Be sure to tune into WKCR 89.9FM and wkcr.org at 11:00 this Sunday morning to catch Michael Daves and Tony Trischka on the Moonshine Show. Daves is a grammy nominated guitarist and singer who has been heralded by the New York Times as “a leading light in the New York bluegrass scene.” He has recorded with the likes of Chris Thile of the Punch Brothers and Brittany Haas of Crooked Still.
Tune in to Afternoon New Music this Monday, October 17th at 3 pm for an exclusive in-studio interview with filmmaker Jef Mertens. The 45-minute program will feature Mertens discussing his new documentary Borbetomagus: A Pollock of Sound, which premiered in NYC on October 14th.
A Pollock of Sound is the first-ever full feature documentary film on the legendary group Borbetomagus. From 1979 on, Borbetomagus have persevered a ‘no holds barred’ musical style, described and
WKCR regrets its actions with regard to a guest who had recently been scheduled to appear on our program Studio A. Specifically, WKCR's editorial policies and University policies regarding speech were misrepresented in our communications to this guest. To be clear, WKCR and Columbia University strongly believe in robust freedom of expression, especially about challenging ideas. Likewise, WKCR’s content is curated by student and alumni programmers
Beginning this week, the In All Languages department of WKCR will offer three original shows as a part of its standard programming: Morning Profiles from Sunday, 6:00 AM - 8:-00 AM, Field Trip from Sunday, 11:00 PM until Monday, 12:30 AM, and Coordinated Universal Time (The C.U.T.) from Monday, 12:30 AM - 2:00 AM. Taking the place of our former Morning Ragas and In All Languages shows, these three new broadcasts will work in their own ways to complicate and expand the