April 30, 2008 by onair


Special Guest mix tonight! DJ Vags (Athens, Greece)

#100…The Paris of the South radio hour goes ethereal!

April 30, 2008 by onair


For its anniversary The ParisofTheSouthRadioHour Number 100 is inviting you to experience an hour of heaven .
With the help of the Theremin instrument invented by russian scientist Leon Theremin in 1919, we will access the immaterial spheres of clarity and purity .

* Jason Daniello,from the Moog factory , live in our studio will present the best of Theremin and the guest stars of the ETHERMUSIC Festival 2008 in Asheville .They came from all around the world to celebrate the first electronic instrument .
click below !

Click here for an exclusive unworldly, celestial, heavenly , immaterial show for the PARIS anniversary !


Get Your Groove On with Afternoon Slacken

April 29, 2008 by onair

This week, Easy Mark hosts lots of brand new mash ups and other music for your listening pleasure. (A mash up is two or more songs combined to create a special new song.)

Word! The last word commentary from Mumia Abu Jamal – The Other Invasions!

Click here to read the

Click here to listen to the archive

Click here for the schedule of all the great WPVM shows.


Music shows are only archived for one week after broadcast. So get ‘em while they’re fresh!

How do you like your Afternoon Slacken? Got comments? Suggestions? Flattery? Email: easymark@wpvm.org

Making Progress: News for a Change, April 28, 2008

April 28, 2008 by onair

We’ll have Elaine Lite of Mountain Voices Alliance in to talk about the need for a building moratorium in Asheville, and the event planned for this Saturday to raise awareness. Go to the MVA website here.

Gordon Smith of Scrutiny Hooligans has been following the County Commissioners race, and we’ll get an update, as well as a look at the Republicans vying for the right to lose to Heath Shuler.

Those nasty Poles Iranians are attacking sovereign German Iraqi territory, and we may have no choice but to attack in self-defense. David Lynch (wearer of the prestigious WPVM Conspiracy Theorist Helmet) will tell us of the latest developments in the coming Blitzkrieg pre-emptive war with Poland Iran.

This local news and public affairs show focuses on underreported information and encourages civic activism. Tune in live 7-8 pm Monday, catch the 1 pm Tuesday rebroadcast, or stream or podcast.

Ooze Out Update: Record Release Spectacular!

April 27, 2008 by onair



Listen to
Ooze Out Program
this Tuesday April 29th
at 10pm!

…for a Broadcast Super Session celebrating the new album by M. Louise Ciccone, with special guest co-host thee Psychic Popstar. As usual you can expect the best of Rock/Experimental from around the world and continued look at tape music from then to now.

Ooze Out -Tuesdays at 10pm

stunt cipher mayhem: weakened edition

April 27, 2008 by onair

Avery Sunday Evening 7-9

I like to mower

(donut miss it)

WordPlay: Special Edition

April 24, 2008 by onair

Tonight, tomorrow, and Saturday the WordPlay team will be bringing the featured readings of Asheville Wordfest 2008 to the airwaves, live and in real time. Tonight’s reading will feature Patricia Smith, one of the great slam poets of our era, and Rick Chess, head of the writing program at UNCA. It’ll get underway at 7:00 PM. If you can’t be there, in UNCA’s Humanities Lecture Hall, then tune in here.

Tomorrow’s event will feature Simon Ortiz, MariJo Moore, and Kathryn Stripling Byer, North Carolina’s Poet Laureate.

Coming up Saturday: Pulitzer Prize Winner Galway Kinnel, and Katemeh Keshavarz, translator of the Persian mystic poet Rumi.

Both these events will also kick off at 7:00 in the same venue – and right here at WPVM.

The festival offers many more readings, performances, celebrations, and workshops, so do check out the WordFest website. The website will also offer streaming video of the events we broadcast here, so click over if you’d like to see what the characters producing these voices actually look like.

The broadcasts are a joint project of WPVM, MAIN, WordFest Asheville, and, of course, the WordPlay crew.

See you on the air,