Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Saunter

Saunter. The Hub Radio Show for Monday June 19, 2017. View the completely slow playlist for 6-19-17 (CLICK HERE)

Big Thief, Girlpool, Palehound, Waxahatchee, The Drums

Sauntering is a verb describing a style of walking. It is simply to walk slowly, preferably with a joyful disposition. Sauntering has been spoken of most notably by many of the naturalist writers in history. World Sauntering Day is celebrated on June 19 every year. The purpose is to remind people to slow down and enjoy life as opposed to rushing through it. It is also sometimes referred to as International Sauntering Day.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Ghost in the Machine

Ghost in the Machine. Hub Radio Show for Monday June 12, 2017. View the completely spooky playlist for 6-12-17 (CLICK HERE)

The War On Drugs, Jr. Jr., alt-J , Washed Out, Arcade Fire, Nym

There is a doctrine about the nature and place of the mind which is prevalent among theorists, to which most philosophers, psychologists and religious teachers subscribe with minor reservations. Although they admit certain theoretical difficulties in it, they tend to assume that these can be overcome without serious modifications being made to the architecture of the theory.... [the doctrine states that] with the doubtful exceptions of the mentally-incompetent and infants-in-arms, every human being has both a body and a mind. ... The body and the mind are ordinarily harnessed together, but after the death of the body the mind may continue to exist and function.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Festival of Popular Delusions

Festival of Popular Delusions. The Hub Radio Show for Monday June 5, 2017. View the completely mad playlist for 6-5-17 (CLICK HERE)

                            Beach Fossils, Girlpool, TOPS, Cende, Big Thief

There are things we want to believe because it makes us happy. There are things we believe because it provides order and an explanation, no matter how irrational the belief may be. There are things we want to believe because it gives us hope. There are things we believe, not because we want to, but because we’re too lazy to look it up.