Frequency Theory (Music)
Frequency Theory is a show about musical intersections – where jazz meets hip hop, punk and funk converge, turntablism overlaps with soul, folk shares a spliff with its psychedelic brethren, and industrial hits the disco dancefloor. The nature of all culture, including music, is characterized by a constant melding and morphing of two into one, and that into another. There is no “pure” – every form and every artifact is a bastard child of bastard parents, a DNA that can only be traced until it cannot. Remix, fusion, mutation and synthesis. Every week at the midway point, the segment “Discover This Cover” explores radical reinterpretations of music you thought you knew
Thu May 17th 2018 8.00pm–10.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: eastern
Rob Paravonian “Do I Belong in Brooklyn Anymore?”
composed by Rob Paravonian
Stereolab “Op Hop Detonation”
from Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage In the Milky Night (Duophonic)
Mavis Staples “Slippery People” Single
Louis Armstrong “What a Wonderful World” (1967)
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