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Our thoughts go out to Puerto Rico during this difficult time.

Harvest Tunes

Harvesting new tunes from around the world and the nation, all to be explored via this edition of In the Hopper. Enjoy a trip to the past century with Skylab's 1999 album, re-released on Tummy Touch; Chemical Brothers's 8th album; sonic adventures with Submotion Orchestra; global grooves from DJ Khalab & Baba Sissoko, Mbongwana Star of Kinshasa, Gyasi Ross of the true citizens of this US nation and Gecko Turner by way of Spain. Get a taste of the new generation of jazz/soul artists blurring genre’s on the Supreme Sonacy project via Revive & Blue Note. Plus the some jams from Nylon Trax, featuring Blames Brown and a sampling of the stupendous Mark de Clive Lowe’s Church Remixed album featuring Atjazz. Headphones are recommended for the optimum audio escape.


In the Hopper


Gems from independent artists, record labels and producers! Jeannie Hopper has a long-standing herstory of giving artists a chance to be heard. In her DJ sets and on WBAI's Liquid Sound Lounge, she regularly puts together playlists of under-represented and emerging artists so her loyal following can just sit back and avoid the high-intensity shuffle of sorting through all the beautiful and overwhelming things the Information Age has to offer. Now she brings some of that good stuff to Clocktower Radio (formerly Art International Radio, or, AIR).