Sat night from 11pm-midnight Free Lab Radio. We look at fringe dance genres, what’s out there?
This episode: Electronic and unmitigatedly wild saxophone sounds both imitating that great ear-splitter of the jungle: the monkey, with gloriously smooth sitar sounds at the plateau. Broadcast live from Resonance 104.4FM studios November 2010.
Saturday nights from 11pm-midnight we sample different and invigorating dance genres. This week’s Free Lab Radio takes a look at the sub-genre of Moombah and some of its derivatives especially Moombahton a blend of Moombah and reggaeton.
More eclecticism from Free Lab Radio. With tracks like ‘Leave House’, ‘Hot Raw’, and ‘I Need Dollar’, we swing from Detroit to psychedelic prog rock in the musical affirmation that ‘everything has to pass‘. This is the first hour of the Free Lab Radio show produced and presented by Fari B, broadcast on October 23rd 2010 on art-music radio station Resonance 104.4fm
The first half of Free Lab Radio, July 26th 2011 a mid-summer’s Saturday night in the studio. Tracks that lead us to gently dance off the heat at varying paces. Tracks like ‘Naturally Stoned’, ‘Call Me Hung Up’, ‘You’re My Kind of Climate’ and ‘Holiday in Congo’ an even one by the queen of lusty lament: Janis Joplin. Have a listen…