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  Tonight on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) features CRi, Montreal based producer and DJ. We had a chance to listen to his new EP “Tell Her” and chat all about his newest musical project! Stream or download the Podcast here at KPSU, Soundcloud, or Mixcloud! Canadian electronic music producer CRi is quickly […]

That’s styled: 1u57 4 1if3 * homeboys and grrls Behold the Magic Lantern’s revelations: culture jamming, weasel squelching, flyswatting godless anarchy. Round about zero time, the statues climb off their pedestal. The last thing a politician will ever do is act in your interest. Don’t take the advice of a strung-out rock star– success walks […]

Tonight on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) we are featuring Rick Sharma of Calgary Canada, progressive deep house DJ. Download or stream the podcast at KPSU, Mixcloud, or Soundcloud! Rick Sharma has deep roots in dance and music from his time growing up in India. Once he came to Canada for his university years […]

All I can think about is the mad genius of Christian Vander and Magma. Specifically every chord and riff being played off the beat, “up in the air”. Television did it too, but much more conventionally switching between on-beat and off. Therefore, Television were a progressive rock band. Q.E.D. Let’s get physical, sex vampire, little […]

The Magic Lantern shines in all its prismatic glory this week. Love is all around, indeed. From the hardcore punk perspective, the New Romantic movement is the beginning of the end. Some see beauty in sad poetry; perhaps you do, too. Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern is not for everyone. Discontinue use and consult your doctor […]

Repetition is a form of change, according to the Oblique Strategies. This show changes a lot, then. Had to phone it in due to external factors, almost didn’t do the show this week. What’s more, it was a comedy of errors. What you hear in this podcast is actually a Frankenstein’s monster edit in which […]

Embrace what some call the darkness. Dark harmony, man in the dark sedan, dark life. But this is actually the penumbra, the twilight zone. Total darkness isn’t that interesting unless you’re in a tactile dome. Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern is not for everyone. Discontinue use and consult your doctor or witch doctor if you experience fatigue, nausea, or ennui.

The takeaway from this week’s Magic Lantern program: everything is extraordinary. And it’s an eclectic form of extraordinary, embracing second-wave skiffle, Dixieland, Krautrock, sci-fi, and, of course, satirical covers of pop standards. If there were a theme to this program, it would be sound poetry. Hugo Ball and Kurt Schwitters prefigured the Mysterious N. Senada’s […]

Season 2 of Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern begins with a journey into unknown musical territory. Magma is a French band that somehow defined its own genre: at the intersection of progressive rock, jazz, choral, opera, and plain old madness lies a music called Zuehl. Don’t ask me to explain it, nor the invented language of Kobaia, […]

** SKIP TO 5M FOR AUDIO ** “Here Be Dragons” is one of the craziest albums I’ve ever listened to. The ambience and instrumentation of the Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble is unlike any other group I’ve encountered. The album has an intensity that can only be described as black flame; it is . The percussion is […]


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