Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Clean Your Desktop

Clean Your Desktop. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 16, 2017. View the completely cluttered playlist for 10-16-17 (CLICK HERE)

Wolf Parade, Paperhaus, TWIABP, Citizen, Brixton Riot

Clean your Virtual Desktop Day was first created by the good people at PCMuseum.ca, to encourage people to sort out their desktops and return it to that pristine vision they received when they first booted up their computer. An orderly desktop has been said to be the sign of an orderly mind, someone who has their work together, and knows what their tool is for and how to use it.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Curious Events

Curious Events. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 9, 2017. View the completely baffling playlist for 10-09-17 (CLICK HERE)

Beck, Alvvays, EERA, Chelsea Wolfe, Zola Jesus

Life is full of curious events - big and small. Like for example, where do all those socks disappear to after doing laundry, or why do people open their mouths when applying mascara? Some mysteries have occupied curious and adventurous minds around the world. These include: Who made the stonehenge and for what purpose? Does Bigfoot exist and can ghosts communicate with humans? And then there are the bigger, more philosophical mysteries of life - like what happens when we die or what is what is beyond the edge of the universe?

Tuesday, October 3, 2017


Unity. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 2, 2017. View the completely together playlist for 10-02-17 (CLICK HERE)

James Heather, Luna, Balmorhea, Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor

In Aristotle's Poetics, each of the three dramatic principles requiring limitation of the supposed time of a drama to that occupied in acting it or to a single day ( unity of time ), use of one scene throughout ( unity of place ), and concentration on the development of a single plot ( unity of action ).

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Fool Me Twice

Fool Me Twice. The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 25, 2017. View the completely honest playlist for 9-25-17 (CLICK HERE)

Alvvays, POBPAH, Shout Out Louds, Cut Copy, The Clientele

"There's an old saying in Tennessee I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee--that says, fool me once, shame on--shame on you. Fool me-- you can't get fooled again."
President George W. Bush, Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 17, 2002

Tuesday, September 19, 2017


Respect. The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 18, 2017. View the completely honorable playlist for 9-18-17 (CLICK HERE)

The DreamSyndicate, *repeat repeat, Death From Above, Wilding, Mister Heavenly

Taking part each September, Respect Day has been created to encourage people to focus more on ways in which they can be respectful to others.  For many the day involves being more attentive to loved ones, but it can really be used as a catalyst for treating any people with a more polite approach.  There are no rules surrounding ways in which you could celebrate this year, it’s really down to you. You could take your wife or husband out for a romantic meal, you could visit an elderly relative or you could endeavour to be more encouraging to others.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

I'm On Top Of It

I'm On Top Of It. The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 11, 2017. View the completely implausible playlist for 9-11-17 (CLICK HERE)

Grizzly Bear , Hercules & Love Affair, LCD Soundsystem, Mogwai, Beck

We are constantly juggling a menu of responsibilities: home, school, kids, meals, work, community and more. We know this because we see it piling up on their calendars, shopping lists and to do lists every day. With life this hectic, it’s impossible to stay on top of everything all the time, but it IS possible to get the mission-critical stuff under control. I’m On Top Of It Day is all about celebrating one thing that you feel good about getting on top of.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Labor Day 2017

Labor Day. The Hub Radio Show for Monday September 4, 2017. View the completely industrious playlist for 9-4-17 (CLICK HERE)

Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett, The War On Drugs, Deerhoof, Walter Etc.

Traditionally, Labor Day consists of parades, followed by gatherings of workers with their families and friends. Labor Day also marks the unofficial end of summer, and it is around this time that students go back to school, and fall sports begin. It honors the American labor movement, and the contributions that workers have made to the country. Starting in 1882, labor days first began being organized and celebrated by labor unions, and Oregon became the first state to make Labor Day an official public holiday in 1887.