Friday, October 10, 2008

Dethlab hosts Radio Caroline this Saturday

Radio Caroline

I've been quite sick most of the week [odd - the symptoms started right after Tuesday night's lame presidential debate...] Anyway, I hope to have most of my voice and hearing back by tomorrow morning, because Ms. Toybreaker and I will be hosting Radio Caroline from 11AM to 5PM this Saturday, October 11th. If you're in the Cultural District/Midtown Detroit area, tune in to 104.9 FM.

In addition to exploring a range of independent electronic music, we'll be broadcasting recent discussions with acclaimed futurist and author Bruce Sterling, marketing guru Rob Walker and pirate radio and indie label founder Veronica Vasicka. We will also be talking with some special in-studio guests, including David of God Club, Dark Cube of Detroit Techno Militia and Adjust of LOW RES.

The main theme of Saturday's program is DIY culture. The social, political and especially business models of the 20th century are literally collapsing before our eyes. Forward thinking artists and entrepreneurs are defining a new glocal* economy and innovating creative and aggressive re-use of existing infrastructures. This is a topic near and dear to our hearts, and we cherish the opportunity to present it in the context of an art installation cum pirate radio broadcast. For those out of signal reach, we will be archiving the entire program and podcasting it in segments in the coming weeks.

If you happen to know our secret location [we're not supposed to talk about it apparently,] please stop by and visit. We might even put you on the air!


*not a typo.

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