Friday, July 1, 2011

Hear to Help Japan! - A Special Interview Tonight

Hey folks,

The last few weeks have been fairly slow, and I apologize for not doing a better job of keeping you all updated on the show. We're just now getting around to booking most of July, but I'm fairly certain that many of you will find something to be excited about in terms of our forthcoming schedule.

With that being said, I want to talk to you about tonight's program. We've got a very special interview and corresponding live performance line up for you.

Sayaka Yabuki and Tait Reed of Noise Clinic have put together a benefit concert for the victims of last march's devastating earthquake in Japan that will be taking place on Tuesday, July 5th at the Catalyst Atrium.

Featuring a bevy of local acts, and headlined by Noise Clinic themselves, the Hear to Help Japan benefit show is a stark reminder of the power that music and live performance can have, going on to positively affect the lives of individuals who won't even be present at the concert.

Additionally, Sayaka and Tait have arranged for Gyo Rai Gyo, an instrumental avant-garde rock two-piece from Japan, to come perform on our program.

Tune in to 88.1fm tonight at 7pm to hear Sayaka and Tait talk about putting on the benefit, and what it means for both them as well as the millions of Japanese citizens who have been displaced by the earthquake.

- DJ PassiveTheory


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