Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Hell Is Freezing Over

Hell Is Freezing Over.  The Hub Radio Show for Monday February 1, 2016. View the completely plausible playlist for 2-1-16 (CLICK HERE)

Little Shalimar, Midival Punditz, Lemaitre, Karsh Kale

It'll be a cold day in Hell when.. well, when the mercury dips below freezing.
That's exactly what happened in Hell, Mich., the unfortunately-named town located an hour west of Detroit. The few hundred residents saw temperatures, with wind chill, sink below -30 degrees earlier this week. Thursday's midday temperature rose to a balmy 13 degrees, with a wind chill of 2 degrees.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Bubble Wrap Appreciation

Bubble Wrap Appreciation.  The Hub Radio Show for Monday January 25, 2016. View the completely popped playlist for 1-2-5-16 (CLICK HERE)

Aidan Knight, Adan & Xavi y Los Imanes, Cage the Elephant, Dr. Dog, Golden Bloom

Bubble Wrap was invented in Hawthorne, Passaic County in 1957. The material started out as an idea for textured wallpaper and came to be used as a protective element in packaging after getting a big boost from the shipping of IBM's computer equipment.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

MLK Day

MLK Day. The Hub Radio Show for Monday January 18, 2016. View the completely free playlist for 1-18-16 (CLICK HERE)

Small Feet, Dawn Landes & Piers Facinni, Ane Brun, Hey Marseilles, Chris Staples

"Somebody," King said, "must have sense enough to meet hate with love. Somebody must have sense enough to meet physical force with soul force. If we will but try this way, we will be able to change these conditions and yet at the same time win the hearts and souls of those who have kept these conditions alive."

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Then and Now 12th Anniversary Hub

Then and Now 12th Anniversary Hub. The Hub Radio Show for Monday January 11, 2016. View the completely comparative playlist for 1-11-16 (CLICK HERE)

Grandaddy, The Sleepy Jackson, The Shins, The Rapture, Friends of Dean Martinez



Best Radio Show: While in Arizona I not only had time to eat several dozen tacos, I also had a lot of drive time to sample the local radio.  In Tucson I listened to "The Hub" on KXCI hosted by Bob Girth. It's a cornucopia of indie rock from this week, last week, and the last decade. You never know what's on the deck next.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

TGIM

Thank God It's Monday! The Hub Radio Show for Monday January 4, 2016. View the completely fresh playlist for 1-4-16 (CLICK HERE)

Chemical Brothers, Chet Faker & Marcus Marr, Claptone, Oneohtrix Point Never, Grimes

National Thank God It’s Monday Day is recognized each year on the first Monday in January.  This day was created to celebrate all things that start/happen on a Monday in the  the upcoming year, such as; a new job, a promotion, birthdays, holidays, vacations and etc.  This is also a day, which starts out the first full week of the new year, to look ahead with positive hope, energy, enthusiasm and excitement for all things to come in the next 12 months.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Tick Tock

Tick Tock. The Hub Radio Show for Monday December 28, 2015. View the completely linear playlist for 12-28-15 (CLICK HERE)

Nick Diamonds, Claptone, Tame Impala, The Mynabirds, Oneohtrix Point Never

Tick Tock Day is a reminder that there are only 2 days remaining in the year.  Do you have any unfinished business that needs to be done in this calendar year?  Is there something big you want to accomplish yet this year?  Now is the time to finish up as the clock is ticking!

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Bah, Hubbug!

Bah, Hubbug! The Hub Radio Show for Monday December 21, 2015. View the completely isotopic playlist for 12-21-15 (CLICK HERE)

Lanterns On The Lake , Widowspeak, Saintseneca, Surf Rock Is Dead, The I Don't Cares

Bah, is just that, an expletive intended to impart disbelief, like pshaw, ptttttt, and similar. Humbug is a load of malarkey, an untruth, a fairy tale, a line, a fish story, a made up story, a deception.
The latter interpretation is derived from the word's association with Ebenezer Scrooge, a character created by Charles Dickens.