Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Howl At The Moon

Howl At The Moon. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 26, 2015. View the completely lunar playlist (CLICK HERE)

Kurt Vile, Deerhunter, Arcade Fire, Cloud Cult, GEMS

The "harvest moon" and "hunter's moon" are traditional terms for the full moons occurring during late summer and in the autumn, in the northern hemisphere usually in August, September and October respectively. The "harvest moon" is the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox (22 or 23 September), and the "hunter's moon" is the one following it.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Adjust Your Chair

Adjust Your Chair. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 19, 2015. View the completely height proportionate playlist for 10-19-15 (CLICK HERE)

Neon Indian, Yppah, Prefuse 73, Maribou State, Autre Ne Veut

A basic rule of ergonomics is that there is no such thing as an "average" person. However, providing a chair specifically designed for each individual is not practical. The only solution is to provide workers with fully adjustable chairs that can accommodate a maximum range of people (typically around 90 percent of the population; workers falling in the ranges of 5% of the shortest and the tallest will need custom-made chairs).

Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Freethought. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 12, 2015. View the completely free playlist for 10-12-15 (CLICK HERE)

Battles, Caspian, Yppah, Robert DeLong, Kaskade, Princess Century

What makes a freethinker is not his beliefs but the way in which he holds them. If he holds them because his elders told him they were true when he was young, or if he holds them because if he did not he would be unhappy, his thought is not free; but if he holds them because, after careful thought he finds a balance of evidence in their favor, then his thought is free, however odd his conclusions may seem.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Funky Hub

Funky Hub. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 5, 2015. View the completely smooth playlist for 10-05-15 (CLICK HERE)

Dennis Coffey, Cold Blood, Faze-O, Funkadelic, Funk Factory

Funk songs are often based on an extended vamp on a single chord, distinguishing them from R&B and soul songs, which are built on chord progressions. Funk uses the same extended chords found in bebop jazz, such as minor chords with added sevenths and elevenths, or dominant seventh chords with altered ninths.