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  • WSCA: Spring update and WSCA on Demand

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    WSCA News: Serving the Seacoast Since 2004

    Spring has arrived! It's time for a new beginning complete with inoculations... but also morning walks, evening strolls, farmer's markets, firing up the grill, and of course listening to Portsmouth Community Radio, WSCA 106.1 FM. 🎧  

    We know the last 14 months have been tough for everyone, which is why we're so very grateful to everyone that's donated to WSCA, allowing us to continue live programming during this ongoing pandemic. We may not have all our deejays on air just yet, but by establishing health and safety protocols at the radio station, many have returned and we have even more new shows on the way soon -- some within the next month, so stay tuned for more programming news coming soon.

    UPDATE: Granite Rodeo, a weekly roundup of all things music made, influenced, and/or inspired by the Granite State, moves to Thursday afternoons at 4pm. Nocturnal, an unprocessed freeform radio show featuring new music and eclectic hubbub from then & now, moves to Tuesday afternoons at 4pm. Blues Power, a mix of contemporary blues music, classic favorites, acoustic blues, instrumentals, British blues, and everything in between, now airs Monday mornings at 8am. More updates next month! 

    Since the beginning of this pandemic, we've been offering many documentaries about music and musicians. WSCA receives 50% of all the rental fees, which is a great way to help support us while the Button Factory Stage remains closed. WSCA's On Demand film library helps us make a few extra bucks -- our most recent film is CROCK OF GOLD, which details Shane MacGowan’s explosive existence, from his salad days, growing up in Ireland, to time spent on the mean streets of London and embracing the punk scene to forming the Pogues. You can get tickets here or see what else is available here

    Democracy Now! is a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. Their reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues. Listen every morning at 7am on WSCA. 


    Point of Departure

    Point of Departure • In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Krautrock pioneers CAN infused multiple musical genres to form an entirely new sound. By taking elements of rock, jazz, funk, and improvisation, CAN created music that redefined what music can be. If you love music’s power to cross-pollinate, join Jedidiah each week as he traverses every genre – from jazz to electronic, ambient to experimental, rock to hip-hop and beyond – to explore what’s possible with sound and rhythm. Mondays at 6pm. 

    Global Heartbeat • Lorna showcases of the best in folk and roots music from across the globe. From Polish Mazurkas to Gavottes from Brittany and most points in between, you’ll find it all on Global Heartbeat. Travel the musical world from the comfort of your own home.
    Sundays at 2pm.

    Click here for our full schedule. Remember, new programming is coming your way soon! 

    A look back at Fusion Legend Ryo Kawasaki, who pioneered the synth guitar

    Flipping Alone: An Oral History of Record Stores During the COVID-19 pandemic

    Remembering Milford Graves 

    On two new releases, fans can hear Mark Sandman’s ‘secret band’ in full

    Alan Vega left a robust vault. The Excavation Begins With a New Album

    Ramones’ self-titled debut sparked a Punk Movement That Would Span Decades


    WSCA Mobile App

    http://wscafm.org/annualfundThe new & improved WSCA mobile app is now available. Put us in your pocket and take WSCA wherever you go. The WSCA Mobile App is sponsored by our friends at MacEdge

    We're also available on Alexa and Google Home through the TuneIn App

    WSCA T-Shirt
    Make a reoccurring monthly gift to WSCA and receive a limited edition tee made by our friends at the Rocket Fuel Only Screen Printing Company. 🚀 

      Artist Record Label
      HANNAH JADAGU What Is Going On? Sub Pop
      BEAUTIFUL CHORUS “Goodnight Moon Child” A Love In The World
      GUIDED BY VOICES Earth Man Blues GBVinc
      RUTH B “Situation”  Reb Productions
      DUTCH TULIPS Double Visions Self-Released
      ART D’ECCO In Standard Definition Paper Bag
      BANJI “Dogbreath”  PIAS
      LUCY “Lucky Stars”  Dots Per Inch
      TRACE KOTIK Everything Has Been Done By Now, So Now, Everything Is Possible… IMU
      STARS & RABBIT “Merry Alone”  Green Island

    WSCA receives a lot of new music. Have some you want to share? Kindly send a physical copy to the WSCA Music Department, 909 Islington St. #1, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Looking for even more? Here's our most played music courtesy of Spotify, as curated by Nicole, our amazing music director. Have a question for the music department? Email Nicole at music.department@wscafm.org 
    Welcome to the first in a series of 'behind the mic' videos where we introduce you to the people behind some of your favorite shows. First up, Supersport, host of 'Scratchy 45s and Beyond', but we’ll let him tell you more! 
    Click the photo above to watch the video.
    We'll talk again next month. Until then, keep it tuned to 106.1 FM or listen online at wscafm.org/listen. As always, thanks for listening and supporting non-profit, all volunteer community radio! - Jason Boucher, President and Board Chair of WSCA
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