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Global DJ Broadcast is the weekly dance music radio show hosted by international DJ and producer Markus Schulz. Receiving multiple IDMA nominations since its inception, Markus’ unique fusion of trance, progressive and multiple additional genres has contributed to becoming one of the most popular radio shows on FM, satellite and online.
 
The FuseBox Radio Broadcast is an independent syndicated weekly radio show & podcast which features longtime hosts & mix DJs DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk that exists to "Bring the Balance Back to Black Radio" with having a strong focus on bringing a diverse mix of relevant commentary - serious & silly - on everything from politics to popular culture in the news & our personal lives, interviews and independent and mainstream Black Music mixes (Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Funk, House ...
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
Red Fades to Black is Back! Red Fades to Black prides itself on bringing a unique blend of rock, metal, and hardcore music to listeners. Sick of corporate radio and tired of commercial radio's 'so called' rock, Jared and Gina set out to bring the best of rock, metal, and hardcore to an audience worldwide with music including some you will never hear on any commercial station. Back with even more focus on the underground, Red Fades to Black brings unknown and up and coming bands to the masses ...
 
DLC is your weekly audio tour of the latest in video games and tabletop entertainment. Hosts Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer are joined every week by the best damn gaming experts on the planet as well as YOUR phone calls! Disagree, Like, or Comment by Direct Live Call-in or in the Designated Lobby Chat! It is the gaming show Decided by Listener Contribution. DLC, the Digital Lifestyle Companion for gamers who Don't Like Cynicism. Hosted by Christian Spicer & Jeff Cannata.
 
Red Black Dead is the greatest radio show in the entire world! No really it's true! Have you been listening to any of the other crap out there... terrible. But, the show isn't just Nick Manic & Philthy running their mouths 24 hours a day. Ohh NO! It is also made up of colorful and dynamic characters that you will, forced by a gun and scotch, come to know and love: like Deloris our resident tranny, the slightly homosexual Lex Loser, our weatherman Dave Spritz and his creepy "weather van", and ...
 
A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music™ is a Rhythm & Blues music show that is created and produced by Terry A. Ferguson. The show’s premise is to educate listeners about the roots and influences of Rhythm & Blues by giving listeners a history lesson on the artist, composers, arrangers, singers and songwriters who have contributed and continue to contribute to this genre of music. The roots of R&B that are played on A Bowl of Soul are Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Hip Hop and Rock music. A Bo ...
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding" "AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and g ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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Here are the songs in this broadcast. Please Please Please - James Brown - R&B - 1958 Out of Sight - James Brown - R&B - 1964 Papa's Got A Brand New Bag - James Brown - R&B - 1965 I Got You (I Feel Good) - James Brown - R&B - 1965 I Got The Feelin' - James Brown - R&B/Funk - 1968 This Is A Man's World - James Brown - R&B - 1966 Say It Loud, I'm Bla…
 
The World Tour returns to Global DJ Broadcast this week, and features Markus performing a special rabbithole themed set live from The Midway's Outdoor Dining Experience in San Francisco, California. The show also features a bonus studio set with recent favorites. Next week, the special run of shows continues, with Markus presenting an Escape Deluxe…
 
“A blue note in a minor key—America has its secret sonic weapon—Jazz.” That was the headline in 1955 when the United States sent its top musicians overseas to promote democracy. They called them the Jazz Ambassadors—Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, and Dave Brubeck. Today, in honor of Dave Brubeck month (May 4 is Dave Brubeck day —…
 
What did our brothers think of Shadow and Bone? - Sinister forces plot against a young soldier after she reveals a magical power that may unite her world. - Black Rock Broadcasting A film and television podcast network for you, from us! - Twitter https://twitter.com/brbroadcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/blackrockbroadcasting Instagram https…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Lana Bachynski from Riot Games back to the show to discuss Nintendo's new make-your-own-game game, Ubisoft expanding the Division games, Sony trademarking Sunset Overdrive, and more! The Playlist: Returnal, Monster Hunter: Rise, Apex Legends, Valorant "Escalation" mode, Resident Evil Village, It Takes Two VR Talk: Demeo, …
 
As promised, this week's broadcast sees Markus Schulz continuing his most extensive annual In Bloom journey to date, celebrating the best in vocal trance from across the past 12 months, with several premieres looking ahead to the future. The set picks up right from where we left off last week, with hours 3 and 4 of In Bloom 2021. Tracklist: 33. JES…
 
Here are the songs in this broadcast. I'll Always Love My Mama - The Intruders - R&B - 1973 Party Up - DMX - Hip Hop - 1999 Whoa! - Black Rob - Hip Hop - 2000 Kiss You Back - Digital Underground - R&B/Hip Hop - 1991 If I Was Your Man - D.Saunders - R&B - 2021 You Complete Me - Lamone feat. Najee - R&B - 2021 All Day - Jarvis Jacob - R&B/Southern So…
 
What did our brothers think of Star Wars: The Bad Batch - The Bad Batch must find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy. - Black Rock Broadcasting A film and television podcast network for you, from us! - Twitter https://twitter.com/brbroadcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/blackrockbroadcasting Instagram https://www.instagram.com/blackrockbro…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome Jan Ochoa from Giantbomb to the show this week to discuss Sony's latest State of Play, Metro Exodus getting a ray-tracing only version, a new game from the guy who brought us Red Faction Guerilla, and more! The Playlist: New Pokemon Snap, Nier Replicant, Double Dragon, Wonderbox, Returnal Parting Gifts! Brought to you by:…
 
What did our brothers think of Star Wars: Ewoks - Journey to the Forest Moon of Endor for an out-of-this world visit with your favourite, furry Star Wars heroes - the small-but-mighty Ewoks - in their own action packed, animated series! Going Wicket, his friends Princess Kneesaa, Teebo & Latara, and their entire strive, as they experience fantastic…
 
With spring in the air and flowers blossoming, it's that special time of the year on the Global DJ Broadcast where Markus Schulz highlights the beautiful bond of music and song; artist and vocalist, and where every track in this particular set contains those ingredients from beginning to end. For 2021, In Bloom will be more extensive than ever, las…
 
Redefining 'flesh-colored' bandages makes medicine more inclusive Popularizing brown bandages would help normalize dark skin, a medical student argues Most bandages on the market are tinted to match white people's skin tone.
 
Uranium 'snowflakes' could set off thermonuclear explosions of dead stars White dwarfs could go supernova in response to nuclear fission caused by uranium crystals Stellar explosions called type 1a supernovas (remnant of one shown) could sometimes be triggered by the buildup of uranium snowflakes in the cores of dead stars, a new study suggests.…
 
An ancient shark's weird fins helped it glide like a manta ray Spanning nearly 2 meters, the fins' length rivals the wingspan of bald eagles Aquilolamna milarcae nicknamed eagle shark for its long, curving fins (as seen in this illustration) lived about 93 million years ago in an ancient sea in what is now northeastern Mexico.…
 
A tour of 'Four Lost Cities' reveals modern ties to ancient people Annalee Newitz's book explores what drives humans toward an urban life and what might send us away An archaeological dig in Turkey has uncovered structures from the ancient city of Çatalhöyük, which flourished from 7500 to 5700 B.C., and is featured in a new book.…
 
A new black hole image reveals the behemoth's magnetic fields Event Horizon Telescope data show the orientation of light emitted near M87's black hole A new Event Horizon Telescope image of the galaxy M87's black hole (pictured) traces the polarization (bright lines), or orientation, of light waves emitted by material swirling around the black hole…
 
Frog skin cells turned themselves into living machines Newly created 'xenobots' swim and move particles around in their environment Small clusters of skin cells taken from frog embryos grow into larger spheres, called xenobots (pictured), that can swim, move particles and heal themselves.
 
Stone Age culture bloomed inland, not just along Africa's coasts Excavations at a rock-shelter inhabited 105,000 years ago turned up possibly symbolic crystals Calcite crystals and other items excavated at a Kalahari Desert rock-shelter (site shown) suggest that people achieved impressive cultural advances far from southern Africa's coast around 10…
 
Here's why humans chose particular groups of stars as constellations Scientists simulate how humans trace patterns in the night sky Patterns of human eye movement are among several factors that explain why certain star groupings, such as the Big Dipper (pictured), stand out to people across cultures and time.…
 
Octopus sleep includes a frenzied, colorful, 'active' stage Cephalopod snoozing is mostly quiet with brief bursts of REM-like activity During a brief bout of active sleep, this octopus in the lab blushes deep red.
 
The 'USS Jellyfish' emits strange radio waves from a distant galaxy cluster Spanning 1.2 million light-years, the entity broadcasts a never-before-seen pattern Low-frequency radio waves (red, orange, yellow, white) outline a huge jellyfish, 1.2 million light-years across, in galaxy cluster Abell 2877, whose center emits X-rays (magenta).…
 
Carbon-ring molecules tied to life were found in space for the first time Discovered in an interstellar cloud, the compounds are more abundant than predicted The 100-meter-wide Green Bank Telescope (pictured) in West Virginia detected the first definitive radio signature from space of ringed, organic molecules known as PAHs.…
 
A plant gene may have helped whiteflies become a major pest The gene lets the insects neutralize toxins that plants use for defense Whiteflies (one pictured) are aphidlike insects that feed on the leaves of hundreds of plants.
 
How kelp forests off California are responding to an urchin takeover 95 percent of northern coast forests have been lost, but sea otters are helping farther south Proliferating urchin barrens, such has this one off northern California, have destroyed kelp forest all along the state's coast.
 
A gene defect may make rabbits do handstands instead of hop To move quickly, some rabbits throw up their back legs and walk on their front paws Some rabbits walk on their front paws in a strange gait that is the result of a mutation in one gene, a study finds.
 
A toxin behind mysterious eagle die-offs may have finally been found A 20-year search of water weeds and cyanobacteria has turned up a bird-killing toxin The bald eagle was the bird that started the decades-long quest to find the cause of mysterious avian die-offs at lakes in the southeastern United States.…
 
First Steps' shows how bipedalism led humans down a strange evolutionary path A new book argues that upright walking had profound effects on human anatomy and behavior The way humans walk today was one evolutionary pathway among many possibilities, Jeremy DeSilva explains in First Steps.
 
New depictions of ancient hominids aim to overcome artistic biases Reconstructions based on intuition can distort views of what extinct species looked like New standards for reconstructing extinct hominids could lead to more accurate representations, such as this sculpture of a 2.8-million-year-old Australopithecus africanus youngster known as the …
 
Here's what makes 4 promising COVID-19 vaccines unique and potentially useful New approaches range from a vaccine in a pill to ones that can be kept at room temperature Millions of people, like Reinaldo de Souza Santos of the Baré ethnic group in Brazil (shown getting the Sinovac vaccine), are getting COVID-19 vaccine shots, but more vaccines are n…
 
50 years ago, scientists claimed marijuana threatened teens' mental health Excerpt from the April 24, 1971 issue of Science News Recreational marijuana use remains legally off-limits for people under age 21 because of a variety of health concerns.
 
Experts predict U.S. COVID-19 cases will dip in summer but surge in winter Masks and vaccines could make a big difference in stopping a winter surge Wearing masks, especially indoors, could be important for stemming an expected surge in COVID-19 cases in the United States this coming winter.
 
The thickness of lead's neutron 'skin' has been precisely measured The atom's nucleus is surrounded by a neutron shell just 0.28 trillionths of a millimeter thick By scattering electrons off of lead, the Lead Radius Experiment, or PREX-II, measures the thickness of a skin of neutrons that surrounds the atomic nucleus.…
 
FDA and CDC OK resuming J&J COVID-19 shots paused over rare clot concerns Experts debated a warning for women under 50, but decided to reinstate the vaccine without one Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine, which faced intense scrutiny in the wake of reports of women who developed rare blood clots after getting the shot, is OK to use, a panel of he…
 
Most of Mars' missing water may lurk in its crust That may explain why so little H 2 O is seen escaping into space to dry out the Red Planet Billions of years ago, Mars was a watery world (illustrated) like Earth.
 
A deadly fungus behind hospital outbreaks was found in nature for the first time The discovery could spur search expeditions for the yeast in more places Researchers found the yeast Candida auris in the Andaman Islands (shown) in the Indian Ocean, the first time the fungus has been isolated in the environment.…
 
Only 3 percent of Earth's land hasn't been marred by humans Human activity has had a far-ranging impact on the numbers and abundance of other species The Serengeti represents one of the few places on Earth that still houses all the animal species it did hundreds of years ago.
 
The latest Ebola outbreak may have started with someone infected years ago Rather than jumping from animals, the virus may have laid low in a person, then spread The most recent Ebola outbreak in Guinea was sparked by someone who got infected at least five years ago during the 20132016 outbreak, a new study suggests.…
 
A clock's accuracy may be tied to the entropy it creates A clock made from a wiggling membrane produces more disorder as it becomes more accurate Clocks release disorder, or entropy, as they tick.
 
Phosphorus for Earth's earliest life may have been forged by lightning Long thought to have been delivered by meteorites, the element is crucial for DNA and RNA Phosphorus, a crucial ingredient for the first life on Earth, may have been forged by lightning (illustrated).
 
Mysterious 'yellowballs' littering the Milky Way are clusters of newborn stars The cosmic objects were thought to be gas bubbles blown by supermassive baby stars The Milky Way is strewn with 'yellowballs' (circled in this false-color infrared panorama from the Spitzer Space Telescope), regions of ionized gas bubbles where baby stars are born.…
 
Climate change may have changed the direction of the North Pole's drift A mid-1990s change in pole movement coincided with increased glacial melting Glacial melt in Alaska, Greenland and the southern Andes (pictured), among other factors, spurred a change in which way the North Pole drifts, a new study suggests.…
 
Female green tree frogs have noise-canceling lungs that help them hear mates Inflated, the lungs resonate with extra vibrations, sending select sounds to the eardrum Female green tree frogs ( Hyla cinerea ) must pick out the calls of suitable mates against a backdrop of often hundreds of males from numerous species croaking at the same time.…
 
Two bonobos adopted infants outside their group, marking a first for great apes The adoptive mothers fed, carried and cuddled orphan infants Two infants, estimated to be under 3 years old, gained adoptive mothers outside their own band of bonobos.
 
Riches in a Bronze Age grave suggest it holds a queen The find points to a female ruler in Spain 3,700 years ago, bucking the idea only men ruled A roughly 3,700-year-old grave found beneath the floor of a Bronze Age palace held the remains of a man and a woman surrounded by valuable objects.
 
A tiny gold ball is the smallest object to have its gravity measured Scientists measured the gravitational field of an object with a mass of just 90 milligrams A gold sphere on a horizontal glass beam responds to the gravitational pull of a neighboring sphere (right).
 
A year after Australia's wildfires, extinction threatens hundreds of species More than 500 species may now be endangered or extinct due to the natural disaster Glossy black-cockatoos (pictured) on Australia's Kangaroo Island are one species that weathered the country's 20192020 wildfires thanks to a great fledgling year.…
 
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