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This entire show is set around the bubbly breaks and swing of the 1st song... April Showers from Proleter. So it's going to be a collection of Gypsy Swing, vintage jazz set to electronic beats and a little Bossa.

Jazz is Not Dead! Maybe sleeping a little, but it's not dead. This session of Bridging the Gap is an exploration into the current state of Jazz, experimental, aggressive and totally groovy.

Since we're all stuck at home, I thought I'd bring the party to you this evening on Bridging the Gap. So I'm mixing a little dance set live in the studio, and adding in a little Soul, Latin, and Afro-Funky rhythms.

Doing two things with this session of Bridging the Gap... digging into some new and favorite indie rock, as well as paying tribute to singer/songwriter John Prine.

Rafael Silveira
Rafael Silveira

After a few weeks of themed shows and memorials... there's been a buildup of songs that have been stuck in my head and on repeat.  So I'm exorcising some of them in this eclectic session of Bridging the Gap.

We lost a legend today. Bill Withers passed at the age of 81. So for this session of Bridging the Gap we'll her his music as well as a few incredible covers and remixes of his music.

Going with the favorites again... picking out a selection of tried and tested songs that I keep coming back to. I'm also doubling it as an evergreen... so you may hear it sometime in the future.

In times like these... you gotta go with what's friendly and familiar. So the music in this session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a collection of favorites... songs of comfort that I always come back to. I'm also doubling it as an evergreen... so you may hear it sometime in the future when the zombies take over.

Happy Spring to you. It's a little late to put together a spring show... but I thought I'd mix it up and make it a head trip too. So this session will be a collection of psychedelic indie rock and world to usher in the season.

This session of Bridging the Gap is going to be an Afro-Funky good time... celebrating the life of Manu Dibango who passed away on March 24th from COVID-19.

Sticking with familiar territory this evening and collecting some favorite downtempo and acid jazz tracks. It's truly a romantic couch-locked type of experience.

The news has been pretty heavy recently... so I'm going to create a happy little musical bubble to escape into for this session of Bridging the Gap.

Since we're all supposed to be practicing social distancing to curb the spread of COVID-19... let me soundtrack it for you.

Nick and Harrison are subbing in for Paige on this soggy St. Patricks Day running through music from Irish musicians from both sides of the pond.

This session of Bridging the Gap is a mixed bag. It's a tribute to the late Industrial Music pioneer Genesis P-Orridge, a little nod to the goth industrial world he created and a few songs about the panic and fear that's being churned up by the coronavirus.

Here's another case of art reflecting real life. With all the breaking news on the COVID-19 or Coronavirus... I figured I'd take some musical inspiration from the news and put together a set of fun songs about fever, flu, virus, and panic. All jokes aside, please wash your hands, avoid prolonged contact, and stay healthy.

They say that women hold up half the sky. So I'm taking a cue from this past International Women's Day and putting together a selection of strong female artists spanning a wide range of styles.

Paying tribute to the late jazz icon McCoy Tyner on this session of Bridging the Gap, and filling in the rest of the show with mostly new releases that explore the changing landscape of Jazz.

Latepost here for Friday's super eclectic fun session of Bridging the Gap.

Penrose Records
Penrose Records

Check this... Daptone Records has a new West Coast sub-label called Penrose Records which will launch next month. So I'm going to play a few teasers from the new EP and mix that into some breezy west coast Jazz and Soul.

Caterina Theocharidou
Caterina Theocharidou

Happy March 2020 to you. This session of Bridging the Gap will be a (mostly) mellow mixture of Soul, Indie and Downtempo.

Guest DJ in the house for this session of Bridging the Gap... out own Courtney Thomas from HPR's Membership Department, curating a selection of her favorite music.

Since I'm doing a sunset cocktail DJ set this Friday in Lahaina, I thought I'd do a little preview of a typical sunset music selection mixed live for tonight's session of Bridging the Gap. I also want to note that this is not necessarily going to be the same set I'll play there.

Sotomayor
Sotomayor

Traveling across the board... and bridging that musical gap tonight with new music from Shabaka and the Ancestors, Sotomayor, Dr. Rubberfunk and more. It's going to be an electronic afro-funky eclectic latin jazzy good time.

No theme for this session... but there is challenge to play some Aphex Twin. So challenge excepted and I'm fitting an Aphex Twin song into each hour of the show.

Happy President's Day... we're celebrating it with new music from a eclectic range of artists, and filling in the breaks with chilled grooves.

Samy Loewe
Samy Loewe

Happy Valentine's Day to you and yours. This session of Bridging the Gap will close out our week of love songs, back to back with songs about loss and heartbreak.

Tony Futura
Tony Futura

Love songs, back to back with songs about loss and heartbreak fill this session of Bridging the Gap.. as we get closer to Valentine's Day.

Eva Ramos
Eva Ramos

It's Valentine's Day week... and the Bridging the Gap crew is putting together a whole week of love songs or break-up songs.  For tonight's show I'm going to be going back and forth between both... all beautiful and mostly deeply personal to me.

It's Friday... and I invite you to shake off the bad vibes of the last week and wash yourself in good times and positive sounds.

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