Our very own mechanical wonder, superpowered by a library rivaling that of old Alexandria, keeping the DJ seat warm and welcome while its masters slumber. It’s not human… but at least it has good taste.
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Dusty old soundtracks, noise, experimental, bollywood hits.
The dopest underground Hip Hop show on the air! Livin the Life is a TRUE skool Hip HOP radio show hosted by Native Sun. A radio show that is never faken! Learn the lessons, don’t get caught slippin, know the system.
A fun-loving freeform festival of the finest fecundity. Our fertility of sound shall reproduce on your ear drums a full banjo orchestra, forgotten disco records, AM Gold, Portuguese garage rock, 50s gospel, Jamaican mento, mash-ups, and other phonoanomalies from the corners of the sonority spectrum. And, your calls!
Radio Valencia’s Idiot Program Manager, John Hell, fired the hosts of all radio shows EXCEPT ours! Ranting and screaming like a character right out of Glen Gerry Glen Ross, John Hell declared that no program closes better, and Karen Carpenter and Dr. Fiasco are getting the year end bonus, the steak knives and the new Cadillac, while everyone else gets a pink slip. Radio Valencia, now with 166 hours to fill, will convert to an All Sports (mostly curling and cheerleaders competitions) and 2 hours of sublime whimsy Wednesday from 10pm to midnight. So, without further dada:
A confluence of events came together at once… My Birthday, Fat Tuesday, Trinidadian/Brazilian Carnival, and Valentine’s Day… Hmmm,.. I had no problem coming up with a show theme this week… We were also joined by our special guest, Big Chill West Coast, a local artist and filmmaker, as we discuss the finer points of our […]
On this episode of Audio Atlas Soundsystem, DJ Paulitics finds himself on the verge madness and telling any rodeo clown who would listen to him through the crevices of a Bolivian prison about Translator’s Day in Armenia and Waitaingi Day in New Zealand… We’re on that UK Garage and reggae dancehall tip as well because […]
On this episode of Audio Atlas Sound-system, we take you on an Ouzo and Kalamata olive-fueled journey through some place called “Greece” in celebration of the Three Holy Hierarchs,…It is a place where democracy was born and god’s ate their own children… A bunch of other stuff happened too throughout the years including the […]
Wine and fool dogs… it’s always the same thing, right?… But wait…Here me out…We have the latest in Kerala beats as well as Dancehall that will make your Malt Strawberry go into something you care about…. Featuring new tracks by Richie Spice, Koffee, and big slow jams to the mix to the max… It’s the […]
On this episode of Audio Atlas Sound-system with DJ Paulitics, special guest, Eric Reyes, a military analyst, joins us live in-studio for an informative and real discussion on today’s geopolitical global hot-spots from North Korea, ISIS, The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and Russia among many other things…. Get out your atlas and listen in as we try […]
We’re starting 2018 off with a purple and teal ferocious tornado of sound as your traveling team of DJ Paulitics, Mogadishu Mike, and the Ancient Whore give you an onslaught of the latest riddims from Jamaica and the finest and most hypnotic current vibrations from Africa… We’re also celebrating Martyrs’ Day in Panama with some […]
….We groggily came to the realization when we awoke that the Bus of Divorce was leaving town; Negative feelings absolved through the French Caribbean reggae… plastic tied like a pretzel through our noses…. Had you come earlier and at the right time, you would have understood my Sufi roots through the taste-buds of your […]
There was a moment in time that you have to stop wearing what your parents dressed you in and learn how to adorn yourself with your own colored and meaningful cloth…. It is the pivotal moment that you make the serious decision to play the latest in French Hip-Hip, Brazilian Baile Funk, Lover’s Rock […]
On a bright corner of the darkest plaza in Medellin, there is a cat-eyed man named “Dagger”. He’ll sell you a 50 cent shot of rum and he seeks no special permission to read off a list of whales he has compiled over the course of 70 years from his tattered pink notebook. He also […]
Melissa in Sofia, Ted Terror in Muscat, and the Ambien Walrus know what’s up as they help me celebrate three national holidays in Belarus, Micronesia, and Kyrgyzstan…. And then we have a dance party with Jamaican pirates, who help us make insect cash (origami bugs made out of Indian Rupees). It will make you […]