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Monday, October 15


Here’s where it all starts, my first show on Radio Valencia featuring: music from all over, world news from the BBC, a Portmerion festival #6 special and David from the New Nothing Cinema drops by to talk about their upcoming screening of “The Fall of the I-Hotel”, a fascinating documentary about the fight to save The International Hotel, located on Kearny Street at the heart of the then-existing Manilatown neighborhood..

The Fall of the I-Hotel plays on Thursday October 18 at 7.30pm at New Nothing Cinema, 16 Sherman Street, (near 7th and Folsom), San Francisco, CA 94103

This Week’s Play List 10/15/12

Rio de Hackney – The Correspondents (England)
Devils Look Like Angels – Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band (U.S.)
Something Good – Alt J (England)

Portmerion Festival #6 Special:
Blue Monday – Cor Meibion y Brythoniaid (Wales)
The Eiggy Sea – Cate Le Bon (Wales)
Shark Ridden Waters – Gruff Rhys (Wales)

News from the BBC World Service

Country Girl – Carolina Chocolate Drops (U.S.)
Reckoning Song – Asaf Avidan & The Mojos (Israel)
Elephant – Tame Impala (Australia)

Political What’s On pt 1

Seven Light Years – RJD2 (U.S.)
Let ‘Em Come – Scroobius Pip ft Sage Francis & P.O.S. (England & U.S.)
No Nimbus – Scroobius Pip / Grimes (England & Canada)

Political What’s On pt 2

Thrift Store – Maclemore ft Wanz (U.S.)
A Hot Day – Babyhead (England)
Balkan Reggae – Mahala Rai Banda (Romania)

Interview with David Martinez, The New Nothing Cinema

Ghost Town – The Specials (England)
It Don’t Mean A Thing – Caravan Palace (France)
Schlaweiner – Dunkelbunt (Austria)
Yes/No – Fake Blood (England)
Your Drums Your Love – Aluna George (England)
Take Back the Power – Asian Dub Foundation (England)

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