Our first live in-studio guest, the lovely MC Aub Zee, who was able to take time out from her busy schedule of watching TV in the bedroom to come on the program and discuss her smash singles, "Ibby Skibby" and "Dance: How-To Jam"...
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In our final edition of the week, we take a look back at the first five days of the podcast, read a response to yesterday's Somalia vs. Iraq discussion, review Concrete Jungle, the new record by Nigerian singer Nneka, and host our first in-studio guest, my fiancee MC Aub Zee, in a hard-hitting interview where she reveals that she may be leaving me for Minnesota Vikings quarterback, old man and, apparently... DILF... Brett Favre.
It's also a Super-Psychedelic Freaky Friday: our intro/outro music on the program comes courtesy of Cauldron, a San-Francisco-based band whose 1968 album, 50 Foot Hose, filters folk and rock through the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. As we mentioned on Thursday's show, we're bringing you music that isn't commercially available, so we can share it royalty-free on the podcast. 50 Foot Hose is a wild album, ranging from blues-rock to intense, heavy acid-rock to a cover of Billie Holiday's "God Bless the Child" that sounds like it's been hooked up to a broken computer... sometimes the trippy atmospherics can get a little annoying, but it's definitely worth checking out.
Related links for Friday's program:
• Free download of Nneka and J. Period's Madness mixtape
• Nneka on Amazon.com
• Link to download Cauldron's 50 Foot Hose, today's intro/outro music