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Vintage West African Jams!

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God, I love radio for many, many reasons. One thing I don't love is how it predisposes me towards shorter, "poppier" tunes because that's what radio "likes." It caters to lower quaity by presuming a certain amount of dislike, pre-fitting itself to a lower commitment of listeners you know, actually listening to a song. Songs stay short so investment is low, and in a couple of minutes you're on to the next song. Well lately, I've been connecting with songs, particularly African songs, whose strength is not brevity but are long running jams.

Rhythm Lab Radio | September 26, 2014

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In the first hour, we featured a track from the brand new solo-album from Radiohead's Thom Yorke called Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, which was released via BitTorrent. We will also played a new tune from the NehruvianDoom project, which is a collaboration between MCs Bishop Nehru and MF Doom. Finally, we had brand new tracks from the Milwaukee production duo Kiings, UK’s Bipolar Sunshine and producer Maths Time Joy. 

In the second hour, we featured new music from TokiMonsta, who is best know as the first woman signed to Flying Lotus’ label Brainfeeder. The track comes from her new EP entitled Desiderium, which you find on her new label , Young Arts Records. We also played new tracks from Azealia Banks, Machinedrum and RL Grime with a little help from How To Dress Well.

Saving Childhood: A Talk by Leading Indian Human Rights Lawyer Bhuwan Ribhu

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October 2, 2014 - 17:30 to 18:45
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UWM Union Fireside Lounge (2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.)
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Join UWM's Institute of World Affairs for Saving Childhood: Combating Youth Trafficking and Exploitation. Indian lawyer and activist Bhuwan Ribhu has been involved in the rescue of over 2000 young​ victims of trafficking and forced labor, and is one of his country's most effective advocates for the transformation of policy and practices related to child labor, exploitation and trafficking. He currently works with Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA), India's largest grassroots movement for the protection of children.

Nonprofit helps people with disabilities find friendship

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For those living with cognitive or developmental disabilities, forming healthy friendships can sometimes be difficult.  

They can have a hard time communicating with people who do not have special needs, and they are often the target of stigma, or worse, bullying.

But a local organization is helping to bridge that gap, pairing people with disabilities to others in friendship.

Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra kicks off 59th season

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A new season has begun at the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra, and to celebrate its 59th year in Milwaukee, it is announcing some big news.

A group of talented young adult musicians will embark on an international tour next spring, performing in Budapest, Hungary and Vienna, Austria.  

Weekly Download | The History of Apple Pie, "Tame"

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This week's download comes from the London five-piece band The History of Apple Pie and their latest album called Feel Something.  The album is the follow-up to the band's debut album, Out Of View.  The band creates infectious grooves that sounds similar to bands like Blur,  and Sonic Youth. 

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