Cause And Effect
Various | 1:00 - 3:00p.m. Saturdays
What is dark matter? How do we treat ear worms? Do we have free will? Have I heard this beat before?
Every week Cause and Effect summons your inner music nerd to identify the influences of your favorite musical groups, explore their work and peers, and play new artists following in their footsteps. A variety of WRIR DJs scour the Internet for interviews and articles, at times receives direct input from artists and labels, and rely on input from fans to develop a music show destined to be added to your weekly calendar. See a sample show below:
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Influences: Dylan, Leadbelly, Sonics, Flat Duo Jets, Screaming Lord Sutch, Led Zeppelin, Son House
Side projects / band family tree : The Upholsterers, The Raconteurs, Dead Weather, Loretta Lynn
Peers: Greenhornes, Black Keys, The Von Bondies, The Vines
Tune in every Saturday afternoon from 1-3p.m. for Cause and Effect!
Shannon Cleary of The Commonwealth of Notions is taking over Cause & Effect today to celebrate the start of WRIR and The Commonwealth of Notions Presents: Volume Five. He'll be talking about the artists that have played the festival in the past and highlighting the artists that will be kicking off the festival tonight at Gallery 5.
Click "read more" for the playlist!
As Always, Thanks for Tuning In and Supporting All Things Local (including WRIR and The Commonwealth of Notions Presents: Volume Five)
I have 2nd row tickets to see Ry Cooder at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville later this month. To get myself ready for the show, I thought it would befun to shae my love for Ry's music with WRIR listeners and giv Ry the spotlight on a Cause and Effect episode. Tune in - I think you'll really enjoy it whether you are a huge fan, a casual fan, or you know very little about his career.
Ry is the perfect feature for me because his catalogue stretches across so many genres - blue, roots, Americana, jazz, rock, world, blugrass, soundtracks etc. etc. He has a huge body of work spanning six decades so we'll only be scratching the surface, but I'll attempt to give you a taste of all aspects of his career. I personally think Ry is one of our most important artists and his impact is greater than just the music world. I'm looking forward to today's show and being back on Cause and Effect.