Dr. J hosts Paulas Picks for a night of Remixes, Mashups, Covers and Various forms of Funky Stuff. Think... Prince vs Daft Punk, The Cure Vs Bob Marley, Big Daddy Kane vs Sugarhill, + New Bangers from across the globe...
Comprised of the musical talents of Matt Madonna and Ryan Anderson, Love and Light hails from the high desert region of the Reno/Tahoe Basin. Creating music that touches their hearts and elevates their souls, the duo's goal is the uplifting of people across the world through melodic synth lines, complex chord structure, intricate rhythms, and funky, chunky bass lines. Though having a strong focus on midtempo bass music, their span of producing talents are limitless, crossing into the realms of melodic dubstep as well as half-time drum and bass and four-on-the-floor bangers. Whether it is sweaty club, a beautiful outdoor festival setting or enjoying a night at home in the lab, Love and Light music moves humans in a vibrant and deeply conscious way.
"The lyrical style is acrobatic and joyfully disjointed—think Aesop Rock meets Busta Rhymes—while the subject matter owes far more to the post-apocalyptic claustrophobia found on Funcrusher Plus than to the more ubiquitous ride-or-die ethos of The Chronic. In cinematic terms, it eschews the tragic braggadocio of Scarface for a universe that is decidedly Blade Runner in its subterranean futurism." - Ryan Feigh (Portland Mercury) http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/hive-mind/Content?oid=3300085
"It’s psychedelic rap, and in tandem with a pair of earbuds and Gavin Theory’s woozy, drum-’n’-bass-inspired beats, there’s enough here to trip you the fuck out." - Casey Jarman (Willamette Week)
In response to the recent Japanese earthquake, tsunami, and ongoing fears of nuclear contamination, the 'A Different Nature' collective will celebrate Japan's richly creative musical culture. Join us in solidarity with the people of Japan for a five-hour special featuring new and experimental Japanese music, including electronic, improvisational, and modern Japanese classical music. Tune in this coming Monday, March 28, 2011 from 7 pm until midnight for five hours of new music from Japan.