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Jim Davidson caught up with Rick Sparks of the Northern Nevada Bluegrass Association on the latest episode of Roots Junction. The Northern Nevada Bluegrass Association is dedicated to promoting and preserving bluegrass, old-time, traditional, and related folk music – acoustic music from a common American heritage – in the Northern Nevada area.
On this episode of Soft Power Radio, we have a fun conversation with Daniel Ryan Morse about his recently published book, Radio Empire: the BBC’s Eastern Service and the Emergence of the Global Anglophone Novel. Dan – UNR professor, guitar shredder, and home-recordist maverick – has written an engaging and in-depth study of a kind of mystical moment in the 20th century when a diverse group of anti-establishment, avant-garde writers was brought together as a pro-imperial propaganda project of the BBC.
Get to know DJ Atey Ate of Colloquial Sounds and his unpredictable show that gives him the opportunity to put a microscope on underground subcultures, genres, regions, and other niche topics.
Brennan has been highlighting the journey of Punk through the decades on Most Punk/Least Punk. Start at the roots of punk in an earlier episode, and travel with Brennan through the decades into the present. Learn about punk, punk-adjacent music, its origins and...
In this episode Kailey and Lily talk to Terry Williams born in Oakland raised in the Los Angeles area Terry has experienced the negative effects of the system his entire life. Listen in as we take a peek into the life of someone whose story is forever stained by choices he had to make for survival.
This month on The People's Mic, Griffin talks with local activist Katie Colling about food justice, community gardens, and how to get involved in our community!
Mass Liberation Radio: Jerry Castro-Cayetano on the Latin American & the Caribbean Communities in Nevada
Kailey and Lily speak with Jerry Castro-Cayetano about his robust history in labor and organizing as well as the presence of communities from Latin America and the Caribbean in Nevada.
Orlando of Sana Sana Radio speaks with 3 strong voices from the Environmental justice movement. Beverly Harry a Land and water defender and Woman's Rights activist and Community Organizer. Autumn Harry an Ecological Activist, Organizer, Student, and Artist. And Ian...
Join Francesca and Berto for a very special episode of Fruitbasket. Listen as they highlight their favorite releases of 2020, featuring Hannah Diamond, Jenevieve, Thundercat, Smino & Guapdad 4000, The Galleria, Dj Poolboi, and more.
On this episode of Soft Power Radio we are in conversation with Dr. Kate Shaw about extremism, white supremacy, and accountability. Dr. Shaw is a genocide scholar and forensic neuropsychologist.