Jan 10, 2018
Kyle speaks with Enrique Chi of the band Making Movies. This episode features some tracks off their new EP 'You Are Another Me' featuring innovative covers of Los Tigres Del Norte, Manu Chao, and a psychedelic son version of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song".
Jan 03, 2018
Kyle speaks with Sutiweyu Sandoval, an electronic music producer who releases work under the name Broso. Find out how Sutiweyu is using hip-hop and electronic dance music to help preserve the Garifuna culture of his Central American heritage.
Dec 27, 2017
Kyle looks back at some of his favorite interviews and music from 2017. Plus, a preview of the title track from Hanna Benn's brilliant debut EP Divide.
Dec 20, 2017
Kyle Long shares music and words from Indiana songwriter/composer/guitarist/vocalist/educator Tyron Cooper. Also, Kyle pays tribute to Indianapolis jazz legend "Mad" Harold Caldwell.
Dec 13, 2017
DJ Kyle Long introduces a new segment called Hip-Hop DNA, examining the Indianapolis roots of famous hip-hiop songs and beats. Plus, a conversation with Indiana University Jacobs School of Music professor and Latin percussion maestro, Michael Spiro.
Dec 06, 2017
Kyle speaks with Armando Perez of the Chicago-based Afrojam Funkbeat band ¡ESSO!. ¡ESSO!'s music mixes hip-hop, salsa, afrobeat, cumbia, and house with a message of unity and social justice.
Nov 29, 2017
Kyle Long speaks with Rafael Barnes, an original member of the legendary Indianapolis funk band Amnesty.
Nov 22, 2017
The voices and music of America's indigenous communities. Kyle spins tracks off the incredible indigenous folk/rock comp Native North America Vol. 1, also tracks from A Tribe Called Red, plus an interview with Crow Nation hip-hop artist Supaman.
Nov 15, 2017
DJ Kyle Long catches up with Cyrus Youngman and plays tracks off of his upcoming Cyrus Youngman and the Kingfishers album titled "Trip To Try."
Nov 01, 2017
Kyle Long speak with Indianapolis music legend Sid UncleJamz Johnson about his work as a musician, manager, and songwriter.
Oct 25, 2017
A special pledge drive edition of a Cultural Manifesto with an hour of music and words with David Crosby.
Oct 18, 2017
Kyle speaks with Indiana R&B legend Lonnie Lester, also a conversation with Ariana Beedie of FAF Collective, who will share her thoughts on the aborted Rock Against Racism festival.