Connecticut. It was there that he also wrote gentler, melodic material released later under his other production alias, Welder.

Delving into conspiracy theories and moved by the 9/11 attacks, his music took a darker turn. However, by 2005 he grew tired of his remote outpost and emerged to explore new environments and sounds. “The [conspiracies] were separating me from people,” he says of that period. “I wanted [people] to be motivated to come together and make change, but it had the opposite effect. I realized that music could be a tool to bring people together.”

Following a month-long backpacking trip to the UK where he heard emerging electronic sounds at London club Fabric, he began composing and releasing breakbeat tracks on labels like Vertical Sound, Downbeat and Cyberfunk. During this period he began working with other styles, developing his genre-less approach, music that DJ Mag described as “twisted, funky…quite magnificent.”

In early 2006 he was invited to play in San Francisco. He fell in love with the area’s culture, art, music and landscape and relocated to the city soon after. He was immediately embraced by SF’s frenetic electronic producer and label community.

One track that caught on big in 2009 was the self-released “Hypercolor”. “I wanted to write a tune at 140 bpm,” he says of the beaming, colorful song. “I made [the beat] a triplet pattern and added some Tom Waits-y sounds to it. I wanted it to be a really big sounding track without it being an aggro tune.” The track was featured on the Mary Anne Hobbs‘ BBC Radio1 show and was presented by Bleep as one of the top 100 tracks of 2009 in their catalog.

Soon after his remix of Warp’s Bibio was featured in Pitchfork, he was asked by Flying Lotus to perform at the Brainfeeder Sessions in LA alongside Nosaj Thing. Angelides has since joined forces with Amon Tobin in a collaborative music project called “Eskamon” that highlights their love of field recoding and unique take on sound manipulation. His first single on Warp entitled “Lands and Bones” featuring Swan is set for an early 2010 release on a split single with good friend EPROM.

Although club and radio DJs readily spin his music, Angelides always performs his Eskmo and Welder work live. His innovative, emotive on-stage performances utilize Ableton Live software with various MIDI controllers to manipulate keyboard work, effects, warping and cueing.

Eskmo’s music is stimulating without being overbearing. His tracks offer a vibrant rush of sound and quiet nuances often in the same track. XLR8R describes his work as “science-fiction like..spine tingling stuff.” It’s music that is both exciting and transformative. “I want to bring that out for people, and whatever that might activate for them. If someone is in a transitional phase, going through life difficulties or in a raw space, I want to direct [that energy] to a [more] productive space.”

 

 

The Melting Pot playlist for 09/21/2010

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FARIDKASHMIRE
BASSNECTARWEST COAST LO-FI
BASEMENT FREAKSAND THATS NU FUNK
CARMEN RIZZOINDAGO
BALKAN BEAT BOXBALKUMBIA (THOMAS BLONDET REMIX)
SUBVERTSIZE MATTERS
DAVID STARFIRESHIMLA
KRADDY & BASSNECTARBELLY DANCER
OOH AHHMR ME WHO
MAUXUAMVIAVAI
TOSCACHOCOLATE ELVIS
THE FUNKY LOWLIVESINSIDE
NIGHTMARES ON WAXWHAT IM FEELING
K-OsAVIATOR (DJ WOOD REMIX)
GRINNY GRANNYTHE GOOD GIRL (A'S REMIX)
BASEMENT FREAKSGET OFF
KIETH MANSFIELDPARTY HOUSE POP
THIEVERY CORPORATIONLIBERATION FRONT
JOHN CAMERON4 O'CLOCK RUMOR
J-PODSLAPSTICK
DJ WOODBLOWS TO BLAME FT CHALI TUNA
PIMPSOUL & DJPDUCK SAUCE
GAUDIHOTEL CALEDONIA
NICKODEMUSCLEOPATRA IN NY (KARUAN '07)
TELEPATHJADHI (THOMAS BLONDET REMIX)
TOSCAROSA (RODNEY HUNTER REMIX)
THOMAS BLONDETHAVANA 2AM
BADBOEFUNK IN THE AIR(FK5 REMIX)
PHAELEHSELECTA

The Melting Pot playlist for 09/14/2010

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09/14/2010
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SIGNAL PATHFEEL WHAT YOU ARE
SIGNAL PATHMYSTERY OF THE YHETI
FREELANDDO YOU (AN-TEN-NAE REMIX)
M.I.A.ALL THAT I SEE (DAVID STARFIRE REMIX)
SIGNAL PATHBOYS AND GIRLS
SHAKATURAGALACTIVATION (MIMOSA REMIX)
SHENCAUSATION
OUTKASTAQUEMINI (INST)
BASSNECTARSKIN
SIGNAL PATHVERBAL YES
SIGNAL PATHPET HORSE
INTERVIEWWITHRYAN BURNETTESIGNAL PATH
SIGNAL PATHCREE
SIGNAL PATHROOM OF MONSTERS
SIGNAL PATHMATH MACHINE
SIGNALPATHDEEP FIELD
BASEMENT FREAKSSOMETHING FREAKY
JAY-Z VS VIBESQUADRUN THIS PORCUPINE
DON PEYOTERAINFOREST BAMBOOLA
CHROMEOYOU SO GANGSTA
FARIDSOUND CHAMPION
SEE - ITHE KING
J-PODPARTICLE PATH
DAVID STARFIRESHENAI WOBBLER
MR BENNPOLICE
GOVINDAPLUS LOIN
KRAYZFINGERSSEA THE WAY (GD VS MAGNUS)

The Melting Pot playlist for 09/07/2010

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09/07/2010
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GRAINTABLEBIRDBATH
GUTSSKUNKFUNK
TOSCABRIAN & EMILY
ANTENANOTHING TO LOSE (TC REMIX)
ZAP MAMA FT MICHAEL FRANTIBABA HOOKER
DZIHAN & KAMIENFORD TRANSIT
BOOZOO BAJOU & Joe Dukie & U-BrownTAKE IT SLOW
ONESELFBLUEBIRD (INST)
LES NUBIANSSWEETEST TABOO
AFRO MYSTICTRIVIA TERRORIST
BASEMENT FREAKSHERE COMES OUR DILLA

The Melting Pot playlist for 08/31/2010

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08/31/2010

 

Tune in Tonight!!! Tuesday 8/31/10  8-10pm(PST) for an extended edition of "THE MELTING POT" featuring 4 hours of International Eclectronica. Featuring Remixes, Refixes, Edits, Mashups, of your favorite artists whith those who are about to be. Im looking for input on tonights show and since there are 4 hours all the ingredients are out and i am open to suggestions. If youre a fan of the show your participation is needed. If you havent heard it before check www.kboo.fm/themeltingpot for playlists, bios on past featured artists, video links, and links to downloads from some of the globes hottest producers in International Eclectronica.

We will be featuring tastes of Downtempo, Future Funk, Jazz, Breakbeat, HipHop, Drum and Bass, Indigenous Riddims, Reggae, Global Bangers, Dubstep, Bhangra, African, Latin Beats,  Trip-hop, Psychedelic, House, Tribal, Dub, Roots Music... from thoughout the years and across continents. Bringing you the fresh International heat while focusing on local talent, and the roots of electronica. Please take a minute to leave a comment with your favorite genre, artist, label, or feeling that you want to hear more of and be and active member in this show community radio. Help decide the flavors of the brew...

And check out http://www.prettylightsmusic.com/#/downloads for a copy of the new
PRETTY LIGHTS album Spilling Over Every Side

Video Links...(past KBOO Performances)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeWXBDmTI5A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkvioIwji9o
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS-lG4w10-c

The Melting Pot playlist for 08/24/2010

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08/24/2010
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VINNIE THE SQUIDALL I EVER HAD
KIESER.VELTONSTORMY MONDAY (DUBLEX INC. REMIX)
SLY & ROBBIE10 TONS OF DUB (HEAVY HEAVY DUB)
DON PEYOTERAINFOREST BAMBOOLA
NINA SIMONEGO TO HELL (MOWO REMIX)
YARD BOY TENPLAY WITH FIRE (FUZZBOX EDIT)
RAE AND CHRISTIANDIVINE SOUNDS
HYDROPONIC SOUNDSYSTEMLAGOS MICHINGAN ('72)
SILENTAGURUII
RHYTHMICONWHERE RED MEETS BLUE
MO HORIZONSMORNING BAY
GOVINDASOMETHINGS
KOIANDROP IT (DAVID STARFIRE REMIX)
BLACKGRASSFINEST THING
STEVIE WONDERBOOGIE ON REGGAE WOMAN (J-POD EDIT)
BXP SOUNDSISTEMABALKAN TRAIN
WATCH TV & THE PRIMETIMESVOODOO ROYALE
BASEMENT FREAKSNU HOBO ON THE BLOCK
MAUXUAMEXTENDED BODY
EAT STATICLO-RIDE SLOUCHER
GHETTO SEXUALCAPOERIA
PUFF DRAGONSYPATHETIC RESONANCE
BEATS ANTIQUETHERE YA GO (FEAT JOHN POPPER)
RAPSCALLIONBOOMSTER
CHRIS SIAOM CHANDRA 2010
BEATS ANTIQUESPIDERBITE
MIX & BLENDI GOT... (BEATS ANTIQUE REMIX)
GAUDI & GREG HUNTERCA$HMERE
MIRAJATEARS FOR MONKS
FAT FREDDYS DROPTHE RAFT (JET JAGUAR REMIX)
BEATS ANTIQUEMISS LEVINE
OMEGAWESTERN EYES (OMEGA REFIX)
DELHI 2 DUBLINNIGHTSTEP (STEVEN MEKS REMIX)
NAS & DAMIAN MARLEYPATIENCE

 

Tune in Tuesdays from 8-10 pm @​KBOO.​​FM/listen or 90.​​7fm in
Portl​and. "The Melti​ng Pot fuses​ Eleme​nts of Elect​ronic​a with Samples, Instrument​s and Vocal​s from around the Globe.​​ It showc​ases Djs, Produ​cers,​​ and Artis​ts from aroun​d the globe​ with a featu​red artis​t every​ week."​

From Funk Bombs to Global Bangers, to International Chill we blend a fresh concoction every week at temperatures from 65-135 bpms

Past Featured artists include J-boogie, Shen, Beats Antique, Bluetech, Nightmares On Wax, Govinda, SubSwara, Pretty Lights, Mochipet, Dj Vadim, Zap Mama, Wax Tailor, Balkan Beat Box, Vibesquad, David Starfire, Graintable, Signal Path, Danny Corn, Rena Jones, Random Rab, Nalepa, Eliot Lipp, Blockhead, Emancipator & more

Join us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000739391115

Soundcloud (Audio Clips) past Featured Artists http://soundcloud.com/themeltingpot-kboo-fm

VIDEO LINKS: past live performances...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkvioIwji9o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeWXBDmTI5A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS-lG4w10-c

 

The Melting Pot playlist for 08/17/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
The Melting Pot
Air date: 
08/17/2010
ArtistTitleAlbum
CRUNK IN PUBLICVASKI VS SUBLIME - SUMMERTIME
GRAINTABLEBIRDBATH
ZION IELEVATION
JAWABA A SHIKWAYOU ARE THE LIGHT
OOH AHHTHE SEEDLING ESCAPE
DZIHAN & KAMIENFORD TRANSIT
BASSNECTARTELEPORT MASSIVE
SHAKATURAGLACTIVATION (MIMOSA MIX)
ILL GATESIRMA VEP
SPEARHEADFROM THE BASS (BASSNECTAR REMIX)
ZION IINNER LIGHT
THUNDERBALLSELECTOR
BREAK BEAT BUDDAHENDURANCE
AN-TEN-NAEDESTROY THE SYSTEM
DJ LOGICSIMMER SLOW
DJ DREZNYA SKY
ACEYALONETHE GUIDELINES
MASSIVE ATTACKBE THANKFUL
ZION IGO HARD
HALO REFUSERLUMBERING (AUDITORY SCULPTURE REMIX)
PRETTY LIGHTSTOTAL FASCINATION
AMP LIVEMAD MAN
AMPLIVEINTERVIEW
BASEMENT FREAKSSURE SHOT
THE HERBALISER FT WHAT WHATTHE BLEND
50 CENT (INST)JUST A LIL BIT (INSTRUMENTAL)
CUTTY RANKSLIMB BY LIMB (S-MAN REMIX)

     THE MELTING POT 8/17/10 Featured Artist - ZION I - Tune in tonight 8-10pm(PST) for an exclusive interview with AMP LIVE from Zion I - on Dr.J's "THE MELTING POT" 90.7fm in Portland Or, Online @www.KBOO.fm/listen

Zion I is a hip hop duo from Oakland, California. The duo consists of producer (& DJ), Amplive, and Mc Zumbi. The group is known to its followers for Amp’s futuristic production techniques, using a mix of live instrumentation and samples, and Zumbi’s positive and socially conscious lyrics. Zion I debuted in 1997 with the locally distributed cassette-only EP Enter the Woods. Their first single on Indie label Ground Control Records (“Inner Light”) paved the way for an album deal and in 2000, they released the critically acclaimed Mind Over Matter. In total, they have released six studio albums, 2000’s Mind Over Matter, 2003’s Deep Water Slang V2.0, 2005’s True & Livin’, 2006’s Break a Dawn (a Japan exclusive), also in 2006 a collaborative album with The Grouch, Heroes in the City of Dope, and 2009’s The Take Over.

Ten years after the release of their debut single, Oakland hip-hop duo Zion I return with The Takeover, a filler-free new mix of jabs, roundhouses and uppercuts that continue their streak as one of hip-hop’s most diverse groups. 

For Takeover, which features guest spots by Houston legend Devin the Dude, UK emcee Ty and Rhymesayers’ Brother Ali, producer AmpLive and emcee Zumbi incorporate the best parts of their live show—perfected through nonstop touring—and bring that vibe to the studio. 

“Zion I has a reputation of being very spiritual and serious,” notes Zumbi. “I think The Takeover is a lot more fun than our past records. We still touch on serious subject matter, but this album shows the other sides of our personality.”

Over the course of five LPs and numerous EPs and mixtapes, the group has proven to be a welcome enigma in hip-hop. Lyrically, Zumbi runs the gamut on a range of issues both serious and frivolous, discussing problems and pleasures both spiritual and worldly. Throughout, his fanbase keeps coming back for his smooth delivery and ability to raise issues without sounding didactic. Musically, Amp draws from both the usual (funk, soul) and esoteric (house, drum n bass) to create soundscapes that work as well on an electronic music mixtape as it does hip-hop. An accomplished remixer as well, Amp has remixed everyone from Linkin Park to MGMT, and most recently released Rainydayz Remixes based on Radiohead’s In Rainbows. Every production and remix, though, always brings it back to his main job in Zion I. “I started using way more effects on this album,” says Amp. “So I was able to bring in more elements that I’ve been using for some of the dance and indie rock stuff.”

Despite living a few miles from each other, technology facilitated the making of Takeover, as the duo would e-mail verses and beats back and forth, with each member continually making notes and suggestions on both parts of the song. This fully collaborative effort ensured that both Amp and Zumbi would have a say in the final product during the entire production process. “Our songs go through many different styles and iterations,” admits Amp. ““Caged Bird,” for example went from an Electro R&B joint to a drum n bass track to its current version [as a soul-inflected, string-laden beat].”

While the final work is still Zumbi and Amplive, the two are quick to point out how their writing process has changed this time out.  “We have an inner core of people who we let listen to the album in different stages and got feedback on what they liked,” says Zumbi. “On other albums, it was generally us just making whatever we wanted and then they’d just say what songs they like. Our skin is thick enough and we’re honest enough with ourselves that we can take criticism.” 

This new method of recording was essential to the finished product, but the group always has a definite idea in mind, looking at their tracks as fans as much as musicians. “We try to make music that falls into a crack and fills a void for us as fans of music,” says Zumbi. “We discuss what we want the album to feel like and then we just let the unconsciousness take over and let things go. We just allow that process to take on its own life.”

From the electro-rap homage “DJ DJ” to the spacey futuristic synths of “Antenna,” The Takeover encapsulates the diversity and versatility that have made Zion I Bay Area stalwarts for over a decade. As with any Zion I album, there’ll never be any compromise away from deep thought, but as anyone who’s seen the pair live knows, that means nothing if the crowd ain’t entertained.  

One listen to the album, and you’ll know The Takeover may be the most appropriate title of the year.

http://www.zionicrew.com/

 

The Melting Pot playlist for 08/03/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
The Melting Pot
Air date: 
08/03/2010
ArtistTitle
pulpfusionstop and shake
thjievery corporationmandala (panthaan remix)

The Melting Pot playlist for 07/27/2010

Program name: 
The Melting Pot
Air date: 
07/27/2010
ArtistTitle
BXP SOUNDSISTEMABALKAN TRAIN
J-PODSAMBANGA
THE ROOTSELLERSSNAKEBITE

Greetings, its been a while since the last update. Come celebrate the
Hawthorne Bridge's 100th birthday party the MORsound event happening
under the Hawthorne bridge this Saturday. KBOO will be broadcasting
the event from 4-9pm this Sat. Tonights show will feature new tracks
from Random Rab, Nanda, BxP Soundsistema and more. Tune in around 8:30
for a preview of Morsound and the PDX Bridgefest Preview.


MORSound: Free Concert – July 31st
concept sketch for the Morrison Bridge Concert by Gabe Shaughnessy

A full day of Music On the River, Saturday July 31st! PDX Bridge
Festival, in conjunction with the Hawthorne Bridge Centennial Project
and our sponsors, present an historic, outdoor free concert and
performance featuring Portland’s best musical and performance acts.
Join us on the Eastside of the Hawthorne Bridge at Water and Salmon
Streets for MORSound. Activities—besides five hours of stellar music
on three stages—include street performance, live art, food and
beverage vendors, local shops, art installations, info booths, and a
kids’ activities area. Plus, don’t miss a special two-hour media and
music spectacular on the Hawthorne Bridge! This event has something

for everyone…

BRIDGING CULTURES – 4-9pm

A sampling of Portland’s diverse communities, MC’d by Tres Shannon of
Voodoo Doughnuts.  This afternoon, open-air concert includes: Music by
Sneakin’ Out, MarchFourth Marching Band, Venerable Showers of Beauty
Gamelan, Tapwater, and more To Be Announced! Kids’ Pavilion with Sound
Roots School of Music, the Right Brain Initiative, Portland Paper
City, and Battle of the Band Camp. Sustainability and Ambiance by
Friends of Trees, Bamboo Temples and Todji Kurtzman. Food by some of
Portland’s great vendors. Beer & Wine Garden by Lagunitas Brewing
Company and Barefoot Wine & Bubbly.

(60ft GEO DOME) Main stage:

NIAYH
Chervona
Philly's Phunkestra
SNEAKIN OUT
MARCHFOURTH marching band
PARADE ONTO THE HAWTHORNE BRIDGE!
Buoy LaRue
Vokab Kompany
WANDERLUST CIRCUS
SWEET SNACKS
SIDECAR TOMMY (beats antique)


Solar Stage:

Manimalhouse
Boka Marimba
VENERABLE SHOWERS OF BEAUTY GAMELAN
Dusu Mali Band
Nuestro + Medicine for the People
Reggie Houston
Reva Devito
Manhandel
Trio Subtonic

 

All Ages/Free (suggested $5 donation)

THE HAWTHORNE BRIDGE CENTENNIAL PARTY – 9 – 11pm

Be sure to stick around for the crescendo of the event at 9:30pm with
the “Lift 100” Hawthorne Bridge Centennial Party. Join us on the
nation’s oldest working vertical lift bridge as we celebrate its
centennial in style with an enormous interactive media display on the
lift span of the Hawthorne Bridge with music by some of your favorite
Portland bands. Music by MarchFourth Marching Band, Solovox, DJ
GlobalRuckus all on the Mobile Groove Bomb.

 

On the Hawthorne Bridge!

AND DON’T FORGET THE AFTERPARTY…..! – 11pm – 3am

Come down off the Hawthorne Bridge and keep the party going late into the night with the MORSound Afterparty. Music by Sweet Snacks, Sidecar Tommy (of Beats Antique), Vokab Kompany….and more! And don’t miss the Midnight Performance with Wanderlust Circus!

All Ages/$10

LISTEN LIFE ON KBOO 90.7 FM, OR AT KBOO.FM/LISTEN – all day broadcast of the event!

The Melting Pot playlist for 07/20/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
The Melting Pot
Air date: 
07/20/2010

 

Program: 
The Melting Pot
Air date: 
Tue, 07/20/2010 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Short Description: 
FEATURED ARTIST ~ BLOCKHEAD: Interview, Live Mix, & More

Blockhead grew up in downtown New York City. The son of an artist, early on he found his passion was for music. A fan of a whole range of sounds, especially hip-hop, Blockhead steadily built a tremendous collection of tapes and later CDs from innumerable artists. After a brief stint as a rapper, he realized his calling was behind the boards and not on the mic, and from there he began to produce beats.

Since making that decision, he's been kept pretty busy. Blockhead produced 9 tracks on Aesop Rock's critically acclaimed album Labor Days. Additionally he produced half the tracks on Aesop's follow up EP, Daylight. Blockhead has also been working with other indie giants such as Slug of Atmosphere, Murs, Mike Ladd and SA Smash. He also found time to complete a break beat album entitled Blockhead's Broke Beats, with 10 hard hitting instrumental tracks, which was released on Mush Records, the US home of cLOUDDEAD. And just to prove that he ain't all about art-rap, Blockhead produced 2 tracks on the newly crowned Skribble Jam Battle Champ, MacLethal's full-length album. Oh, and the guy does comedy, too. He's a member of the Party Fun Action Committee who's hip-hop/comedy debut album was recently released on the legendary Def Jux. And what was the other thing? Oh yeah, exquisite, emotional instrumental hip hop on the one and only Ninja Tune…

ninjatune.net/blockhead
myspace.com/theblockishot

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhheiPTdZCw

PHOTOSYNTHESIS MUSIC FESTIVAL 3.0 - July 23-25 - Randall Washington

http://dancefever5000.wordpress.com/2010/05/16/heads-up-photosynthesis-f...

Comments

September 22nd

 Any chance we could get the playlist for September 22nd? I've been trying to track down this one song, I'm a Warrior or something, and I'd love to know who its by!

Keep it up. 

Warrior Princess???

Its a track called Indago by Carmen Rizzo featuring Ladybug Mecca (digable planets) from The Lost Art of the Idle Moment. Thanks for listening. Tune in Tues 8-10 for Wax Tailor special.

 mmm dr. j...glad to hear you

 mmm dr. j...glad to hear you still playing the love. I've been a fan for years. A Touch of Portland, huh?

Love Your Show

Your show is the highlight of my week!   I Love It!!    Magic made live! 

I would love to get ahold of any of your past cd's

                                                              Leif  the  Laughing

8/18/2009

Man, all I can say is WOW!

Sweeeeeeeet......

Thanks for the grooves, it reminds me of the desert and dancing under the moon. My daughter and her mom and I danced tonight and ate cherry pie, dig it.

Peace

Nice mix tonight

Hey Dr. J, its Doug E fresh here. Lovin the mix tonight, helps time FLY by in the shop. keep it up!

to show our support, "thank you DJ"

lenalingard@excite.com
Dearest Dr. J,
Thank you so much for this show every week. I make it a point to be somewhere that I can dance on tuesday evenings just for this show. I absolutely love it. I look forward to it each week. It is food for the dancer's soul.
L.A.

Chill Beats

Man, love the show. I would like some more downtempo like K&D Sessions. Peace. Jerry

message for you 5-19

really enjoy your show, glad its every week. i like to dance around on a weekday before bed. the sade/k+d mix was beautiful. have a wonderful evening!

melting pot..

melting pot is one of the reasons i love kboo.. long live community radio.

Amma begins her Summer Tour 2009 in Seattle May 28

Aum Namah Sivaya Dr. J,

I have some beautiful world music written for Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (Amma) which I could copy and send for you to play on your show. I would also like to attach information about her NW Tour free public programs and spiritual retreat. Just give me an email address and I'll send it your way.

Peace and Love,
~ Amar

Please get a hold of me

Please get a hold of me @myspace/djtaotones I am very interested

Dr. J ROCKS K-BOO!!!

You are the best thing about the musical boo for us! So consistently amazing! Thank you! We will pledge when you are drivin' it!

I'm the belly dancer who knows lots of other belly dancers. Let me know what you are looking for for "Touch of Portland."

Keep up the amazing work. And THANK YOU!!!!!!

Derya & Eric

A TOUCH OF PORTLAND

Thanks so much for your interest in the show and event. Heres how you can get involved:

Myspace/atouchofportland .

KBOO SUMMER SOSTICE CELEBRATION 09 FEaturing the healing energy of organic nourishment, Sonic soundscapes, and Theraputic touch.

Outdoor gathering in Salem

Hey J,
I'm hoping to get more info on the gathering outside of Salem. I've been before, but didn't know it was still going on. Where can I get more info? Thanks,
-A

Its called EMRG-N-SEE July

Its called EMRG-N-SEE July 17, 18, 19, 20. Just outside of Salem

listening

Listening in My friend. Loving it!

big up! nice show :D

big up! nice show :D

tiu's-day

thanks for being there dr j. you are the best thing to happen to portland radio in many moons. this is the stuff from which my dreams are made. thanks for making tuesdays so anticipated and enjoyable. i never did get the music you left for me. if the cd(s) are still hanging round, let me know. i will make a time to find a way to drop by the studio when you are there.

Whats up?

Dr. J,
Hey, met you at the home on the hill where Leo stays. We had a great time and played your mixes for our brunch party on Sunday. Thanks again.
Blow up my facebook if you want to.
"Sean Hankins" in Eugene

Craig Burk

It's Craig. I used to host a Sunday evening show and we met one time at the studio.I am interested in how you layer the sounds. I found some of the CDs on your 2/10 playlist on Amazon but now have to assume you were layering tracks. Curious about your playlist. On 2/10, I tuned in at about 9:30 and was very impressed despite my hither-to strong reservations about much electronica. You created a really a nice mix that was not dragged down by a too-obvious 4/4 beat. (I can't handle too much 4/4 on floor.) Will send my email address to you via your name since KBOO may not be OK with my posting it here.

Where is the playlist for 2/10/09

Where is your playlist for tonight. The last 30 minutes or so were pretty good and countered my belief that the beat stuff can be pretty much "you get the point after about two minutes."

GSAF Music

You have been *totally* killing it for the last twenty minutes. Thank you for the music.

Kick ass Beats J

Lovin your show!!!! Thanks for being a voice for our community!!! Peace, Tluv

Melting Pot

Big ups from Nor Cal Tomato
Keep it bumpin'

Dynamic beats

I wanted to say I think you've got some pretty stellar jams being mixed and dropped on your show. I really enjoy when you blend different ethnic genre's, especially when the sitar is involved. Great stuff! Keep it coming.

killin it!

HEY MANG! this is caller 1. just got home and was hopin to snag a cd. kevron@gmail.com name is kevin.

Cd

I want a CD.
I think you know my contact info.
peace,
Mandolin

The Melting Pot

I'm still listening. Still loving it!
Namaste,
Mandolin

Great Show!

Hey Dr. J~
Great show, great flow! So good to hear fresh sounds coming from this station.
Your show is a very welcome change. Keep up the good work!
~cb

amazing

That music you were playing just before 8 pm was amazing! I'd like to know more about this artist.

Lovin the vibes

Hola. Hope your night is going beautifully. I sat down to watch Reefer Madness for the first time tonight, but I couldn't turn off your show! So....I watched the movie to your show rather con diálogo. Now it will keep me company as I further explore the odd sounds of an unidentified critter behind the dryer.

The Melting Pot

Thanx for the kind words. If you leave me contact info i can leave a cd in my box. Tune in next week 7-9pm 90.7 fm KBOO. Namaste ................ Dr. J

yea

this is the shizz
keep on keepin
-peace

The Melting Pot

Thanx for the kind words. If you leave me contact info i can leave a cd in my box. Tune in next week 7-9pm 90.7 fm KBOO. Namaste ................ Dr. J

Rock it...

This is some seriously good musique. Thank you for this new addition to KBOO!

The Melting Pot

Thanx for the kind words. If you leave me contact info i can leave a cd in my box. Tune in next week 7-9pm 90.7 fm KBOO. Namaste ................ Dr. J

loving the show!

full moon and the melting pot. very nice vibe. thank you.

terresa

The Melting Pot

Thanx for the kind words. If you leave me contact info i can leave a cd in my box. Tune in next week 7-9pm 90.7 fm KBOO. Namaste ................ Dr. J

This show is kickin bro keep

This show is kickin bro keep it up. I'm diggin the vibes

The Melting Pot

Thanx for the kind words. If you leave me contact info i can leave a cd in my box. Tune in next week 7-9pm 90.7 fm KBOO. Namaste ................ Dr. J

Epic beats on this show!!!

yo keep it cranking!!! this show is the bee's knees

is this a weekly show?
when is the next show?

respect,
squirrle master

The Melting Pot

Yes its a brand new show kicking off right now. Well be doing this every week fro 7-9pm. Thanx for your support. Dr.J

The Melting Pot

Love it!!! Do your thing. I'll be listening.
You know me,
Mandolin Wind

tonight's show

Thank you for an excellent show.  Would love a copy of tonight's experience.  Sangreal_Brewing@hotmail.com

 

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