Arts & Culture

During the recording of their latest full-length album, Missionaries and Impostors, Starving in the Belly of the Whale produced several songs that didn't quite fit the theme of that release.  Those three songs had a theme of their own and form the band's new 7 inch EP, 4-13, which is being released in honor of Record Store Day 2015.  Ricky Terrell and Lacey Terrell visited the WYSO studios to preview the EP on Kaleidoscope and performed new versions of some older songs live on Kaleidoscope.

Conrad Balliet reads Kathy Austin's poem, "The Visitation."

Miami Valley StoryCorps: Tahja Archie & Nava Archie

Apr 15, 2015
StoryCorps

On Miami Valley StoryCorps we bring you conversations between local people who went to the StoryCorps booth in Dayton last spring. Today we meet Tahja Archie, who visited the StoryCorps booth with her mother, Nava Archie. As part of their conversation about Tahja's sexuality, they talked about relationships, including Tahja's most recent one.

This interview was edited by Community Voices producer Allison Loy.

Aimee Noel reads her poem, "I Need To Tell You About The Trees."

David Lee Garrison reads Janet Ladrach's poem, "The Farmer's Wife."

If I had ever read any crime novels or mysteries prior to 1994 I cannot recall what they would have been. No Sherlock Holmes. No Agatha Christie. I had not even discovered Ed McBain yet. Then I started interviewing authors on the radio. That has changed everything. I started reading crime novels and mysteries and thrillers and now I'm completely hooked.  They are like potato chips. I cannot stop after just one. I have to keep reading them. 

Mary Jo White reads one of her poems, and Conrad gives a preview of upcoming National Poetry Month celebrations.

New York-based band Consider the Source cross genres and meld sounds into a unique experience that touches on jazz, rock and roll, metal and world music.  Ahead of their visit to the Miami Valley, Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt spoke with Jeff Mann (drums, percussion).

Consider the Source featuring Aliver Hall will perform at Oddbody's Music Room with Tropidelic, Magic Jackson, Scott Lee and the Whiskey River Boys on Saturday, April 11th in a show presented by Family Vibez Entertainment. 

Featuring members of the Rebel Set, Ghost Town Silence is celebrating the release of a new EP, Shadows.  The band visited the WYSO studios ahead of the release party for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about the evolution of their sound, writing, recording and more.

Ghost Town Silence will celebrate the release of Shadows on April 11th at the Oregon Express. The band will also perform at Side Show X, May 8th and 9th at the Yellow Cab Building in downtown Dayton.

Having previously visited the WYSO studios to preview the Winterfolk Festival, Wheatley Matthews returns to share new and old material in an acoustic set on Kaleidoscope.  He and host Juliet Fromholt chatted about writing, recording and more.

Wheatley Matthews will perform at Taffy's of Eaton on April 17th and at Side Show X, May 8th and 9th at the Yellow Cab in downtown Dayton.

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