Tag Archives: music

There’s something about 2023 that makes sense to The Artist D & Attasalina. The drunken revenge quest continues as our hosts analyze how things oddly fit in this New Year of the Rabbit. Lucky number 7. Learn more about the … Continue reading

On the July 14 show (LIVE at 9 p.m. Eastern; Fridays: 2-4 a.m. UK). Our host reviews a critics poll – What are the 20 best musical instrumentals ever recorded? It’s a critique within a critique with all of the … Continue reading

On the Dec. 2 show (LIVE at 9 p.m. Eastern) A panel of readers and writers discuss the current shakeup concerning books being challenged and banned from school curriculum. Many of these books are classics, having passed the test of … Continue reading

The Artist D & Ann Marie are having a cup of Chemex coffee this week as they discuss the core of a human problem. Find out what’s at the heart of all issues as people complain about Lil Nas X’s … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, Jan. 14 at 9 p.m. Eastern. Song lyrics—poetry or pulp? WTF do any of them mean in message or melody? Popular songs are filleted of their melodies and taken literally, a pop-culture surgery that will forever make you … Continue reading

A mouthy housewife and an artist walk into a coffee house to talk about Cardi B’s WAP and all the sex songs that came before it. Our hosts reflect upon Republican and Conservative values, the DNC vs. RNC, polyamorous relationships, … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, April 16, LIVE at 9 p.m. — The Ed Palermo Big Band is an ensemble performing since the late ‘70s. The group plays compositions and arrangements by New Jersey-born saxophonist Ed Palermo (pictured). Ed shares musician-lifestyle tales with … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, June 20 at 9 p.m. — LIVE. Electronic music, digital production, instrument sampling, mastering the beat, zero-and-ones byte to the bar, synthetic reality, keyboard strings – The Coconut Monkey Rocket, Martinibomb and more. Tune in, it’s free. Follow … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, June 21 at 9 p.m. Our host talks live with Shelly Cohen, author of From Brooklyn to Burbank . Mr. Cohen went west to gain success in television production in Hollywood, including many years as a music director … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, March 29 at 9 p.m. Forget about the Illuminati, a recent discovery reveals that Classical Music composers from the classical music glory days were sending messages through the notes of their music. Explore the genius of music cryptography … Continue reading