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Thermal Soundwaves is the Natural Alternative to fast food media. Your hosts C.Truth and Kev Lawrence provide the talent and fun for this entertainment variety program. We cover music, TV, film, sports, arts, food and health. https://thermalsoundwaves.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thermalsoundwaves/support
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For more than 55 years, The Florida Orchestra has been a driving force for cultural arts in the Tampa Bay region. Every work of music, every musician, every composer has a story to tell. SoundWaves with The Florida Orchestra gives those stories a voice, so you can experience a deep, personal connection to the music during a concert or anytime. The non-profit Florida Orchestra is the largest orchestra in the state and the only arts organization that bridges Tampa Bay. TFO exists to INSPIRE – ...
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SoundWave

Blind Ninja Studios

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SoundWave is here to keep you up-to-date with the not-so-mainstream music scene. Join us every thursday as we talk about music headlines, album reviews and weekly themes creating a playlist you can download on iTunes. Participation on the Blind Ninja Studios Facebook Page is highly recommended!
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Soundwave Knight

Soundwave Knight

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Josh O Farrell is a Creative Multimedia Graduate, Content Writer & Podcaster. Audiobook channel: https://soundcloud.com/user-864700144 Twitter: https://twitter.com/OFarrellAudio LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josh-o-farrell-hurley/
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Kind Soundwaves

Innagadadavida

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This is a conversation-style show, where I talk to interesting people with interesting things to say, or interesting things that they do. I'm nobody special. Just a regular guy.
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Soundwaves at St. Bedes

The Reverend Ryan D. Newman

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A weekly broadcast of St. Bede’s Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, California—a vibrant and inclusive community of faith serving Venice, Playa Vista, Mar Vista, Ocean Park, Marina Del Rey, and beyond. Each week, Soundwaves will feature the sermon from last Sunday’s worship services. In addition, as often as possible, we will share selections from the extraordinary St. Bede’s music program, update our listeners on church news, and convey the stories of our faith as we live out our baptismal co ...
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Join me as I bring the party to life on 'The SoundWave Chronicles'! I'm your host, a mobile DJ specializing in electrifying 18th and 21st birthday celebrations. Get ready to groove to the beats and relive the best moments of these epic parties. Tune in for music, memories, and a whole lot of fun!
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Mahler knew how to think big. For his Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection,” he stuffed the stage with 270 musicians, including 10 trumpets and 10 horns in the original score. It took Mahler five years to complete the symphony, which stretches more than 80 minutes and holds a special place among musicians and audiences. Today, millions of people have hear…
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The power of friendship. Edward Elgar’s most popular work, Enigma Variations, was dedicated to 14 friends portrayed in the pieces – from his wife to an Oxford professor, a bulldog and even Elgar himself. Like the Elgar, each section of Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin (The Grave of Couperin) is dedicated to someone the composer knew, but this time th…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with the versatile Nikki Duncan Smith (@nikkiduncansmith). Nikki talked about about doing children’s books, writing for Bloc heads comics, growing up down the street from Charlie Mack, going to church with Will Smith, Philly radio playing hip hop in the day, Pop Art’s Lawrence Goodman being responsible f…
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All in the family. From a tiny apartment around the world to a chance audition at The Florida Orchestra, family has been a driving force for Principal Cellist Yoni Draiblate. Is he bringing up the next Yo-Yo Ma? Time will tell. Even Brahms’ Double Concerto, which Yoni performs this weekend, cannot escape family drama.…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) chopped it up with supergroup Abstract Mindstate (@abstractmindstate) from the Crib. Members Ice-Grē (@olskool_icegre) and Ep Da Hell Cat (@epdahellcat) talked about meeting up at Jackson State University, battling Jay Z at Breakout in Mobile Alabama, writing the "I refuse to quit" book, being from the crib, w…
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We’re taking a tour of France in the spring. Magnifique! Saint-Saens’ Organ Symphony – used so effectively in the 1995 movie Babe – is a lush masterpiece that builds and builds until … wait for it … the organ is let loose in the finale. Fauré’s Requiem creates a place of peace and serenity with rich, soulful melodies, featuring The Master Chorale o…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with artist and educator Mellow Man Ace (@mellow_man_ace). Ace talked about his Afro Cuban heritage, doing the 1st all Spanish rap record, flights of liberty program, moving to the United States, the song that started it all "Mentirosa", why he wasn’t in Cypress Hill, where Castro went wrong, his arts & …
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Antonin Dvorak’s Ninth Symphony is as big a deal today as it was in 1893, when it premiered with huge fanfare at Carnegie Hall in New York. The Ninth was special. Major composer. Written in America. Inspired by African-American spirituals. No wonder it prompted one of the most elaborate music reviews in the history of newspapers, a 3,000-word essay…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) are joined by artist and emcee producer REKS (@rekshiphop). REKS talked about the layout of the city Lawrence MA, reverse migration, family background, going to Italy to record, Lawrence Hip Hop heavyweights, releasing 33 EP projects, salute to elders, finding himself, importance of 33, being driven by ancesto…
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This is the symphony that changed all symphonies, Beethoven’s monumental Third. No one had heard anything like it before. The work was originally called “Bonaparte” after Napoleon, but a disgruntled Beethoven hastily changed the title to “Eroica,” meaning heroic. Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 2 breaks free from oppression after the death of Sta…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with artist/actress TONISTEELZ (@tonisteelz). Toni a 5x Grammy nom, Award winning artist/actress and producer spoke about the old Brooklyn, meeting General Steele from Smif n Wesson, her Nike commercial, new film with comedian Donnell Rawlings, sneaking into her brothers' studio to make music, being a ch…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with artist, motivational speaker and journalist TRE DOT (@bosstredot). TRE talked about why he moved so much, restarting in DC, going to school with Fredo Star of Onyx, speaking in church at 8yrs old, writing at a young age, becoming a therapist, Dog house anti-bullying comic book, battling depression, …
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with actor and performer Charles Massey (@cmass_enterprise). Charles talked about being raised in Harlem, father from West Philly, Sugar Hill history, movie Shaft being shot in his building, seeing legend Richard Roundtree at 7 years old, classic flick Claudine being filmed around the corner from him, hi…
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Cellist, conductor, Robin Hood of Fried Chicken For TFO Associate Principal Cello Victor Minke Huls, his life in music started way before he was born. And it keeps getting better. From homework in the concert hall to conducting, salsa dancing, an Irish family band and his secret career as a counter tenor, the Florida native keeps adding to an amazi…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) caught up with artist/actor Armeen Acy (@officialshaliek). Armeen talked about about moving to Atlanta for acting, putting music on pause, Co starring in the Botch movie, unlicensed doctors, cosmetic surgeries costing lives, prepping for "Botch" movie, messages in art, wanting his roles to speak to people/comm…
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A heroic concert indeed. Beethoven’s famed Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor,” composed when he was deaf, is a stunning example of Beethoven’s stubborn nature. He overcame his liability to create a work of unprecedented depth and expression. The adagio is simply sublime. “The concerto encapsulates the heroic struggle of the individual,’’ says TFO Musi…
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This program is packed with American greats in honor of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, a smash hit since its debut 100 years ago. “I wanted to put it on a pedestal because it deserves to be there,” says TFO Music Director Michael Francis. The concert starts with jazzy fanfare Herald, Holler & Hallelujah composed by Wynton Marsalis before launching in…
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Tchaikovsky packs a lot of emotion into his Sixth: “Without exaggeration, I have put my entire soul into this symphony.” Less than 10 days after its premiere, Tchaikovsky died. This symphony would become his requiem, a last will and testament of a composer whose music comes so directly from the heart. Barber’s Violin Concerto starts out lush and ly…
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🎧 DJ Vital Viper Presents: Eclectic House Grooves 🏠🎵 🕒 Dive into an electrifying 1-hour house music journey with DJ Vital Viper! 🚀 🎵 Tracklist: 1. Fred again.. - Angie (i've been lost) x Clara (the night is dark) 2. Franky Rizardo - Love Me Right (Extended Mix) 3. Ellis Moss - Calling 4. Sinead Harnett - Unconditional (Sonny Fodera Remix) 5. Fred A…
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The word of the day is hurdy-gurdy. Which, in case you don’t know, is a medieval stringed instrument with an attached keyboard. And an inspiration for two pieces on this program written 200 years apart – Missy Mazzoli’s contemporary Sinfonia (For Orbiting Spheres) and Mozart’s charming Violin Concerto No. 4 – though in very different styles. The co…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) caught up with photographer, videographer and photo-journalist Robert Mayer aka Photo Rob. Rob spoke on what got him into photography, the Rakim reveal, having the eye, why seated portraits are his favorite, therapeutic feeling of hip hop, connection with stars he's shot, his influences, jobs he won't do, priv…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) are joined by artist/emcee DRES (@blacksheepdres) of the legacy hip hop group Black Sheep. Dres spoke on What a black sheep of the family really is, real life story behind Strobelite honey record, the long island ice teas, a lesson in publishing and intellectual property, How songs in commercials work, the bui…
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🎵 DJ Vital Viper Presents: Eclectic Beats Mix 🎵 🕒 Duration: 1 Hour 🎶 Tracklist: 1. Meduza X Ferreck Dawn X Clementine Douglas - I Got Nothing (Extended Mix) 2. Ellis Moss - Calling 3. Navos - Believe Me 4. Franky Rizardo - Love Me Right (Extended Mix) 5. Sinead Harnett - Unconditional (Sonny Fodera Remix) 6. CamelPhat - Hope (Feat. Max Milner) 7. A…
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Get ready for an electrifying one-hour journey through the world of house music with DJ Vital Viper! This mix is packed with pulsating beats, groovy basslines, and soulful vocals, curated to keep you dancing all night long. From iconic classics to contemporary bangers, this set has it all. Join us on this sonic adventure and let the music take cont…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) are joined by artist/musician Haviah Mighty (@haviahmighty) coming straight outta Toronto Canada. Haviah speaks on singing at 4yrs old, her musical family, wearing multiple hats from producer to writer to rapper, Toronto artists getting their due, what inspires her, fun outside of music, crying cystals, meanin…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) caught up with Grammy Winning Producer, Recording Artist and DJ Eddie F (@djeddief). Eddie spoke on helping launch La Face records, setting up supergroup TLC to gain momentum, discovering R&B artist Donell Jones, becoming an A&R for La Reid, working with new talent, Heavy D, The Collins Brothers, seeing early …
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Brahms was incredibly hard on himself. Plus, he couldn’t seem to shake the shadow of Beethoven and his incredible success. That’s why Brahms struggled for more than 14 years to complete his first symphony, which premiered when he was 43 years old. It was worth the wait –widely considered to be one of the most significant symphonies ever written. In…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) are joined by Hoops Legend and Dallas Mavericks assistant coach God Shammgod (@godshammgod12). Shammgod talked about NBA legend Tiny Archibald, his infamous move, showing Kobe Bryant how to dribble, the best McDonalds All Americans, young NBA stars recognizing him, RocNation conversations with Jay Z, staying h…
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The concert that takes off “faster than a speeding bullet” with Michael Daugherty’s Metropolis Symphony, inspired by the adventures of Superman. Music Director Michael Francis calls it “Dvorak with a dash of Marvel comics thrown in.” Then you’ll instantly recognize Rachmaninoff’s painfully beautiful Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, often featured i…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) welcome back master percussionist, arts educator, and GRAMMY ® Award-winning musician Chief Ayanda Clarke (@chiefayandaclarke). Chief Ayanda spoke about the Masterclass: "Drum Talk The Dialogue between music & spirit" with Will Calhoun of Living Color, the essence of Afro Latino, how he became chief officially…
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Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring was a breakthrough for its time. The music resonated across America like few works of its day, and not surprisingly, won Copland the Pulitzer Prize a year after its premiere. Also on the program are Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances, Op. 72, a continuation of his wildly popular earlier dances, which made him a household na…
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No angels allowed... Not for TFO Principal Harp Anna Kate Mackle. She commissions new music for harp and percussion with her husband, TFO Principal Percussionist John Shaw. Tune in as Anna Kate chats with Resident Conductor Chelsea Gallo about what makes the harp so captivating that people just can’t keep their hands off it. Plus, you’ll never beli…
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If you think you hear hints of Star Wars in Holst’s The Planets, you are not wrong. This cosmic experience has inspired composers and patrons for more than 100 years. The Planets is a suite of miniature, often turbulent tone poems of varying moods. The Percussion Collective starts off the program with Christopher Theofanidis’ Drum Circles, a sonic …
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) chopped it up with filmmaker Ray Landski (@landskixclusives) of the "U Gotta...Respect The Legends of Hip Hop Legacy" documentary (@ugottarespect). Ray talked about KayGee of Naughty by Nature helping the film get started, why the documentary is important to him, the influence of Video Music Box, the impact Ne…
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The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) got into a spirited conversation with Founder and CEO April Silver (@aprilrsilver) of PR/Marketing business Akila Worksongs (@akilaworksongs). April talked about amplifying the voices of the community, non-transactional relationships, celebrating 30 years at Akila Worksongs, message to young journalist, why Ak…
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When was the last time you met someone who sat through Richard Wagner’s entire 15-hour Ring cycle? The full spectacle rarely appears outside the most consecrated of opera houses. Now there’s a version that lets you cheat. Wagner’s The Ring Without Words takes all the best parts of music – yes, Ride of the Valkyries – and condenses them into a diges…
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At 6-foot-6, heavily recruited Harold Van Schaik had a choice to make in college. Football or music? Now the secret life of TFO’s bass trombone player is filled with Wagner, sports and his three cats – who may not be the biggest fans of the trombone. And perhaps the best secret of all? What it takes to get into TFO’s secret society, the Order of th…
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It might be called an event of Biblical proportions. Rainstorms, floods, droughts, fire from heaven. A child brought back to life. A cloak of angels. The coming of a Messiah and the promise of eternal life. That’s a tall order, but Felix Mendelssohn pulls it off in his monumental oratorio, Elijah. The visceral power of Mendelssohn’s music propels t…
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Beethoven’s even-numbered symphonies often get a bad rap. But they shouldn’t! His Fourth Symphony is joyous and rhythmically charged and could easily be embraced as a best effort by countless other composers. As one of the few early composers of color, Joseph Bologne is often overlooked. One of the finest examples of Bologne’s style is the Symphony…
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Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto is breathtakingly beautiful – but fiendishly difficult. Partly because not every pianist has hands the size of Rachmaninoff’s – his thumb and pinkie could span 12 inches, more than most NBA players – and could canvas nearly two octaves. Audiences feel like anything could happen, makes it one of the most thrilling…
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Rachmaninoff wrote music that sticks to the ribs of listeners. His Piano Concerto No. 2 is extravagant and voluptuous from start to finish, and he would take pride in knowing it remains the single-most played work in the repertoire. Sibelius struggled to complete his Symphony No. 5. But the ending is worth all the angst – a triumphal, powerful fina…
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In this episode, we talk to Principal Bass Dee Moses, who is “retiring” after 47 seasons with TFO. Well, more like “refocusing” his life to make more time for what’s important to him and his family. Even after more than four decades on stage, there’s a lot we don’t know about the man behind the double bass. Think motorcycle fanatic. Lead guitar roc…
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Here’s the moment you fall in love with Mahler. His lyrical Symphony No. 4 has started many a love affair with Mahler’s work, which can feel daunting. This very accessible masterpiece looks at the world through the lens of a child, who in the finale, “tells us what it all means.’’ If ever art imitates life, Elgar’s very personal Cello Concerto is i…
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A concert that’s a little bit city and a little bit country. In his Symphony No. 6, Beethoven is in awe of the power of nature, from flowing streams and peasant dances (fueled by alcohol) to thundering storms that ease into a prayerlike sense of gratitude. Jessie Montgomery’s tone poem Records from a Vanishing Citysoaks up the music that surrounded…
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In this episode, hear directly from tuba soloist TJ Graf on how he ended up in a rare spot – center stage for Wynton Marsalis’ jazzy Tuba Concerto. Plus: Composer Joshua Cerdenia talks about infusing fire into Feuertrunken, and guest conductor Fawzi Haimor and TFO trombonist Ross Holcombe dig into Duke Ellington’s groundbreaking Black, Brown and Be…
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A jazzy program of music by groundbreaking composers. Gershwin captures beautiful sights and intense sounds in his postcard from An American in Paris. A rare Tuba Concerto, by jazz legend Wynton Marsalis, features our own TJ Graf in a playful work with a great sense of humor. Duke Ellington’s grand masterpiece Black, Brown and Beige -- a broad tale…
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Hang on for an explosive tribute to fate. In his Symphony No. 4, Tchaikovsky takes us on a powerful journey that ends in a virtuosic volley of fireworks at breakneck speed. Breathtaking. This program’s real star is the world premiere of the Violin Concerto composed by Michael Ippolito, a Tampa native and award-winning composer. Music Director Micha…
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Is it a concerto or a symphony with a fiddle in the middle? That’s the debate surrounding Brahms’ demanding Violin Concerto, in part because the orchestral writing doesn’t bow to the violin; instead, it’s in full throttle throughout. Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8, too often overshadowed by his great New World Symphony, offers an idyllic refuge of joy and…
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