GuitarS Speak #radio #program on air on KOWS Community Radio today April 21 2019 1-2 PM Pacific Time


“Coming up next on KOWS Community Radio, it’s “GuitarS Speak” with me, Andrea Aguzzi, presenting an hour of unique and exploratory guitar music. Stay tuned for the unusual sounds. It’s time for GuitarS Speak!”

Me and my radio program GuitarS Speak  will be “on air” today on KOWS Community Radio at 1-2 PM Pacific Time, 4 PM East Time, 10 PM Italian Time! The PLAYLIST for today!

  1. Andy Summers & Robert Fripp play “I advance masked”, composed by themselves, from their record “I Advance Masked, A&M Records, 1982”
  2. José Dias plays “Scattering her torn pictures on the floor” composed by himself, from his  cd “After Silence Vol.1, Clean Feed, 2019”
  3. Maria Kämmerling plays “Serenata per un satellite”, composed by Bruno Maderna, from her record “Maderna – Halffter – Borup-Jørgensen, Paula Records, 1987”
  4. The Edge plays “The strange party”  from his record “The Edge with Michael Brook Captive, Virgin Records, 1986“
  5. Nicola L. Hein plays “If You Do Know That Here Is One Hand, We’ll Grant You All The Rest.”, composed by himself from his record “The Oxymothastic Objector, Shhpuma, 2019”
  6. Stephan Thelen plays “Radiant Day”, composed by himself, from his last record “Fractal Guitar, MoonJune Records, 2019″

GuitarS Speak is the radio show of Neuguitars Blog and it’s devoted to contemporary, avant-garde and experimental music for guitar.

“KOWS-lp FM is an FCC licensed Community Radio Station broadcasting from Occidental, CA, and serving West Sonoma County.

The programmers at KOWS are dedicated to broadcast original, locally produced programming with music, information, interviews, and other shows, from a local, national and international perspective. We continue to teach real-world broadcasting, and management job skills and we will utilize new technology to enhance our broadcast, web and social media presences. Our goal is to provide exceptional quality programming, that is diverse, and which is inspired by the lives of our local residents.”